The Women of Brambleberry House Collection
Women of Brambleberry House Book 1-4
Contemporary Romance: Anthology
June 8, 2020
Available in: e-Book
Welcome to Cannon Beach, Oregon where New York Times bestselling author RaeAnne Thayne introduces the Women of Brambleberry House in four heartwarming and emotional romances perfect for fans of Debbie Macomber and Robyn Carr!
The Daddy Makeover
(originally published October 2007 in Silhouette Special Edition #1857 in mass market paperback and reissued May 2014 in eBook by Harlequin)
Eben Spencer learned long ago to keep his eye on the ball and his emotions under wraps. And where had this philosophy got him so far? In business, to the pinnacle of success. In his personal life, it brought him one beloved, if unhappy, little girl, and one shattered marriage. He is not about to embark on another one anytime soon….
Until he meets Sage Benedetto. The bewitching woman is everything Eben is not—warm, emotional, open—and everything he never dreamed he’d want. But lately he’s having very different dreams….
His Second-Chance Family
(originally published January 2008 in Silhouette Special Edition #1874 in mass market paperback and reissued May 2014 in eBook by Harlequin)
When she was sixteen, Julia Blair found more than fun in the sun on the sands of Cannon Beach. She found a home—especially in the arms of Will Garrett—and she thought that life stretched out in front of her….
Now she’s thirty-two, and though life may not have worked out the way she planned, here she is: back in Cannon Beach, with her two little children in tow. Only to find Will Garrett there, too. Julia believes he can still make all her dreams come true. The question is, will he let her into his heart to do the same for him?
A Soldier’s Secret
(originally published August 2008 in Silhouette Special Edition #1918 in mass market paperback and reissued May 2014 in eBook by Harlequin)
To find out who was claiming ownership of the only place he’d ever called home, Harry Maxwell knew he’d have to practice a little deception. So the wounded lieutenant changed his name a little. Altered a few facts. All for a good cause—get in, get the truth, get out.
Then he meets the Brambleberry House heir presumptive. Anna Galvez is captivating in ways he hadn’t even known existed. Still, after spending time with her, he wants the house more than ever. But only if she’s in it.
A Soldier’s Return
(originally published January 2019 in Harlequin Special Edition #2671 in mass market paperback and eBook)
Returning home to Cannon Beach and living in Brambleberry House, a place where good things seemed destined to happen, had brought Melissa Fielding and her young daughter such joy. Perhaps it was no accident when the single mom “bumped into Eli Sanderson, and discovered the handsome doctor was also back in town. The ex-soldier was still so captivating, but also more guarded. Was now the time to put old ghosts to rest?
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