Sloan McCullough is the last McCullough standing. The recluse with the erroneous reputation for being a lothario who flits from town to town, job to job, woman to woman, is anything but that. His family is right about one thing. He is determined to never get married. Until he meets beautiful motorcyclist Eve Rossen. Despite its being hate at first sight, they cannot deny their mutual attraction.
After finally tracking down the woman with the voice that has been haunting him for five years, Rain MacKenzie is desperate to meet Mairi McCullough. He crashes a McCullough family wedding to do it. Their attraction is instantaneous. There is no turning back. He wants the folk and big band music singer as his opening act. But his label disagrees with the rock star. Someone has to give. Or change.
Kayleigh McCullough Burnett is horrified when her grandmother signs her up for a cooking workshop with a celebrity chef. Little does she know, her eccentric grandmother has a hidden agenda. But what the old woman doesn't realize is that Kayleigh has preconceived ideas about the chef who is not what he seems. Their attraction is undeniable, but can they get past their assumptions about the other?
While Allie McCullough Jameson is looking for her Mr. Right before she moves home to her beloved country village, Gabe Barrett, the most perfect man she has ever met, appears on a San Francisco street corner. The attraction is intense and mutual. However, there is one problem that Allie cannot overcome. The hot bookstore owner happens to be one of her older sister's ex-lovers.
When Aidan McCullough Jameson takes a picture of Jamie Miller on a San Francisco street, she is terrified that her past has caught up with her. Once she realizes that the man is actually her friend Allie's twin brother, she allows him into her life. But building a future together is a challenge. They both need to overcome their pasts and learn to trust again, not only each other, but themselves
Emma Hartley has loved Morgan McCullough since she was seven and he was eleven. He was, after all, her hero. He defended her honor--and punched a classmate for bullying her. But Morgan has only seen her as his little sister's best friend. But now she is home after college and is all grown up. It is time to tell him how she feels. There is only one problem. He is about to propose to another woman.
When best-selling author Kieran McCullough Burnett unwittingly steals a parking space from artist Brynn Sullivan, it is hate at first sight. However, when Kieran's eccentric world-famous artist grandmother and their undeniable chemistry play a hand in bringing the two anti-marriage artists together, fighting the concept of love and marriage becomes far more challenging.
When Trent Montgomery first sees Dr. Megan McCullough sitting across the room with her hair clipped back in an uptight bun and her nose in a book, he is fascinated. Little does he know that when he struts across the pub and sets down his beer beside her cup of tea, that the doc is anything but appalled by his mud-caked jeans. Much to her dismay, Megan is attracted to the cocky rugby player.
When Ryan Salvatore returns home from Italy to run his family's winery in California, Kelly McCullough Burnett's world is turned inside out. He tells her he has returned for one reason--to get her back. When he confesses the real reason he let her go when he was eighteen and she was sixteen, her heart melts all over again. He may have won her love, but he needs to prove he's worthy of her trust.
When Christopher Newell first sees Anne McCullough Jameson dance across a stage in San Francisco, life as he knows it changes. Anne is undeniably attracted to the photographer, but due to her belief that she cannot be her free-spirited self and in a serious relationship, she is determined to have a torrid affair with him. But Chris wants a lot more than an affair so it becomes a dance of wills.
Alex McCullough Jameson knows he messed up again. He's back in San Francisco, trying to care about his law practice. All he can think about is the girl-next-door, the stallion-taming cowgirl he left behind. Cassie Callahan is furious--not only at Alex because he had the nerve to visit his family and stir up old feelings, but at herself because after all these years, she is still in love with him.
Matthew McCullough is in denial. He claims he wants nothing to do with Arielle Bradford. He tries to convince his overgrown family of meddling cousins to let him be the bachelor he is determined to be. The problem is convincing himself. When Arielle comes to town to help with her best friend Sophie's wedding, she sees through Matt's feigned indifference. Their attraction is undeniable.
Tough cowgirl, Skye McCullough, returns home to work in the family pub. Riding horses and flirting with cowboys is safe. But when journalist Nick Callen moves to her village in the California countryside, to work side by side with Skye, her heart is tugged in a perilous direction. It takes the determined writer several months and her family's help and learning to ride a horse to win her heart.
The moment he sees her picture, Sean McCullough is smitten. She is dancing in a field of wildflowers with daisies in her hair. Only one thing stops her from being perfect. She is engaged to his cousin. Sophie Weldon dislikes him the moment he opens his mouth. When her fiancé brings her to Canden Valley to meet his family, Sean is the only McCullough who does not greet her with open arms.
Jenny McNair, part-time and reluctant PI, is settling into life on her island in the Pacific Northwest. Her peaceful life is interrupted by the plaintive cry from a remote island. She soon discovers and rescues three abandoned dogs as well as a teenage boy on the run from corrupt cops. In the third book in the series, she saves the young boy, solves an art theft, and finds a new love interest.
Winnie's Web begins when Jenny McNair moves into the craftsman cottage that she has inherited from her beloved bohemian great aunt, Winnie. The day she arrives in her new home on beautiful Anamcara Island in the Pacific Northwest, Jenny digs up a skeleton in her rose garden.
Jenny delves into her aunt's diaries and old letters. She discovers a lot more than the identity of the body in her garden.
Against the backdrop of Scottish pubs, ferry boat rides, Puget Sound Islands, lawyer bashes, elegant fundraisers, and lavish funerals laden with coffee bars, Jenny McNair Campbell unravels the truth of Amy Morrison's life as well as her death. She also realizes some truths about her own life.
In the first book in the series, Jenny's Scottish detective father involves her in yet another case.
Daniel Marsh finds a walrus calf that has washed up on a nearby beach on the harsh coast of Alaska. He is not able to save her on his own, but because they have bonded, he has to remain a part of her life in order for her to survive. He helps care for her at the nearby zoo, but soon has to fly with her to a marine park in Southern California. But most difficult is when it's time to let her go.