Ann B Harrison has been prolific with her writing last year. Two further books were released in her Watson Brothers series, the first book in her Moore Sisters series and one stand-alone novel.
After being turned down for his dream job, Evan needs to reassess his future as he returns home for his brother’s wedding. Taking a chance, he asks Dr. Denver Sinclair to accompany him as his date. He never expects her to say yes, so he is surprised when she agrees. After all, he’s been trying to get her to go out with him for the last two years with no luck.
But brilliant ambitious Denver has an agenda. Her main goal in life is to prove her father wrong–she is perfectly capable of running a hospital without his connections or assistance. But to take up the reins as the administrator of Marietta Hospital, she must have community roots or marry a local. When Evan lets slip he’s from Marietta, her goal is within reach. Seducing Evan is easy. She just didn’t anticipate marriage to the small town doctor would ever involve her heart.
Will Denver and Evan find love in the most unexpected place–with each other?
High powered Denver attorney Layla Cox gets more than she bargains for when she sets her sights on a sexy cowboy during her friend and client’s wedding. After a weekend of explosive and unforgettable sex, her tryst has consequences. She’s pregnant. Determined to provide a good life for her baby, she leaves her fast lane life to buy a practice in small town Marietta so her child can have some contact with his birth father.
Tyson Watson doesn’t know what hit him. After his brother’s wedding and the best weekend of his life with the woman of his dreams, he doesn’t hear from the beautiful lawyer again–until she arrives at his ranch, announces she’s pregnant, and tells him that she doesn’t need anything from him. Too bad. Layla may be independent, but Tyson is stubborn and has no intention of falling in line with Layla’s plan.
Can two strong-willed people turn a weekend of passion into a lifelong love?
After a rough year involving a serious car accident, painful recovery and broken engagement, Dakota Moore moves to Cherry Lake to rebuild her life. To embrace her new community, she volunteers to coordinate the annual Christmas tree gala.
Adam Clements has come home to help his mother run the family business while his father recovers from a heart attack. For the last decade, he’s been a high-flying soccer player, enjoying the life that comes with his popularity. But something is missing and he can’t put his finger on it… until he returns to Cherry Lake and remembers the feeling of home.
Adam tries to keep his distance because he knows he’ll be leaving, but he can’t deny his attraction to Dakota. With the countdown to Christmas on, can Dakota convince Adam that his home is right there in Cherry Lake, with her?
Foxborough Hall is an Australian split narrative set in Sydney and the Hunter Valley between 1940 and 1980. At approximately 97 000 words, it’s a story of lies, deceit, secrets and guilt.
After her husband’s tragic death, journalist Billie Stanford and her son arrive home in Australia hoping to reconnect with her mother and rebuild their lives. Billie’s emotional instability escalates when she goes out to Foxborough Hall to do a story for the newspaper against her mother’s wishes. She is pulled into Wilhelmina’s life, discovering more than anyone expected. The pieces all come together, family tragedies hidden behind closed doors, mental illness ignored and her mother’s unwillingness to explain her past. Finally, Billie uncovers the truth behind her aunt’s death.
In a professional capacity, Hamish Abbott, finds himself drawn into the dramas surrounding his new neighbour, challenging both his personal experience and academic beliefs. It’s not long before he finds his emotions involved. With so much evidence against her, will he find Billie to be sane or unstable as her mother suggests?
For buy links visit Ann’s Amazon author page here or her website.