The Due South 2 Boxed Set contains 4 books from Tracey Alvarez’s best-selling series set against the stunning backdrop of Aotearoa, New Zealand. If you like heartwarming, sexy and sweet small-town romances with a touch of comedy, you’ll love sharing the journey with these authentic men and women struggling to find their special someone.
Playing For Fun (Book #6): Novel
Is Ford Komeke New Zealand’s most reluctant bachelor?
New Zealand’s octogenarian matchmaker is at work, with Holly Parker and Ford Komeke in the cross-hairs. One kiss forces them out of the friendzone, but the ugliness in Ford’s past holds his heart hostage. Playing for fun or playing for keeps? Holly and Ford must decide because the consequences of falling in love means that someone’s heart or someone’s dream will ultimately end up shattered.
Drawing Me In (Book #7): Novel
A nine-year-old secret he never saw coming…
Bree Findlow’s ordered life just got complicated. Harley, the man who once broke her heart has moved back to Stewart Island, and her sister arrives with a boy with Harley’s eyes and artistic talent. With Harley’s dark past, he never wanted to risk a family. But what choice does he have when Bree won’t see reason? Fight hard, fight dirty. Fight to win.
Kissing The Bride (Book #7.5): Short Story
The countdown is on to the Wedding of the Year, New Zealand!
It’s seven days until Shaye Harland and Del Westlake finally tie the knot—and it’ll be the most awesomesauce wedding Stewart Island has ever seen if Shaye has anything to do with it. Her All Things Nuptial journal has the big day planned to perfection, but not everything runs like clockwork. While marrying the man of her dreams beats chocolate as an Easter treat, a few mini-catastrophes like Boris the obstinate sea lion threaten to ruin their special day.
Saying I Do (Book #8): Novel
Marriage and happily-ever-after are for suckers…
Joe Whelan was fooled once on the way to the altar, and the Irish doctor isn’t about to be an eejit over a woman again. MacKenna Jones loves a good wedding—so long as she’s sewing the bride’s gown, not walking down the aisle herself. When the stakes are so high, will these two gun-shy cynics ever say I Do?