Sela Gordon, the shy owner of a Tennessee general store, finds safety in solitude. But if anyone can pierce her protective shell it’s the handsome, mysterious ex-military man living alone in the wilds of Cove Mountain. For two years, he’s kept his distance—until the day he appears to warn her that a catastrophic solar storm capable of taking down the power grid is coming. Now, Sela must find the courage to become the leader Wears Valley needs.
Bitter experience has taught Ben Jernigan it’s best to look out for number one. For two years the former soldier has lived in a self-imposed exile, using a top-notch security system to keep people away. But he had to let Sela know about the impending threat—and now the quiet and undeniably sexy woman is making it too easy for him to lower his guard.
As panic spreads, Sela and Ben discover that in the dark, cut off from the outside world, there’s no more playing it safe—in life or in love.
Bigfoot and the Librarian
Something in the Water?
Marnie Somerset's new job at the Mystic Springs Library seems almost too good to be true. Yes, the small Alabama town is populated with more than its share of odd people, and she did have a flat tire on her way into town and hallucinate Bigfoot crossing the road, which made for less than a stellar start. But the library is fantastic, her new house is charming, and the hot local writer keeps crossing her path.
In more ways than one.
Clint Maxwell is drawn to the new librarian, even though he knows getting involved with someone from outside Mystic Springs would be a very bad idea. Marnie's not a Springer, and she won't last long in a town awash with magic. Still, when she's threatened he feels compelled to protect her. Is she meant to be his? Is this the woman he's been waiting for?
Santa and the Snow Witch
Luke Benedict is Mystic Springs’ very own Santa. He’s also owner of the hardware store and the local handyman. Not everything can be fixed with magic. His gift is a handy one; he knows what those around him need before they do. What he can’t see is what he needs.
Jordan Carter’s family has been making it snow on Christmas Eve for years, but this year there’s a problem. She can’t call up a single flake. Something within her is broken, and going to Luke for help is a desperate response. Maybe he’ll see what she needs.
Is it possible that what she needs is him?