From the publisher of the USA Today bestselling & #1 Amazon bestselling Timeless Romance Anthology series in Clean Romance, comes Valentine's Day Collection.
Six brand new contemporary romance novellas by Janette Rallison, Heather B. Moore, Jenny Proctor, Annette Lyon, Heather Tullis, and Sarah M. Eden.
A Brush with the Law by Janette Rallison
Bethany has endured a streak of depressing Valentine's Days. And this one is turning out no different. Her friend set her up on a blind date - and Bethany can only hope that James will be a decent guy. But it seems the fated day has other plans, and Bethany finds herself in the middle of a comedy of errors that make a blind date with a stranger the least of her problems.
Every Occasion by Heather B. Moore
When Maurie moves back to her hometown to open up her dream shop, she calls a local construction crew for help. Former teenage crush Grant shows up on her front porch, answering the call for the construction job, and Maurie's memories of her troubled childhood return with full force. When she discovers Grant has a troubled past of his own, Maurie realizes that she might have misjudged him all along.
Hold Your Breath by Jenny Proctor
As Kayla trains for the Olympic swimming trials, she vows to never let another boyfriend get in her way. When she finds out her younger sister's new high school swim coach is Nate - the guy Kayla had a huge crush on when they were in school together - Kayla realizes that her resolve is weakening. But Kayla isn't willing to risk giving up her Olympic dream for anyone, not even charming Nate.
The Ultimate Bachelor Challenge by Annette Lyon
When Sam's long-time boyfriend, Steve, texts that he has something important to ask her on Valentine's Day, she's sure that he's going to propose. Determined to look great for the big day, she hits the all-night laundromat to wash her favorite outfit. When her clothes are chugging away in a machine, Steve calls and pops a question - not one she ever would have expected.
Deal Breakers by Heather Tullis
The last place Colette wants to be stranded is the snowed-in Denver airport, especially when her sister is enduring chemo treatments and needs Colette's help back home. When Colette runs into another stranded passenger - none other than former college boyfriend Drew - she can't believe how much he's changed... and hasn't changed.
Hey, Helen! by Sarah M. Eden
On the surface, Helen seems to have her life figured out. Her advice column, Hey, Helen!, is gaining more readers every week. She regularly hangs out with the guy next door, laughing and chatting over pizza and work. But when her feelings for her handsome neighbor begin tiptoeing toward something more than friendship, Helen can't help hoping Neil might feel the same way.
What listeners say about Valentine's Day Collection
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- Marilu Wright
Awesome clean romance short stories
This is a group of short stories they are clean easy to read great storylines, great characters full of romance, tender moments even laughter the authors did a wonderful job with this stories and Linden did a really good job with the narration.
This collection has a nice variety of stories.
A BRUSH WITH THE LAW by Janette Rallison was pretty funny in an over the top, rom com kind of way. Made the story quite enjoyable.
EVERY OCCASION by Heather B. Moore. I'm always disappointed when I read a collection only to find that I've already read one of the stories in another book. That was the case with this one. I read it as Let's Begin Again. The story is still a good story though. Second chance romance.
HOLD YOUR BREATH by Jenny Proctor. I liked Nate quite a bit. Seems like kind of a dreamy swim coach. Second chance romance.
THE ULTIMATE BACHELOR CHALLENGE by Annette Lyon. This one was kind of fun and different. More of an insta-love type story. I liked the characters.
DEAL BREAKERS by Heather Tullis is a second chance romance. For most of the story I felt like Colette looked kind of bad but by the end, the story showed how their relationship went off from both sides and not just how she blew it. They were both very nice people though as they took a mom and her kids under their wing to make it easier for them.
HEY, HELEN! by Sarah M. Eden was a rather fun friends to love story. I liked how her career of her writing a column moved the story along into romance and how they worked together to have them both succeed in their endeavors.
No sex, language or violence
- Kindle Customer
Too much to do, So little time
Started out strong (as strong as these type of stories can be) - sweet, cute, as expected. I think the authors did great with the task given. However, those last ones were difficult to finish off to be honest. Maybe it was because I was listening to it (I've listened to others before that were fantastic though so...) because the story lines were so good but just not gripping enough since I kept thinking "how many more to go?!" ... never a good sign in my book ... I really just wanted to write one word with a shrug - meh.
- Sarah S.
I really enjoyed these stories, just wish they were longer. That is why I normally don't read novellas. I thought all the narrators were really good.