The Littlest Matchmaker

by Marie Ferrarella

Harlequin (Pets Collection)

Contemporary Romance, Anthology

October 2, 2018

Available in: Paperback, e-Book

The Littlest Matchmaker
by Marie Ferrarella

Stray hearts looking for a home

Diamond in the Ruff by Marie Ferrarella
(originally published October 2014 in Harlequin Special Edition #2362 in mass market paperback and eBook)

Baker Lily Langtry isn’t one to commit to anything more than her mouthwatering pastries. So when a puppy appears at her door, she’s stunned by her new responsibilities—and how quickly she falls for the adorable creature. But Lily gets more than she bargains for when she takes the cute canine to visit handsome town vet Christopher Whitman. Maybe pet ownership isn’t the only commitment Lily’s ready for…

Also includes Slow Dance with the Sheriff by Nikki Logan (originally published August 2012 in Harlequin Romance #4328 in mass market paperback and eBook).



Marie Ferrarella's Bio

Born in West Germany, arrived in the U.S. at four, I began writing when I was eleven. I began selling many years after that. Along the way, I acquired a Masters in Shakespearean Comedy from Queens College in N.Y, a husband and two kids (in that order)—the dog came later.

My first romance was bought by Second Chance At Love November of 1981. The road from there to here has a hundred and thirty-seven more sales to it. I’ve been published by Silhouette, Harlequin, Zebra, Harper, Bantam and Berkeley. I’ve been fortunate enough to have received several Rita nominations from the Romance Writers of America Association over the years, with one win for Father Goose (in the Traditional Romance Category). I’ve also been nominated several times in various categories by Romantic Times Magazine. I hope to be found one day—many, many years from now—slumped over my computer, writing to the last moment. But before then, I would dearly love to write a successful screenplay. My goal has always been to entertain.

Entertainment Weekly 2015 named me the fifth most prolific romance author of all time—and I have since moved up to the fourth position, having published 296 works.