Fighting his way back from a troubled past, handyman Angus “Witt” Wittenbauer needs refuge.
When dog sanctuary owner Maddie McNeill needs someone to fix her kennel’s roof, it seems like the answer to his prayers, especially when he’s reunited with his long-lost dog, Ranger.
His growing friendship with Maddie hints at the promise of something more, but will Witt ever feel deserving of love again?
Titles in the K-9 Companions multi-author series include — Their Unbreakable Bond by Deb Kastner —♥—Finding Her Way Back by Lisa Carter —♥—The Veteran’s Vow by Jill Lynn —♥—Her Easter Prayer by Lee Tobin McClain —♥—Earning Her Trust by Brenda Minton —♥—Guarding His Secret by Jill Kemerer —♥—An Unlikely Alliance by Toni Shiloh —♥—The Cowboy’s Journey Home by Linda Goodnight —♥—A Reason to Stay by Deb Kastner —♥—The Veteran’s Holiday Home by Lee Tobin McClain —♥—An Alaskan Christmas Promise by Belle Calhoune —♥—A Steadfast Companion by Myra Johnson —♥—The Rancher’s Sanctuary by Linda Goodnight —♥—A Friend to Trust by Lee Tobin McClain —♥—Her Alaskan Companion by Heidi McCahan —♥—A Companion for Christmas by Lee Tobin McClain —♥—
This is an adult romance that does not contain graphic violence, swearing, or sexual situations beyond kisses.
Their families are rivals, but they have an attraction that’s tough to resist. Can love truly conquer all?
Sawyer Ludington has serious issues with the Knott family. Not only are they trying to take his family’s land, but he has inside information about his dad’s rivalry with their father. When he tracks down the beautiful woman he met at an annual festival, he’s stunned to learn she’s a member of the Knott family.
Everest Knott is six years younger than Sawyer, which means they’ve always traveled in different circles. Still, she knows of him. She flirted with him at the festival for fun, but when they kissed, the joke was on her. There was something about the way Sawyer Ludington looked at her that scrambled her brainwaves.
The more Sawyer tries to stay away from Everest, the more she appears right in front of him. He can’t get involved with her. It goes against everything he stands for. But how can he resist a woman who brings out a side of him he never even knew existed?
Addie Byler may be Apple Creek’s resident wallflower, but she knows she has a lot to offer—and much to be grateful for. Raised by her loving grandmother, she lives a life filled with good friends and hard work. Wary of romance, Addie assumes no man will look beyond her glasses and her tendency to talk to her rescue donkey, Snickers—until the day she finds a note from a secret admirer. A prank, most likely. But then, a second note arrives . . . It’s not that Daniel Miller doesn’t like Addie; he just doesn’t want to court her. She’s too willful, too chatty, too odd. Yet when he learns she’s been teased because she’s never had a beau, he decides to send a little note of encouragement. One note leads to another. And when Addie begins replying with thoughtful messages of her own, he’s struck by her sweetness and warmth. As chilly winter melts into spring, what began as a gesture of sympathy becomes something much deeper. Daniel fears revealing the truth, but with courage, faith—and a helping hand from their close-knit community—Apple Creek’s most unlikely couple may find their path to happiness . . .
Titles in The Amish of Apple Creek series include — Happily Ever Amish—♥—Once Upon a Buggy—♥—
This is a romance that includes no swearing, no violence, and no sexual content (beyond, perhaps, a few light kisses).
Wesley is so busy running his family’s Amish market during the holidays, he barely has time for Liesl, the young woman he’s been courting for years. When she suggests her aunt Jenny could help Wesley out, he agrees to the plan. But Liesl neglected to mention her aunt is only twenty-six years old—and as charming as she is hard-working.
Jenny, still healing after a painful breakup, welcomes the distraction of working at the market. She soon realizes Wesley is everything she ever dreamed a man could be. But how can Jenny even think about romance with the man Liesl expects to marry?
But Liesl’s own feelings are more complicated than she’s willing to admit. With humor, faith, and a little help from their friends in the community, everyone might just find what their hearts are looking for this Christmas at the Amish market.
This is a romance that includes no swearing, no violence, and no sexual content (beyond a few light kisses).