Your favorite characters in Finch's Crossing are gearing up for the winter holidays. Miss Elsie is baking up a storm, Autumn is going overboard with her decorating, and Meg is telling everyone she knows how to keep their pets safe around all those holiday plants and decorations. And Kyle, of course, is using his social media savvy to find Christmas sales anad deals. Spend a little time with all of them in this free Finch's Crossing Holiday Sampler and Planner. In it you'll find a collection of tips, tricks, ideas, and recipes, plus some holiday planning templates. As you prepare for this wonderful holiday season, I wish you and yours health, happiness, and much joy!
Welcome to Finch's Crossing!
In the charming town of Finch's Crossing, the four Hamilton sisters search for deep, sustaining love. For each, Finch’s Crossing is a powerful force that always draws them home. Autumn, the artist, longs to be whole again. Spring and Summer contemplate the crossroads in their lives. And Winter is looking for nothing, and finds . . . everything. I invite you to stroll along the cobbled streets and slate sidewalks in the tranquil neighborhoods, then settle on a stool at the lunch counter for a bite to eat. Later you can shop in the stores on Pittsburgh Street, then enjoy refreshments at Miss Elsie’s Tea Room. I promise that everyone will make you feel right at home!
Finch's Crossing Book One: Autumn
This cozy holiday-themed sweet romance features a Halloween pet parade, a fall harvest festival, and a Christmas widows' and orphans’ dinner. What could possibly go wrong? Everything!
Artist Autumn Hamilton is stuck in a creative block so strong she wonders if she will ever emerge. Inwardly determined to find her way back to painting, she puts on a brave face and pretends all is well, even fooling her best friend, Meg. But then a distraction—in the form of hard-hearted Ethan Rasmussen—pulls her into a complex family saga. Autumn must stop Ethan from making a huge mistake, regardless of his good intentions, and no matter how handsome he is.
Meanwhile, online shopping and big box stores have taken their toll on the once vibrant shops and restaurants in downtown Finch’s Crossing. Major Peggy Brightwell has hired entrepreneur Kyle Oswald to bring the merchants into the world of internet marketing and social media, in time to entice Black Friday shoppers to Finch’s Crossing. The eccentric and loveable merchants fall instantly in love with Kyle, but it’s Meg he wishes would notice him. But Meg is hiding a fierce loneliness from everyone, including herself. Kyle is determined to find a chink in her armor, no matter how grumpy and resistant she is.
Autumn and Meg must work through their own problems before romance even stands a chance. And to further complicate matters, Ethan and Kyle have the kind of baggage that just might be a little too heavy for Autumn and Meg to carry.
Martha: A Finch's Crossing Holiday Novella
A delightful holiday novella featuring the loveable and unforgettable characters from “Autumn,” the first book in the Finch’s Crossing small-town, sweet romance series.
Love is ageless! Just ask seventy-two-year-old Martha, who has set her cap on Jack Staub, Finch’s Crossing’s most eligible senior bachelor. But Jack is painfully shy, and nothing she does seems to get his attention. And much to Martha’s dismay, some of the other Golden Girls in Finch’s Crossing have Jack in their cross-hairs. Martha must up her game if she’s ever going to get Jack to notice her. With the help of her friends and neighbors, Martha begins her strategic pursuit. But is she going too far? And will she end up pushing Jack away, and into the arms of her competition?
.COMING MARCH 8, 2020! Finch's Crossing Book Two: Spring
At thirty-six, Spring Hamilton has reached a crossroads in her modeling career. No longer young, but still beautiful, she has severed ties with her controlling and unimaginative manager, and for the first time must figure out her future, alone. The only thing she knows for certain is that if she doesn’t figure out how to transition her career she will end up as a grandmotherly model in mail-order catalogs. As she relocates from Los Angeles to New York she detours to Finch’s Crossing for a quick visit with her sister. But a chance encounter with Gabe Vignaroli, her high school sweetheart, rekindles their love, launching Spring into unbelievable circumstances she never could have predicted. She never thought of herself as the kind of person who would fall in love with another woman’s husband. But when life throws you curves, you . . .
Finch's Crossing Book Three: Summer
Free-spirited, thirty-year-old Summer Hamilton has worked as a chauffer, waitress, obituary writer, and house painter. But when she is fired from her job as a nanny because she rebuked her employer’s advances, she points her pink VW bug east and travels from Seattle to Finch’s Crossing. After a ten-year vagabond life, she yearns to decide what she wants to do when she grows up. Upon arriving at Finch’s Crossing, she meets carefree Trevor Banks, whose job building adventure parks takes him away for weeks at a time. She is torn between the kind of life she has just abandoned and the one she yearns to make for herself. Having just tamed her wanderlust, Summer must decide whether or not to hit the road again with Trevor in order to be with the man she loves. But as their relationship blooms, a nagging voice in her head keeps asking, “Just exactly how ‘carefree’ is Trevor?”
Finch's Crossing Book Four: Winter
Winter “Win” Hamilton’s high school nickname, “The 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 international architectural firm. True, she doesn’t have many friends, but she lives in a beautiful penthouse, has a fat 401K, drives a brand new Porsche Cayenne SUV, and dresses flawlessly in designer clothes. When she breaks her leg in a skiing accident she reluctantly returns to her childhood home to recover. As the broken bones heal, with the help of the handsome local doctor Armistead “Trip” Harrison, she rediscovers the traditional values she grew up with, and wonders how on earth her life got so out of balance. 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. Realizing she’s met the male version of herself, she knows she has her work cut out for her.
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