When love and logic collide.
The third book in the Coffee Shop Series.
I didn’t ask for my life to be uprooted, but won’t sit by while my creepy ex-boss destroys everything—himself included.
Except . . . there’s only one person that can help me disappear for a while, and I’m pretty sure he groans every time he sees me calling.
Being Mark Bailey’s accountant isn’t easy.
When Mark helps me escape into his mountain world for a while, the very last thing I expect is to fall hard. Now ghosts from my past are following and I’m not sure there’s a happy-ever-after waiting at the end of this nightmare.
My accountant is the most frustrating woman on the planet.
She infuriates me every time we speak, but I will never, ever fire her because she is the only thing standing between me and utter bankruptcy
Now I’m not so sure I know her after all. The woman that arrives on my doorstep in the middle of the night is surprisingly bright, beautiful, and frightened.
Being the good guy in the past hasn’t gotten me anywhere, but this time, I have a good feeling about Stella Marie. Which is why I’m happy to step up when that psycho ex-boss of hers tracks her to my doorstep.
No one is getting near Stella Marie while I’m here.
RUNAWAY is the third book in the Coffee Shop Series. It can be read as a standalone, but maximum enjoyment comes from starting at the beginning. This is a sweet-but-spicy romance with no sex-scenes and a guaranteed happily-ever-after.
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The Second Book in the Coffee Shop Series.
There’s one thing I’m absolutely convinced of: romance is real, and true love is a force for good in the world.
I have 957 paperback romance novels in my attic bedroom that prove it.
When my world crashes down around me and JJ Bailey shows up, he lays down the ultimate challenge: prove romance is real. The fact that JJ thinks romance is a farce only makes me more determined to prove him wrong.
Romance is real and love saves the day.
Hold my spreadsheets.
Life has gotten kind of stagnant. Then Lizbeth literally crashes into my world with her ideas of storybook romance and love. Her silky red hair drives me to distraction.
What the hell is a meet-cute anyway?
Romance does not save the world. I’ve been there. Failed at that. My parents divorce has convinced me that not even love can survive real life. Perpetual bachelorhood looks pretty safe to me.
Except Lizbeth is determined to help me see the light of love. I’m not about to let her win our little challenge, because I know the truth.
Forget her books. I’ll show her that romance is a construct, and love hurts.
LOVESICK is the second novel in the Coffee Shop series.
This is a clean, standalone (second in series) contemporary romance with sizzle and spice—but no sex scenes.
Guaranteed bantering and happily ever after.