When an old boss offers Courtney a job at a new Inn she leaps at the chance. A new start is just what she needs to get away from the small town where everyone knows how her engagement ended in heartbreak. What she doesn’t expect is her new boss Callum making her heart flutter.
Callum isn’t happy about his Grandfather buying an Inn on a whim, but he’ll do whatever it takes to make it successful. Even if that means ignoring the feelings sparked by the woman his Grandfather hired.
When a blizzard strikes, Courtney and Callum are forced to work more closely together to get the Inn ready for its Christmas Day Celebration. Can romance spark this holiday season or will they be left out in the cold?
If you like sweet romance, then you’ll love Snow Kissed Inn.
When world-renowned photographer, Andie Branson, is hired for a winter wedding, the only problem with the booking is that the festivities will be at the Apple Cider Inn, owned and operated by her ex-boyfriend’s family. After dating all through high school, a cheerleader named Rosie had taken interest in Frank, and their relationship had ended spectacularly. As Andie books her room, she comforts herself with the fact that she had heard he moved to Europe, so all would be fine. Right?
Director Frank Hadley is happy with his life at an art gallery in Paris when his brother calls and asks him to be the best man. Scheduled remodeling has the gallery closed for most of the holiday season, so Frank sees it as a sign of good luck and books a flight home. Sometime during the long flight, he finds himself excited to see the Inn again after so many years.
When Andie and Frank arrive at the Apple Cider Inn at the same time, chaos ensues as they try to navigate the upcoming nuptials without letting their awkwardness ruin it for the happy couple, even as familiar sparks fly between them. When the bride gets cold feet, Andie and Frank have to work together to save the wedding. Can they overcome their past and try again? Or when Rosie ends up being on the guest list, will history repeat itself?
The chef and the restaurant critic are about to come face to face.
After being unjustly fired from a restaurant position in Boston, Chef Dora Bennett relocates to Northern Vermont in an effort to jump-start her career. Going to work at the small, but well-run, Sugar Plum Inn might just be the second chance she needs. Despite a few scathing reviews, Dora intends to do all she can to restore the inn’s reputation with her amazing food.
Charlie Ward is hiding not one but two secrets when he arrives at Sugar Plum Inn. First, he’s an inn and restaurant reviewer who always shows up incognito. Second, he’s been deaf since college. He’s not ashamed of it, but he also doesn’t want to be pitied, so he prefers that the world doesn’t know any more than necessary. He’s enjoying his life of traveling, writing reviews, and working on his first novel.
While neither Dora or Charlie are looking for anything outside their demanding jobs and their desire to move forward with their lives, a little holiday magic might make them stop to appreciate there is more to life than work and living single.
Silver Bell Inn is home to Freya James. The picturesque Victorian has belonged to her family for generations, but her father wants to sell after her mother passes. However, Freya’s adamant that’s not going to happen. As a mountain of repairs skyrocket, she’s working day and night to keep the inn afloat, but fears this may be the last Christmas at the inn unless there’s a miracle.
TV chef Gabriel Blake is scouting out potential restaurants for his cooking show, Gabriel’s Dreams Do Come True. The problem is, after a disastrous television interview, he manages to offend everyone in Maine, making him public enemy number one. When a tantalizing email lands in his inbox, offering him the perfect hideaway at Silver Bell Inn, he’s intrigued but unsure about staying in the small town of Echo Falls, Maine.
Then a phone call with the engaging owner changes his mind.
Freya James is not only a sweet temptation to look at, but she has a heart of gold and is hosting the annual cookie fundraiser for underprivileged children at the inn. The sugary treats and the pretty brunette are equally addictive and dangerous for Gabriel, who hates the holiday season as it reminds him of his painful past.
As the sparks of attraction increase, will Freya be able to help Gabriel overcome his triggers and heal?
Will Gabriel show Freya there’s more to life than work?
Caught in a snowstorm on Christmas Eve, Hope has no choice but spend the holiday at the Starlight Inn. Will she be touched by the magic of Christmas with a little help from a handsome stranger?
Hope Garland is at a crossroads. Nothing she does feels like it’s getting her to where she wants to be in life… It’s time for a change. Leaving everything in Dallas behind was a difficult choice, but she’ll have to make sacrifices to get the life she’s always wanted, even if that means being away from home for Christmas so she’ll be able to make her first shift on time.
Determined to reach her destination, Hope doesn’t stop even when a snowstorm threatens. But after a near miss on the highway, she finally decides to pull over and have a coffee before she keeps going. But the snow isn’t showing any sign of stopping and Hope will have to spend the night at a nearby inn.
The Starlight Inn is the perfect place to spend Christmas Eve, and Hope is swept away in the comfort and cheer of the holiday—but can she put aside her worry over her new job and take the time to really appreciate what Christmas has to offer?
Like it or not, Hope is snowed in at the Starlight Inn. Could handsome stranger Nicholas White, also stranded by the snowstorm, help her put things into perspective? Can she set things right before it’s too late?
Maisie Greyson, social influencer and thirty-something entrepreneur, isn’t looking for love when she arrives at the Kissing Bough Inn. Her decision to combine business and pleasure goes horribly wrong when the innkeeper sees right through her employer’s intentions. She wants to make things right, but finds it hard to keep her heart in line with her objectives.
Zane Deveraux, widower and owner of the Kissing Bough Inn, has no time for love and nosey women trying to get him and his inn. He barely has enough time for his two daughters as he manages the family’s successful mountain resort. But keeping his heart unencumbered proves near impossible when the young woman in question is everything a family wants and needs in his life.
When the town of Nowhere, New Mexico, is unexpectedly snowed in, can Maisie and Zane find the love that each of them so desperately needs despite the obstacles trying to keep them apart?
All Charly wants for Christmas is a fun-filled vacation with her little girl. Who knew that would include bumping into a handsome blast from her past and her ex-husband as well.
Mistletoe Inn feels like the perfect getaway; it’s a virtual winter wonderland, including an unexpected run-in with the handsome Jack Winters—a fellow orchestra member from high school. He’s the owner of the inn and seems just as happy to see her again as she is to see him. Jack is charming and warm, if not a little shy—everything she remembers him to be and more. He quickly begins to fill the empty spaces in her life—spaces she didn’t even realize were missing. After Charly’s husband ripped her heart out three years before, she’s hesitant to ever fall in love again, but at the same time, there’s nothing she wants more. But when her ex-husband shows up at the inn and seems determined to win her back, Charly is lost, knowing what to do or which path would be best for her and her little girl.
Will a stolen kiss under the mistletoe make everything more clear, or just complicate her decision that much more?
For those who enjoyed Silver Bells Cottage from the Holiday Cottage series, you won’t want to miss Charly’s sweet and swoony journey to finding healing and love.
Christmas Kringles and Holiday Tingles
When a desperate act of arson destroys most of the buildings on the Merry Hollow Christmas Tree Farm shortly before the holiday, Charlie Merry and his family are resolved to shut down for good.
However, determined Stacy Whitaker refuses to let her stepfather’s hard work turn to ashes. With the help of family, friends, and one hunky physical therapist, the spunky woman’s grand ideas take shape.
But can all the little elves and a lot of love rebuild what hate destroyed in time for the next holiday rush? And more importantly, will Santa deliver everything on Stacy’s wish list come Christmas morning?
“Merry Hollow inn” is a surprise sequel to the “Spirit of Christmas” series by Michele Pollock Dalton.
Ginger has always been the small-town girl with a big heart and a healthy dose of sass to go along with it. A weekend of family fun has her considering leaving the comforts of a life of blue ribbon recipes and a home where everyone sees her simply as Sally and Joe’s sweetheart of a niece.
When Owen left Hope Springs, he thought he shook off the dust of his small town beginnings. However, his rags-to-riches life brings him back to, of all places, the pumpkin patch with the woman who believed in him all those years ago.
A weekend together brings Ginger and Owen together. The two childhood friends may need a map to navigate the maze of events to find the happily ever after everyone in Hope Springs knows they deserve. That is, if they’ll slow down and read the directions.
Writer Kaleigh Templeton types The End on her latest romantic comedy script and heads out for a much-needed vacation. That this week is the first time her young son is spending Christmas with his father provided the perfect reason for Kaleigh to pitch in at her best friend’s mountain inn. Stopping for coffee at a roadside restaurant, she encounters a brash, impatient hunk who definitely needs a dose of Christmas spirit. Five miles down the road, her SUV sputters to a stop, and she pulls into a turnout. Before she can hike to the closest callbox, she watches a huge truck pull in behind and faces the gruff guy from the restaurant. Of all the rotten luck.
Ex-Ranger Vonn Lennart needs some ski therapy to provide clarity as he decides his next career move. A shoulder injury ended his Special Forces military service. The offer of a desk job wasn’t enough to entice him to stay. With a goal of opening a security company, he has to make some fast cash and is contemplating a job offer of military consultant on a big-budget movie to film in the spring. On the drive to his vacation spot, he keeps running into a perky brunette who he discovers is staying at the same inn. Their paths cross several times, and he’s intrigued, even asking her opinion of the movie script. But when things get messy with the appearance of her ex-husband and a kid, Vonn wonders if he’s in over his head.