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Inheriting Trouble

In Ashwood – Book 1

She hired a rugged craftsman to build her tiny-home, but Natalie never thought Seth would tangle her up in knots. 

Seattle had been safe, but could no longer be her home.  Natalie sought a new beginning after losing direction and the person closest to her.  This curvy redhead hoped to redefine her future, but instead, found a man who liked to take control.

Seth, a builder in the tiny-home industry, never expected his routine to be shaken by a cautious city girl.  This tough Northwest man finds Natalie tempting enough to risk demolishing the solid defenses he built around his heart.  With the eyes of the small town of Ashwood upon them, Natalie and Seth must choose.  Do they stick to their well thought out plans, or risk building a future together?

Trouble Brewing

In Ashwood – Book 2

Wade Michaels mixes business with pleasure in Trouble Brewing, the second book of the In Ashwood Series.

Brewery owner Wade Michaels discovers two women more than willing to help with the expansion of his popular brewery. Chaos and sabotage attempt to derail his dream of bringing his popular beer to a wider audience.

Iris, the tall slender owner of Northside Grill, has always been a supportive friend, and now craves more. Ravenna, a stunning petite executive, holds power over Wade’s dream to expand Mosquito Creek Brewing. Wade doesn’t willingly give control to anyone, especially a woman he’d like to possess.

Tempted by one, obsessed with the other – Wade must decide if trust outweighs lust in pursuit of his dream.

Chasing Trouble

In Ashwood – Book 3

Rick fears two things, the holidays and losing Linnea.

Too many lights on the taproom Christmas tree? Impossible. Linnea layers on lavish holiday abundance. Yet, every decoration she hangs darkens Rick’s mood and expands the divide between them.

When orange and black Halloween decorations shift to holiday red and green, Rick waits for that call.  It always comes, and he always responds. Grace won’t survive another winter on the streets of Portland without his help. Yet, his stubborn sister refuses to accept more. Rick gives what she will receive – a blanket, food, a tarp, and money.

Accustomed to hiding this broken holiday tradition, Rick manages on his own, avoiding pity and pain.

Linnea could help if Rick shared the truth. Pushing away the woman he loves protects his pride, but she craves all of this man, even the broken pieces of his heart.