What would you think if one day your wife disappeared, and everyone believed you were responsible?How would you feel if the only thing that kept you from being arrested was your child's insistence that his mommy told him she was leaving?And what would you do if you suspected your son was lying?One day Craig Lofgren came home to discover that his wife was gone. He and his kids have been living in a nightmare ever since. The police think he killed her; the neighbors do, too. The only bright spot is Robin McKinnon, the one person who believes in Craig. But until his wife is found he has nothing to offer her. Welcome to purgatory.
Adopting one child is challenge enough for a single woman like Suzanne Chauvin. Now that she has the chance to adopt a brother and sister who shouldn't be separated, she has to keep her life as simple as possible.Which means she doesn't have time for an added complication in the form of her neighbor Tom Stefanec. Tom knows too much about Suzanne's past…and she knows nothing about his.
Laurel Woodall dreams of having a baby. But she can't let herself fall in love and will never again let a man in her life….Caleb Manes thinks Laurel is his future. When he hears she wants to have a baby on her own, he volunteers to be the father. Making a baby in this unconventional manner isn't the best way to further a relationship with Laurel, but it might lead to something more. Now he just has to convince her that this is what best friends are for….
His surprise family… Matt will do anything for his precious niece. Hanna’s his only relative, and he knows he can help her through the tragic loss of her parents. Getting custody of her, however, means challenging her aunt, Linnea – a woman far more enticing than he remembers. When their attraction threatens Matt’s guardianship, court seems like his only option.Joint custody is not the outcome Matt was expecting. Yet it could be the best thing that’s happened to him. Because being with Linnea and Hanna together feels right and good…and they just might be the family he’s always wanted.
Every Christmas gift Will and Dinah exchange is a symbol of their love. The tradition begins on their very first date in 1968, when Will arrives with an exquisitely wrapped present that shows he, unlike everyone else in her life, believes in her dream of becoming a chef.It continues through every holiday season after that–whether they're together or apart. But the tradition ends when tragedy strikes. After that, only an unexpected gift can make things right.