In A Father For Her Triplets by Susan Meier, single mum Missy Johnson has worked hard to provide her adorable triplets with the secure childhood she never had. Then gorgeous Wyatt McKenzie comes back to town and when she sees him bonding with her mischievous trio, Missy realizes five might just be the perfect number!
In The Matchmaker’s Happy Ending by Shirley Jump, professional matchmaker Marnie Franklin has finally found a great guy for her widowed mom. But she discovers that the man’s son is none other than Jack Knight, who she blames for destroying her father’s business. With her mother totally smitten with Jack’s dad, Marnie can't avoid him...and soon he is forcing her to reconsider what really happened all those years ago.
In Second Chance with the Rebel by Cara Colter, seven years after Mac left, a Mother’s Day Gala brings him back into Lucy's life, and once again she finds herself charmed by him. Everything feels different, but the risk of heartbreak is just as strong. But doesn’t everyone deserve a second chance at happiness?
In First Comes Baby... by Michelle Douglas Meg has always dreamed of having the perfect family, and when she learns her baby window is closing there’s only one person who can help — her best friend Ben. Their relationship is strictly platonic — except for one unforgettable kiss. Ben is more than happy to help her become a mother. Only, soon he wants to be more than just their baby’s ‘uncle’. Can he convince Meg that he’s ready to do the unthinkable and settle down to be a real father?
About the Author
Making up stories of her own has always been one of Michelle's passions. She received her first rejection letter at the age of eight for Keri the Koala Baby, and has been writing ever since. A love of literature led her to major in English at the University of Newcastle where she recently completed a MPhil (Creative Writing).
She has worked an assortment of jobs. Everything from waitress at a wedding convention centre (where the staff oohed and ahhed over fairytale wedding dresses) to answering the complaints line at a call centre for a bank. All of which have provided her with endless ideas for stories.
Her own "happy-ever-after" came in 1998 when she eloped to England with husband Greg. They were married in Westminster – the town hall not the Abbey – lived on tinned soup for a month so they could afford to spend their wedding night in The Dorchester, and then flew out the next day to honeymoon in Paris.
She is a sucker for happy endings, heroines who have a secret stash of chocolate, and heroes who know how to laugh. When she's not writing she can usually be found with her nose buried in a book.
Cara Colter was born in Calgary, Alberta, but now lives on a small acreage in British Columbia. She shares her life with eight horses, a cat and her hero, Rob. They have three grown children and a grandchild.
A journalism graduate, Cara has been making her living with words for her entire adult life. Before finding her home at Silhouette, she wrote educational materials, newspaper stories, magazine articles and even sermons!
One of eleven children, Susan Meier was raised on a small farm in western Pennsylvania and attributes her love of stories and writing to lying in grassy fields staring at the clouds daydreaming!
Susan is an avid but terrible golfer, and a woman who desperately wants to learn to cook without having to involve the fire department. Her goals include getting involved with blogging—but hopes no one is holding his or her breath waiting for that—losing fifteen pounds—don’t hold your breath on that one either—and figuring out the financing for an ocean front condo in Virginia Beach. She swears she will wear SPF thirty sunblock and never subject anyone to the site of her in a bikini! (Unless asked—and paid…handsomely.)
Though in the city now, she still lives in Pennsylvania with her husband, three children and two very personable cats. Susan loves hearing from fans and can be reached through her website above.