Delancey Stewart writes contemporary romance.
Stewart has lived on both coasts, in big cities and small towns. She's been a pharmaceutical rep, a personal trainer and a direct sales representative for a French wine importer. But she has always been a writer first.
A military spouse and the mother of two small boys, her current job titles include pirate captain, monster hunter, Lego assembler and story reader. She tackles all these efforts at her current home outside Washington D.C.
When your life burns down, you can give up or you can rebuild...
Maddie Turner's marriage ended in "I'm-bringing-in-a-younger-model" disaster, and when she finds herself living in a trailer, working in a diner, and stuck in the isolated mountain town where she grew up, she's not sure how to turn it all around.
Connor Charles has a dark reputation in the small town of Kings Grove. A reclusive and successful horror writer, he keeps to himself, but that doesn't stop the rumor mill. Connor's keeping some dark secrets, but they aren't the ones everybody believes.
When Maddie meets Connor Charles, sparks fly, but is a mountain romance what either of them really needs? And will a long-held secret ruin everything they've just begun to build?
He’s tortured and dark, angsty and arrogant. You want the truth? He’s kind of an A-hole.
He’s also the CEO.
Everything in my life goes according to plan, and that’s the way I like it. I got the degree. I got the job. Now I just need to prove that I have what it takes to succeed in the real world.
If there’s one thing that’s not in my plans, it’s falling in love with my boss.
Most relationships don’t start with one person calling the other out in public for being an arrogant jerk. Then again, most CEOs don’t cut their own employees in line at the coffeehouse and bark orders at people like they own the place.
Maybe pissing Oliver Cody off isn’t the right move. And now that he’s part of my world, all my plans go straight to hell.
When you’re young, single, and naïve enough to believe that pleather is perfectly-acceptable business attire, New York City is one big playground.
Natalie Pepper is savvy enough to know landing a job as marketing director at an up-and-coming Internet company was sheer luck. But when she falls for her handsome and charming co-worker, she’s not sure her luck will hold out, and losing the job will mean packing her bags and moving back in with Daddy. Not an attractive option. Thanks to her company’s “no fraternization” policy, the brainchild of her insane supervisor, Natalie must choose between the job and the man of her dreams.
Natalie’s impetuous and spirited friend Lulu Rossi has no such choice to make. She knows exactly what she wants and isn’t afraid to go after it at three-hundred miles an hour. It’s just that sometimes the world doesn’t seem to be on the same page. Lulu falls in love hard and fast, and her newest boyfriend is just as smitten. It’s his mother, the less-than-friendly old-money definition of Upper East Side royalty, who needs convincing.
In Highballs in the Hamptons, Natalie is forced to decide what is important to her for once and for all.
Will it be love or her career? And Lulu must prove her worth to Andrew’s family—or make him see that the only person whose opinion really matters is his.
Highballs in the Hamptons is the hilarious second book in Stewart’s Girlfriends of Gotham Series.
It’s 1998…and New York City just might not be prepared for the Girlfriends of Gotham...
Natalie Pepper knows almost nothing about New York City, except that it’s far, far away from her home in California. When she packs up everything she owns and moves there on a whim, luck is on her side. She stumbles into a promising marketing job in the developing Internet industry and finds herself surrounded by poised and polished men who are nothing like the guys she knew back home.
One guy stands out from the rest… CJ: All-American hunk and genuine good guy. But they work together, and giving in to their mutual attraction could put Natalie’s sparkly new world at risk, so she resolves to look, but not to touch.
Natalie’s new friend Candace Kanie has no such concerns. From the barroom to the boardroom, she’s used to getting exactly what she wants, and her no-crap attitude ensures that nothing gets in her way. But when she meets Damon, the notorious playboy at Natalie’s company, she finds that her take-no-prisoners style might not be as effective in the romantic realm.
Frustrated and often irrational, Candace pushes for what she wants until something’s gotta give. And when it does, she realizes that the one thing she might not do better than anyone else is change.
The first book about the loves, lives, and laughter of a group of friends finding their way in the city is a laugh-out-loud romantic comedy full of Men and Martinis!
Pride & Prohibition!
New York socialite Evie McKenzie is happy. At least, she tells herself that she must be since she has a ring on her finger from the man of her dreams and the city’s hottest speakeasy named in her honour. But a secret job as a gossip columnist brings the elusive and sinfully seductive Jack Taylor back into her orbit, and resisting him is twice as hard second time around.
For speakeasy manager Tug Hadley, the roar of the twenties is practically deafening – her eyes and ears are full of opportunity, and she’s ready to grab life with both hands. If only the man she loves weren’t engaged to her best friend…
Beneath the bootlegged booze and beaded flapper dresses, Evie and Tug must decide how much they’re willing to risk to get what they want in this most decadent era of high-stakes hedonism.
Don't miss this fantastic romantic sequel to Prohibited!
Darkest secrets of the Bright Young Things…
In 1920s New York, uptown debutante Evie McKenzie can see that the world is changing. And while her parents may think she’s destined for a life of quiet conversation and polite society, she is determined to roar with the twenties - whatever the cost!
Evie knows she should really be getting her beauty sleep and dreaming of Roger White, the straight-laced Yale graduate her parents have chosen for her. Instead, she’s been heading out to the local speakeasy…and into the arms of dangerously charming Jack Taylor.
But when Evie discovers an unexpectedly wild side to Roger, he’s suddenly competition for smooth-talking Jack – and she has a decision to make. Should she appease her parents…or commit the ultimate rebellion? One thing’s for certain: Evie is going to have a lot of fun making up her mind…
Dixie Fontaine is a planner. Her life is laid out before her down to the last detail. But when her fiancé announces that he has other plans just weeks before the holidays, Dixie’s carefully constructed life begins to crumble.
A last-minute decision to travel home to see her family for the holidays leads Dixie to become stranded at the airport by a sudden snowstorm of epic proportions. All flights are cancelled, and no one’s going anywhere. Dixie’s plans? Foiled again.
Lucky for Dixie, she’s not the only one snowed in. When Brogan, a tall Irish transplant with a wicked grin and a panty-dropping accent wanders into her path, Dixie realizes that there are worse ways to spend Christmas Eve.
A heartwarming (and sexy) holiday tale for lovers of wine, chocolate and romance!
This racy Wine Country novella takes readers back to Redemption Road winery, where Audrey and Tyson are continuing the paths they discovered in Redemption Red.
This book focuses on Rebecca and Ray... And while Rebecca has made peace with her family and returned home to help build the winery into a wine country destination, she is still struggling with ghosts that threaten to destroy her happiness.
When someone shows up from the family's past, everyone must face the truths that time can hide and come to terms with new realities...
A hot adult contemporary romance series set in the world of professional ballet…
The world of professional ballet is built on illusion. The illusion of perfection. The illusion of effortless beauty. The illusion of eternal love.
But backstage, few members of the Union Ballet Company suffer from such illusions.
Anna Glaser has dreamed of nothing but dancing professionally her entire life. And when she’s finally offered a position with Union, she takes it, giving little more than a passing thought to what she might have to give up in exchange. But Sebastian Kaplan, the director who gave her the chance, won’t forget so easily.
When Anna meets Cain, who has been dubbed by the local media as Union’s most eligible bachelor, she realizes that making a deal with the devil might mean that Heaven -- in the form of a gorgeous dark-haired man -- is forever out of her reach.
Dancers at Union know that things that glitter and shine under the stage lights can still be vicious and evil when the lights go down.
Hot contemporary romance meets wine fiction…
Isabella DaSilva hurtles toward California's central valley wine country in an effort to outrun her past, hoping to lose herself among the vines and make her mark as an intern at a pioneering winery with an impressive reputation.
Jonathan Sauvage is at the helm of the struggling winery -- battling demons of his own and unprepared for the arrival of a fiery and opinionated apprentice.
Before long, neither one is sure if they are working together or against each other, but one thing is certain: falling in love just might unravel their chances at finding the futures they thought they wanted.
Hot contemporary romance meets wine fiction…
This book was a semi-finalist in the Kindle Book Reviews Best Kindle Book Awards in 2014!
A culinary student, a troubled ex-Marine and a winery with a delectable Pinot Noir…
When Audrey Montgomery’s carefully planned life collides with the self-destructive path Tyson Dawes is on, neither of them can predict what will happen next.
Audrey is a diligent and self-reliant culinary student at Portland’s prestigious Cordon Bleu. She has a clear picture of her future in mind, and it allows little room for the steely-eyed and tormented young man she bumps into by chance while wine tasting with friends.
Tyson Dawes had a perfect childhood, raised among the wine and vines in Oregon’s Willamette Valley. But even the most idyllic of upbringings couldn’t have prepared him for what he would face as a Marine. He returns to his childhood home angry and haunted by the storms of what he has faced and by those he has lost.
Do opposites truly attract? Can the lure of Audrey’s apparent clarity and innocence offer Tyson hope in the face of his emptiness?