Diana Graham. Her heart was broken when her mother died and she’s picked up the hunt for her mother’s family. She’s far too busy seeking news about her grandfather, working at Pandora’s Boutique, and learning about Mt. Moriah to fall in love. She’s even told herself she hasn’t got time for a relationship.
Now a handsome man has taken up residence at The Inn where she is staying and he’s determined to change her mind. Can she trust him with her family secrets or, will his love of gossip ruin their chances?
Will Birmingham booked into The Inn on Main Street when he had a household disaster. Diana walked into his room by accident and he knew it was love at first sight as she stifled her embarrassment. He had given up on finding a woman who could love him and that he could love in the small town. Off-hand connections with some of the women there meant nothing to him. Leaving Mt. Moriah would be the only way the right woman would ever find him, he thought. Until now.
But Will has a piece of Diana’s family puzzle and he doesn’t even realize it. When she finds out, will it wedge itself in between them forever barring a relationship?More info →
Jenny Jones has returned to Mt. Moriah after a disastrous relationship with Brandon Daniels, the lead singer for Sarcastix, a band on the rise in Nashville. She makes it back home after Thanksgiving and realizes quickly that things are not as she left them. Her room is now occupied by her brother, as well as her car. Her parents are not able to support her any longer. And worst of all, Jeremiah Collins has moved on with his life as well.
Jeremiah Collins, or Jere sees Jenny get into her family sedan on the day after she returns to Mt. Moriah. He's convinced she's only home for the holidays. He plans to steer clear of the man she ran off with if he appears. When he doesn't appear, Jere learns that Jenny is home for good and is more than a little broken-hearted. She's broken financially as well, and needs a job. When he offers her a job at his market, Jere's Veggie Heaven, things get heated.More info →
South Lake, MIssissippi used to be a quiet, sleepy little town. The cops were on a first-name basis with the townsfolk, the teacher's were always bumping into their students at civic events, and the town's inhabitants loved each other. Mostly. What has happened to all the goodness in the world?More info →