Song Bird's Joy
Lark Dubois is an up and coming classical French singer. After finding her long-lost dad in the United States, Lark is shattered when she witnesses his murder only months later. Uncover and alone, Lark, disguised as Sarah Reeves, puts her life on hold to find her dad's murderer and bring him to justice. Along her journey, she runs into Isaac Kyle, the handsome homicide detective on her dad's case. A mutual attraction grows as they get to know each other, only Isaac thinks she is a simple college student, not a witness to a man's murder. Can she fight her growing attraction to him? Or should she come clean?
Isaac Kyle is a homicide detective for the Santa Barbara Police Department. He is intrigued by the beautiful woman, Sarah, his younger brother, Shane, befriends at college. Isaac's intuition is telling him to keep his distance, but his heart won't listen. Between the stack of murder cases piling up on his desk and the mysterious Sarah, he doesn't have the strength to resist her. Can he trust her? Or should he listen to the warning voice in his head that says she isn't what she seems?
THE POPSTAR NEXT DOOR
Aurora needed a break. The expectations of her career and the demands of her mom were drowning her. Despite voicing her needs no one around her would listen. It was time to take matters into her own hands. Aurora lays out a flawless plan and hops in her car to enjoy a much-needed break from her life as a chart-topping pop star.
Liam was not part of the plan yet when he walked into her life, she couldn’t ignore him. A pastor in a small town she was hiding in, she found herself drawn to him. He loves God, is caring and selfless, and devastatingly handsome but there was no way he will want anything to do with her when he finds out who she was. When he realizes that she wasn’t the girl next door, that her life wasn’t simple or uncomplicated. Could he love her if he knew who she really was?
Big Sky Love
Abigail simply went to Montana to spend the summer with her beloved grandma at the request of her mom. Although she loved Montana and only had fond memories of her summers there, she had no plans to stay. She had a position at her family's law firm waiting for her. She certainly had no plans to fall for her grandma's ranch foreman, Ben. Ben was all the things she was looking for in a man except for the fact he was dating someone else. How would she protect her heart, honor God, and work side by side with him all summer?