Meet Macon Leary - a travel writer who hates both travel and strangeness. Grounded by loneliness, comfort, and a somewhat odd comestic life, Macon is about to embark on a surprising new journey. It's called love - and it arrives in the unlikely shape of a fuzzy-haried dog-obedience trainer who promises to turn the Accidental Tourist into a happy traveler.
Three more great Nora Roberts romances. Nice mystery and intrique and thoroughly likable characters. The Calhoun sisters live in an old castlelike home on the coast of contemporary Bar Harbor, Maine. The search for missing emeralds from the past spans all three stories. I really enjoyed all the stories and plan to get the next in the series.
McBride's memories of his white mother, daughter of a rabbi married to a black man. The Color of Water is McBride's tribute to his remarkable, eccentric, determined mother of twelve and an eloquent exploration of what family really means.
Newly divorced, Joy Candellaro decides to break from her ordinary life and embark on a holiday adventure. A miraculous twist of fate lands her in the charming Northwest town of Rain Valley, where she meets Daniel o'Shea and his young son, Bobby. Thrown together by chance, these three souls will discover what it means to be a family.
Two more good romantic tales of the Cordina Royal Family. Bennett is the last of the original family, and Camilla, Gabriella and Reeve's daughter, begins the next generation. A great way to spend a summer day...
The incomparable Ldy Sarah, the darling of the ton, not only broke off her engagement to Ravenwich - that dreadfull rake and libertine - but struck an even deadlier blow! during a visit to his country estate, the cad tried to have his way with her...until she hit him over the hed, and fled into the night. Found disheveled and unconscious by the reclusive Earl of Grey, she was unrecognizable as the beautiful woman who had every man in London at her feet.
Until she could devise a plan, Lady Sarah swooned into Lord Grey's arms and pretended to have lost her memory. She thought it should be easy to wrap a country gentleman around her finger without telling him her name. Unfortunately, the handsome lord thought her an absolute ninny. She was upsetting his servants, trying to teach him manners, and turning his household topsy turvy. There were a terrible match..and an irrestible combination.......
The whole world could not have broken the spirit and strength of the Eberhardt family of 1948. Lainey is a warm and slightly eccentric mother. David is a good, sarcastic, yet cool-tempered father. Two wonderful children round out the perfect picture. Then the next child arrives - and life is never the same again. Over the next forty years, the Eberhardt family struggles to survive a floodtide of upheaval and heartbreak, love and betrayal, passion and pain... hoping they can someday heal their hearts and return to the perfect family in the pictures from the past.
This author is my all time favorite, and this book is testament to that.
From the back cover: She was the most beautiful British bauble in Europe's jet-set playgrounds. Now she's broke, furious, and limping down a backwoods road in an ugly pink Southern Belle gown..
He was tall, lean and All-American gorgeous. He liked his brews cold and women loved to keep him warm. Why in hell is he stopping his car for this woebegone, surly Scarlet.
Meet Francesca Day and Dallie Beaudine, two incredible characters whose tangled love affair is one of the most ravishing, satisfying, irresistible novels you'll ever read. ... come enjoy the adventure of a lifetime - a wonderfully involving story that's heart-wrenching, hilarious and hellcat passionate - and as full of surprises as life itself. You'll never forget Dallie and the sassy lady who needs a good swift kick in her...Fancy Pants.
Surviving a shipwreck, Sophie, the daughter of Louis XIV, is rescured by Jamie, the Earl of Monleigh in the Scottish highlands. She hesitates to reveal her true identity for fear of her safety. and because she is fleeing a forced marriage to a hated English Duke. Reluctantly, Sophie falls in love with the rugged Highlander. And before she can reveal the truth of her past, Jmes discovers her royal connection and wonders what else she is keeping from him. Can Jamie resist her, or will he defy the might of England and France for a lover as wild and passionate as himself. Historical romance.
Subtitled Romance on the Red Carpet. Lia knew that billionaire businessman Seth could destroy her glittering career. But, she succumbed - just for one night. Eight years later, Lia's picture is splashed across the papers. Seth wants Lia back - whatever the cost.
This is a two story book. In the first, fans of the Malory family will enjoy spending a memorable Christmas with the family, and discovering the surprising long-ago love affair between the first Malory and a wild gypsy. Anthony's story is revealed, also.
In Home for the Holidays, two rival hearts are united by a Christmas miracle that would do Charles Dickens proud.