Waiting on Love by Leah Atwood
Tanya Reeves dreamed of happily-ever-afters, but life rarely turns out as planned, which she discovered when she got pregnant in high school. For seven years, she has raised her daughter without a father.
Scott Lamar never meant to abandon his daughter and pregnant girlfriend, but life happened, and college provided a means of escape. All that changed when he found faith in God, and now he wants to make up for his past mistakes. Is it ever too late to do the right thing?
Mistletoe and Mochas by Lynnette Bonner
When Chelsea Tan looks up from the mocha she's making to see Cannon Jones, she nearly drops the cup. He hasn't contacted her once in the past several weeks. She'd gotten his message loud and clear. But now he wants to spend time with her? Well, he'll just see how gullible she is this time!
Cannon hopes Chelsea will understand the reasons he hasn't been in contact. But she's as frosty as the Seattle air the week before Christmas. He'd better put on all his charm. Maybe with the help of a few mochas and some mistletoe all will not be lost.
Cephalopod Cupid by Kathleen Freeman
Lacey McDowell has the best job in the world. She's a Marine biologist at the Seattle Aquarium. Her favorite "exhibit," an octopus escape artist named Gabriel, should make the coming Christmas merry enough.
But with her friend marrying her ex-boyfriend, it may be time for a change. The N.O.A.A. research vessel in port is looking for a marine biologist. But how can Lacey leave Gabriel? And what about the boy who loves her favorite cephalopod, or his father, a handsome executive who's moving to Seattle?
Christmas Bells are Ringing by Lesley Ann McDaniel
Having recently relocated to Seattle, Shelby longs for someone special in her life. When a handsome green-eyed stranger walks into the coffee shop where she works, her interest is piqued. Later, she finds a bag containing five beautiful hand-painted Christmas bells on the cream and sugar table. No one comes back to claim it, so she decides to do a little detective work. Does she dare hope that it will lead her to the stranger with the magnetic green eyes?
Seattle Rayne by Sylvia Stewart
Loneliness has hovered over Rayne DeMarco's life. Frequent infusions of coffee have neither enlivened her flagging business as a freelance writer nor her social life. Seattle's gray winter skies seem to mirror her life.
Then a mama cat with three rambunctious kittens finds a home in her above-the-garage apartment, and a handsome Montana cowboy, Matt Hayes, walks back into her life. Add a puppy who needs a little love and you have a Seattle romance that is as sure to warm your heart as the hot coffee Seattleites crave.
All I Want for Christmas by Janalyn Voigt
When Corey broke Hailey's heart, her best friend Matt picked up the pieces. If Matt wasn't a cubicle worker moonlighting as a Seattle street musician, this would be easy. But never mind that he stirs her emotions, Hailey can't afford a drag on her ambitions. She needs to climb the career ladder to keep her childhood home.
Matt isn't about to tell Hailey that the 'fiddle' he carries is a Stradivarius or that he owns a tuxedo, not after his fiancé ditched him for a man with more money. Let her love him for himself or not at all.
Scrooge Falls in Love by Susette Williams
Tate Stephens begrudgingly agrees to play Scrooge in the school Christmas play. He's irritated that Charity Fletcher, his nephew's teacher, chose his handicapped nephew for the part of Tiny Tim. Didn't she find it cruel to typecast his nephew that way?
Charity reluctantly gives Tate a role in the school play so he can make sure Matthias is safe. Charity hopes Uncle Tate will make a similar transformation as Scrooge in their rendition of the play. Can the school play be a success, or will Tate become the Scrooge who wouldn't change and spoils Christmas?