Chloe Dunn is well used to her chaotic, but carefree, life. She's the epitome of Irish passion, with the love life to match. But when she stumbles into a situation she doesn't know how to face, her casual approach to life is threatened and so it her casual approach to relationships.
Poppy George does not have a conventional job. She works in a world of men, which makes dating very difficult. After being dragged to a speed dating event, Poppy has to learn to confront her own ideas about men and learns she has some prejudices of her own to overcome.
Tegan Ellis feels far too normal and boring but it's safe and comfortable. There's no incentive to change anything about her life until she comes across a magazine article that gets her thinking. Welsh and wild don't really go together in her world, but perhaps she can change that and change her life while she's at it.
Melissa isn't looking for a relationship when she falls into one with a tourist she meets on the street. He isn't like anyone she's dated before and quickly, she's over her head. Melissa must decide what's important to her and where love draws the line before anyone gets hurt worse.
Three women are drawn into mysteries that blight their normal, comfortable existences. When they follow these mysteries, things begin to change for them, in ways they wouldn't have imagined.
All three of the Flower Mystery Shorts are brought together in this collection of 'Every Rose's Thorn,' 'The Heart Thief,' and 'A Lily's Garden'.
Lily's life is full of all of her favorite, comfortable things, like her shop and her garden. But when one persistent customer asks her to try something new, she isn't sure she's ready to make the necessary changes.
When Diane's flowers are cut down, she's angry. When they start appearing on her doorstep, she becomes curious. Finding the answer to the mystery takes her life down paths she never thought she'd walk again.
When Penny first meets Derek at a bar in Scotland, she doesn't think much of it. She's only in town for the night and quickly on her way back to London. But things between them pick up and she finds an unexpected source of help in him when problems with her mother arise.
Catherine has taken eight years to get over her divorce, holing up in her flat outside of Leeds. When she decides to take control of her life once more, and go back to school, her family is worried about who she might meet there. What they should have been worried about was who she already knew.
Jane has always been the type to stay to herself, content with her dog, her job and her routines. But when roses start to appear in her gym locker, the mystery brings changes to more than one area of her life.
Alexis is hardly the type to fall in love. So when she does fall, completely and inappropriately, for her boss, Alexis is the first to disapprove. She can only hope that her sister is right and that she has no idea what love really is.
Edina's been engaged for three years. But when she meets Calum by chance at an Irish wedding, all of her doubts come to the surface. She tries to put it behind her but she didn't count on Calum's persistence. Is there any such thing as a right choice when it comes to love?
Cupcakes & Cafes is a novella sequel to Kilts & Kisses featuring Kelly from Mamie’s café and her cat, Gilly, as they fight anti-social behavior and a secret nemesis! Accustomed to holding people at a distance, Kelly decides its time to let the past go and find a future in Virginia.
Ava's life seems pretty settled. But when her ambitions begin to make changes in her life, those changes start to take her further and further from the man she loves. As she struggles to decide what she really wants in life, Ava wonders if you can ever go home again.