He left Pickleville and reinvented himself. A visit to his hometown either brings him renewed heartbreak or a second chance at love.
Robyn Heath has four days of vacation. Four days of visiting his family, riding horses, and blessed escape from his demanding job. When he left Pickleville all those years ago, he’d never thought Pickleville would become the best place for a little rest and relaxation, but it was everything he needed.
Until Caden Flynn shows up.
He'd thought he recovered from getting ghosted by the love of his life, but old wounds resurface. Relaxation turns into trying to dodge Caden Flynn's advances and becoming good at avoidance. But the questions remains. How is that Caden got hotter? Life was so unfair sometimes.
Even after years, Seth is still in love with Carter Heath, and just as invisible as he’s always been. Or so he thinks…
Carter Heath has a lot of responsibility. The farm. His daughter. It all adds up. He hasn’t thought about dating in years. Not since Izzy was born and her mother left them. He doesn’t need romance in his life, but he would like his best friend again.
Too bad it takes a death in the family for Seth Murray to come back home to Pickleville. Carter is still glad to see him again. And surprised when there’s a punch of attraction. As much as Carter wants to turn friends to lovers, he’s not sure he can trust Seth with his heart.
After all, Seth had disappeared from his life once already. Does he have the staying power to make love last?
Sometimes the truth is more dangerous than the lie.
Paul Havilar is a dragon shifter who’s been on the wrong side of the law more times than he could count. All that changes when he finds his mate. But bonding with a vampire is out of the question, according to his family. They would just as soon wrap stolen Christmas lights around his neck as see him happy.
So much for Christmas joy and all that fa-la-la-la-la crap.
The day someone murdered his brother was the day Paul’s life changed forever. While not all changes are bad, like coming to terms with having a vampire mate, most suck. His brother wasn’t perfect, but the gossip around town painted him as a monster. Now Paul wants to know the truth.
It sends him down a dark path. One that leads to exposing family secrets and threats against the one person he needs on his side. His mate. When the danger mounts, he finds himself relying the last person he should trust: his brother’s killer.