A WEEK AT THE BEACH CHANGES EVERYTHING...
Emma Stapleton’s husband was a good guy. At least, that’s what she’d thought before he dumped their fourteen-year marriage down the toilet.
She and her twelve-year-old son are left reeling, and a holiday to the beautiful beachside town of Urchin’s Bluff promises to be an escape for them both.
Emma plans to enjoy the small-town charm, swimming, and spending time with her best friend, Jane. However, a chance meeting with Cole Merchant—local firefighter and chronic bachelor—sets her pulse racing. Too bad Emma’s sworn off men.
While she unwinds in the quaint beachside setting, Emma falls in love with life by the sea … and the locals steal her heart as well.
Just when it looks as if everything is about to come together for Emma, disaster comes calling—in more ways than one.
SOME SECRETS REFUSE TO DIE...
For Joanna Mendis, Blaxland Falls is full of bad memories and ghosts of the past.
The thought of returning to her hometown makes her feel physically ill, but a job offer she can’t refuse is enough to lure her back. With her teenage daughter Sasha by her side, Jo tries to make a new life in her old home.
Her plight is made somewhat sweeter by the fact that her new boss is a hunky Norwegian billionaire, and her job as a cleaner is set in a beautifully designed boutique hotel.
Blaxland Falls is a stunning town, and work is … interesting, but that doesn’t stop the ghosts of the past from rearing their heads. Her arrival in town makes some people very uncomfortable, and as much as she tries to push her past behind her, Jo soon learns that the darkest secrets always refuse to die
LIVING WITH THE ENEMY MAKES YOUR BLOOD RUN HOT...
Dee Lovelace is a career woman.
The move to Mason Valley is all about the next step in her career—running a factory. Unfortunately, Dee doesn’t think much of the town or the factory, and she certainly doesn’t think much of the foreman, Travis Parker.
He’s cocky, curt, annoying and … sexy.
Due to a company error, and much to Dee’s horror, she is forced to stay with Travis and his gorgeous six-year-old daughter Annie—indefinitely.
As Dee settles into her role and forms a friendship with Annie, she realises there are many things in Mason Valley she may have misjudged.