An Old Fashioned Romance
Missy may have a knack for fixing cars, but she sure can't cook.
Missy Stuart is humiliated when she burns dinner for the cute, yet outspoken new auto parts rep. But, when he suggests to her father that she should take cooking lessons from the old ladies down at his church, she wants to crawl under a car and die. When she dutifully accompanies her father to church, she finds that she has more to learn than a bunch of recipes.
This clean Christian romance is set in Ridgefield, Washington, in the late seventies.
Sticky Notes, Book 1 of 2
An unusual friendship forms between a young history professor and the grandmother of one of his loveliest students.
When master's student, Katherine King, receives an unsatisfactory grade on an exam, she learns two valuable lessons: don't lose your cool with a young, handsome professor and, two, don't tell your grandmother about it.
This sweet, clean Christian romance is set in the rolling hills of the Palouse, in the university town of Moscow, Idaho. Four recipes are included. 505-pages.
Sticky Notes, Book 2 of 2
When Ethel's neighbor challenges her to a sticky bun baking contest, Ethel quickly learns that she is sticky-bun-challenged! She has one month to discover a prize-winning recipe or risk losing in front of her friends. Thankfully, Jimmy, her 22-year-old grandson, is living with her now and serves as her taste-tester. This is lighthearted Christian fiction with two dashes of romance. 211-pages.
1 Bachelor pastor + 4 Christmas Choir girls
= 5 Weeks of matchmaking in a small town
A young pastor is opposed to his congregation's attempts at matchmaking until he falls hard for one of the new choir girls. Well-meaning elderly women and an autograph book inspire sermon material in this heartwarming Christmas romance set in the small town of Silverton, Oregon. Two recipes are included. 296-pages.
When a young, pretty woman interviews for the cashier position at his tackle shop, Trevor Dawber rethinks his prayer request.
Mae was NOT what he had in mind when he asked four elderly women to pray for him in hiring his first employee.
She was just the kind of lure he didn’t need in his fishing store. Set in Oregon's Willamette Valley in the small towns of Scotts Mills and Molalla. 297-pages.
A clean, sweet camping-fishing romance
When Natalie’s put in charge of shuttling her boyfriend’s truck and boat trailer twelve miles downriver to the take-out, she ends up lost in Fossil. And, for some reason, she doesn’t have cell service in the John Day River Canyon. When she goes knocking on doors, the only person home is Cody Felton, a young, cute, local fishing guide. He helps her find the take-out, and over the next five hours, while they wait for her boyfriend to float downriver, Cody reminds her of what she used to want for her life. Set in the juniper dotted hills of Fossil, Oregon, this lighthearted, Christian romance is sure to snag your heart. 175-pages.