Ghosts haunt a veteran and a spunky Christmas-shop owner in a small town…
Lexi Taylor never let herself be defined by the fire that burned her when she was just a kid. Now, she happily works at The Christmas Cat, a year-round holiday boutique. So what if she wears long sleeves to hide her scars? Who cares if her relationships don’t last long enough for a lover to see her damaged back?
Tom “Finn” Finnegan is one week out of the Army, fresh from Afghanistan. He vowed to visit the parents of J-Dawg, his best friend who was killed by a roadside bomb almost a year ago. But promises are easier made than kept—especially when J-Dawg haunts Finn’s dreams.
When he literally stumbles into The Christmas Cat, Finn 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 Lexi and Finn find the key to healing each other’s scars as Christmas approaches in Harmony Springs?
Previously released as Fly Me to the Moon.
A hometown sweetheart gives a returning baseball hero a second chance…
Matt Dawson has returned to Harmony Springs after ten years of pitching in the major leagues. His father thinks he’s a screw-up who should have joined the Army instead of playing ball. His old buddies think he’s a hero with a bottomless bank account. But Matt knows he’ll never be a hero, not like his brother Jon, who recently died in Afghanistan.
Emily Barton once dated Jon but their break-up was brutal, made even worse when Matt tried to intervene. Years later, Emily remains trapped on an emotional treadmill, regularly changing her apartment, her job, and her boyfriend in a futile attempt to regain her earlier success.
Matt, determined to give back to Harmony Springs, opens an American Discount thrift store. But Emily recognizes a threat to the downtown shopping district and she organizes a grassroots campaign. Will she succeed at driving the American Discount out of town—and Matt out of her life—forever?
Previously released as Just One of Those Things.
A May-December romance fans flames in a small town!
At the ripe old age of twenty-six, Anne Barton is content to live with her mother in her cozy childhood home, surrounded by stuffed animals and girlish dreams. But the owner of the Orchard Diner has a secret: when she was twelve she caused a horrific fire that brutally scarred her best friend.
Forty-four-year-old firefighter Will O’Hara knows he should campaign for the job of Harmony Springs Fire Chief. Doing so, though, would force him to overcome his blinding fear of public speaking.
When a charity stunt pits Anne against Will in the small town’s Mayor for a Day election, both candidates are pushed far outside their comfort zones. Anne must confront the crush she’s had on Will since the fireman rescued her from her nightmare inferno. And Will battles his own scorching attraction, knowing Anne is young enough to be his daughter. If they keep playing with fire, someone is sure to get burned.
Previously released as The Way You Look Tonight.
Three Part Harmony
Three small-town romances with big heart from USA Today bestselling author Mindy Klasky.
This bundle 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!