Blind Date Collection
Readers will love this collection of six novellas—three contemporary and three historical—all with one thing in common: Romance.
My contemporary romance story, Bianca’s Hope is included in this anthology. Bianca is one of the teens from Lily’s House—all grown up!
A blind-date-gone-wrong is not the way Bianca would have chosen to celebrate the news that she might be losing her business, but saying no to the sister who took care of her after their mother’s death proves impossible. So for one date, one torturous evening, she’ll endure the company of an infuriating, heartless man she has no intention of ever seeing again. She doesn’t expect her heart to have other plans. Bianca soon learns that sometimes the unexpected is not only what you need, it’s exactly what you’ve been waiting for all along.
Plus Three Historical Romance Novellas:
The Promise that Katy Did by Annette Lyon: After the death of her friend, Katy must honor the unusual promise she made: meet with Mr. Balmer. The elderly gentleman arranges for his grandson Barrett to escort her to a town dance.
A Lady of Sense by Sarah M. Eden: Eleanor Sherwood has lived her entire life under her parents’ thumb with little hope of escape. When they choose the unbearable Mr. Broadstead to be her future husband, she begs her father for another option. What is a lady to do when faced with such an impossible choice?
A Second Chance by Heather B. Moore: When Millie asks Virginia to participate in a double-date, Virginia knows she’s not ready to start dating again. Reluctantly she agrees, only to find out that Max might just be the man who can repair the cracks in her heart.
And Two More Contemporary Romance Novellas:
Braelynn’s Blind Date by Victorine E. Lieske: When Braelynn agrees to go on a blind date, she thinks she’s hit the jackpot. Tyler is gorgeous and the perfect gentleman. Of course she should have known it was too good to be true. Monday morning, she discovers that her gorgeous blind date is her new boss.
Blind Spot by Sariah Wilson: When Ria reads about a country teeming with princes, she drops everything and applies to grad school there. But every blind date goes wrong, and Ria discovers that all the things she thought she wanted in a man are far from what she really needs.