When Diane’s flowers are cut down, she’s angry. When they start appearing on her doorstep, she becomes curious. Finding the answer to the mystery takes her life down paths she never thought she’d walk again.
Jane has always been the type to stay to herself, content with her dog, her job and her routines. But when roses start to appear in her gym locker, the mystery brings changes to more than one area of her life.
When Penny first meets Derek at a bar in Scotland, she doesn’t think much of it. She’s only in town for the night and quickly on her way back to London. But things between them pick up and she finds an unexpected source of help in him when problems with her mother arise.
Catherine has taken eight years to get over her divorce, holing up in her flat outside of Leeds. When she decides to take control of her life once more, and go back to school, her family is worried about who she might meet there. What they should have been worried about was who she already knew.
After escaping from a lifelong imprisonment, Gloria finds herself in Kentucky with an unexpected ally she isn’t sure she should trust. But when she doesn’t know how to take care of herself in the outside world, trust might be the only thing to keep her free. Though that might mean giving him the secrets that could destroy her.
He woke in a field, covered in his own blood, feeling far from human. He doesn’t know his name or who he is, until he stumbles across the one person who does. But when one mystery ends, another begins and life for Manning and Annabelle becomes dangerous as events start to unravel.
Alexis is hardly the type to fall in love. So when she does fall, completely and inappropriately, for her boss, Alexis is the first to disapprove. She can only hope that her sister is right and that she has no idea what love really is.
Edina’s been engaged for three years. But when she meets Calum by chance at an Irish wedding, all of her doubts come to the surface. She tries to put it behind her but she didn’t count on Calum’s persistence. Is there any such thing as a right choice when it comes to love?
Left by parents she can’t remember, Maga is given to the swamp witch to live a life of isolation. But when she finds her familiar, a boy named Doxin, she accepts her fate and works to control her own future amidst the complications of living in a swamp infested with zombies.
Jack’s been back in the swamp for over a year with no sign of his siblings. Then, in one afternoon, that all changes when he learns Owen’s been captured and taken to the citadel. His quest to reunite the family faces more obstacles than the King who seeks to collect them all as more questions are raised about the family they grew up in and the powers they possess.
On the run, not from the zombie heads that infest the swamp, but from the people who live there, Owen stumbles into the lives of a single mother and her child. Unused to human company, Owen is torn between delight and fear that they will discover his secret.
Maga lives with Grandma in the swamp and though alone, never lacks for something to do. But when a boy moves in nearby, Maga is drawn into a world she doesn’t quite understand.
Makani lives in the northern swamps, the last stronghold of humanity. Separated from her family, she wanders, searching. When a Seer warns her that her little brother and sister are being held ransom in the southern citadel, Makani’s desperate to get there before something happens to them. However, she’s never ventured that far and with her limitations she isn’t sure she’ll make it or what she’ll find when she gets there.
It was the worst day of the year but it passed with barely a whimper. In celebration, he mistakenly spends his vindictive joy on another, not realizing the consequences.
The tree was alone and it was lonely, the grove it once belonged to long ago succumbed to humanity. She was left with the fir trees, silent, still and no replacement at all. But then the family moves into the house on the hill and she sees her chance in their faces, a chance to take.
She’s tied to the shop for a crime she didn’t do, serving customers their wishes and nightmares, searching for the three missing puzzle pieces as she does so. Though it may take her years, she’s determined to win her freedom before she becomes just another unwitting customer.
A drifter finds an interesting shop that shouldn’t exist. It sells impossible things and leads to impossible decisions.
Cupcakes & Cafes is a novella sequel to Kilts & Kisses featuring Kelly from Mamie’s café and her cat, Gilly, as they fight anti-social behavior and a secret nemesis! Accustomed to holding people at a distance, Kelly decides its time to let the past go and find a future in Virginia.
Ava Lafferty is living in Edinburgh and working as a recruitment consultant so that she can continue to date her Scottish boyfriend. But when her ambitions begin to make changes in her life, those changes start to take her farther and farther from the man she loves. As she struggles to decide what she really wants in life, Ava wonders if you really can never go home again.