became the level-headed one. As his four siblings fly the nest, Eric’s feet are
grounded in a plan to take over the family construction business. Goals.
Persistence. Patience. Those paid off when he went after the quiet girl of his
dreams… And someday down the line, Eric’s going to make Ginny his wife.
infamous Kingsbrier Quintuplets or the fact that his granddaddy left each of
the quints more money than God? That means nothing because Ginny’s seen the
courage of an accepting boy who has given her life stability since her father
died. Yet, Ginny’s uncertain how they’ll manage to stay together when she
leaves for college. Will Eric still want her four years from now?
her deceit become the roadblock that tears them apart or the stepping stone to
a different life neither had imagined?
Eric may come from a wealthy family, but they are determined that the children will forge their own path before they inherit. Eric is the one Kingsbrier Quintuplet that is prepared to stay at home and work for the family business while Ginny, the girl that he loves, heads off to college.
Ginny loves Eric with all her heart and is worried about being away from him and maintaining a long distance relationship. When she makes a decision with far reaching consequences will it bring them together or tear them apart?
I really enjoyed watching Eric and Ginny’s relationship unfold and will be reading the rest of the series to see what happens with his siblings.
what to do or how to live. She left Kingsbrier unwilling to let the man she’s
always refused to acknowledge she loves stop her from pursuing her dreams. Now,
despite a fulfilling career as a police officer, Brier knows that something is
missing from her life. The more distance she puts between herself and her
family, the more empty she is becoming. When circumstances bring her back home,
Brier confronts the one person she’s avoided for years.
sweetheart, has never backed down from a challenge. Brier has pushed him away
more than once and Drew has given her space because he knows they’ve always
been meant to be. This time, he’s playing for keeps.
marry the woman he loves? Can Brier put her heart on the line and finally give
Drew the chance they both deserve?
Drew has loved Brier since he was a teenager and he knows that it is the forever kind of love. He shows the selfless and understanding man he is when he doesn’t try to stop Brier from leaving as he only wanted her to be happy. Now that she is back he is determined to convince her that right next to him is where she belongs. One of the best parts of this series is the family aspect that continues to escalate in each story as well as the series.
widower with a young son. She’s the boss’s daughter. The eight years that
separate their age—and the exact time that Daveigh has been away for college
and veterinary school—should have sealed their fate. Instead, Cris’s dedication
to the family business and Daveigh’s love of animals has drawn them close. Now
the pair must contend with the impending loss of a confidant they’ve shared for
close to a decade.
as deep as the one Cris has held onto. After allowing herself time to heal,
will Daveigh find strength in their friendship to return to her studies? Or
will she settle for half her dreams for the chance to be with the man she’s
always loved? After admitting to his responsibility in his wife’s death, can
Cris relinquish the past that haunts him? Or will he and Daveigh continue down
Cris is a single father with a painful past and way too much guilt to allow Davleigh in his life especially since she is the boss’s daughter. Davleigh has loved Cris for years but believes that he will never see her as more than a friend. It will take a special friend to allow them to see that what they have in each other is something that is too special to be denied. Davleigh is a woman with hidden depths and was the perfect woman to help Cris heal from his past.
expected to find that kind of happiness again—let alone at Kingsbrier… Since
she was eighteen, Daveigh Cavanaugh has never loved anyone but Kingsbrier’s
ranch manager, Cris. Their family’s roots have intertwined, giving both wings
to build the life they both deserve.
thought her momma would be the one stopping her from having the kind of wedding
day she’s always wanted.
That changed the day her momma died, leaving her to live a solitary life in a
mansion that was more like a mausoleum. Rose tried for years to get her
father’s attention, eventually finding it easier to become his source of grief
than to live in grief’s shadow. Convinced that she’s irresponsible, now Rose’s
father intends to marry her off. But she’s not letting him barter her away that
Ross Cavanaugh’s construction business is renovating the Kingsbrier
mansion and, before the job’s even started, he gets swept up in Rose’s schemes.
She’s a hot ticket and easy-going Ross enjoys their budding friendship, until
Rose proposes a marriage of convenience to solve her problem and provide Cavanaugh
Construction financial backing. Rose may not mind dragging her own reputation
through the mud, but Ross has worked too hard to be accused of fortune hunting.
When Rose gets herself in over her head, agreeing to her offer may be the only
way to save her.
note: There is sensitive matter within this story. The characters react to
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Ross owns a construction company and finds himself working on Rose’s family home. He is drawn to her and after a harrowing incident they agree to a contract marriage, but will they be able to handle the emotions that go along with it?
I really enjoyed the strength that Rose showed and Ross was the kind of guy that any girl would be lucky to have.
the truth is catching up with him. He knows it’s time to prove he’s someone his
family can be proud of.
woman like her in his life someday and is willing to let Temple teach him how
to be a better man. That is, if he can keep his heart out of the equation.
was falling for him too? And when Adam’s conscience compels him to tell the
truth about his past, will his deceit stop Temple from trusting anyone ever
This family has all the feels and this story is no exception.
stalker. I’m not afraid of him, but of men like him. So living an orderly and
private life keeps my anxiety at bay and my family out of the tabloids.
show the world. But Devon also holds me at arms length… And when he reveals the
darkest places inside of him, I can’t help wondering if he wants me at all.
bridging Adam & Colton.)
To anyone looking at Collette she appears confident and successful but inside her past has left her with doubts and insecurities that still remain with her. Devon has a painful past of his own but when fate, family and friends bring them together will they be able to help each other heal?
Hot chemistry, great characters and so much emotion.
the accident, entire parts of my life missing. Memories, my career, my leg… My
one and only best friend who has run off and gotten married. Didn’t she know I
was in love with her?
family brings Keely here to get me back on my feet. She’s regimented and won’t
put up with my lousy attitude. Sure wish Keely used the same tactics on her
daughter. That girl is out of control.
when the three of us turn into something more. The family of my own I never
thought I’d get. The life I was so sure I’d lost out on.
soul and rebuild their confidence. Except as Keely unlocks my heart, the secret
she’s kept to keep her child safe may destroy me.
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Colton survived his years of service to return home and be injured in a freak accident that not only affected him physically but emotionally as well. His concerned family don’t believe that they are helping him so they hire Ginny as his physical therapist.
What starts out as sparks of animosity turns into sparks of a more potent kind as she refuses to back down and helps him regain his fighting spirit. I wish that this series didn’t have to end but it certainly ended on a high note.
husband asked what she’d been doing all day. After five years she finally
confessed, “When no one is around, I write.”
was more like trying to get out of saying a thing. Jody’s a writer. You want it
pretty. Let’s compromise.
finish one,” he said, challenging her to complete a story and share it.
Little did he know that those words of encouragement meant they’d return from a family vacation with
a wild and defiant set of quintuplets stumbling their way through life. Wasn’t raising their three sons enough?
nowhere, Jody settled in New England for 17 years before agreeing to uproot her
brood of boys and move to North Carolina. She spends most of her time reading,
writing, and hoping that her ravenous children haven’t managed to eat all the ingredients before she