Jerria Danson isn’t an author. Tasked with preserving great-aunt Henrietta’s family stories, she attends a writer’s retreat in beautiful North Idaho. Although the other writers have their own motives for being there, she quickly picks up on a sinister undercurrent. With her usual good humor and knack for seeing through situations, and knowing Things Are Not As They Appear To Be is a common plot thread in life as well as in writing, Jerria soon finds herself in danger when the lines between fact and fiction blur?
When is an innocent fortune cookie not so innocent?
When her demanding boss dumps yet another huge project with an impossible deadline on her desk,
Emily snaps. She heads west on a long overdue vacation. Before she even reaches her destination,
Emily impulsively buys a bed and breakfast falls in love with North Idaho. But will it love her back?
The orphaned only-child of only-child parents, Josie Malone works at the Department of Licensing,
pets her cat, and eats frozen dinners most nights, never suspecting danger had been stalking her for
years, until the day her house blew up. Josie embarks on a journey back into her childhood to find
out what made her parents leave all they knew behind and, along the way, learn who she really is.
Can Josie reach the joyous destiny she’d never dreamed of before a man bent on murder crosses
Jerria Danson is back, on a relaxing Alaskan cruise, unaware someone is methodically poisoning
From the time of Queen Elizabeth I, each generation of the Van Demere family has added a cookie
cutter to the collection, marking milestones, passing down their oral history. Can old Henrietta pass
down the legacy before it’s too late. Part of the Jerria Danson series.
Kate Mills trades big city life a small-town bakery, against her friend's advice. The quiet life she
envisioned is thwarted by a demanding mayor who hates progress, a sheriff with romance on his
mind, and oh, yes, a couple of resident ghosts only her six-year-old son can see. Best-seller!
How often do you find yourself cheering for the Bad Guy? Dimmie (short for Dim Wit) O’Malley, a
young mob assassin, is trapped in a life he didn’t choose. Never having been out of New York City,
he is sent on a cruise ship to take out an old rival. With one misstep, he has a change of heart that
puts his own life in danger. Don’t worry—it’s a comedy!
Meg Mott is determined to spread Christmas cheer with the help of her sisters, although they are
grieving the loss of their parents. Add in some romance, a nosy neighbor who’s determined to spoil
everything, and gifts from beyond the grave, Santa Clay may be your new favorite holiday story to
read again and again.
When Aunt Millie asks her to take over Willow Run for a bit, Jillian jumps at the chance to raise her
twins in rural Idaho, not knowing what challenges a Victorian Bed and Breakfast hold. A a leaky roof
leading to an unwelcome surprise in the chimney, a few resident ghosts, and, oh, yes, Millie
neglected to mention the B&B is about to be foreclosed on due to unpaid taxes. Can one antique-
obsessed guest save Jillian’s hopes for her family?
Weak-willed Julie is left to raise her five strong daughters alone. With the help of their new community
and a couple of ghosts in the house, can Julie grow a backbone and teach the girls all they need to
know, one daughter at a time?
The only survivor of a 1800s shipwreck, Polly (later named Martha) was barely old enough to speak
when she was rescued off Martha’s Cove, Nova Scotia on her way to meet her grandfather. Can
their paths cross after decades?