Who needs a man when you have a pint of fresh Wisconsin ice cream and full access to Cary Grant on The Movie Channel? That's what second-grade teacher and MGM-devotee Caitlin Walsh believes. After being left at the altar by her ambitious rat of an ex-fiancé, Cait has rededicated her life to her students and to the citizens of small-town Ridgewood Grove.
Two years ago Aurora Gray's world turned upside down when her big brother, Gideon, and his best friend, Jeremy, disappeared. Now, during the summer of her 18th birthday, she unexpectedly finds her brother's journal and sees that it's been written in again. Recently. By him. There are secret messages coded within the journal's pages. Aurora, who's unusually perceptive and a natural puzzle solver, is hell-bent on following where they lead, no matter what the cost.
Rob and Elizabeth may have grown up practically next door to each other, but they have nothing in common. Elizabeth "Please Don't Call Me Lizzy" Daniels is a small-town Wisconsin girl at heart. Shy and inexperienced at love, the frizzy-haired dessert cookbook writer resides in her quaint hometown of Wilmington Bay, stutters painfully when nervous and is only comfortable with her laptop and her tiny circle of cooking pals.
The perfect romance for any holiday or for when you just need one. Get caught up in this sexy romance that's told over a year of holidays. Shannon Quinn is the small-town girl who runs Holiday Quinn--a holiday-themed inn/resort based in scenic Door County, Wisconsin. One winter evening a wealthy Minneapolis businessman, Bram Hartwick, blows into town along with the fast-falling snow.
"Sexy & Sweet"
Aurora Gray is no stranger to tragedy. In the summer of 1976, when she was just 16, her world turned upside down when her big brother, Gideon, and his best friend, Jeremy, disappeared. For two years there was no word from either of them. No trace of their whereabouts. But then, shortly after her high school graduation, she unexpectedly finds her brother's journal and sees that it's been written in again. Recently. By him.