7 stories by Melange Books authors about love, romance and good by authors Jody Vitek, Nancy Pennick, Sue Gesing, Amy Hahn, Gisele Margaux, J. A. Noelle, and Nancy Pirri More
Beer Bun Beau by Jody Vitek Returning to Minnesota after a decade in Chicago, Allie Shepard is committed to helping her ailing grandmother. Introduced to Jackson Weber at a New Year’s Eve party, her beer buns win over his daughter’s taste buds and his sweet kiss under the mistletoe wins over her long-chilled heart.
Chili Warmed Her Heart by Nancy Pennick Kass Walker is a busy marketing executive living in Chicago. She doesn’t have time to date, relying on an app to do it for her. When an old high school crush steps back into her life, he brings up old memories of what could have been. Unexpected feelings rise to the surface. Will her well-guarded secret finally be exposed?
Miss Evergreen’s Plum Pudding Surprise by Amy Hahn Miss Evergreen Cunning fell in love with Captain Pershing Ganville the day they contrived a prank involving flaming plum pudding and firecrackers. Now, she’s a woman dreaming of marriage and he’s a wounded soldier. Evergreen’s plan: bake plum pudding to unleash memories of their childhood, unlocking and healing Pershing’s heart.
A Chicken Tale by Sue Gesing Molly Gilson is not a happy woman. Her life seems dull and she fears she is losing the connection with her husband. Then Molly sees an ad for the house of their dreams. There’s only one problem. It’s in New Mexico and she lives in Ohio. Can Molly make a tremendous move and hope her husband comes along? Or will she start a new life with new friends and a possible love interest? One little chicken dish may make the difference.
Tea and Scones by Gisele Margaux Rhea knows she’s not good marriage material. With a love of tea strong enough to risk her social standing, love seems impossible. That is, until she meets Jasper.
Prepared with a Pinch of Stardust by J. A. Noelle After sharing a childhood filled with dreams of being a chef and a writer, Megan and Jake find true romance to be much more difficult than the puppy love of their youth. When career ambitions begin pulling the two lovers in opposite directions, will their chemistry be enough to save the dreams of the future they built together?
Stir Fried Love by Nancy Pirri Hayley Sook Park is instantly attracted to Mark Arcand. Mark is equally attracted to Hayley. Besides, he’s never tasted better cooking than her Korean culinary delights at her family’s restaurant, Kimchi House. Can two people from very different worlds find love together and acceptance from their families?