Stories that make you feel, think & dream…
More surprising than being a father
Is what it takes to be a dad
Nicholas Weller is stunned to discover the adorable baby abandoned in the middle of his art gallery is his son. Asking teacher Emma Blake for help is a plea of desperation—he barely knows her, after all—and clearly, she has her own misgivings. But under Emma’s tutelage, Nicholas is soon juggling diapers, formula…and unexpected feelings for her. He’s passing the lessons on fatherhood, but is he ready to graduate to family man?
Say “I do” to this collection of sweet wedding-themed romcoms from the team who brought you the USA Today Bestseller Christmas Actually!
Something Lost Something Found by Makenna Lee
When an injured dancer moves home to take over her grandmother’s wedding venue on the family’s estate, she discovers the Nashville musician who broke her heart has inherited the caretaker’s cottage, and his four-year-old son with Down syndrome is counting on him to be both dad and mom. A lost and found ring, a special child and wedding planning chaos just might lead to a new beginning.
She’s buying a husband
And he’s buying a…dog?
Veterinarian Jessica Talbot wants to build a clinic and wildlife rescue. She could access her trust fund, but there’s a caveat—to get the money, Jessica needs a husband. When she learns Officer Jake Carter needs funding to buy and train his own K-9 partner, Jessica proposes. Jake is shocked, but he agrees—only for the money. It’s the perfect plan—if only Jessica can avoid falling for her husband…and vice-versa!
Praise for Makenna’s Books
What Readers Are Saying!
“Her Second Chance Cowboy is a story of second chances and rekindled love, and it even had a bit of a mystery. I will definitely be reading more from this excellent debut author!”
“A Sheriff’s Star has the lovely cozy and comfortable elements of a good holiday story, but it was the added nuances to the individual characters, their situations, and the relationships going on that pushed this into a superb story.”
“In the Key of Family was extraordinary. It was by far the best book I read this year.
Makenna Lee sure knows how to write one heck of a story. She truly has a talent for understanding Special Needs children and putting that to paper. It’s not often you find an author who can do such a thing. I loved how she didn’t just make Cody an afterthought. Quite often the children suddenly become invisible when the romance between the Hero and Heroine start to heat up. She does such a spectacular job of blending the romance and family all together.”
“A Child’s Christmas Wish made my heart incredibly happy. I instantly fell in love with Jenny, Eric, and Lilly, drawn into this wonderful story of love and family.
Author Makenna Lee has an incredible gift for writing stories featuring children with special needs and the moms and dads who love them.
Eric and Jenny have walls to break down and obstacles to overcome to make their Christmas wishes come true—and it was a joy to be along with them on this journey.”
“The emotions in A Marriage of Benefits are so genuine, the characters so delightful, and the setting so beautiful.”
“Why did he have to look so tempting with his long legs encased in perfectly fitted denim?”
~Her Second Chance Cowboy