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A Candle Beach Sweet Romance, Book 3
Length: 5 hrs and 36 mins
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Maggie Price is resilient. After her husband died, leaving her a young widow with an infant son, she returned home to Candle Beach to create a new future for them by purchasing the Bluebonnet Cafe. Jake Price promised his younger brother he’d take care of his wife and child if something happened to him while deployed overseas. Now, five years after his brother’s death, Jake vows to fulfill that promise and take care of Maggie and her son, Alex.
When Gretchen Roberts graduated from college, she planned on a brief stay in her hometown of Candle Beach. Ten years later, she's still working for her parents and wondering how her life got so off track. Luckily, she's got a plan for the future, which hinges on being hired for the lead sales job at a luxury housing development south of town. With a referral from her best friend Maggie, she's a shoo-in for the job.
Dahlia thought settling her aunt’s estate in the town where she’d spent every summer as a child would be easy, a one or two day job at the most. Discovering that she’s inherited a crumbling house and a failing bookstore puts a wrench in that plan.With a nasty trustee who is determined to keep her from selling her inheritance and Garrett, a handsome neighbor who challenges her at every step, she doesn’t expect to have a future there. However, Candle Beach grows on her, and she sees transformations in herself that she didn’t expect.
Charlotte Gray grew up spoiled and privileged but gave it up to make her own way in the world. Years later, she’s fought to get where she is, the owner of a gift shop located in a vintage Airstream trailer in scenic Candle Beach. Everything is perfect until she finds a smelly BBQ food truck parked next to her gift shop one afternoon. The minute she sees it, she knows it’s got to go or her business will be down the tubes. Luke Tisdale was raised by hard-working grandparents in nearby Haven Shores.
Interior designer Amelia O’Connor came to Candle Beach to renovate and manage a historic hotel with her brother. Now that the hotel is completed and on the brink of success, she’s not sure being a hotel owner is a good fit for her. Unfortunately, when you’re in business with your brother, you can’t just quit.
It was love at first sight. Will his arrival ruin it all? The first time Maura saw the historic Candle Beach Hotel, she knew it was the perfect future site for the local historical society's museum. Now that it's on the market, she just needs enough money to buy it before some greedy developer swoops in and demolishes the crumbling building.
Over the last few years, Sarah Rigg has watched her friends find their soulmates, but it's never been the right time for her to find love. When she meets Patrick Willett, she knows he's not going to be Mr. Right. Although he's funny, smart, handsome and loves kids, he's got one flaw - he's engaged to another woman. But maybe, he has a friend who's just like him?
Jill is deep into preparations for Christmas parties at the Boathouse Event Center, when a trip to the local retirement home with her son's preschool class turns up a deadly surprise. For once, Jill has no tie to the murder victim, until a surprise connection to a family member is revealed.
It had always been just the two of them, mother and daughter. After her mother died, Angel Bennett found out it was all a lie. Discovering her mother’s secrets, she moves to Candle Beach to find out the truth. What she finds is so much more.
Planning the Ericksville Haunted House at the Boathouse Event Center wouldn't be so bad if Angela Laveaux wasn't in the picture. To make matters worse, Jill allows her sister-in-law, Desi, to talk her into joining a local mom's group, which brings up conflicting feelings about balancing a career with motherhood. The discovery of a woman's body at Angela's house makes Jill regret her ill thoughts about Angela, and she vows to discover the real murderer while still juggling everything in her personal life.
After a long, stressful summer, Jill Andrews is looking forward to a relaxing vacation with her family at her old friend Leah’s lake cabin resort. That becomes difficult when she discovers a marshmallow roasting stick impaled in a man’s body near the campfire pit. With a string of costly acts of vandalism plaguing the resort and now a murder, things aren’t looking good for the resort’s future.
Less than four months into her new job as an events coordinator at the Boathouse Event Center, Jill Andrews is unexpectedly thrown into managing the whole place while her in-laws are out of town. One of the biggest events on her plate is the wedding between two of Desi’s good friends from college. When she finds the body of one of the groomsmen floating next to the Boathouse’s dock, she’s tossed into a media firestorm and ensuing investigation that threatens both her family’s livelihood and her life.
A preschool auction can lead to murder. At least that’s how Jill Andrews feels...Local coffee roaster Louis Mahoney is supposed to have a basket to donate to the auction, but when Jill arrives to pick it up, all she finds in his office is his body lying on the floor. When Jill’s friend Brenda is suspected of his murder, Jill vows to find the real killer before Brenda loses custody of her twin preschool girls and worse - goes to jail for a crime she didn’t commit.
Suburban mom Jill Andrews has two young kids and a husband who travels more than he's home. Her biggest worry is the decision to re-enter the workforce, until she trips over the body of her neighbor, Samuel Westen, who'd been feuding with Jill's sister-in-law Desi. When the stress of being the police's top suspect lands Desi in the hospital with pregnancy complications, Jill must navigate her own mom-life crisis, sift through a tangled web of secrets and lies, and discover the identity of the real killer before it's too late.