A Trinity Harbor Complete Collection
Trinity Harbor Book 1-3
Contemporary Romance, Contemporary Romance: Box Set
July 15, 2019
Available in: e-Book
Don’t miss the Trinity Harbor Complete Collection containing three romance novels by New York Times #1 bestselling author Sherryl Woods!
About That Man
(originally published June 2001 in mass market paperback and February 2009 and March 2017 in mass market paperback and eBook)
Sensible Sunday-school teacher Daisy Spencer expected taking in the orphaned ten-year-old caught hot-wiring her car to be easy; what she didn’t expect was an obstacle in the form of the boy’s uncle, Walker Ames, a tough DC cop who sees his unexpected nephew as his last chance at redemption. Soon he’s commuting to the charming fishbowl town of Trinity Harbor, where everyone assumes he’s seduced Daisy—their best Sunday-school teacher! But to Walker, Daisy is a disconcerting mix of charming innocence and smart-mouthed excitement in a town that’s not as sleepy as it looks.
(originally published March 2002 in mass market paperback and February 2009 and April 2017 in mass market paperback and eBook)
When Bobby Spencer receives a literal rude awakening one quiet Sunday morning, he’s far from pleased with the woman responsible. Desperate, Jenna Pennington Kennedy is seeking to capture Bobby’s attention so he’ll hire her to plan the town’s new riverfront development in order so she can prove to her father she’s a responsible woman, not the reckless kid of old. But the last thing Bobby wants in his life is a sexy single mom with grand ambitions, and Jenna doesn’t need any more rollercoaster romances; however, Trinity Harbor, love has a way of defying expectations—ask anyone.
Along Came Trouble
(originally published December 2002 in mass market paperback and February 2009 and May 2017 in mass market paperback and eBook)
Sheriff Tucker Spencer has seen some action but finding his almost-naked ex asleep in his bed leaves him…speechless. Mary Elizabeth, who broke Tucker’s heart six years ago by marrying a charismatic Virginia politician, needs Tucker’s help proving her innocence in her husband’s murder. Mary Elizabeth needs Tucker, period. But along with her return comes all the town gossip about their reunion romance. In the end, he’ll confront a mystery even more confusing than murder: how the heart makes room for forgiveness and a new start.
Author of some 100 romance and mystery novels, Sherryl Woods grew up in Virginia. She divides her time between Key Biscayne, Florida and Colonial Beach, Virginia, the small, river-front town where she spent her childhood summers and where she now owns a bookstore.
A graduate of Ohio State University School of Journalism, Sherryl spent more than ten years as a journalist, most of them as a television critic for newspapers in Ohio and Florida. For several years she also coordinated a motivational program for the more than 8,000 employees at the University of Miami-Jackson Memorial Medical Center.
Her first book, RESTORING LOVE, was published in 1982 by Dell Candlelight Ecstasy under the pseudonym of Suzanne Sherrill. Her second book, SAND CASTLES, under the pseudonym of Alexandra Kirk, was published later that same year by Bantam. She began using her own name when she moved to the Second Chance at Love line at Berkley Publishing. In 1986, she began writing full-time and also began her long career at Silhouette Books with the Desire title NOT AT EIGHT, DARLING, set in the world of television which she covered for so many years.
In addition to her more than 70 romances for Silhouette Desire and Special Edition, she has written thirteen mysteries --- nine in the Amanda Roberts series and four in the Molly DeWitt series. She has also written 11 mainstreams novels, with the 11th -- THE BACKUP PLAN -- due out from MIRA Books in March, 2005 .
When she's not writing, reading or selling books, Sherryl loves to garden, though she's not at her best on a riding lawn mower. She also loves tennis, theater, and ballet, even though her top spin has long since vanished, she's never set foot on a stage, and she's way too uncoordinated to dance. She also loves baseball and claims anyone who's ever seen Kevin Costner in "Bull Durham" can understand why.