Kelly Moran is a best-selling & award-winning romance author of enchanting ever-afters. She is a RITA Finalist, Catherine Award-Winner, a Readers' Choice Finalist, an Award of Excellence Finalist, and a Holt Medallion Finalist, plus she earned one of the 10 Best Reads by USA TODAY's Lifestyle blog. Kelly's been known to say she gets her ideas from everyone and everything around her and there's always a book playing out in her head. No one who knows her bats an eyelash when she talks to herself. Her interests include: sappy movies, MLB, NFL, driving others insane, and sleeping when she can. She is a closet coffee junkie and chocoholic, but don't tell anyone. She resides in Wisconsin with her three sons and her hound dog. Most of her family lives in the Carolinas, so she spends a lot of time there as well. She loves connecting with her readers.
She's no one's version of ever-after...
Amy Woods is anything but a calming presence. Though she's unbelievably gorgeous and about the only person who can drag a laugh from him, Nakos Hunt has never been able to understand her. Then a moment changes everything, and an urgent need to protect her rises inside him. And doesn't let go.
From bestselling & award-winning author Kelly Moran comes two heartwarming stories of love, friendship, and the ties that bind. Featuring both Seasmoke Friends books, Summer's Road and Winter's Path, in one set.
Declan O’Leary’s family is cursed. For the past one-hundred years, bad things happen if they fall in love. So Declan lives his life one woman at a time. Until he meets Lily Durand and he finds himself wishing for a forever that can never be. Yet their fate encounter and one week of bliss just might be enough to turn his luck around.
*Featured in the SHEER LUCK book*
A "Must Read" on USA Today's HEA list!
His best friend...His muse...His fantasy...
Billionaire photographer Noah Caldwell has spent ten years biding his time for the chance to tell his best friend Raven Crowne the truth. He wants her.
Best Books Award Finalist!
Offering forgiveness is hard, especially when that person needing it most is herself. And she's discovering the important things in life are about the people along her journey, not the destination.
This charming and enchanting children's story relays a powerful message of friendship, forgiveness, and how the physical differences between us do not make us who we are as an individual. Featured in Grand Magazine as Kids Book of the Week.