The Daddy Pact
A murdered groom. An unexpected baby. A vengeful father. Can the killer’s brother save the day?
Raised in foster homes, when Jess Bentley promised, ’til death do us part,’ she envisioned many happy decades building a family with Frank. But a desperate drug addict in a dark parking lot ended those dreams before the honeymoon was over. Convinced the empty place in her heart will never heal, she’s ready to give up—until she discovers their brief marriage resulted in a surprise pregnancy.
All Dan Mulholland wants following his brother’s arrest is to relieve the guilt that’s tearing him up inside. He is determined to help the widowed bride in any way he can, especially when he learns she’s carrying her dead husband’s child … and her wealthy father-in-law intends to take the baby.
First in the Coach’s Boys series, The Daddy Pact is a sweet, poignant romance about love lost and new, unexpected beginnings. It’s a heartwarming story of selflessness in the face of tragedy, friendships, and laughter—with a little mystery thrown in for good measure.
Approximately 223 pages
A Hero for Holly
With so many depending on her, she has no time for a personal life…
When her husband left her pregnant, with a four-year-old child and a restaurant on the verge of bankruptcy, the only things Holly McGinty had time for were her kids – and working hard to stay out of the poor house. Five years later, business is booming and her boys are happy, but she’s still putting her own needs at the bottom of her priority list. That doesn’t stop her from daydreaming about her oldest son’s sexy scout leader though.
He never believed in love at first sight – until he met her…
Sam Jensen gets along great with kids, is a successful architect, and has the best friends a guy could ask for. But figuring out relationships with women has never come easy to him. He feels like a tongue-tied teenager around most of them. Except for Holly, and it’s looking like things might work out with her. As long as one tiny little secret remains a secret.
Approximately 254 pages
A Harry Situation
In her opinion, there’s a big difference between lying and not telling the whole truth.
…but when Harry Saunders chose to use her nickname on a resume, she knew anyone reading it would assume she was a man. But that was fine by her – as long as it meant getting the job. She needed the benefits for her sick little boy, and no matter how much one of her bosses hated her for not being entirely honest, she wasn’t going to back down and quit.
Women had their place – and it wasn’t working construction…
The moment Chris Parker realized they’d been duped, he tried in vain to find a loophole so he could fire Harriet. But just because they’re stuck with her doesn’t mean he has to like it, and he will never give up hope that she’ll give him a reason to get rid of her. Until the day he discovers that she has a very ill son. A son who develops an instant case of hero worship for Chris.
Approximately 220 pages