A burned-out trauma doctor at a crossroads returns home to help out at a small-town family practice, a coffee shop owner with a second chance at living, is she just what the doctor needs?
Doctor Adam Sinclair is at a crossroads, burned-out and searching, after losing a young patient he felt he should have been able to save. He returns home to Sunset Beach searching for a way out of the dark hole he’s found himself sinking into. He agrees to help out at his mentor’s small-town family practice, a lot different than the fast-paced trauma units he’s used to. He’s not sure what life holds for him. But when he moves into a rundown beach cottage he plans to renovate and meets the ray of sunshine that is his new neighbor, his life will never be the same…
A dog walker with a secret crush and a jilted fireman with no desire to risk watching his heart go up in flames ever again.
Fire Chief Brad Sinclair had his future planned and then his fiancée married someone else and left him and his heart in ashes. He’s started over, seems to have picked up the pieces…but now his brother is getting married and his happy news is stirring up emotions Brad would rather he didn’t feel. When the cute dog walker’s apartment goes up in flames, he suddenly finds himself feeling the heat from attraction and the local ladies who think she’s just what the local hero needs to put his life back on track.
Sometimes a dream might need a rewrite…
Nash Bond needs this book. He needs to get out of the slump he’s in, but a year ago his life changed when he lost his adoptive father, his hero and the words that had once flowed without worry suddenly dried up in his grief. Now his agent is shaking things up by booking him a “special room in a special place”–her words, and she insist he give it a try. She reminds him his publisher is getting impatient. He knows everything is on the line. He doesn’t like it at all and when he meets the gorgeous, but pushy B&B owner sparks fly. He’s suddenly feeling things he’s never felt before…but with his past he knows all too well that longing for love leaves a person open to pain thus he locked his heart away a long time ago and has no plans to change. But on the shores of Sunset Bay can romance bloom? Can love heal a broken heart and give him a happily-ever-after he never thought he wanted? Or needed?