The Road to Sampson’s Quarry
Some days you just can’t win . . .
All Haley Gardiner wants to do is take a couple of weeks off to visit her best friend for some serious girl talk and some rest and relaxation. She soon finds out that it may not be as easy as she had planned.
You can’t always get what you want . . .
Haley grew up with Lucas Caldwell, the older brother of her best friend, Bri. After he broke her heart, she had spent the last four years avoiding being alone with him. When he shows up on Haley’s doorstep, she tells him to go away. Haley relents when she discovers that he shares her worries about Bri.
Nowhere to run . . .
Trapped in a car driving through the middle of nowhere, Haley doesn’t know what is scarier; her renewed feelings for Lucas or the black car that keeps trying to drive them off the road. Haley just hopes they will survive long enough to find out.
Escape to Sampson’s Quarry
Running away never solved anything . . .
Bri Caldwell disagrees completely. Running away had been the perfect solution to a bad situation. Of course, Bri would rather think of it as starting over, rather than running away.
The past always catches up to you . . .
When someone from Bri’s past begins stalking her, she must decide whether she's going to run again or fight for the new life she has built. When handsome and protective police detective Killian Reese enters her life, she starts to believe that staying in Samson's Quarry may be worth the risk.
A matter of time . . .
Killian Reese can’t stop thinking about Bri, personally or professionally. Bri’s stalker has gotten bolder and bolder in a short amount of time and Reese is certain that he will be making his move soon. Reese must put aside his personal feelings as he races against the clock to track down the stalker . . . before the stalker finds Bri.
Second Chance in Sampson’s Quarry
Everyone deserves a second chance . . .
Callie Andris’ childhood was less than perfect. Thanks to her Aunt Staci, she learned there were still people worth trusting. The unexpected arrival of her cousin, Trish, who she hasn’t seen in years, tests her resolve that everyone deserves a second chance.
Rumors . . .
Will Matthews has lived in Sampson’s Quarry for nearly two years. He has turned his interest in woodworking to start his own business. A rumor about an incident from his past has been spread throughout town and may threaten everything he has worked for, including his budding relationship with Callie.
Strange behavior . . .
After an argument with Will, Callie’s instinct is to push him away. When days go by without hearing from Will, she realizes that pushing him away is the last thing she wants.
An Unexpected Christmas in Sampson’s Quarry
All she wants for Christmas . . .
Nancy is ready for the holidays, if only because she has scheduled a trip out of town to meet up with her old college roommate. All she has to do is get through a Christmas party, one last appointment with a client, and then she’s off to the airport for her vacation in Colorado.
There’s no place like home for the holidays . . .
Conor has been working almost non-stop for the last year. He is more than ready for some time off. He is happy to spend Christmas with his crazy family, but after Christmas he’s on his own. He hasn’t decided what he will do. He might even just stay home and sleep all day, but he definitely wants some peace and quiet.