Kat Jones writes sweet contemporary romances that center around cozy hometowns, troubled characters, and families finding true love—always with a smile and dash of laughter. Kat resides in the North East with a patchwork family of her own, including three ornery kids and husband who loves to tell corny jokes.
You never quite know how love will find you.
Peeing. There's a little boy peeing on his aunt's front porch and Buck Washington, Sheriff of Hope Springs, Alaska, couldn't be more shocked. That is, until the kid's mother silences Buck's steadfast parental advice-with the hose.
Edie Matthews instantly regrets the reckless move. On the run from her abusive husband, Edie has kidnapped her stepson, determined to protect the child from the man she is confident murdered his first wife.
Avoiding Buck is best, but then the infuriating man exacts revenge-with a water gun. Soon, her new neighbor isn't just asking questions, he's asking Edie on a date.
Can Edie dare to love again? To trust in a man.and her new identity? Or will her secrets come back to bite them both?
Tall, tanned, dark, and delicious? More like former fianc‚!
The stud-muffin headed in the direction of Claire Water's newly opened chocolate shop is none other than the doctor she once dated-and he's rattling the skeletons in her closet every step of the way.
For Claire has a secret-a six-year old, blonde-haired, blue-eyed little girl of a secret-and Burke Harlow has questions. Lots of them, the kind that poke too deep and hit hard too hard, for those pesky old feelings between them aren't finished yet. Not by a secret baby mile.