Three Part Harmony
Sometimes, the best-laid plans just fail to come together. That’s been the case with my Harmony Springs novels — spicy and sweet small-town contemporary romances. I think part of the reason they initially failed to find a home was their original names. The titles were all Sinatra songs — romantic, fun classics — what could be wrong with that?
Well, for one thing, people searching for my books found countless options to download Sinatra songs.
So, it was time for a change.
Fly Me to the Moon became Harmony Christmas.
Just One of Those Things became Harmony Hearts.
The Way You Look Tonight became Harmony Hero.
And the best news of all? All three Harmony Springs romances are now available in a discount-priced boxed set! Get your copy wherever ebooks are sold.
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This boxed set combines three spicy and sweet romances set in Harmony Springs, West Virginia, in the heart of the Shenandoah River Valley.
Harmony Christmas (Previously released as Fly Me to the Moon): Lexi Taylor survived a terrible fire. Tom Finnegan survived Afghanistan. When Tom literally stumbles into Lexi’s holiday store, he shatters dozens of ornaments, not to mention Lexi’s peace of mind. The only way he can repay her is to take on handyman work in her store. But “other duties as assigned” takes on new meaning when sparks sizzle between the couple. Can they heal each other’s scars?
Harmony Hearts (Previously released as Just One of Those Things): Matt Dawson, returning baseball hero, is opening a discount store in Harmony Springs. Emily Barton, who has an unfortunate romantic past with Matt, runs a knitting store on Main Street. When Emily recognizes a threat to the downtown shopping district, she organizes a grassroots campaign. Will she succeed at driving the American Discount store out of town—and Matt out of her life—forever?
Harmony Hero (Previously released as The Way You Look Tonight): Twenty-six-year-old Anne Barton has a secret: when she was twelve she caused a horrific fire. Forty-four-year-old firefighter Will O’Hara has his own secret: he’s terrified of public speaking. When a charity stunt pits Anne against Will, they recognize their scorching attraction for each other — but in this May-December relationship someone is sure to get burned!