Any Way You Slice It -Book 1
Sometimes you have to bend the rules to get what you want.
Piper Adams has one month to find a husband, and get a green card, or be kicked out of the country just when her chain of food trucks selling Australian style pies is about to start making some serious money.
Aaron is an ambitious lawyer keen to make partner but his Boston law firm only promotes lawyers who are married.
A marriage of convenience could solve both their problems if they keep it strictly business but convincing everyone else that this is true love while trying to convince themselves that it isn’t is a sure recipe for trouble. All the kissing and touching sets the heat rising faster than the pies in Piper’s kitchen.
If you like romantic comedies, gondola rides and happy endings you’ll love Any Way You Slice It.
Any Way You Dream It – An Upper Crust Novel – Book 2.
Sometimes when life throws you lemons, you create a fake fiancé.
Lucy didn’t mean to lie but with nowhere to live except a clapped-out car attending her school reunion alone is not an option.
Chase is the answer to her dilemma and for reasons Lucy can’t fathom, he agrees to be her date. The man is too good to be true – he fixes her car, takes her to stay at his place – more castle than house – and seems to find her fascinating.
He turns out to be the perfect choice and in the month leading up to the reunion makes himself an indispensable part of her life, which may be the biggest problem of all.
Will her ‘romance’ with Chase be turn out to be the answer to her dreams or will the whole sham turn into just another nightmare?
If you believe that success if the best revenge, family comes first and opposites attract then you’ll love Any Way You Dream It.
Any Way You Fight It – Book 3
Sometimes helping other people find love is much easier than finding it for yourself.
Successful realtor, Cherie seems to be the only person she knows not dating and it’s time to get some skin in the game.
Cherie had the perfect love once, in Luke, or so she had thought, but that was a long time ago. Now all she needs to do is balance what she wants (a Luke-alike) with the demands of her crazy Italian family (a good, Catholic Italian boy).
Luke is back in town and he and Cherie have some unfinished business. Despite what her Nona’s visions predict they both have history to deal with before they can move on.
Can Cherie and Luke make peace with their pasts and look forward to a new life together? Or will this be the final good-bye?
If you like second chances, well-meaning friends and big crazy families you’ll love Any Way You Fight It.
Any Way You Plan It – Book 4
Sometimes a teenage kiss stays with you long after the prom is over.
Ten years down the track Marissa really needs to move on and get over Mike. She updates her wardrobe and her attitude and rediscovers the part of herself that likes to dance until dawn.
Mike wants Marissa to be happy but watching her flirt – and worse – start dating again has him rethinking his plan to remain in the friend zone.
Is this a case of not knowing what you’ve got until it’s gone? And if so what is Mike prepared to do to get Marissa back when the whole town seems to be offering advice. Will Marissa and Mike get their happily ever after or is it a case of too little too late?
If you like small town romances, being snowed in and dancing the night away you’ll love Any Way You Plan It.