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Emma the Matchmaker

She knows a match when she sees one, but she's clueless about her own heart.

Emma Woodhouse is happily single, though that’s never stopped her from making matches for others. Her best friend, George Knightley, thinks it’s a sure way to trouble, but what’s wrong with giving romance a little nudge?

George has been fighting his feelings for Emma for years, but with families so closely intertwined, rocking the friendship boat would complicate more than just their relationship. He won’t do that to her, or ask why she keeps cuddling up next to him on the couch to watch their favorite show at night.

When a matchmaking scheme gone wrong drives a wedge between them, the last thing they want is to face each other. But when Emma’s sister goes into labor and they’re the babysitters for the weekend, they’ll have to set aside their pride and undeniable chemistry to tackle diaper duty together.

Engaging Mr. Darcy

“Angry people are not always wise.” – Jane Austen

After a standoff in the pizza parlor, Elsie Bennet has decided Fitzwilliam “I-Throw-Fitz” Darcy is the worst customer she’s ever encountered. Also the best looking, but that’s beside the point. She’s horrified to discover Will is not just passing through her small town, he’s her new neighbor.

Will Darcy has all the money and time he could ask for, and yet life never seems to meet his expectations. When his best friend, Charlie, starts dating Jane Bennet, Will becomes their unhappy third-wheel. The solution? Bring along Jane’s sister, Elsie, a girl who challenges him, makes him laugh, plagues his thoughts, and unfortunately, hates his guts.


Will might control a lot of things, but he won’t control her. Elsie’s already been warned away by her new friend, Jeff Wickham, who found out the hard way that Will is not someone to be crossed. Things would be so much simpler if she was attracted to Jeff. But she’s not. She’s attracted to Will, and the tug-o-war between her mind and her heart is going to drive her mad.

Anonymously Yours (A Change in Plans - Book 3)

When do you risk a friendship that means everything, for a chance at something more?

After being burned by a bad relationship, Ashley Parker feels like her life is on hold. Dating again is too scary, and the one guy she trusts the most in the world has a girlfriend, and a complicated life he couldn’t possibly want her a part of. But when a secret admirer starts leaving gifts on her desk at work, the small, thoughtful tokens make her wonder if maybe it’s time to try again.

Chase Reynolds is pathetically in love with his coworker Ashley, and there’s absolutely nothing he can do about it. He knows she relies on their friendship, and the fear of rejection has always kept him from the words he longs to say. But after hearing their department’s about to be eliminated, Chase comes up with a bold plan. He’s hoping his shot at happily-ever-after won’t mean losing her forever.



Better with You (A Change in Plans - Book 2)

Paige Parker has no time for romance. She’s too busy building up her house-flipping business. But when a charming guy comes between her and the house she wants, Paige is a little more torn than she expected. For a girl who’s always gone with her firm business sense, she’s not sure how to trust her heart.

When it comes to dating, Shaun Randall is not about to get serious with anyone. He has his mother to take care of and enough family secrets to keep him running from any girl who gets too close. Spending time with Paige starts out as a means to get the house he wants, but every time he thinks it’s time to bail, he finds himself drawn in a little more.

When is it worth taking a chance on love?


The Start of Us (A Change in Plans - Book 1)

When Corrie Windsor's roommate dies in a car accident, she leaves behind her four-year-old daughter, Ella. Corrie loves the little girl and hopes to adopt her, but instead, she’ll have to stand by while Ella’s uncle steps in to take custody. If things aren’t awkward enough, there’s a chemistry between them that neither wants to acknowledge.

Preston Ford can’t imagine instant parenthood, especially considering he just chickened out of proposing to his girlfriend. However, once he meets Ella, there’s no other choice. The time he spends with her and Corrie solidifies an alliance between the three of them, a plan to give Ella the stability she needs. But reality can sometimes turn the best of plans upside down.

With more than one heart hanging in the balance, how long can their platonic teamwork really last? Romance has never been this complicated.

Not in the Plan

You can plan anything, except how you feel.

Rebecca Scott can’t wait to start her new job as an assistant wedding planner, until she comes face to face with her new boss, and former best friend, Jay. Ten years ago, she dropped him because her fiancĂ© asked her to. Now, he’s looking at her like she’s the worst person in the world, and maybe she is. Because Jay was right all along. She picked the wrong guy.

Jay Daniels had no idea his new assistant would be his former best friend, Rebecca. He’d give anything to get over his feelings for her, especially since they have to work so closely. Friendship is not an option anymore. Not for him, anyway. Jay’s determined to keep things professional and be just her boss, but the more he’s around her, the more he remembers why he fell so hard for her in the first place.



  

 
Matchmaker for Hire

After her political marriage implodes, Alison Taylor avoids the world, only venturing out to help her best friend participate in a reality matchmaking show. Alison thinks the whole thing is a bad idea, especially when the show's host is the horrible Dale Bernard, a former gossip hound who used to mock her for a living. She vows to watch him like a hawk and keep her friend from getting hurt.

Dale Bernard regrets all insults and jokes he used to fling around, but Alison Taylor deserves his apologies the most. When they meet unexpectedly, he hopes to make amends, especially when he can't deny the pull he feels towards her. Putting her friend on his show might be going too far, but seeing Alison again is too much of a temptation.

Alison can’t believe Dale keeps showing up at her house, pretending he needs her help. She shouldn’t enjoy spending time with him, but she does. And she definitely should keep it a secret, but prying eyes want to know…



Bethany thought she was prepared for aggressive cameras and competitive flirting. But Real Love is a show like no other. They’re putting the real back in reality TV, from the shabby digs, to the household chores. The provided wardrobe is a collection of the worst fashion trends of all time. And the men, while handsome, are all ex-boyfriends of the female contestants. They’ve even mined her background check and brought on Todd, the last person in the world she wants to mingle with while sporting ‘mom’ jeans.

Things aren’t all bad. Her new buddy Tyson has her back, and Bethany can’t take her eyes off the gorgeous and mysterious Carter, a guy who goes out of his way to spend time with her, despite the clingy ex that never leaves his side. She knows right away she’ll have to protect her heart, because on a show like this, the worst thing might be actually falling in love…

The Stand-in Christmas Date

Looks can be deceiving...

Alyssa Owens is used to getting talked into crazy things by her lookalike cousin, but pretending to be her so she doesn’t have to break a date is ridiculous. Reluctantly, she agrees to the scheme—spend twenty minutes with the guy, wear sunglasses to maintain the ruse, make sure he believes she’s interested so her cousin can have him back when she returns to town after New Year’s, then make an excuse to leave. At least, that was the plan.

It doesn’t take Wes Fielding long to figure out that this isn’t the same girl he met at a speed dating event. After all, as a cop, he’s trained to study faces. But if this isn’t her, who is it, and why does she have to be so funny and easy to talk to? To unravel the mystery, he decides to play along, but the more he gets to know her, the harder it is not to wish for a happy ending rather than the humiliating one they now face.



Shocked at a public marriage proposal after a quick summer romance, Sara Jensen is more than ready to leave it behind her and run off for a new semester at Eastern Arizona College. No one will have to know what happened. Not even her roommates. The only problem? Her handsome new neighbor is the brother of the guy she just turned down.

Matt Constanello returns from his mission ready for college life and dipping his toe back into the dating pool. It's just his luck that the girl who captures his attention wants nothing to do with him. Especially after she finds out she's not the first girl to come between the Constanello brothers. Matt knows he should leave well enough alone, but he can't help wanting to try.

Sara's sure everything would be okay if they just avoided each other, but Matt’s not playing along. He's working his way into her life as a friend and jogging partner, but it’s clear he wants more. The question is, what does she want? And can she stop running long enough to find out?