Can love strike twice?
Web designer and single mom Kim Dawson has been struck by love before. It left her widowed and struggling to provide for her daughter Zoey. Eight years later, she’s too busy providing everything she can for Zoey. Everything that is, except for a father.
Zoey has decided Knox Taylor would be the perfect dad, he’s funny and teaches her to ride a horse. She hatches a plan of her own to make her mom fall in love.
Too afraid of heartbreak, Kim refuses to acknowledge the sparks flying when she’s around Knox. After all it’s not just her heart on the line, it’s Zoey’s too.
Can Kim risk being struck by love a second time?
Cher Crawford started her wedding planner business right out of college with every penny she’d scrimped and saved and now she was finally on her way to the top- the rich and famous. Her new client could put her there. But this was the biggest job of her career, she would have to pull out everything she had to accomplish the wedding of the century. Which meant she really didn’t have time for him.
Christian Abbott was frustrated that his college degree was being wasted because his father refused to make any changes and expand the family Orchard. He had a plan, a good sound plan and wanted to see It through. He wanted to save the Orchard that had been in his family for seventy-five years. To do this things needed to change…but She definitely wasn’t the change he had in mind.
Can they set aside their ambition in time to see what is right in front of them?
Amber has no interest in falling for a cowboy. Her life was in the city. Her responsibility was family.
Slowly, as the hectic pace of the city ebbed away, Amber discovered the beauty in the orchard and a friendship with a man of integrity, Brandon Jacobs.
Brandon agrees to help Amber find a lost treasure buried somewhere in the orchard. What was buried was not what Camilla, Amber’s grandmother, remembered.
The real treasure to be discovered was buried in the Legacy of Love, which Amber’s grandparents had poured into the orchard and their family.
Would Brandon and Amber open their hearts to find their legacy buried within each other and the old Apple Orchard?
Piper, a single mom focused on caring for her mother who has dementia, doesn’t have time to fall in love. She knows it’s for the best for her to focus on her daughter, Cedar, and not get caught up in dating again. Her past choices in men were doozies. From the guys that wouldn’t keep a job, to the men willing to scare, intimidate, or hit her, Piper doesn’t know how to find someone different from those guys.
Corbin is a paramedic in Double Creek. He picked a small town to settle down in because he has visions of a family in his mind. Small town life isn’t what Corbin expected it to be, but when an elderly patient needs Corbin’s help on an old pear farm, he jumps to action.
Come back to Double Creek for another adventure. You’ll see more of Megan and Ben, and find out if Piper and Corbin get their happily ever after in Picking Pears with Piper.
What do you do when you and your twin sister are attracted to the same man?
Fight it out of course…
Or there’s always the nicer option of helping your much quieter sister catch the guy.
Identical twins, Paige and Pam, have been inseparable their whole lives. Paige is outgoing and bubbly, whereas Pam is quiet and insecure. They share everything from clothes, to shoes, to the peaches in their family’s orchard. But when it comes to men, Pam has always backed down. Unfortunately, they have the same taste as far as the male species goes as well.
But this time, Paige feels like it’s her sisterly duty to help Pam catch the guy, even if Chase Spencer is likely the most attractive man to walk the face of the planet. He’s tall, dark, and has the dreamiest blue eyes Paige has ever seen. But when she discovers how over the moon Pam is for him, she devises a plan to help her sister come out of her shell, coaching her in ways to attract a man, even if that involves pretending to be Pam when the need calls for it.
Too bad in all her attempts to help her sister, Paige has fallen even harder for Chase, and even worse, he seems to have fallen hard for her as well, thinking she’s her twin. Now she’s torn between telling Chase and Pam the truth and risk losing both of their trust forever, or keeping her secret going while hoping everything somehow works out. Yeah, not likely…
Oh, the webs we weave…
Years ago love blossomed on a ranch in Montana and then college and life pushed Renee and Hank to go their separate ways. Twenty years later they’re both back where they fell in love but reality is like a spring frost and is a long-distance relationship their only option for their second chance?
Renee Mitchell has returned to the small Montana town of River Junction to take over her family’s orchard. With big dreams for the future, she plants a large parcel of land with new apple trees. No sooner is the job done, when a herd of cattle from the neighboring ranch breaks through a fence line and creates mulch from the tiny saplings. With a streak of stubbornness as wide as the Colorado River, Renee’s determined to be a success. Even when her first love shows up with the offer to pay for replacement trees and lend muscle to replant.
Hank Shepard left River Junction at eighteen and, except for losing his chance with Renee Mitchell, he’s lived life with zero regrets. He takes a short-term leave of absence from his law practice, returning to his family ranch to help his dad get back on his feet. The last thing he expects while he’s there is to reconnect with the woman he let get away. But wayward Shephard Ranch cattle bring him full circle back to Renee.
Hank is determined to make amends for the destruction to her orchard and for how they left things almost twenty years ago. It doesn’t take long for Renee and Hank to rediscover their long dormant feeling are like the orchard after the long winter, ready to flourish.
When it’s time for Hank to return to his law practice, will they be able to make a long-distance relationship work? Or, is the difference between city life and big sky country too much to overcome?
“All is fair in love and . . . the pear pie wars.”
Tori Bevan must have heard her grandmother say that phrase more times than she could count growing up on Bevan Pear Farms. Every year Grandma Bevan went for the coveted Clarksville Pear Festival Best Pear Pie award. And every year she’d lose to Ben Holden—the owner of Holden Acres, another pear farm and her enemy for over seventy years. Tori believes this year she has the blue ribbon in the bag. Only one problem stands in her way . . . Dane Holden, Ben’s grandson, waltzing back in town, much to Tori’s disliking.
Dane Holden never had an interest in his grandparent’s pear farm. He moved away a long time ago with no plans to ever go back to his small hometown. However, after a couple of poor business deals leave the young entrepreneur jobless and homeless, he has no choice but to say yes when his grandpa asks him to come home for the festival.
Just when the sparks begin to fly between Tori and Dane, Dane’s past comes back to haunt him, throwing a curveball in Tori’s plans for the festival and contest. Will the Holden’s claim another coveted blue ribbon, or will a new champion reign over this year’s festival?
A decade ago, Romeo Fabrizio and Darcie Montague were the high school “it” couple.
He played as the star quarterback for junior and senior years, and she was the team’s unofficial photographer. They had their futures planned until an injury ended his football career, and they went their separate ways.
After six years of international travel to photograph sporting events, Darcie is bone-weary and ready for a change. An ankle injury from a rock climbing job temporarily puts her out of action, and she returns to her hometown to heal.
When they are thrown together in planning the town’s pecan festival, sparks fly but can they overcome the hurt from the fractured relationship?
Can forbidden fruit lead to sweet romance?
After standing up to the wrath of the owner of a private apple orchard where her daughter picked some of the forbidden fruit, will Skye Palmer allow the handsome cowboy to atone for making her little girl cry?
Sweetness is in the air… and perhaps more than just leaves will begin to fall by summer’s end…
The last place Andrew (Drew) Morgan wants to be is back on the family avocado farm in Plentiful. If he had his way, he’d still be active military and deployed someplace far, far away. Unfortunately, he rarely gets what he wants. And, being back in the orchard is just the latest in a long list of disappointments.
Single mother, Chloe Taylor has relocated from Fresno to the rural area of Plentiful, California to build her marketing business beginning with the local agriculture co-op. It’s her job to convince the local farms to invest in a major overhaul of the co-op’s publicity campaign. A mixture of modern operations, and older, family-owned farms, only adds to her frustration.
At the moment, her biggest challenge is bringing the owner of Plenty Good Farms in line with the others. The fact that the old curmudgeon of an owner, Samuel Morgan, has brought his nephew in to run things gives her hope. Surely, the younger Morgan will be more amiable to her progressive ideas.
When Chloe first presents her plan the Morgan men, it’s Drew who throws a monkey wrench into his uncle’s agreement to sign the necessary contract. What she doesn’t realize is that Drew’s reluctance has more to do with his uncle’s health issues, and the possibility that he won’t be able to talk the man who raised him into retiring.
When Drew is forced by the military medical team into choosing between a desk job or retirement, he shares his frustrations with Chloe and she helps him find a new purpose—outside of being a full-timer famer. It also helps that their attraction is growing. Drew has definitely fallen for the independent woman, and her adorable daughter.
Will Chloe’s faith and determination help her lead Drew through his difficult decisions and bring them what they both need… a love that transcends their everyday challenges.