Monogamy (I Found My Heart in San Francisco Book 13)


(as of Aug 22,2019 09:49:00 UTC – Details)

Things are looking up.

Ryan’s back in the saddle—the effects of her trauma slowly fading. Jamie’s thoroughly relieved to have her back. She’s not as happy that her hyperactive lover has to jump into another sport. Ryan’s sure softball will help end her collegiate career on an up note. Will the third time be the charm?

Jordan’s working harder than she thought possible. But it’s not having Mia by her side that wears on her. Mia feels the same, and Jordan soon learns that Mia’s not able to delay gratification—no matter the consequences.

Wrapping up their last semester at Cal involves a tremendous amount of work for the high-achieving women. The question is how to accomplish all they’re called to do while having time for each other.

Love is the key, and expressing that love in words, actions and deeds is what will keep them together.

The Keeper’s Daughter


(as of Aug 11,2019 11:47:48 UTC – Details)

Sometimes you just have to get away.

Even the best job can slowly drain your battery. When Gillian Lindsay realizes it’s time for a recharge, she impetuously decides to visit Scotland.

Knowing nothing about the country, she schedules a tour of Edinburgh Castle for the day she arrives, just to get the lay of the land.

After spending the afternoon with Torie Gunn, her very able tour guide, Gillian proposes hiring her for a week-long trip across the country.

Torie’s astonished. Gillian has done no research, and has no plans, placidly asking Torie to come up with an itinerary. That seems like the ideal way to create an unsatisfied customer. But Gillian certainly seems like a very easygoing person, and earning a week’s pay merely talking sounds like a dream. Torie jumps in, hoping she can satisfy Gillian’s desires.

Over the course of their trip, other, more romantic desires spring to life. Will they be satisfied too?

Nurture (I Found My Heart in San Francisco Book 14)


(as of Jul 31,2019 06:46:42 UTC – Details)

Nurture is the fourteenth installment of the I Found My Heart in San Francisco series.

It’s been just three short months since Jamie and Ryan’s traumatic Christmas. They’ve worked through a lot, but Ryan’s not progressing nearly as quickly as she wishes. She craves time alone with Jamie and stability in every other area. But she’s had little of either. Sports, travel, and a massive independent study have stretched her to the breaking point. Jamie would do anything to help, but she’s learning it’s tough to help someone who refuses to acknowledge weakness.

After Mia’s disastrous fight with her parents, she can’t stand the thought of being separated from Jordan. Without question, it would be crazy to drop out of school just two months short of graduation. But Mia’s an inventive thinker, and she has a few creative ideas to game the system.

Things aren’t going well for Jim Evans, either. Being a senator has its perks, but his stance on gay marriage is causing a rift with Jamie as well as Kayla. At a loss, he turns to his father for advice on how to handle the women in his life. Charles is always willing to help, but Jim doesn’t have a great track record when it comes to changing his behavior.

Love, care and understanding can help get past many of the hurdles life puts in our way. All of us need to be nurtured to thrive. But sometimes it’s hard to open up and accept the love that’s right in front of us.

Chef’s Special


(as of Jul 20,2019 23:46:57 UTC – Details)

After years of slowly working her way up the ladder, Emily Desjardins is finally poised at the next step—cooking at the kind of restaurant she’d love to one day own.

Her new boss is classically trained, has stunningly high standards, and effortlessly designs delicious, creative cuisine. She’s also demanding, inflexible, ridiculously confident and so hot it’s almost silly.

Emily is determined to spend her time learning all of the tricks and tools she’ll need to keep moving up. But keeping her mind on the job with the enigmatic Blake Chadwick pervading her thoughts and her dreams proves much harder than she could have ever imagined.

Karma (I Found My Heart in San Francisco Book 11)


(as of Jul 12,2019 05:52:52 UTC – Details)

Karma is the eleventh book in the I Found My Heart in San Francisco series.

Love can be a dangerous game. When to risk, when to run, when to submit. Jordan and Mia have been playing the game as nonchalantly as they can manage, but their feelings are harder and harder to dismiss.

Jim and Catherine have had so many ups and downs that they’ve lost track. Their game might be just about up, even though neither of them seems ready to suffer a loss.

Even though Jamie and Ryan have been together for mere months, they are called upon to make sacrifices and take risks they would have considered impossible before love strengthened them. Karma teaches us that what goes around comes around. For better or worse.

Coalescence (I Found My Heart in San Francisco Book 3)


(as of Mar 13,2019 00:43:58 UTC – Details)

Coalescence is the third book in the I Found My Heart in San Francisco series.

In the first two books of this series, Jame and Ryan forge a friendship (Awakenings), and realize that they have fallen deeply in love (Beginnings). Book three, Coalescence, brings the two together for their honeymoon in idyllic Pebble Beach, where they commit themselves to sharing their lives together.

In their “love shack” they begin to experience and explore the emotional and physical expressions of their love, as well as the conflicts and compromises that plague all new relationships.

Honesty (I Found My Heart in San Francisco Book 8)


(as of Feb 28,2019 12:07:26 UTC – Details)

Honesty is the eighth installment of the planned twenty-six book serial novel I Found My Heart in San Francisco. The previous books in the series are also available here on Amazon.

In this book, the fun they had on their short holiday is a fading memory as Jamie and Ryan return to the world of family, school and sports. Jamie is determined to have it out with her father over his treatment of Ryan. But Ryan is dreading that discussion, fearing that the secrets she’s been keeping will be revealed.

In theory, Honesty is the best policy. But in practice other concerns can influence when it’s best to hide the truth, even at your own peril

Beginnings (I Found My Heart in San Francisco Book 2)


(as of Feb 10,2019 09:36:14 UTC – Details)

Beginnings is the second book in the I Found My Heart in San Francisco series.

Seven months, eight months, nine months … a lifetime. Exchanging gentle kisses at the top of Mt. Tam, Jamie and Ryan declare their love for one another. Studying for exams and training for the AIDS Ride, they experience the tentative fumblings and frustrations of adjusting to a new relationship.

Though Ryan is determined to proceed at a pace that is comfortable for her neophyte partner, their need for each other grows stronger with every passing hour — whether they are together or apart.

“We begin a magical journey. A journey of exploration, a journey of wonder, a journey of commitment. A journey we make together.” The speech at the beginning of their 560 mile biking odyssey epitomized their feelings about the Ride, and about the beginnings of the life they plan to share.

Getaway (I Found My Heart in San Francisco Book 7)


(as of Jan 25,2019 20:47:36 UTC – Details)

Getaway is the seventh installment in a twenty-six book series following the lives of Jamie Evans and Ryan OFlaherty. Jamie, Ryan, their friends, families and the times they live in are chronicled in the series, which was created for the reader who hates to have a book end just when its getting good. In Getaway, Jamie returns from a stressful visit with her East Coast relatives to reconnect with Ryan, who’s been at an intensive volleyball training camp. They’re both in need of a break and they decide to take a trip with Ryan’s cousin, Caitlin. Jamie’s mother Catherine surprisingly asks to join the trio, and they gladly user her connections to make the trip all the more special.

From the Teacups to Space Mountain, the foursome grow closer in the enchantment of the Magic Kingdom. But not all of the thrills and spills come from the rides. Jamie and Ryan experience some ups and downs from long-buried secrets and surprising revelations that may cause a disruption in the Fantasyland they share.

Trust (I Found My Heart in San Francisco Book 20)


(as of Jan 04,2019 10:16:22 UTC – Details)


Their month in Australia had been wondrous in every way. But four
weeks away from home has both Ryan and Jamie missing their family. It’s
going to be sweet to get back into their regular routine. Now that Jennie’s in
the mix, things will change a little, but the O’Flaherty-Evans-Smith team is
eager to welcome her into the clan. But things rarely go exactly as planned
when Jennie is involved. Catherine’s determination to provide a safe, secure
home for the girl is strong. It remains to be seen if it’s strong enough to reach
the wounded parts of Jennie’s psyche.

Ryan’s ready to get back to work as an unpaid laborer, and Jamie’s just as
eager to return to her life of leisure. Two people could hardly have more
diverse definitions of “taking time off.” Given that Ryan’s always got a few
irons in the fire, it’s no surprise she’s ready to take aggressive action to flush
away the vestiges of the carjacking. Whether she can do that by force of will
is another question that awaits an answer.

Now that Mia and Jordan are back in Berkeley, they have to get their
own routine going. Mia’s certain she can find a lucrative career with her
American Studies degree in her clutches, but Jordan’s resigned to low wages
and a bad schedule while she finishes up her degree. While they’re both very
thankful to be back home, closeness simply gives Mia and Anna Lisa more
opportunities to drive each other crazy—something they’re both masters at.

The O’Flaherty Cousins construction project is rolling along at a good
clip. But the boyos have put in a tremendous amount of work, giving up every
weekend to complete the task. Now it’s decision time again. Will the rewards
make up for the sacrifices?

Every relationship has its challenges. But most of them can be overcome
by love and commitment and, most of all, Trust.