Heart of the City - Book 1
Kinley Reid is a teacher on a mission to help at-risk youth in her Oklahoma town. Now one of her students is in trouble, and Kinley will do just about anything for the child, but she wasn’t expecting to collide with the handsome, brooding millionaire next door.
Wealthy Nash McGuire is only back in this poverty-stricken neighborhood to renovate his childhood home, sell it, and get out. For good this time. But the spunky teacher keeps derailing his plans—and his heart. Can he trust her to help heal the wounds from his past?
Heart of the City - Book 2
Ex-Con Cade McGuire has made a new life for himself as assistant director of an inner-city rescue mission. But when an aspiring—and beautiful—politician threatens to shut it down, he’s forced to go way out of his comfort zone and stand toe-to-toe with her to fight for everything he believes in. Sparks fly, but he’s no match for Darby socially. No matter how much he wishes he could be.
Darby Phillips has been groomed for a career in politics, and the completion of a new urban development will propel her to victory in the upcoming election. Too bad she didn’t plan on Cade. The reformed bad boy has secrets under the surface and the more she gets to know him, the more she wants to know.
But Darby isn’t free to choose Cade, not if she wants to keep her career in politics. Will she turn her back on the man who sees her real heart?
Heart of the City - A Novella
Garrett Davis has finally put the mistakes of his past behind him. He’s been clean for ten years and now runs a drug rehab facility. When a new resident arrives at the treatment center, it brings Garrett face-to-face with his high school crush—and his biggest regret.
Dr. Brynn Harper thought she’d moved on from her first love, but seeing Garrett again takes her straight back to that painful heartbreak. As they work together to help a troubled teen, can she learn to forgive and trust him with her heart?
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After a senior-year humiliation, the only thing that could’ve brought Morgan home is her passion to establish a much-needed food bank in town. Somehow, she got wrangled into being on the high school reunion committee and into a pact to find a reunion date online. Sparks fly when she’s paired with her high school rival—the man who ruined her life.
Slater is not the same class jokester he used to be. When he sees Morgan again, he wants forgiveness—and something more.
Can Morgan open her heart to the former rival who might just be her perfect match?