THE ROCKY COVE SERIES

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Not Quite Perfect

(Rocky Cove #1)

With his blue eyes, killer smile, and sexy five o’clock shadow, Professor David Carstairs was the most perfect man I’d ever met. Add in his easy charm and dry wit, and I knew I’d finally found The One.

Before we could tell our families the happy news, however, his dad unexpectedly married my mom, turning my dreams of happily-ever-after into one long nightmare.

When I pictured David becoming part of my family someday, it was as my future husband—not my stepbrother. And now I’m forced to pretend I don’t know the taste of his kiss, or the feel of his body moving over mine as we all gather for Sunday dinners.

Everything was perfect … until it wasn’t.


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The Worst Man

(Rocky Cove #2)

After three years of trading barbs with Professor Hank Talbot, I should have been immune to his insults, but the handsome, arrogant playboy knew exactly how to push my buttons. The best approach was to ignore him, but when he told our colleagues my idea of a good time was staying home to organize my sock drawer, I’d had enough.

He wanted to see me let loose? Challenge accepted.

From dive bars to dance clubs, we hit up the best that Sin City had to offer—including a stop at Elvis’s little white wedding chapel. That’s right, folks. Hank and I got drunk in Las Vegas … and then we got hitched. Talk about a cliché.

But what was even more surprising than accidentally marrying the man I hated most in the world was realizing it might not be a mistake after all.


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Making Her Bloom

(Rocky Cove #3, Weddings Ever After #1)

When I moved back to my home town and came face-to-face with the first boy I ever loved, I finally understood why they say you can’t go home again.

But with a new business to run, I have better things to do with my time than obsess about the way Tucker Langham’s eyes heat with longing whenever our paths cross. Except our paths keep crossing, and I keep remembering the way he used to make me feel.

Unfortunately, I also remember how he broke my heart that balmy August night almost a decade ago. Thankfully, I’m older and wiser now, and I know better than to fall for his lies again.

At least that’s what I tell myself every time he begs for a second shot at forever.


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Something So Sweet

(Rocky Cove #4, Weddings Ever After #2)

Professionally, things couldn’t be any better, but personally I'm at an all time low. For years, I’ve tried falling out of love with Daniel Madison, but the sexy, arrogant restaurateur refuses to let me move on. But after his latest drunken booty call, I’m ready to accept he’s never going to change.

Now I’m on a mission to find a new man—someone who actually wants to wake up next to me every morning for the rest of our lives. Only, it turns out Daniel’s on a mission as well, and it's one I never saw coming!

When the guy I’ve been in love with since I was a teenager finally admits that he's in love with me too, can I believe him? Better yet ... after all these years—and all my tears—do I even want to?

** Coming November/December 2019 **