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Nothing extraordinary ever happens in Fiddlehead Bay, Maine until an enigmatic woman moves  into the small seaside town and  opens her shop of eclectic odds and ends.  There are rumors  among the locals the shopkeeper is a modern day fortune teller and  matchmaker, and Franci  Grassette is fascinated by the concept.  Her nonexistent love life could use some  matchmaking.  Heck, it  could use a miracle.

Dylan O’Brien came to Fiddlehead Bay to make a fresh start with his daughter and to forget the  deceits of his wife and his dark  past. Not to get involved with a woman.  But he soon finds himself  always running into Franci, first as his daughter’s daycare  teacher, then as his landlord.  And it’s  getting harder and harder to ignore his attraction to the sweet, thoughtful and sexy woman.

Franci isn’t sure if the shopkeeper is making the meetings with Dylan happen, or if it’s just  coincidence. But when the “matchmaker” helps her find a perfect dress for  the town’s party of the year, Dylan suddenly makes his interest in Franci  very clear, and it’s  definitely not just as his daughter’s teacher. But you can’t outrun the past and it catches up to  Dylan with a  bang, testing their new love, and threatening their PERFECT MATCH

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In this delightful, heartwarming novel, Kathy Love introduces the Stepp sisters, three women whose lives are about to take a turn for the wild, the unpredictable, and the absolutely enchanting. . . Meet Abby.

Note To Self:
Remind me to have my head examined. What exactly possessed me to come home to Millbrook, Maine, where nothing changes but the weather? Oh, right. A six-month grant to do genetics research at Rand laboratories. What can I say–I’m a smart girl. And smart girls get what they need and get out again. Smart girls don’t dream, they settle. And smart girls do not get completely tongue-tied while holding a basket of fried clams when they bump into the most gorgeous man they haven’t seen in fifteen years: Chase Jordan.

Remind me to have my hormones removed. Chase Jordan. Town bad boy. Rebel with a cause to show up in my dreams unannounced. Oh boy, this is not good. Not smart. It’s like high school all over again. But in a good way. A heart-thumping way. An I-have-no-idea-what’s-going-to-happen way. A way that’s making me feel like maybe settling for what I have isn’t so smart. . .but really going after what I want is the craziest thing I may ever do…
(Book 1 of the Stepp Sisters series)

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Now, meet Ellie, the romantic middle sister who’s about to take a chance on having what she’s always wanted. . .

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Is he flirting with me? I must be imagining things. Why would Mason Sweet, the gorgeous mayor of Millbrook, Maine, the man I’ve secretly been in love with since seventh grade, flirt with me? He’s the town golden boy, and I’m, well, the local librarian. The Stepp sister who stayed close to home. The one who bakes brownies. . .then eats them all. My thighs make that whick-whick-whick sound in pantyhose. He can’t possibly be flirting with me. So why is he giving me that melt-you-where-you-stand look? Why is he pulling me close? And what is he whispering in my ear. . .

Sorry, could you repeat that? Now I’m hearing things, because I swear Mason just asked me if I’d like to. . .well, he wasn’t asking for a book recommendation, let’s put it that way. Oh my, my, my. Okay, Ellie, stop blushing like a teenaged girl. I’m sure he didn’t mean it. Maybe I should just alphabetize something. Be the good girl everyone expects. Eat another brownie. Forget this ever happened. So why is it I can’t stop myself from saying, “Yes. . ..”

(Book 2 of the Stepp Sister series)

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Now, meet baby sister Marty, a savvy city girl with a score to settle who’s about to get more than she bargained for…61isQwuzG-L._SL1082_

You have got to be kidding me! On a night like this, when most sane people are home to escape a blinding snowstorm, I happen to run into Millbrook’s biggest jerk, Nathaniel Peck, the boy who broke my heart at my junior prom. The one who kissed me on a dare and let his buddies laugh at me. Well, eat dirt, Nathaniel Peck, because you might have noticed me on the covers of a few magazines under the heading: Supermodel. I live in New York City now. I will be leaving as soon as the weather clears. And frankly, if it were a choice between kissing you or braving downed electrical wires, I’d have to think about it.

It’s official: I’ve regressed. It’s just that I can’t stand the Cult of Nathaniel Peck that has come over this town. Okay, so he is Chief of Police. So he did make sure I got home safely. So he didn’t try anything funny with me. So that old smirk has been replaced by a sexy, sad smile… No. People just do not change that much. Somewhere inside Nate is the same leering, conniving womanizer I remember. And I intend to prove it…
(Book 3 of the Stepp Sisters series)

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Check out Kathy’s stories in these fabulous anthologies…

“White Knight Christmas” is by “New York Times” bestselling author Lori Foster. Officer Parker Ross hates Christmas; Lily Donaldson lives51b2wdbNRmL for it. She’s determined to introduce him to the pleasures of the season, and he’s looking forward to being deliciously converted…

“Snowed Under” is by Erin McCarthy. Justin Fairbanks has always been attracted to Claire Robbins. When she gets soaked by a snowplough and asks him to help remove her wet clothes, well, what sane man could possibly say no?

“Ms. Humbug” is by Jill Shalvis. Wild, daring, a complete rebel, Matt is the man no woman can tame – until he kisses his nemesis, Cami, at the office holiday party, and suddenly, all bets are off…and running…

“I’ll Be Home For Christmas” is by Kathy Love. Seven years ago, Rob Marsten chose work over the love of his life, Erica. Now, a snowstorm and a car rental mix-up leads to a reunion, and this time, Rob will show Erica exactly how much he wants her…

“Seducing Scrooge” is by Katherine Garbera. It’s Christmas Eve, and workaholic Jackson Peters is annoyed that his staff has left early. Only Krista Miller is still there, but from the look on her face, she doesn’t seem to have work on her mind…

“The Good Girl’s Guide To A Very Bad Christmas” is by Kylie Adams. Peri Knight has had it with being good. She’s made a list of her top five sexiest fantasies, and in the week before Christmas, she’s going to live out every single one…

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Six award-winning and bestselling authors present a never-before-published anthology touching upon the obstacles people confront in their {983697E7-8FEB-45DC-B6B9-FFC4F0C2BE9C}Img100lives-and those who help heal their hearts…

Everyone has secrets… some go deeper than others. They remain buried until the moment is right, the moment your heart is laid bare and embraced by a man who knows how to respect and protect. These stories feature women who are survivors of stormy pasts, and the good men who have become stronger for understanding them. Together they can overcome anything, with a love born of compassion…
The authors are donating all of their proceeds from The Promise of Love to One Way Farm, a charitable organization.

Lori Foster, Erin McCarthy, Kathy Love, Sylvia Day, Jamie Denton, and Kate Douglas.

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