The Christmas Cat
Four heartwarming tales of Christmas cheer--and cats who play Cupid! These stories include Julie Beard's "My True Love Gave to Me" in which a woman spends Christmas Eve searching for her black cat and finds a tall dark knight; Jo Beverley's "A Gift of Light" which tells of a tenacious tom courting a fiery feline at Christmas, as his master and her mistress follow suit; Barbara Bretton's "Home for the Holidays" in which college sweethearts almost break up on Christmas Eve, but their wise old cat gets in the way; and Lynn Kurland's "The Gift of Christmas Past" in which a feline guardian angel has to pull his mistress back in time to a Christmas Eve long ago where she finds her own true love.
Love and Laughter
Three whimsical love stories, including Barbara Bretton's The Marrying Man.
To Have and To Hold
Four stories celebrate the romance, joy, excitement, and occasional mishaps that occur in the lives of women who are planning their wedding. Includes Barbara Bretton's I Do, I Do.
A Wedding in Paris
Includes We'll Always Have Paris by Barbara Bretton
After twenty-eight years of marriage, Kate and Ryan Donovan called it quits. Two years later at their daughter's wedding, they're seeing each other in a whole new light--the City of Light, where romance beckons around every corner....
And the Envelope, Please . . .
Welcome to the glamorous Reel New York Awards, where the "A" list rules and passion and egos collide!
If the Blahniks fit, wear them!
Who is the mystery woman on the arm of megastar Jack Wyatt? The tabloids are wild and so is Jack, desperate to find his Cinderella blind date -- a single mother of two turned star of her own romantic adventure.
Take the bartender's advice
Jenna Graham is helping actor Conrad Carr reconnect with his art and his life, while she mixes drinks and waits for her big break. She just hopes it's her career, not her heart!
They made beautiful pictures together
Screenwriters Lindsay Kenyon and Gavin Harvey lived, loved and lost in the Hollywood fast lane. But when they get the chance to collaborate again, will the credits roll on a love story . . . or an epic disaster?