Wacky humor. Happily ever afters. Lots of laughs. All the feels.
If hilarious romantic comedies are your jam, you'll want to check out this collection. Three women traveling the world who find love when they least expect it.
BOOK 1 – SMITTEN WITH RAVIOLI
Love is on the menu in this sweet romantic comedy set in Italy.
Ginny's Italian cooking course was supposed to be a peaceful escape from her troubles. But when she meets Preston, an infuriating know-it-all history professor, she quickly realizes her past has come back to haunt her.
The last thing Ginny needs is for Preston to find out who she really is. Her plan seems foolproof—assume a fake identity and keep her distance from the pretentious jerk.
But when they're forced to work together, Ginny starts to see a different side of Preston. She's torn between her desire to reveal who she really is and her fear that she'll lose everything in the process.
Will Ginny be able to trust Preston with her heart, or will love turn out to be the ultimate recipe for disaster?
BOOK 2 – SMITTEN WITH CROISSANTS
Opposites attract in this geeky and sweet romantic comedy set in France.
When Mia first met Pierre, she thought he was just a hot French waiter. Turns out he's a smooth-talking billionaire.
Mia learned the hard way not to trust rich guys. But when she finds herself in Paris, unemployed and homeless, Pierre comes to her rescue, and she's forced to overlook the fact that he's loaded.
Mia tries to resist Pierre's charms, but when she discovers they have a shared love of all things science fiction, her defenses start to crumble. Mia begins to wonder if a relationship with Pierre can work, despite their vastly different backgrounds.
Can a small-town American girl from the wrong side of the tracks and a cosmopolitan French guy with a geeky sense of humor find happiness together, or will the dark forces in the universe tear them apart?
BOOK 3 – SMITTEN WITH STRUDEL
Cloak-and-dagger shenanigans are on the agenda in this sweet romantic comedy set in Germany.
When Isabelle took a job working on a European riverboat, the last thing she expected was to be recruited by a covert spy organization.
Enter Erich—a devastatingly handsome German guy who reminds her of James Bond, though the organization he works for is more along the lines of Get Smart. Their IT department is the worst, their intel is rarely right, and the woman who's in charge . . . well, let's just say she's scarier than the bad guys.
If Isabelle's past has taught her anything, it's that you should never trust a man who trades in secrets for a living. But how can she say no to saving the world, even if she's in danger of losing her heart?