Friday, January 29, 2016

A Happy Author with a New Series

I am happy to be back on the SuperAuthors blog!  I stopped contributing to the blog for a while because it's been so long since I had a book out that I stopped feeling like a real SuperAuthor.  So I’m excited to announce that the first book in my new series comes out in March and the second book will be out in July.  I’m looking forward to sharing them with you and now I feel like a real Superromance author again!

The series is called Sierra Legacy.  It’s been quite an experience to write.  The characters haunt me— they've been following me around for almost two years now, trying to tell me their stories. They have strong voices and huge hearts. Some of them have made big mistakes.  There are four books, and each story is a piece of the legacy left by The Hoffmans, a troubled family from way over on the wrong side of the tracks in my fictional Eastern Sierra town of Benson, California. 

The first two books are about the two youngest siblings, Nora and Wade Hoffman. They've returned to Benson to restore the family property, Marker Ranch, which was abandoned when they moved away after high school and their father and older brothers fled to Mexico to escape criminal charges.

Life is never simple— especially life in a Superromance!  Nora is a biologist who finds herself embroiled in a struggle to save the local wild horses.  She vowed never to return to Benson, and now that she's back, she has to face a man she loved, and was never able to forget.  Wade has just left the army and is having difficulties adjusting to life after combat.  And both of them have to make their peace with the uneasy welcome the town of Benson offers... no one is happy to see the Hoffmans back at Marker Ranch!

And books three and four of the series?  Well, without giving too much away, there's a Hoffman who makes an unexpected return. And in his attempts to start a new life, he has some pretty big decisions to make. Decisions that don't just affect his life — his actions have consequences for the woman he used to love. 

Sierra Legacy is full of twists and turns and troubles and triumphs.  But most of all there is love — deep, soulful, life-altering love — the kind that changes everything.

The first book, Wild Horses, is Nora's story.  I so hope you enjoy it!  And to celebrate its release, I'm giving away an advance copy here.  But there's a catch.  I don't actually have my advance copies yet. But let's go ahead with the giveaway and as soon as I have my copies, (any day now!) I will mail one to the winner.

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To enter to win an advance copy of Wild Horses please leave a comment by midnight on January 31st.  Thanks for joining me today!

Monday, January 25, 2016

#DeadlineDishes: Kristina's No Peek Chicken

Ask anyone in my family and they will tell you: Kristina works well to deadline. Part of it is that I'm naturally a procrastinator, but another - and bigger - part of it is that until that deadline is looming, I'll sweat the small stuff in my books. Is this word exactly right? Does this paragraph really portray the emotion I'm going for? When that deadline starts looming larger, it's like my internal editor can finally switch off and I can get the words down on paper...and then fix them later.

I also like a deadline because it forces me to plan out our meals. If I know what I'm cooking for dinner, I don't get to mid-afternoon and distract myself with thawing and recipe finding. I just grab and go. One of my favorite dishes to cook on deadline is my No Peek Chicken - it's super simple to prep and once it's cooking I can zone into my manuscript or whatever else I'm doing that day while the oven does all the heavy lifting!. Here's the recipe:

Kristina's Favorite No-Peek Chicken

2-3 lbs of chicken, uncooked (thighs, legs, breasts, wings - you choose what type!)
1 Family size can Cream of Chicken Soup
2 boxes Chicken flavored rice
1-1.5 cups of water
Paprika, Salt, Pepper to taste
Preheat your oven to 350 degrees.

In a mixing bowl, stir together 1 Family size can of Cream of Chicken Soup with 2 boxes of chicken flavored rice. Add 1.5 cups of water. Sprinkle the seasoning packet from the rice over this mixture and then stir that in as well. Once mixed together, spoon the rice into a 13x9 inch pan. Remove the chicken pieces from their packaging and rinse under cool water. Place in 2 rows on top of the rice and sprinkle the paprika, salt and pepper over the chicken. Cover the dish with tin foil and put into the oven. Cook for 1 hour and then check the rice - if it feels dry add a half cup of water to it so the rice doesn't get crusty. Re-cover and cook for another hour. Serve!

Friday, January 22, 2016

Jeannie Watt Winnner(s)

Hey everyone--

I'm really bad about choosing one winner. I almost always choose two--I have so much fun with the randomizer, you see.

I wrote everyone's name on a piece of paper and assigned a number. The randomizer chose number 4--Mary Jane--and number 3--Colleen C.

Congratulations, ladies! Please email me at jeanniewrites @ (without the spaces) to claim your book. 

And in closing, it's so great to reconnect with so many people and to meet new friends. Thanks everyone for stopping by!


Thursday, January 21, 2016

Kris Fletcher's Winner

Last week, I asked readers to find me in this group shot of my Canada World Youth group:

Give up? Patti O'Manne didn't. She found me, in the front row, fourth from the right. I'm the one with the white shirt, the very blond hair, and the big smile.

Patti, congratulations! You've won a $10 gift card to the online bookstore of your choice! Contact me - - and let me know which bookstore & what email address to use.

A couple of you thought I was the one in the second row, second from the right, in the tube top. Nope. But she was a very cool girl from Toronto, and I kind of like being confused with her :-). The other big favorite was the front row, second from the left. She was one of our leaders. Awesome woman. I'm still in touch with her, and I'll be sure to let her know about this!

Thanks to all who guessed. It was a lot of fun to hear your stories and see who you thought I might be!

Wednesday, January 20, 2016

Love is such a beautiful gift.

It’s so nice to be back here on this blog. I’m so happy to have the opportunity to introduce my latest superromance, SWEET ON PEGGY. This is the last book in the Life in Eden Harbor series, and a part of my writing life for over three years. How time flies!  

The first book THE DOCTOR RETURNS was all about a past romance between Sherri and Neill that continues to haunt them when they meet once again in Eden Harbor.

The second TO PROTECT HER SON is the story of two people, Nate and Gayle, who were both running away from past relationships and the emotional damage they had caused. Thankfully running away led them straight to each other.

The third, SWEET ON PEGGY is about love at first sight between Peggy and Rory, the excitement, the joy, and the inevitable concern that maybe it isn’t real or it won’t last.

SWEET ON PEGGY has another aspect that is an essential part of their love story. I have always been amazed at how brave and courageous those women with breast cancer are despite the changes their lives and bodies go through once the diagnosis had been made. When I began writing SWEET ON PEGGY I wanted to explore those feelings of disbelief, fear, concern over changes in body image, and how those changes impact a budding romantic relationship. When Peggy meets Rory she is attracted to him, and wants to get to know him better; that is until she learns that she has a lump in her breast that needs to be investigated.
To understand what happened next I asked a dear friend of mine what it was like to be diagnosed with breast cancer and how she coped. She was very generous in her description of what she went through and how the diagnosis of breast cancer changed her life. Talking to my friend gave me insight into how it feels to face such a diagnosis. Luckily, Peggy’s biopsy was benign.

I’m pleased to announce that I’m about to embark on another journey. My next two superromance books will explore the relationship between mothers and daughters. Hope to see you here soon. In the meantime, please stay in touch.

Stella MacLean

Tuesday, January 19, 2016

Jeannie Watt Give Away

I’m back!

For those of you who are new to the blog, I was a regular here until life interfered—not in a bad way, thank goodness, but rather in a busy way. I wrote a lot of books last year while teaching all science classes, grades 7-12, in a rural school and commuting over two hours a day. Sometimes you just hit a point where something has got to give, and for me it was blogging.  My personal blog, my sewing blog, Superauthors…all gathered cobwebs during 2015…but in 2016 I’m turning that around!

So what’s new with me?

I started writing my Brodys of Lightning Creek series last year, kicking it off with a free read, To Win a Cowgirl,  on To Tempt a Cowgirl released in July and To Kiss a Cowgirl released in December. The final story, To Court a Cowgirl, will come out this August. These four books tell the stories of the independent Brody sisters, who own a ranch in western Montana.

My beloved and I in our new house.

View from my kitchen
Speaking of Montana, I’ve been slowly moving there over the past year. The move, which qualifies more as an ooze, kicked off last summer when my husband went to live on the ranch with my parents and start building the house, while I stayed in Nevada and wrote and kept the place alive during the drought. My husband is back for the school year, the house is still under construction and we plan to start the serious move this coming summer. Of course, I planned several deadlines during that time.

I also started writing for Harlequin American, soon to be known as Harlequin Western, and I’m so excited to be working for both Supers and American/Western. My first American, The Bull Rider Meets his Match, releases in March.

So that’s what’s up with me. What’s up with you? 

To celebrate my return to Superauthors, I'm giving away an autographed copy of one of my books (winner's choice) to a randomly chosen commentor. Good luck!

Monday, January 18, 2016

Stolen moments

Mary Sullivan

Last week, I ran into my daughter while taking care of an unavoidable errand. It wasn't planned and both of us were surprised and happy to see each other!

Over the holidays, we were fortunate to have been able to spend a number of wonderful days together. Most often, we are rushed, each busy with our respective careers. In January, so far, we hadn't had the opportunity to do more than share a bit of texting and a couple of emails.

I had just finished my errand when we met and was rushing back home to meet a writing deadline. She was on her way to work, so we had only twenty minutes or so to touch bases, but boy, did those twenty minutes brighten my day!

That small moment in time was a gift.

I had a lovely phone conversation with a friend yesterday who told a similar story. The day before, Saturday, she and her grown daughter, who is in her final year in university, were supposed to get all kinds of things done, including plenty of tasks around the house.

Instead, they ended up sitting and talking all day long…for hours. My friend said it was one of the best days she has had in a long time. Her daughter is, understandably, busy at school and my friend is very stressed at work. In the end, she didn't care about the things they were supposed to have been done...the house that didn't get cleaned or the dinner that didn't get made, because she'd had this wonderful, peaceful, calm day with someone near and dear to her. They ordered pizza for dinner and no one complained.

I love these stolen moments, when priorities shift, or the most important things in life are recognized, no matter how briefly.

What was the last time you experienced a moment of unexpected grace, or received a pleasant surprise, or ran into a friend you haven't seen in ages?

Friday, January 15, 2016

Question of the Month: What We Love About January and a New Year!

The calendar has turned around again, but instead of talking resolutions - because haven't we all be talking enough about resolutions? - lets talk about favorite things. Specifically: what is your favorite thing about January and New Year's?

Jennifer Lohmann: January is my birthday, so that's always something to look forward too :-) I did make a resolution this year (you can see it on my website). I think I've done pretty well with that resolution this year so far. I like the chance to start fresh and reflect on my year, though I don't usually do resolutions. Usually my goal is just to improve on something good I'm already doing. Going to the gym? Go a little harder. Saving money? Save a little more each month. Nothing to feel like I've failed at come March, but enough to push myself a little.

Janet Lee Nye: January is special to me recently because I signed my first Harlequin contract in January 2015 and saw the publication of my first book January 2016!

I've never been the type to go out and party on New Year's Eve nor make resolutions. But I do take some time in early January to reflect back on the previous year and see where I've grown or done well and where I still need to do some work on myself. I'm the type who needs a goal to work towards, so I'll set a personal goal.

For instance, last year, I didn't do well on doing the physical things I need to do as part of my treatment for depression. So this year, I'm working towards the goal of getting to the gym at least three times a week.

2015 was a tumultuous year full of very high highs and very low lows and I may have lost my balance a little , but I didn't fall, so that was a success. Hoping for a more moderate 2016, but focusing on keeping myself strong so I can meet whatever lies ahead.

Jeannie Watt: I sold to Harlequin on January 6th ten years ago. This has made January special to me.

Kristina Knight: What do I love about January ... the fresh start. Whatever went well during the previous year I can build on, and things that didn't go so well...well, I can build on those things, too. One the first page of my planner is this quote: May you have 12 months of happiness, 52 weeks of fun, 365 days of success, 8760 hours of good health, 525,600 minutes of love and 31,536,000 seconds of joy. I like that way of looking at a new year!

Tara Taylor Quinn: I like New Year’s because of the feeling of having a clean slate.  The mistakes I’ve made are behind me.  I am starting out fresh to give it my best shot and put as much good in the world as I can.  I have a quote (borrowed from a celebrity but I can’t remember which one) front and center on my computer screen – it says My Hope: “Give more light to the world than others have managed to put out.” (I think it’s Jim Carey but I am not sure!)  The new year starts a new countdown!

Anna Sugden: I love the NHL Winter Classic on New Year’s Day and seeing the behind the scenes programs about the players that they run. I enjoy hockey and footie season heating up and the NFL playoffs. I hate the long, dark, cold nights, but I love snuggling in a thick jumper, lighting the fire in the fireplace and reading the books I received for Christmas. I like starting new craft projects for the year too. And I look forward to the nights drawing out and spring around the corner. This year, it’s been so mild in England that the spring flowers are already blooming!

Joanne Rock: I like January and the New Year because it gives me the same feeling as opening a blank page to start Chapter One. The time of year is fresh, new and full of possibilities! There are no mistakes yet, no messy obstacles to creatively overcome, just hope and optimism. That's a good feeling. I like buying new calendars and planners, new pens in fun colors, and imagining what a great year it will be as I fill in the important dates and goals that will shape the year.

Cathryn Perry: I think of January fondly because it feels like a reset, another chance to start over. I look ahead to what's to come and try to find peace with all the upsets that occurred the year before. I sold my debut to Harlequin in January a few years ago and so many wonderful career milestones have happened since. Since Tara added a quote, I'd like to do the same!

From one of my favorite films, Forrest Gump: "Don't you just love New Year's? You can start all over. Everybody gets a second chance."

Claire McEwen: I love January because in California that usually means it's finally winter. And I love winter!  I love playing in the rain and visiting the Sierras for skiing and snowboarding. I love a fire in the fireplace and snuggling under blankets on cold nights. I love walking down to the ocean to see the huge waves during storms. And the other reason I love January is that I get a new planner, and I love planners!  I have the cutest one this year, made by a company called Bloom. It has places to write goals and create visions, it's decorated with inspirational quotes and there are daily and monthly calendars so I can stay (somewhat) organized.

Kris Fletcher: I do love the whole clean slate/new beginning feeling, but here's another: January is the month when Mother Nature really crank up the snow machine here in Central New York state. Mind you, I mostly love this once it's behind us - say, in May - but there is a certain pride that comes with living in an area that averages 115 inches of snow/year.

Pamela Hearon: I love January because I get to head South!  My husband and I have a small home in Florida where we go for the winter.  We leave Illinois usually a few days after Christmas (after the kids have gone home) and try to be at our home-away-from-home by New Year's Eve.  We've made wonderful friends in Florida, so it's great fun to be able to start the new year with them ... like going to summer camp for three months!

Nan Dixon's 'grown up' twins!
Nan Dixon's 'little' twins!

Nan Dixon: There's nothing like a new start to a year.  And January is my twins' birthday--and wasn't that a lovely gift to have!  Here's one of my favorite RETRO pictures of them!  And then how they've grown!

Vicki Essex: For me, January is the post-holiday reboot period, the "Relaunch Vicki is Safe Mode" screen that comes up after a month of financial and gastronomical bingeing and my body's inevitable crash. It's a period of cleansing and planning and trying to sort things out for the rest of the year. And there's usually just enough time there to gear up for Lunar New Year, or holiday binge part deux.

Mary Sullivan: January works well for me as an opportunity to hibernate, especially after all of the hubbub around the holiday season. I hunker down and get a lot of writing done. One of my favourite things is to sit in my cozy home reading a good book or doing puzzles while there's a storm raging outside. January is a time for counting my blessings. Wishing all a very wonderful 2016!

Wednesday, January 13, 2016

Adventuring We Go

Kris Fletcher

This week, I delivered my third son to the airport for the biggest adventure of his life thus far. He's embarking on a six-month co-op position in Peru, in a town not far from Machu Pichu. His excitement over this journey was something wonderful to see, even if I was watching through those damned Mama tears.

All my children are eager travelers, ready and willing to explore new lands, see new sights and hear new sounds. My boys, especially, are undaunted by the differences and challenges they might encounter. I think a lot of this might be due to the fact that when we adopted our first daughter from China, we took all three boys with us. In China, EVERYTHING was different, from the food to the facilities. (Ahem.) My suspicion is that at some level, the boys know that no place they could visit will ever challenge them that same way. (Or treat them as rock stars, which is what happened to our very very blonde third son.)

 I try to blame - er, attribute this to my husband's influence. (There's a reason his nickname is Travel Agent Ken.)  But the fact is that back in the day, Mom had a bit of an adventurous streak herself. I give you Exhibit A:
When I was 18 - just a couple of years younger than the child now in Peru, though I was a lot less prepared than he is - I took part in an exchange program called Canada World Youth. For eight months, the folks in the picture were my family. Half of them hailed from Canada. The other folks were from Guyana. We spent four months in each country, volunteering in various agricultural and social service facilities, learning about each others' worlds, and getting an idea of what it means to step outside your comfort zone.

It was an amazing, life-changing experience. And while I couldn't understand it at the time, now, of course, I can comprehend what a huge step it was for my parents to let me take part in this exchange. My parents lived in the same small Southern Ontario town where they had been born. Other than one aunt, who moved to California, all of their relatives lived within a twenty-mile radius. Our idea of a huge adventure was to drive two hours north to stay at a cottage for a week.

And yet they let me go to Guyana. Before cell phones, smart or not. Before Skype. Before home computers and Facebook and the flight trackers that let me follow my son's progress in real time.

Oh, and did I mention that a month after we arrived in Guyana, this small South American country was abruptly catapulted to the attention of the whole world thanks to this little incident known as the Jonestown Massacre?

My poor, poor parents.

I survived, obviously, though I don't know if my parents ever forgave me for putting them through that. The odds are that my son will also have an amazing, life-changing experience in Peru. (Preferably without any massacres, thank you very much.) I guess I will have to take some of the blame - er, the credit - for him being so ready and willing to head out on this adventure.

Which reminds me ... I never talked to him about the cockroaches ....

I know what you're thinking: which one of that motley crew is me? Take your best guess. If you guess correctly, you could win a $10 gift card to the online book store of your choice. (If there's more than one correct guess, the winner will be determined by a random drawing of all those who got it right.) Prize to be awarded January 21. Good luck!

Monday, January 11, 2016

It's Freezing Here! I Want to go Back to the Caribbean!

It was twelve below zero this morning.  Hard to get out of bed on days like this.  Even the cat cuddled up with me.  Or he might have been trying to get me out of bed to feed him.

What a difference a year makes.  Only a year ago I was packing for a Caribbean cruise with my sister.  With humid 90s as the norm, we lived in shorts and swimsuits during the day. 

And we had a blast.  My hubby had always said he wouldn’t take a cruise and my sister’s husband was working with the North Dakota legislature, so we set off together – or rather we met in San Juan.  She booked her flight through Atlanta and I went through New York.  Our flight from Minneapolis to New York was almost an hour and half late, but the flight attendants assured us they would hold our next plane.  That was because almost a third of the people on the plane were heading out on the cruise.  (That says something about our weather in Minnesota.)

The trip was amazing.  Sailing out of Puerto Rico we visited five different islands, getting all the way down to Grenada which is close to Venezuela.  (I learned all about nutmeg on Grenada and wrote it about on the blog last year.)  And I was ready for relaxing.  I’d just released SOUTHERN COMFORTS Book 1 in the Fitzgerald House series last December.  And just last month I released Book 2- A SAVANNAH CHRISTMAS WISH.  I’m mentally ready for another wonderful trip—but I have Book 4 due at the end of February, so I need to keep my fingers on the keyboard.

I had never really known how some of the islands became US territories.   What I did find out was that the US purchased islands from the Dutch during WWI to make sure that if Germany took over Denmark, they couldn’t build submarine bases in the Caribbean. 

I’d been on a short cruise to the Bahamas before.  On that cruise I was seasick, compliments of a leading edge of a hurricane.  But we had smooth sailing on the Celebrity Summit.  And they treated us like royalty.  They even had Prosecco at the coffee bar, my wine of choice.  Our cabin attendant was so much fun.  He was only supposed to make towel animals on formal nights, but since we were so enchanted, he did then every night!


I went snorkeling for the first time and got maybe a little too up close and personal with sharks the second time we snorkeled in a
bay on St Thomas.  There were three nurse sharks hanging around as we snorkeled.  On that same tour we watched thousands of fiddler crabs converge on chocolate bars.  So much fun.

On our day at sea we indulged in facials and massages.  Every meal on board was fabulous and they were very, very careful with my allergies, even calling other restaurants we attended to let them know what I couldn’t eat.  It was heavenly!  I felt very pampered and spoiled.

So here’s my question—what's your favorite way to be pampered?

Friday, January 8, 2016

Introducing the Templeton Cove Stories…by Rachel Brimble

It’s great to be here today and have the chance to tell our lovely readers a little bit about my fictional UK seaside town of Templeton Cove. HER HOMETOWN REDEMPTION is book 5 set in this small town that I have come to know and love as a real place.

It has always been a dream of mine to write a series of books set in the same small town…due to my obsession with many Nora Roberts series, Jill Shalvis’ Lucky Harbor series and Robyn Carr’s Virgin River series. All of these books influenced my love of small town romances and the dream of creating a huge cast of characters.

The debut book in the Templeton Cove series is Finding Justice. When my agent submitted this book to Harlequin, I was already writing book two, A Man Like Him, with the hope both books would be the start of a series. These books were soon contracted…you can imagine my hysteria when Harlequin offered me a contract for a further three! (What Belongs To Her & Christmas At The Cove and Her Hometown Redemption)

All the books can be read stand-alone and are a mix of mainstream romance and romantic suspense stories. I have some main recurring characters that pop up in, if not all, of the books. The most popular of these characters with me, and my readers, is the town’s matriarch, Marian Cohen. She’s feisty, fun and has a heart big enough to hold the whole world – she’s the oracle, the person all the young hero and heroines…and secondary characters, go to when they need help, comfort or advice. She is a joy to write every time!

The more Templeton Cove books I release, the more people seem to enjoy them. I love the Cove and its residents so much, I’m not entirely sure when I will ever consider the series finished but, for now, I’m just enjoying the ride.

If you like small-town romance, with a cast of quirky, fun and sentimental characters with lots of laughter, tears, suspense and adventure, I’d love you to give Templeton Cove a try!

Templeton Cove Trailer…

Here’s hoping you’ll want to get to know all the Cove residents better. Happy reading!

Sunday, January 3, 2016

It's a Party! (Tara Taylor Quinn)

Today, Sunday, January 3rd, at 5:45 pm EST, I will be a guest of fellow Superromance author, Janet Lee Nye, at her Facebook Party!  The Superromance editors are giving away a grand Prize pack, including vintage cover notepads.  I have a couple of sets of them and love them!!

I will be giving away one set, that's SIX books, of my Where Secrets Are Safe series - books 1 - 6 - in eBook format.  If you can't make the party, you can still enter to win the set, today only, by clicking here to sign up for my mailing list!

The new year is bringing three more books in the Where Secrets Are Safe series, starting in March with:

Pre-Order Now!

His First Choice follows in May and The Promise He Made Her in July.  And I ended 2015 with a new Superromance contract to write another three books in the series for2017!!  I love it in Santa Raquel and am so blessed that so many of you do, too! 

And there's more reason to party!!  Starting this month, Superromance Print books are once again available for purchase on Amazon!

I'm looking forward to a Super year with all of you.  And hope that we all remind each other, every chance we get, to look for the good as it is always present.  The more we look for good, shine lights on it, the more good we'll have. 

Friday, January 1, 2016

January 2016 New Releases!

Lisa Dyson

In love we trust… 
She may have found the twin sister she never knew she had…but Charlotte Harrington also lost her mother. And now she's lost her artistic inspiration, too. Escaping to a lush tropical resort is her best shot at getting something of her own back again. She just needs to focus and somehow not let Sam Briton's guarded smile distract her.

Managing a hotel and single fatherhood puts plenty on Sam's plate, Charlotte gets that. And the suspicion in his deep blue eyes can only lead to big-time trouble for a woman who struggles with the truth. So why is she driven by the need to convince him that love is worth opening his heart?
Vicki Essex

From celebrity bachelor to…doting dad? 
Movie star Riley Lee Jackson never forgot Kat Schwinn or their beautiful night together, but he's shocked to see her on his red carpet. Pregnant. With his baby. Suspicious of her motives, Riley promises to take care of her and their child, but nothing more.

Yet Kat believes there's something real between them. So she tries to make the best of this new life that she never asked for, filled with movie premieres and paparazzi. Because she knows Riley will do right by their baby girl. And because what she wants more than anything is a Hollywood ending in Riley's arms forever.
Life in Eden Harbor
Stella MacLean

Risking it all for love 
She doesn't believe in love at first sight. But Rory MacPherson could change Peggy's mind. The instant spark between them is undeniable. He's funny, charming and a single touch from him makes her weak in the knees.

But Rory's humanitarian aid work in Haiti has taught him to live life to the fullest, and his impulsive nature is at odds with the stability Peggy loves in Eden Harbor. When Peggy's confronted with her past, having an outlook like Rory's seems impossible. But so does letting go of the perfect man…
The Cleaning Crew
Janet Lee Nye

The new guy's turning her into a hot mess! 
A difficult childhood left Sadie Martin more interested in work than anything else, including romance. But she'd be a fool not to notice that her newest employee is scorching hot. As long as he works for her, though, he's off-limits. Her company—sexy guys who clean houses—comes first. So why are Wyatt Anderson and his adorable niece always on her mind?

When attraction turns into more, suddenly everything is a lot more complicated…and, frankly, a huge mess. What Sadie and Wyatt need is a clean slate. For understanding…and love.

January 2016 Box Set

Harlequin® Superromance brings you four new novels for one great price, available now! Experience powerful relationships that deliver a strong emotional punch and a guaranteed happily ever after.

This Superromance box set includes:


SWEET ON PEGGY (Life in Eden Harbor), Stella MacLean


SPYING ON THE BOSS (The Cleaning Crew), Janet Lee Nye
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