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There are 3 more books coming in the Magnolia Beach series and then I’ll have a new series set in the small mountain town of Mint Hill, coming in the fall of 2020!

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Big City. Big Lights. Big Changes.
Amanda Smith doesn’t have time for marriage. She loves her career in the city, the excitement, and the opportunities for advancement. So what if she never has time to date, she’s perfectly happy without a man in her life.

Gram Has the Last Laugh.
But when her grandmother passes away, her only remaining family in all the world, the news turns Amanda’s world upside down. Not to mention the little bit in the will where gram has the last word. Amanda has one month to get married or she won’t inherit.

Broken Hearts and Second Chances.
Chase Harrison thought his life was perfect until a customer set his boat on fire. Now Chasing the Big One Charters is in serious trouble. Without an infusion of cash, Chase will have to give up his dream for good. And just when he thought things couldn’t get any worse, he finds out the woman who broke his heart all those years ago is back in town.

Second Chances?
Amanda has no intention of letting Chase back into her life. She’ll find another guy to marry. But when she runs out of time, Amanda does what needs to be done. After all, it’s only for a year. Nothing more than a business arrangement. There’s no way she’ll risk Chase breaking her heart all over again.

Run away to Magnolia Beach and curl up with a light-hearted romance that will leave you with a smile.

Runaway Bride is now available!

“Thirty on pump three.” She pushed the soda and chocolate across the counter. The guy looked at her as if she were some kind of crazy woman.
“Uh, is everything okay?” He bagged her sustenance and monitored her as he worked the register.
“Why wouldn’t it be?” Rose thought she’d wiped all the mascara from her face when she’d crossed into Virginia but maybe she’d missed some.
The guy handed her the change and stepped back.
“Your face is all red and splotchy and you have black lines running down your face.”
He gestured at her body. “You’re wearing a big white wedding dress. In a gas station.”

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