Clean Slate Multi-Author Series


Good Karma, Bad Billionaire

♥♥♥ Mix together one grumpy tech billionaire, a mishap-prone delivery driver, and a sassy cat for a rom com New Year’s romp! ♥♥♥

 

Marnie

Let’s be honest: last year was the pits. I lost my job, my apartment, and my boyfriend. But I’ve got a plan to turn my luck around: I’m taking my cat, Mojo, and moving back to my parents’ house to become a DoorDart driver. Doing good deeds while making deliveries is sure to create enough good karma to last the year…or it would be, if it wasn’t for one annoying billionaire who keeps getting in my way.

 

Matt

The success of my company, DoorDart, is dependent upon everything going right. So why do I have to be cursed with this menace of a woman? First, there’s the breaking and entering; next, she sets a house on fire. I’ve got to keep my eye on her; only the more time I spend in her company, the more I actually like her. By the time we make it to the launch party, I’m just hoping I will see her again…but we’ll first have to overcome a jealous employee and a company scandal that could bring it all crashing down.

 

Here’s hoping a little good karma and a lot of luck can lead to love!

Fresh Powder

WYNTER:
I've lived in Poplar Grove, Vermont, all my life.
After an ugly divorce from my high-school sweetheart, I'm finally ready to start living my best life.
That means getting all the old unwanted stuff out of my apartment and my life, from unwanted Christmas decor to old defeatist attitudes.
That means my new job, as a recently licensed real-estate agent.
That means starting over and loving myself.
Maybe letting someone else love me, too.

CAMDEN:
I'm sick of the city.
Sick of the daily commute.
Beyond sick of Internet dating.
I need a fresh start.
I choose to find my clean slate in that nice little ski resort town in Vermont I visited last year.
It's ironic that after I gave up on love, I meet
her.
Wynter.
They say when you know, you just know...

Forever Yours

He’s there on a whim. She’s there to help her aunt. They’re both missing something. Can it be each other?

“Find your Perfect Match this summer at the seaside...” The Forever Yours matchmaking agency is hosting a vacation package week in Seaview, Florida. Taking a break from her busy but unrewarding life in Chicago, Callie Winthrop has come to town to find respite at her beloved Aunt Fran’s bed and breakfast.

When the CEO of Forever Yours – who just happens to be staying at the inn for the event – offers Callie the opportunity to attend the activities and meet the most eligible bachelors in the country, how can she say no?

Jackson Thorne, a successful Tampa contractor, can’t believe the nerve of his brother, who actually thought it was a good idea to sign him up for a matchmaking vacation this summer. Jackson acknowledges, however, that he has been avoiding commitment ever since his last relationship ended in tragedy. Hence it may actually be good for him to start dating again – much as he would hate to admit it. Maybe there’s even a chance he could meet the woman of his dreams this summer?

A Heart Assigned

♥♥♥Carlie Rose Long is in need of a clean slate…

Left behind to carry on with life after losing her husband, Felton, Carlie is drowning.

Losing the will to live, Carlie finds letters from Felton with specific instructions.

These letters will send Carlie on a journey that leads her into the arms of Hunter Shaw.

And so is Hunter Shaw.♥♥♥

Hunter drops off the radar after the love of his life dies by moving to the island where they met.

His plan is to mend his heart and learn to live again; But love was never in the plan.

When he learns of Felton’s death, he remembers his vow to his friend. Never open the two letters unless he dies, and one with Carlie Rose was in his presence.

Will this scavenger hunt present both Carlie and Hunter with a clean slate? Or will beginning again be too painful?

A Fresh Dose of Love

Rosie and her two girls are finally free and safe after suffering years of abuse at the hands of her husband. Having moved, and started a new life away from their past, Rosie and her girls are excited to see what their new start will bring for them.


Daniel has split from his childhood sweetheart after twenty years. All he needs in his life now is his two children whom he successfully co-parents with his ex-wife. That is until he meets his daughter’s new best friend’s mum.


Can Daniel help Rosie rebuild her confidence and show her not all men are like her ex, and they both deserve a fresh dose of love?

Making the Grade

Leslie Michaels:
I love my job. Really...I do. But sometimes I just need to take a break and relax. That's how I end up in a bar on the weekend with my bestie only to have a rude man accost me, acting like he knows me and asking me to dance with him. I shot him down. I'm not interested in what he's offering. Even though he's gorgeous and makes my heart flutter like butterflies are dancing in my chest.
I think that's the end of it. Until the following Monday morning.


Rowdy Anderson:
I hit on my son's new teacher. We moved here for a new start after my divorce. It was a quiet night and my ex in-laws were in town to see my son so I was just trying to let off a little steam.
Which led to me thinking that the most beautiful woman in the bar. I actually thought that my cousin, the fire chief, fixed us up. Turns out it was someone else.
After apologizing repeatedly, I ask her out but there's a school policy that staff can't date parents. So we hang out whenever we can with my cousin and her best friend. I've never had so much fun and my son is thriving in our new town.
There's only one problem. I want the one thing I can't have. Leslie's heart.

Freedom in Friday Harbor

Will the 4th of July fireworks light the way to freedom from the past and perhaps the blossoming of new love for Summer and Ace in Friday Harbor?

Seattle marketing specialist Summer Connelly welcomes the assignment to supervise the construction of a company float for the annual 4th of July parade in Friday Harbor, WA. Not only will it be a chance to prove her leadership skills to her boss, but an opportunity for a much-needed escape, especially since she hasn’t taken any time off since her divorce was finalized over a year ago.

Ace Lockhart works himself to the bone at his Portland contracting company, but something in his life feels off. When doctors tell him his elderly father has taken a turn for the worse, he heads to Friday Harbor to be with the old man, simply because no one else in the family will even speak to him.

As fate would have it, Summer’s plans for the parade look like they could go up in smoke before any fireworks are even set off. Can Ace be the ticket to light at the end of the tunnel? Will their days together lead to fireworks in more ways than one?

Falling in Love Again

Graduating from high school was supposed to be the best night of my life. My best friend, Brooke, and I had planned out the next four years of college, the boyfriends, frat parties, and countless memories to last us a lifetime.

Never once had we considered that one of us might not make it to college.

When Brooke dies in a head-on collision, I’m left to navigate the next four years alone. Every dream we had whispered about in the dark of our bedrooms had been stolen from us.

Surviving college is my only goal. Wake up, go to class, work, study, repeat. I don’t make time for friends, parties, or even boys. And when the four-year anniversary of her death comes, I struggle under the guilt of not making sure she got home safely that night.

I know I can’t face another day; I can’t live in a world without Brooke. When the voices in my head become too much, Peter Westerman, the boy I always thought wanted to date my best friend, saves the day.

When I’m drowning in my misery, the pieces of my soul floating around me, will he be enough to save me, or will I push him away because I’m too lost in my misery?

Falling Inn Place

With the New Year comes hope for a better one. A clean slate, if you will, to leave the past behind and start fresh. For these characters, that’s exactly what they intend to do. They’re not running away; they’re running toward something new.

After losing my boyfriend – no great loss, my job – I hated it, and – sure to follow because of the previous statement — my apartment, it feels as if a dark cloud has taken up permanent residence over my head. However, in order, good riddance, not that upset, and my neighbors have never heard the term inside voices. When asked what I want to do, I can’t answer because I have no clue. Thankfully, fate does. Starting a business with my cousin in a new town might be exactly what we both need. I wasn’t counting on it to give me a future in more ways than one when it brings Zane Adams into my path.

My family is great. My company is, too. Meanwhile, I’m okay. That’s not a testament as to my character, merely to my personal life. More aptly, lack of it. Living in a smallish town, it’s hard to find a woman that hasn’t dated at least one person you know. So, I quit looking long ago. A situation I’d made peace with or so I thought until meeting one of two new residents. Juleah Reeves is…You know, I could list so many descriptors but the main label that resonates within me? Mine.

Destined For You

A Small Town, Ex-Military Romance

Jackson buried himself in his ranch after finding his ex-fiancée and his best friend making out the morning of his wedding.

Two years later, he’s grumpy, a loner, and he doesn’t trust easily.

When Ashley shows up on his ranch needing a job in the middle of horse breeding season, Jackson knows he can’t send her away. She has the skills he needs.

But when she begins stirring up feelings in him he thought he buried the day of his wedding, will he keep her on, or will he drive her from town?

**This book can be read as a standalone and ends in a happily ever after.

 

Spin-Off available in The Right Play Anthology.