A time-travel romance by award-winning novelist, Beth Barany.
When a thunderstorm transports software expert Rose Waldman to thirteenth century France, she meets hunky stonemason Julien, who is secretly creating a gargoyle in defiance of his master mason. Can independent gadget loving Rose trust her life and heart to Julien, and can she really never go home again?
What if falling in love put the life you cherished in jeopardy? Dahlia, a Santa’s Elf, has 21 days left before Christmas to create the best toy in the world without using magic or revealing her true identity. Will her innocent Christmas fling help her or land her in trouble?
Sarah Redman, a bank project manager, wants adventure in her life. Trainer extraordinaire, Josh Kleine, needs to pull off a successful presentation at a Paris conference to land more clients and save his company. Together they may hold the key to the strange disasters striking the City of Lights. Can Sarah unravel the secrets of the city and of her heart in time to save them all?
French MBA grad Lili Grenault needs to succeed at her pitch meeting to fund her international green tech business. San Francisco investor Brett Barnaby wants to find his great-grandfather's gravesite in Amiens, France, a primary battle sites of World War I. Can these two independent freethinkers work together to prevent chaos from triumphing and find love in time in the labyrinth of roses.
Florian MacMillian needs a final job to complete his baking resume—preferably a job where he’s unlikely to blow things up with his unruly magic—before returning to the North Pole and taking his rightful place as Master Baker to all the elves. Kate Delore desperately needs help in her fast-growing cupcake business. Florian is a perfect fit, until things heat up between them.
Travel to worlds where anything is possible—time travel to Medieval France; a cute Santa’s elf hiding in plain sight in San Francisco; a mystery under the city of Paris that only love can unlock; and, love, destiny, and a labyrinth.
Four romance novellas plus bonus short story in the TOUCHSTONE series by award-winning novelist, Beth Barany.