What Readers Are Saying About Finch's Crossing
"Loved this book, there were so many wonderful characters like Franny, Miss Elsie and Heather. Win and Tripp had a tense relationship in the beginning. I could not help but keep reading because I wanted to what was going to happen to the residents of Finch’s Crossing."
"Felt like a good Hallmark movie."
"The characters and the story were wonderfully written. It was a joy to read. With all that we are facing at this time in our country, these books take me away to another place for a while."
"I have read Autumn and Spring back to back and have pre-ordered the next one. I loved reading these books. Easy reading and feel good - especially good during the pandemic."
Autumn: Finch's Crossing Book One
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A fall festival. A Halloween pet parade. Black Friday shopping. What could possibly go wrong? Everything!
Autumn features a vibrant season bursting with reds and golds, an endearing Halloween pet parade, and a harvest festival tradition. What could go wrong? Everything,
Autumn Hamilton is appalled when hard-hearted Ethan Rasmussen becomes the guardian of her orphaned six-year-old neighbor. Suddenly, Autumn is pulled into a complex and heartbreaking family saga, and she quickly realizes she must stop Ethan from making a huge mistake, regardless of his good intentions. The trouble is, Ethan is as tenacious as she is. And despite their mutual attraction, they know that two stubborn hearts can never beat as one. Or can they?
Meanwhile, Autumn has troubles of her own. Her once successful career as an artist has tanked, her beloved small town is being crushed under the weight of big box stores, and her best friend is definitely hiding something. While the town merchants work to revive Finch’s Crossing’s quaint downtown, Autumn searches for her creative muse, not knowing it’s been with her all along.
If you want your heartstrings tugged and enjoy a romantic page-turner, you will love this first book in the Finch’s Crossing small-town fiction series.
Spring: Finch's Crossing Book Two
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The season of renewal brings second chances and secrets to the small town of Finch’s Crossing.
Spring Hamilton is a born planner with one foot in the exciting new future she’s creating for herself. Gabe Vignarolli lives in the moment. Oh, and he broke her heart two decades earlier. If Spring gives him a second chance, it will also be his last.
On the way to a new life in New York City, Spring detours to Finch’s Crossing for a quick visit with her sister Autumn. But a chance encounter with Gabe changes everything. As Spring and Gabe rekindle their love, one week turns into two and then three. Spring postpones her move to New York to be with Gabe and help with Autumn’s unexpected wedding. The coziness of small-town life begins to take root in Spring’s heart. But when she is unwittingly launched into reckless circumstances she never could have predicted, she packs her bags to get as far away from Gabe as possible.
To further complicate matters, a faceless bully is wreaking havoc on the town with a flurry of poison pen letters, threatening to reveal the residents’ darkest secrets. Is it too coincidental that the letters began as soon as Spring arrived? And Gabe, hiding a stunning secret of his own, hopes no one, especially the cruel letter writer, discovers it.
If you’re inspired by second-chance love stories, then you will love this second book in the Finch’s Crossing small-town fiction series.
Summer: Finch's Crossing Book Three
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There is a season for everything, but what if it comes at the wrong time?
Free-spirited Summer Hamilton has fallen back in love with her charming hometown. After ten years of chasing the open road, she lovingly restores a historic building in Finch's Crossing, and opens a yoga studio to much fanfare. Surrounded by the friends and neighbors of her childhood, it feels right to put down roots and reconnect with her sisters, and she's proud of everything she is accomplishing as an entrepreneur and small-business owner.
But then she meets carefree Trevor Banks, and their instant connection is electrifying. There's only one problem. Trevor's job building adventure parks takes him around the country for weeks at a time.
Having just tamed her wanderlust, Summer must decide if she should join Trevor on the road in order to be with the man she loves. What is she willing to give up for her soulmate? Or can she and Trevor find a compromise that suits them both? But as the couple's long-distance relationship blooms, a nagging voice in Summer's head keeps asking, "Just exactly how 'carefree' is Trevor?"
Summer is the third book in the Finch's Crossing series, and a breath of fresh air for readers who love feel-good fiction set in cozy small towns. Throw in a mystery Summer must solve before someone gets hurt, and other couples learning to compromise in their relationships, and you have a heartwarming story about what it means to live, love, and let live. Get your copy of Summer today, and meet this enchanting heroine who radiates love, kindness, and wisdom wherever she goes.
Winter: Finch's Crossing Book Four
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The season of snow and storms brings a historic cold front when Win Hamilton arrives in Finch’s Crossing. What will it take to break through her icy demeanor?
Winter “Win” Hamilton’s high school nickname, “Ice Queen,” has followed her all her life, and she is, in fact, just that—cold, selfish, and emotionally detached. But her steely demeanor helped her achieve a full partnership, at age thirty-seven, in a prestigious architectural firm. And now, she leads her own international property development firm, which has made her a millionaire many times over. True, she doesn’t have many friends, but she lives in a luxury condominium, takes incredible vacations around the world, and dresses flawlessly in designer clothes. What more could she want?
But when Win breaks her leg in an accident, and realizes her fair-weather friends won’t come to her aid, she reluctantly returns to her childhood home in Finch’s Crossing to recover under the care of her sister, Autumn. As the broken bones heal, with the help of the handsome local doctor W. Armistead “Tripp” Harrison, she rediscovers the traditional values she grew up with, and wonders how on earth her life got so out of balance. Is it too late for the Ice Queen to change?
As her strength returns and she embarks on a self-improvement campaign, Win realizes that the unflappable and aloof doctor is the one man in town who isn’t rendered tongue-tied in her presence. Accustomed to getting her way, she bristles at his lack of interest in her. Thinking she’s met the male version of herself, she knows she has her work cut out for her.
Dr. Tripp Harrison has retreated to Finch’s Crossing to escape old wounds. But when he spots a grey sedan following him around town, he knows his past has caught up with him. All he wants is a fresh start, but apparently that is not going to be possible in Finch’s Crossing. And then there’s Win Hamilton, whose beauty leaves men quaking in her wake. But beneath her icy demeanor, Tripp suspects she is hurting. And just like him, there must be more to her than meets the eye.
Martha: A Finch's Crossing Holiday Novella
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The Christmas season in Finch’s Crossing brings unexpected love in unexpected places.
Amed with cakes, casseroles, and kitten heels, Finch’s Crossing’s golden girls are doggedly competing for the attention of Jack Staub, the town’s most eligible senior bachelor. But he and Martha Kelly have a special connection. Don’t they? When Martha realizes the competition is hot on her heels, she swaps her sensible shirt dresses and loafers for glamorous ensembles and pumps. She knows she must up her game to catch’s Jack’s eye, and throughout the holiday season she carries out her strategic pursuit. But is she going too far? And will she end up pushing Jack away, and into the arms of her competition?
If you’re looking for a heartwarming Christmas romance, you’ll fall in love with Martha and Jack, and find yourself rooting for them throughout this charming novella. Curl up in front of the fire for a delightful and uplifting short read!
Finch's Crossing was inspired by the real town of Scottdale, Pennsylvania! Learn more here.