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Single Mom Ebook Bundle

Single Mom Ebook Bundle

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An enchanting collection of six single mom stories. Join these resilient women and swoothworthy men on a journey of love, laughter, and the undeniable warmth that comes with finding unexpected romance.

⭐⭐⭐⭐⭐ "What beautiful friends to lovers, single parent stories! These sweet, sexy, emotional, and swoon-worthy love stories will take you on an unforgettable adventure that is sure to leave you beyond happy and your heart full!" - Tara, Goodreads Reviewer

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Chapter 1 - Look Inside

“Mommy, do you see the lights?” Addy asked as she opened the door of the SUV and hopped out.

My heart stutter-stepped because the handsome landscaper I’d seen around the neighborhood was hanging Christmas lights on my porch.

“I sure did.” Other than the occasional chin lift or head nod, he’d never said anything to me.

Addy tugged her hand from mine and ran up to him. “You put up the lights like I asked.”

He wore his signature baseball cap low on his forehead, a T-shirt stretched taut across his chest and biceps, worn jeans, and work boots.

“You asked him to do this?”

Addy gestured down the street. “The rest of the houses on the street are decorated. I asked Knox to make ours match.”

“Mr. Knox does this as a service.
People pay him to decorate. You can’t ask people to do things for free.”

Knox stepped closer to us and lowered his voice. “I wanted to do this for you.”

Something about the intensity in his
eyes and his words had my heart pounding for a different reason. “I’m so sorry about this. I’ll talk to her.”

“Please accept the lights. It makes her happy, and I wanted to do this for you.” Knox gestured in the direction of his crew. “My family wanted to do this for you.”

For the first time, I took in the rest
of the crowd. There were three other men who were similar in stature to Knox, with dark hair, and a woman. I wondered if these were his siblings.

“See, Mommy? Knox had fun putting up our lights.”

A chuckle erupted through the crowd.

When it quieted, I said, keeping my
gaze on his family, “I can’t thank you enough for doing this for us.”

Knox touched my elbow, sending my pulse racing, and guided me to the porch, where everyone stood. “These are my brothers, Talon, Heath, and Emmett, and this is Emmett’s girlfriend, Ireland.”

Talon crouched down to Addy’s level, talking to her about the wire decoration in the shape of a present propped next to the steps. I think he was explaining how he’d made it, but I couldn’t concentrate.

Emmett and Ireland said their goodbyes to Knox, and I managed a stiff smile.

When it was just me and Knox, I turned to face him. “Thank you for doing this, but—”

Knox held up his hand. “I don’t expect you to pay me or give me anything in return.”

“I don’t understand why you did it.
Were the neighbors giving you a hard time because I was the lone holdout for the holiday decorations?” I crossed my arms over my chest, trying not to feel
less than because I was a single parent and didn’t have a partner to help with these kinds of things.

There was a fierce holiday decorating contest in the neighborhood. I couldn’t hope to compare, so I hadn’t even
bothered putting up our meager decorations.

“Addy asked me to make your house look the same, and I said I would,” Knox said carefully.

I nodded. “She’s hard to resist.”

For the first time, Knox’s lips
twitched. “I’d probably give her whatever she wanted.” Then he rushed to add, “Please don’t tell her I said that. I’ll be in trouble.”

I smiled, lowering my arms to my sides. “I won’t.”

Knox stepped back, gesturing to the
porch. “We hung lights on the roof and twisted lights around the garland on the railing and columns. Then Talon made the present to give your house that extra
something. You probably won’t win any contests with this.” Knox gazed out over the neighborhood, where each house had blow-ups of Santa, Frosty, and Rudolph on their lawns and roofs, in addition to the lights.

I rested my hand on his forearm, where his flannel shirt had been rolled up to expose his skin. “I really appreciate it. Sometimes I feel like I’m failing at this parenting gig. Between work and activities at school, I feel like I’m always behind.”

Knox’s face filled with understanding. “I didn’t mean to make you feel that way.”

I shook my head. “You didn’t.”

He nodded toward Addy. “I wanted to make her smile.”

“I was worried she was bothering you when you worked on the neighbor’s lawn.” A couple of weeks ago, Addy was home
with a day off from school, and Knox was next door, working on flower beds along the fence line. Addy talked to him through the fence, but I didn’t say anything because it was only for a few minutes.

“Talking to her was the highlight of my day.”

That made me pause because Addy’s father went months without seeing her, and he never said he missed her and wanted to see her. But this man, a stranger to us, enjoyed her company. “Ever
since she was a baby, I called her my sunshine because she brightens everything around her.”

Knox nodded. “I think so, too.”

I blinked away the unexpected sting of tears, unsure how to deal with this unexpected kindness and revelation.

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Finding Sunshine

I’m 100% focused on my daughter, I don’t have time for socializing, dating, or falling for a grumpy mountain man whose family owns a Christmas Tree Farm. But Knox is constantly there, offering support and friendship and unknowingly reminding me that I’m still a hot-blooded woman and not just a mother. Because Christmas is his job, Knox has completely lost his Christmas spirit, but in return for his generosity, I’m determined to help him find it once more.

Forbidden Flame

When I saw Daphne Calloway on that stage being auctioned off to the highest bidder, I lost all sense of logic and reason. I had this overwhelming desire to take her away from the guys trying to win a date with her. I had one night with her, and it should have been enough.

Feel My Love

As a wedding photographer, I get to witness the magic, the romance, and the fairy tale without getting close enough for it to ever sting me again. Until Nick. I broke my number one rule and slept with the best man. How could I resist his sexy good looks and the seductive offer of one night with no strings attached?

Somebody to Love

My best friend, Gia, has a rule for her employees and her friends: No dating her brothers. But Leo Giovanni is the guy I’d secretly crushed on since high school—who also happens to be Gia’s eldest brother. When he starts coming around more, taking us out on dates, building Evie a playhouse, and whispering sweet Italian words to me, I find myself lowering the walls I’d erected around my heart.

Fighting Chance

I’m not bitter that Savannah St. James rejected me in high school. It's her cluttered storefront I have a problem with. Still, it’s hard to stay mad at her when she’s more beautiful than I remember and her son keeps finding new ways to sneak over to my hardware store every chance he gets. While I admit he needs a male figure in his life, I’m the wrong guy for the job.

Inescapable Love

Happily ever after wasn't for me. Instead, I focused on being my niece's favorite uncle. Until Natalie and her daughter. Recently divorced, she’s determined to open a bed and breakfast and hires me to renovate it. I should be focused on the job, but instead I’m distracted by the undeniable attraction between us.

Crazy for You

The job was to renovate a bed and breakfast, not to fall head over tool belt for the sexy proprietor and single mom. Juliana Breslin is sassy, witty, determined and has the two most amazing twin daughters. Two girls that have wrapped their way around all my fingers. The only problem is - I don't do relationships.