Sweet romances to warm your heart
Picture Imperfect (Roseville Romances #1)
Can a struggling career woman and a procrastinating artist save a beloved nonprofit?
Aspiring novelist Caroline Penn expected a promotion, not a picture book assignment. But when her employer, the non-profit Helping Hope, runs into financial trouble, this book might be the solution. With the company struggling to stay afloat, she and the illustrator will need to collaborate on a strict deadline—no problem for a workaholic like Caroline, right?
Andy Jackson, a “starving” artist, pays the bills by taking on graphic design gigs, but his perfectionism gets in the way. If only he could focus on a project for once, perhaps he could achieve his dream to make art for children for a living.
When the two are thrust together to create a book, Caroline can’t seem to write for children, and Andy can’t meet a deadline to save his life. As time ticks down to release day, the two must face their pasts and insecurities. If they can avoid strangling one another for long enough, they may just bring to the table what the other is missing.
If not, the fate of their careers—and a beloved nonprofit—hangs in the balance.
Finding Harmony (Roseville Romances #2)
Elijah can't seem to catch a break with his church's congregation. As a worship leader, he struggles to find a way to make everyone happy, especially Don, a man who drove out the last worship leader.
Liv says yes to everything, music lessons, extra shifts at She Brews, to the point where she can't seem to maintain her balance, literally and figuratively. Too bad jobs keep falling through and bills keep piling up.
Together they'll enter an indie songwriting competition, with a Grand Prize amount of $20,000, enough money to help Liv's dad recover and pay his hospital bills.
But winning the competition might mean losing themselves in the process. They'll have to find a way to strike harmony between writing songs they love and songs the audience actually wants to hear.
Curtain Call (Roseville Romances #3)
Griffith can't seem to do anything right in his parents' eyes. At least not compared to his brother, who does amazing missionary work in the Dominican Republic. Doesn't help that they feel wary about his so-called job working as a playwright-slash-director at a local theater.
Hadassah has been told her whole life that by the time she reaches the age of twenty-something, her mother wants grandchildren. Doesn't help that she has to live at home to help around the house, with her mother's constant reminders of her future.
Much as she loves children, she feels some of her talents go unused.
They'll band together to put on a Christmas show for the town, the theater's biggest moneymaker. But the production may fall apart under the pressure of their parents, and themselves, to truly find their calling.