About the Book
AN INFORMAL DATE by Heather Gray
Kimi sells coffee at a hospital kiosk and has a smile for everyone who comes her way. Owen is a research scientist with limited people skills and a fondness for caffeine. How can two such different people go from a shared interest in beverages to a shared future?
OPERATION BACK-TO-SCHOOL by Elizabeth Maddrey
With both her girls in school Shannon Cross is looking forward to being back in the office. But how can Shannon fall for her daughter’s teacher without feeling that she’s betraying her deceased husband’s memory?
A (SORTA) SOUTHERN SERENADE by Krista Phillips
They sing two very different tunes. Can they work together to make a joyful melody?
LEARNING FROM EXPERIENCE by Ginger Solomon
An old man and his will change everything for Lexi Ross. Can she survive the memories and learn from someone else’s experience or will she choose to make her own path?
THE OTHER BROTHER by Carole Towriss
Marc has contentedly spent his life in his brother’s shadow—until he meets Kendall. Can she convince him he’s special, when no one else thinks so? And can he convince her she’s already found what she’s searching for?
A HERO FOR HEATHER by Marion Ueckermann
Paxton Rathbone is desperate to make his way home. He has grown too accustomed to the disdain of mankind, which perhaps is why Heather Blume’s kindness penetrates his reserves. But there’s more to Heather’s actions than merely being the Good Samaritan—she has no doubt he’s a gentleman fallen far from grace.
About the Authors
Heather Gray authors the Ladies of Larkspur inspirational western romance series, including Mail Order Man, Just Dessert, and Redemption. She also writes the Regency Refuge series: His Saving Grace, Jackal, and Queen - plus contemporary titles Ten Million Reasons and Nowhere for Christmas. Aside from a long-standing love affair with coffee, Heather’s greatest joys are her relationships with her Savior and family. Heather enjoys laughter, and this theme is prevalent in her writing where, through the highs and lows, her characters find a way to love God, embrace each day, and laugh out loud right along with her.
You can find Heather online on FACEBOOK & TWITTER. She can also be found most days at The Inspired Inkpot, a street team, prayer group, and all around awesome place to hang out.
Elizabeth Maddrey began writing stories as soon as she could form the letters properly and has never looked back. Though her practical nature and love of math and organization steered her into computer science for college and graduate school, she has always had one or more stories in progress to occupy her free time. When she isn’t writing, Elizabeth is a voracious consumer of books and has mastered the art of reading while undertaking just about any other activity.
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Krista Phillips enjoys life with her husband and their four beautiful daughters in Middle Tennessee. She is an advocate for congenital heart defect and organ donation awareness and blogs at
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Carole Towriss and her husband live just north of Washington, DC. In between making tacos and telling her four children to pick up their shoes for the third time, she writes, watches chick flicks, and waits for summertime to return to the beach.
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Ginger Solomon is a Christian, a wife, a mother to seven, and a writer—in that order (mostly). When not homeschooling her youngest four, doing laundry, or fixing dinner, she writes or reads romance of any genre. She’s a member of American Christian Fiction Writers, president of her local writing group, and writes regularly for two blogs.
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MARION UECKERMANN's passion for writing was sparked when she moved to Ireland with her family. Her love of travel has influenced her contemporary inspirational romances set in novel places. Marion and her husband again live in South Africa, but with two gorgeous grandsons hanging their hats at the house next door, their empty nest’s no longer so empty.
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An Informal Date by Heather Gray
Heather Gray has written a rich and sweet contemporary romance novella in An Informal Date. This story has two delightful lead characters, as well as fun supporting characters that bring to life this story. The main backdrop is a hospital where Kimi works at a coffee kiosk and Owen is a research scientist. This story brings to life how these two unlikely people’s lives cross paths and how they fall in love.
Operation Back-to School by Elizabeth Maddrey
Elizabeth Maddrey has created a fun story of a widowed mother, Shannon Cross that ends up dating one of her little girl’s teacher. It is about family and friendship and how sometimes romance comes when we least expect it. A fun sweet story that readers will thoroughly enjoy.
A (Sorta) Southern Serenade by Krista Phillips
Krista Phillips has written a cute and delightful romance about an unlikely couple. First impressions are not always everything. When Kendra and Josh meet, their first impressions of each other are not what they should be. But circumstances bring them together again and they decide to give each other a second chance and somewhere along the way they fall in love. A delightfully sweet and enjoyable novella that readers will thoroughly enjoy!
Learning from Experience by Ginger Solomon
Lexi Ross was wrongly accused of a crime when she was younger. She escaped that past. Or at least she thought she had. Now she must choose to embrace the pains of the past and overcome them and find love, or be consumed by pain and misery. A cute story about overcoming a hurtful past and finding hope, joy, and love in the future.
The Other Brother by Carole Towriss
A sweet story about an older brother, Marc that has always been in his younger brother, Mike’s, shadow. But Mike never flaunted the attention and so they were the best of friends. Mike and Marc own a company together, but when Mike suddenly dies in a car crash, Marc is not so sure the store will go on without Mike. Marc now also is taking care of his sister-in-law and her preemie baby with the help of Nurse Kendall. Family, love, romance, this story is filled with heartwarming moments that readers will love. This is a story that will stay with readers long after they turn the last page.
A Hero for Heather by Marion Ueckermann
Paxton has made some mistakes, one of which is running away and spending his inheritance. He is beaten and left on the streets where Heather finds him. Heather’s kindness warms a place in Paxton’s heart. Can this be more than friendship, but maybe love. A sweet story of love and redemption. Readers will enjoy this touching story.
Genre: contemporary, romance, Christian
Publisher: Amazon Digital Services LLC
Publication date: September 13, 2016
Number of pages: 639
Content Rating: PG
Book Rating: 5 stars
A review copy of this book was provided by the Inspired Inkpot. A review was not required and all views and opinions expressed are my own.
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