Author: Joyce DeBacco

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Tomorrow Blossoms

Tomorrow Blossoms
  • Number: B006GCQBC2
  • Release: 2011-11-29
  • Author: Joyce DeBacco
  • Genre: Romance
  • Tags: * Contemporary, Romantic Elements, Women's Fiction
  • Publisher: Independently Published
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When Kate's husband, Ward, locates the son she put up for adoption as an unwed teen, she's understandably wary. What if he looks like his father instead of Ward?

The boy, now a man, is also wary. Who are these people who suddenly want him to be a part of their lives? Where were they when he was growing up, when he needed to feel a part of something bigger? After meeting each other, everyone's fears dissipate.

When Ward passes away unexpectedly, Kate is devastated but thankful he never knew the truth. Facing the rest of her life alone, she returns to work in the company he founded. She's still coming to grips with life as a single when she learns her son was adopted into the family of Jesse, the boy who turned her away as a pregnant teen.


Where Dreams are Born

Where Dreams are Born
  • 4 Stars
  • Number: B004L2LL7E
  • Release: Out Now
  • Author: Joyce DeBacco
  • Genre: Romance
  • Tags: Women's Fiction
  • Publisher: L&L Dreamspell
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Fate brings Vicky to the home of Jack Hazlett, a harried widower in need of domestic help. She never expected to find a safe haven for her son—and the man of her dreams.

It was supposed to be a win-win situation—a safe environment in which to raise a son for single mom Vicky, housekeeping and childcare for widowed Jack. Believing they’ve had their shot at happiness, neither is looking to complicate their lives with a romantic entanglement. At first Jack sees Vicky as skinny and plain, guarded with him, but openly warm with his children, an important quality for a man who grew up in the foster care system. However, his growing attraction to the woman who scrubs his toilets and washes his underwear complicates their working relationship. Vicky, too, is reluctant to get involved, having been down that road before with disastrous results.

When Jack learns his friend fathered Vicky’s son and now wants partial custody, he feels threatened. He’s come to care deeply for both, and doesn’t want to lose the family they’ve become. In desperation he offers a radical solution—marriage. Vicky knows she can do worse than marry Jack, but wonders how successful their marriage would be when its only reason for being was to keep from losing her son. Add to this a troubled child keeping a secret about her dead mother, and a vindictive ex bent on revenge…


Serendipity House

Serendipity House
  • Number: 978-1-935013-98-3
  • Release: September 1, 2009
  • Author: Joyce DeBacco
  • Genre: Romance
  • Tags: * Romantic Suspense
  • Publisher: Wild Child Publishing
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Genre: Romance/Mainstream/Women's Fiction
Book Length: Novel
Length: 75,723
 
Sylvie Gardner was a pleaser. She did as her mother pleased, and she did as her fiance pleased. Finally, she did as she pleased. Raised by a domineering mother, Sylvie doesn't like the submissive woman she's become. Determined to take back her life, she heads to the hills instead of to the altar on her wedding day. Coming across a quaint, country inn with an intriguing name, she impulsively checks into SERENDIPITY HOUSE. Peopled with an odd assortment of characters, the inn has clearly seen better days. Even the regulars have a bit of wear on them. Thus, when debonair Alex Clemenceau arrives and is strangely comfortable vacationing among the geriatric set, Sylvie is suspicious and does her best to ignore him. But Alex will not be ignored, pushing her buttons until she admits, if only to herself, that she's falling in love with him. Not until she's hired to manage the inn does she learn he's not the pedigreed gentleman he purports to be, but a streetwise PI hired by her ex to find her. Adding insult to injury, he's bought the inn and asks for her help in restoring it to its former glory.
 
Forced to work together, both learn about relationships, expectations, and acceptance--among family members as well as strangers who become like family.


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