Steamy small town romance full of heart and humor! USA Today Bestselling Series!
“Everything a reader hopes for. Funny. Hot. Sweet." --New York Times Bestselling Author, Mimi Jean Pamfiloff
The O’Hare brothers put family first, no matter how crazy their Gran gets! Dive into three full-length novels with a fake marriage, second chances, and a friends-to-lovers romance!
Book 1: The Opposite of Wild
Ex-cop Ryan O'Hare takes one look at buttoned-up control freak Liz Garner and just itches to loosen the woman up. Not that he’s into her. Because a woman like that comes with way too many expectations. Not to mention, she practically works for him, and he didn’t hire Liz to watch after his beloved Harley-stealing Gran so he could turn Liz loose in his bed. Still, there’s something about her, a hidden wild side, that makes him wonder what it would take.
Book 2: Daisy Does It All
Exhausted single mom Daisy Garner is shocked when her blog about her perfect life with husband and baby brings a national talk show to her door. Amazing! Except she made the whole thing up. Enter Travis O'Hare, her fake husband, who's intent on becoming the real deal.
Book 3: Bad Taste in Men
Rachel Miller knows opening a café will make her struggling bookstore the place to hang out. But when the bank turns her down and her best friend Shane O’Hare steps in, the café suddenly has too much riding on it—her career, her best friend, and her heart.
Don’t miss the next book in the series, Kissing Santa! Each book can be read as a standalone story.
Clover Park Series
The Opposite of Wild (Book 1)
Daisy Does It All (Book 2)
Bad Taste in Men (Book 3)
Kissing Santa (Book 4)
Restless Harmony (Book 5)
Not My Romeo (Book 6)
Rev Me Up (Book 7)
An Ambitious Engagement (Book 8)
Clutch Player (Book 9)
A Tempting Friendship (Book 10)
Clover Park Bride: Nico and Lily’s Wedding
A Valentine’s Day Gift (Book 11)
Maggie Meets Her Match (Book 12)
Nice entertaining reads.
Clover Park box Series
The stories were funny and kept me laughing and reading without putting the book down. I enjoyed all the characters in the 3 stories.
This read is a waste of time. The characters have the emotional development of young teenagers and unrealistic character development at the end of each story.