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CHRISTMAS
Season for Miracles
Saving Christmas
Times Arrow
An Aussie Christmas Angel
Fairytale of Headley Cross
Christmas Eva
A Mummy for Christmas
Down in Yon Forest
The Hector Clause
Once Upon A Christmas
Journey to Christmas – Dec 2018

NOVELLAS
Cassie's Wedding Dress
Married By Easter
Ocean’s Apart

FLOWERS CAN BE FATAL SERIES
Carnations in January (Book 1)
Violets in February (Book2)
Daffodils in March (Book 3)
Sweet peas in April (Book 4)
Lily of the Valley in May (Book 5)
Roses in June (Book 6)
Water lilies in July (Book 7)
Gladioli in August (Book 8)
Forget-me-nots in September (Book 9)
Marigolds in October (Book 10)
’Mums in November (Book 11)
Holly in December (Book 12)

CHOICES, CONSEQUENCES & RESPONSIBILITIES SERIES
Zara’s Folly (Book 1)
Quinn’s Choice (Book 2)

NOVELS
After The Fire
Turned
Dark Lake

MONDAYS CHILD SERIES
Monday’s Child (Book 1)
Tuesday’s Child (Book 2)
Wednesday’s Child (Book 3)
Thursday’s Child (Book 4)
Friday’s Child (Book 5)
Saturday’s Child (Book 6)
Sunday’s Child (Book 7)

A TUSCAN LEGACY
La Fiamma Sacra (Book 5)
Other books in this multi-author series are by:
Marion Ueckermann, Elizabeth Maddrey, Alexa Verde, Heather Gray, Narelle Atkins, and Autumn Macarthur

FREE READS
Kisses from Heaven
Shadows of the Past (Times Arrow Sequel)
Dutch Crocus (Flowers can be Fatal series finale)

PASSPORT TO ROMANCE
Vegas Vacation
Welsh Wildfire

PURE AMORE
Battle of the Flowers
Keepsake
All That Glitters

YOUNG ADULT NOVELS
Signal Me
November Charlie (Book 1)
Delta Victor (Book 2)
Echo Foxtrot (Book 3)

ANTHOLOGIES
Red (anthology of devotions)
Cooking with Grace (anthology of recipes)
I Thirst (anthology of devotions)

AUDIO BOOKS
The Flowers Can Be Fatal series
Dark Lake


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