His Girl Next Door #4 ~ Sometimes love is just around the corner
Love is trouble. House rehabber Kerr Driscoll is fed up with his lovelorn business partner mangling their construction schedules. A bet on which friend will marry next spurs ideas to fix matters, and his cute, hyper-efficient neighbor Lexi Ferguson agrees a joint vacation in romantic Cape May might help propel their friends toward the altar. However, when getting locked out of his hotel room leads to a night with Lexi, Kerr discovers love’s complications have only just begun.
Love isn’t enough. Lexi’s life and her career as a paralegal handling divorces prove that daily. As for Kerr and her together? Her heart’s foolish desires can’t be organized away into her planner’s pages and a fun, sexy man who understands her dreams is irresistible, even if they’re too much the odd couple. Maybe she doesn’t need to be perfect to be loved. But the bet leaks out, convincing Lexi she’s just another game for him. Kerr now must persuade her a lifetime together is the only prize worth winning.
His Girl Next Door #3 ~ Sometimes love is just around the corner
Ever since Tessa Wainwright moved into the rundown bungalow next door, Hale Lindstrom has been captivated by the smart and lovely college student. His busy plumbing business helps him keep a responsible distance, but she seems alone in the world, so he lends a hand when he can. His plan works fine, until he accidentally hits her with a snowball and learns she isn’t the kid he assumed. Their tumble into love brings happiness, but he’s got a secret he’s determined to conceal from Tessa at all costs.
After frustrating years of planning and saving, Tessa is pursuing her dream of a literature degree. Shy, sexy Hale is a serious temptation, but her goals leave no room for romance and she’s done with men trying to fix her life. Despite her resolve, a polar vortex, a goofy dog, and an irresistible guy are rewriting her carefully outlined future. Maybe falling in love is an unavoidable plot twist, but Hale’s refusal to trust may doom their hopes of a happy ending.
His Girl Next Door #2 ~ Sometimes love is just around the corner
When Cami Alexander moves next door, it’s time for Jack O’Malley to concede the sweet and sexy fellow teacher is more than a long-time friend—she’s the one he’s been looking for in all the wrong places. He’s ready to put his footloose bachelor days behind him, but between his past, Cami’s doubts, her overprotective family, and well-meaning blind date offers from friends, convincing Cami they’re meant to be together is going to get complicated. Good thing Jack likes a challenge.
Cami’s always had a little crush on the dashing, blue-eyed Jack, but when the heat in a spontaneous kiss surprises them both, she’s afraid to risk their friendship over mere desire. Passion proves irresistible, and one explosive night ups the ante on their dilemmas. Jack vows his love and to stand by her through every trouble, but she’s been burned by promises before, and this time more than her heart’s at stake.
His Girl Next Door #1 ~ Sometimes love is just around the corner
Seeking peace while he decides between prestigious job offers, burned-out lawyer Matt Powell rents his boyhood vacation home at the Jersey shore on a nostalgic whim. However, discovering the lovely widow next door is his childhood best friend, Katie Vanburen, complicates everything. His old love for her hits hard, but this time around his feelings are anything but innocent. It’s decision time: the high-profile career he’s earned–or a life he never dreamed possible loving his girl next door.
Twenty years ago, Matt broke Katie’s teenaged heart when he vanished from her life after his parents’ divorce. She grew up, buried her childish dreams, and moved on. New dreams shattered with her unfaithful husband’s death, but now she’s a successful website designer and owns her beloved shore house. She’s delighted to renew their friendship, but unready to trust her heart again–even if Matt’s kisses tempt her beyond reason. But can her cracking defenses hold when Matt argues his case for love so eloquently, in bed and out?