Cadence David is paying back a favor. He is dreading it but he shows up at his friend’s church with his guitar in hand. He has all sorts of ideas about what kind of people he expects to see, but he was totally surprised by what he found. This girl he meets blows his mind and the sparks fly while he helps out the band. These are two people from two totally different worlds and Cade intends on keeping it that way – until he learns that Babyface has a past of her own.
Rescuing Ladybugs, A Christian Romance
Maura’s parents got a divorce when she was eight and she hasn’t seen or spoken to her dad for seventeen years. When she inherits her grandparents’ cabin in the mountains of North Carolina, she is shocked and curious. She persuades Paige, her mother, that they should go and stay in the cabin for a few days before they list it for sale. Jason is a carpenter by trade, but he’s willing to help a friend by exterminating Maura’s house. She persuades him to give the ladybugs a reprieve, and by time they part, each is trying to think of a good excuse to contact the other.
There’s nothing left for Tara Sweet in landlocked Dexton, Missouri. Her fiancé called off their wedding, her sister is moving to Manhattan, and now her mother is marrying a much younger man with plans for a yearlong honeymoon in Europe. Tara believes a move back to her childhood home of Otter Bay, California, will help restore the fun and fearlessness she’s already missing in her twenties. Playing back memories of idyllic times spent there with her father along the majestic coast, a fairytale seems just around the corner.
Better make that a soap opera. After Tara finds a job in Otter Bay, makes friends at The Red Abalone Grill, and perhaps even a new flame in firefighter Josh, she begins to uncover shocking secrets about why her family left this heaven on earth all those years ago. And though she will have to question everything she has ever known, the faith that Tara must depend upon will be sweeter than ever before.
A Shore Thing (Otter Bay)
Callie Duflay just isn’t like the rest of her family. While they’ve built white collar lives, she prefers getting her hands dirty by working with children and local California causes. When Callie learns that a beloved piece of untouched property in her town of Otter Bay may soon be developed, she confronts the architect assigned to the project. Gage Mitchell may be an easygoing, eco-friendly professional, but he’s not about to back off this job no matter how cute Callie or her pet pooch, Moondoggy, may be. His reasons and hers are noble—both have a heart for protecting God’s creation, and the truth is these two would be perfect for each other outside of this face-off. But will they ever figure that out?
Wedding Belles (Belles & Whistles)
Against the backdrop of scenic Estes Park, Colorado, comes a story filled with mayhem, romance, and plenty of drama—most of it on the stage. The year is 1912, and tomboy Lottie Sanders would do just about anything to help the fella she secretly loves. When Gilbert Parker’s family lodge faces financial ruin, he suggests putting on a melodrama to draw in a crowd. He appeals to Lottie to direct the show. Her plan to bring in actresses from across the country is sabotaged when the local single men turn it into a hunt for brides, and soon Lottie finds the drama shifting from the stage to real life.