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Serendipity Series Bundle (Ebook)
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He came from the wrong side of the tracks. She lived in the house on the hill.
Now their fortunes have reversed…but their long-ago attraction still burns.

From high school golden girl to wife of a high-powered New York attorney, Faith Harrington lived the dream. Until divorce and her father’s imprisonment for fraud left her with almost nothing. Now she’s back in her hometown to redesign her life, and not every face is friendly. Least of all the town rebel, whose memory lingered long after they shared one searing teenage kiss.

Ethan Barron is a bad boy. Was. Was a bad boy. Now a man—a very rich man—he quietly buys the old Harrington mansion to thumb his nose at Serendipity and the people who looked down on him. But until he reconciles with his brothers and builds a life, the victory rings hollow.

Faith had been a rich girl ripe for rebellion, and his shamelessly stolen kiss still burns in his dreams. Only a fool would risk feeding town gossip by asking her to redecorate the house she grew up in. But Ethan never did choose easy. Not when the hard way promises a much sweeter—and hotter—reward.

KISMET - novella
Time has changed the girl he left behind—and the sexy woman won’t fall into his bed so easily.

Lissa Gardelli’s journalism career is about to take a big leap forward, thanks to scoring an interview with Wall Street wonder, Trevor Dane. There’s just one hurdle: keeping her identity a secret until she gets in the door.

Trevor Dane has arrived—corner office, seven-figure income, and women at the snap of his fingers. A profile piece in the News Journal is just icing on the cake. Until he lays eyes on his interviewer, the high school sweetheart who’s haunted his dreams for ten long years.

The sparks between them still burn, and business quickly ignites into pleasure. But Lissa is keeping one last secret…one that could either solidify their reunion, or drive them apart—for good.

She won’t let any man stake a claim — but for him she might make an exception.

Nash Barron may be cynical toward love but he still intends to enjoy his brother’s wedding. Especially when a beautiful woman lays a surprise kiss on him that tempts his resolve. But Kelly Moss is the last woman he should want, considering her complex connection to his family.

That kiss, though… it’s still taunting him days later.

Kelly has learned a lot about herself since her mother abandoned her and her half-sister, Tess. One, that parenting isn’t her strong suit and two, that showing vulnerability to any man is a weakness she can’t afford. Yet now that she and Tess are settled in Serendipity, leave it to Nash Barron to show her a kindness beneath his tough-lawyer exterior that dents her carefully constructed walls.

But Kelly is hiding something. And Nash doesn’t tolerate secrets. If he ever discovers what she’s concealed, she’s positive he’ll turn his back—and break her heart.

FATED - novella
He used to crush on her best friend. How can he convince her falling for him won’t crush her heart?

Though Nick Mancini flirts with her like it’s his second job, Kate Andrews tries to ignore the sexy construction worker. How could he be interested in her? Not that long ago, he was in love with Kate’s best friend, Faith. His muscled body and sexy dimples are hard to resist, but Kate refuses to be anyone’s rebound girl. Been there, done that, burned the road map.

Trouble is, Kate does believe in love at first sight. But it has to be a two-way street, and she’s convinced she and Nick are destined to crash and burn.

Nick can pinpoint the exact moment he gave up on Faith, and really saw Kate for the first time. He’d ticked her off, and she’d been seriously angry. He’d looked right into those flashing green eyes, and he was a goner. He’s pretty sure Kate feels the same way, but despite their off-the-charts chemistry, she rejects him at every turn.

But Nick is nothing if not persistent, and those longing looks she sneaks his way don’t lie. She wants him, too. For Nick to break through Kate’s barriers, he’ll have to throw out the original blueprint and come up with a whole new plan. One that takes him off guard and cements their future.

They’ve got chemistry. But he’s her brother’s worst enemy—and his arresting officer.

For Officer Dare Barron, there’s only one good thing about bad-boy Brian McKnight getting thrown in the drunk tank again. Being there when Brian’s sister, Liza, strides into the precinct on those long, delectable legs to bail her brother out.

It’s not just the old building’s failing air conditioning making Dare sweat. Liza is a contradiction of proper lady and sexy siren who’s riveted Dare’s attention since high school.

She’s always been oblivious, which is a good thing because she’s way out of his league. Plus, she’s got a huge blind spot where her brother’s concerned, and Dare knows what’s hiding in that void she refuses to see.

When one of those secrets threatens Liza’s safety, Dare doesn’t hesitate to appoint himself her protector. Close proximity awakens Liza’s desire for the sexy cop and fuels the sizzling heat between them, but the bad blood between their families could ruin any chance for love.

Ethan Barron sped down Main Street in his hometown of Serendipity, New York, with one thought only. You can’t outrun your past. He ought to know. He’d tried hard enough.

He was still trying, if buying the old Harrington estate under a corporate name counted. But he had his reasons. It was one thing to let his brothers know he’d returned. He didn’t mind allowing the rest of the town time to squirm, wondering who’d purchased the town landmark from the SEC auction block. Ethan hoped the fate of the previous owner wasn’t a bad omen for him. He’d like the next phase of his life in Serendipity to be better than the last.

Ten years after taking off, he was back to face his past and make amends, if such a thing was possible. So far, his younger brothers weren’t interested in any family reunion he had to offer. His recklessness had destroyed their lives, and he’d compounded his mistakes by leaving town—and leaving them to social services. They weren’t ready to forgive.


He was still working on forgiving himself.

Nash and Dare were adults now, but Ethan owed them, and he intended to prove they could count on him for the duration. Hopefully then they’d come around. And he’d be waiting, no matter how tough the road or how long it took. Buying the most prominent house in town was his first step. Evidence that he’d made something of himself and proof he was putting down roots, no longer the selfish ass who’d caused more trouble than he cared to remember.

As he approached the turn to the house he’d only been living in for three weeks, he noticed a woman standing on the grass beside the long driveway. He turned and slowed to a stop, then climbed out of his Jaguar, another concession to his success.

He walked toward his visitor, taking her in at a glance. The woman had shoulder-length blond hair and, even in the heat of summer, wore a dark pair of denim jeans and a collarless but clearly expensive jacket. Hearing his approach, she turned toward him, her eyes shaded by large black sunglasses masking her face. He didn’t recognize her, yet a flicker of something he couldn’t name passed through him.

“Anything I can do for you?” he asked.

She shook her head. “No. I was just taking a walk.” Her soft voice touched a memory deep inside him, but it was gone just as quickly.

“Well, this is private property.” He cocked his head toward the main road, hoping she’d take the hint.

He wasn’t in the mood for small talk with strangers. Although this well-put-together female definitely sparked his interest, he wasn’t here for anything but family and setting the past right. No distractions. Not even sexy overdressed ones. In his experience, those kinds of women were the most dangerous.

She lifted her glasses, and her golden eyes seared him straight through to his soul as she held his gaze for a long, deliberate moment. Like she was judging him.

“Yep. Still an arrogant ass,” she muttered, her previously mellow voice now pissed off and angry.


She slipped the sunglasses back in place, squared her shoulders, and headed down the road, turning her back on him just as he’d intended.

“Wait,” he called after her, the word coming out like a direct order.

“I’m not your damn yo-yo,” she tossed back over her shoulder and kept walking.

But he couldn’t let her go. “I said wait.” He took a quick jog to catch up with her and grabbed her arm.

“What?” she snapped and jerked her arm back, annoyed.

He inclined his head, unsure what had come over him. “Do I know you?” he asked, the answer niggling somewhere in the deep recesses of his mind.

“You tell me.” She lifted her glasses, this time perching them on top of her head, giving him a full view of her face and features for the first time.

Soft creamy skin with a hint of freckles, golden-brown eyes, and a perfect nose. Her pulse beat hard at the base of her throat, giving life to the memory hovering just out of reach. Another hot steamy day, him on his motorcycle, her in her cheerleading outfit, walking from school to the house he now called home.

“Well, I’ll be damned,” he muttered as more memories slammed into him.

He’d offered her a ride home that day. No one had been more shocked than him when she’d taken it. Instead of driving up the hill, he’d taken her behind an abandoned building in town and kissed her senseless. He’d wanted more, but she’d rejected him.

He was right. He couldn’t outrun his past.

“So you do remember,” she said, her tone clearly challenging him.

He inclined his head. “The princess from the mansion on the hill,” he mused out loud.

She placed one hand on her hip. “What does that make you as the new owner? Prince Charming?”

So word had gotten out after all. He should probably thank his housekeeper, Anna, for that. She’d come with the house, needed the job, and didn’t like him at all. She provided him with all the gossip he didn’t want to know about the town of Serendipity and its inhabitants. She talked nonstop while she worked. Of course she’d tell the prior owner’s daughter who had bought their home.

“Well?” his trespasser asked, drawing him back to the present.

Ethan grinned. He liked her spunk and couldn’t help but laugh. “I don’t remember you being a wiseass.”

She raised a delicate eyebrow. “Maybe that’s because you didn’t know me all that well,” she said in the haughty tone he remembered.

“And whose fault was that?” He deliberately baited her, the memory of her rejection surprisingly strong after all these years.

I stepped out the door of the Ladies’ Room at Joe’s Bar and found the man of my fantasies waiting, arms crossed over his broad chest, a dark look in his intense eyes.

“Hi,” I said, intending to stride past him.

“In a hurry?” he asked.

I swallowed hard. “No. I just thought you were waiting for someone.”

“I was. I was waiting for you.”

I blinked, but dizziness assaulted me and I wasn’t sure if it was the alcohol I’d drank or Ethan’s unique masculine scent that had me off kilter.

“Hi,” I said again, grinning this time.

He shook his head and laughed.

The sound rocked my world. His smile tilted it even more.

He reached out and lifted my chin with his hand, looking into my eyes. “You’re drunk.”

I shook my head in denial. Big mistake. I wobbled, and he reached out to steady me. His hand on my bare arm branded my skin, causing my temperature to soar and my heart to pound harder in my chest.

“Maybe a little…tipsy.” I giggled but resisted the urge to cover my mouth in embarrassment. Faith Harrington never giggled. Until now, that is. “Make that a lot tipsy,” I admitted.

A sexy smile tilted his lips. “I can see that, Princess.”

I loved how he used that word, the way it rolled off his tongue like an endearment. Not that I’d ever admit as much to him.

“You’re right about that. I’m definitely feeling something.” Because his hand not only still held my arm, but he ran his thumb back and forth over my skin. But I wasn’t complaining. I liked his touch way too much.

“Ready to go back to your table?” he asked.

I nodded and took a few steps, then realized I wasn’t steady on my feet but Ethan’s hand was still there, keeping me upright, and I was grateful. “Thanks.”

He wrapped his arm around my waist, and I no longer wanted to fight him. He pulled me close, his hard body aligning with mine.

I closed my eyes for a second and inhaled deeply, taking in the scent I knew would arouse me for a long time to come. “You smell good,” I murmured.

“You smell better.” His gruff voice brought me out of my daydream, and I realized I’d spoken out loud.

He pulled me tighter against him.

Oh man.

He walked me to Kate’s table, and I leaned over to whisper in my friend’s ear. “I’ve had way too much to drink, so I’m going upstairs before I get in trouble.”

Kate glanced from me to Ethan, who waited beside me. “Oh, honey, I think you already found trouble,” Kate said softly.

I giggled again. “He found me.”

Find out what happens next in Serendipity!

Welcome to Serendipity, where fate, fortune, and love are destined to meet.

Meet the estranged Barron brothers, sexy alpha males dealing with their roots in the small town of Serendipity.

Read the full series if you love:

  • Billionaires
  • Opposites Attract
  • Small Town
  • Blue Collar
  • Second Chances
  • Workplace Romance
  • Police / Cop Hero
  • Friends to Lovers
  • Brother’s Enemy
  • Romantic Suspense

Get all five books and settle in to enjoy the best of small town life—from the one-upmanship that’s natural to brothers, to the way everyone knows everyone’s business. This bundle includes separate ebook editions of the five original Serendipity series stories: three novels and 2 shorter length (but still substantial!) novellas. If you want even more Serendipity, continue the series with the Serendipity’s Finest bundle (see the add-on at the top of the page!).

*After you purchase the bundle, you will receive an email with a link to download your ebooks. Then you can simply send the ebooks to any Kindle, tablet, or phone. Enjoy.


  • Serendipity — Ethan & Faith
  • Kismet — Trevor & LIssa
  • Destiny — Nash & Kelly
  • Fated — Nick & Kate
  • Karma — Dare & LIza

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