Beetiful designed the book cover for Love and Chocolate Series Collection by Beverly Farr. It contains four sweet romance stories.
Four sweet romances in one boxed set
A marriage of convenience. To inherit her grandfather’s chocolate company, Louisa Brannigan needs a loyal employee to marry her and keep his mouth shut. Justin Reilly seems like the ideal candidate, until he starts changing the rules.
Marry the Doctor
If only he could find a way to keep his billions a secret. Since the tragic death of his wife, Dr. Frank Brannigan has focused on raising his two daughters and furthering his medical practice, but now he’s lonely. Maybe it’s time to get married again, but how? He doesn’t want to follow his sister’s example and hire someone. He would prefer a woman who cares more about him than his money.
Who has time to fall in love? As the single parent of a child on the Autism Spectrum, Amanda doesn’t think her life is sweet. She’s too tired, over-worked, and worried to even consider the possibility of finding love. Then she meets charming Rick Boudreaux, the billionaire owner of Aunt Mimi’s bakery, who just might have the recipe for happily ever after.
Michelle didn’t think she had a spontaneous bone in her body until she woke up married in Vegas. For the past eighteen years, Michelle has played by the rules, worked hard, and taken care of everyone rather than herself. But now that her twin daughters have gone to college, she is starting to take care of herself and make new friends, including Major League Baseball pitcher Rex Lewis.
Rex is known as The Ice King on and off the field, but contrary to his chilly reputation, he seems to like her. Then a business trip to Las Vegas brings them together in surprising ways – and her life will never be the same.
I am passionate about Romance, Quilting, God, Family, Bacon and Mr. Darcy. Not in that order.
My romances are sweet, rated G or PG. Some are similar to the romantic comedies of the 1930's and 1940's but set in modern day. Sex is acknowledged as an important part of romance, but there aren't any explicit or graphic sex scenes. I tend to have a closed door or fade-to-black policy. However, my characters do talk about sex sometimes, when the plot requires it, because - well, I think grownups in a romantic situation end up talking about it eventually.
So, if you like sweet romances with smart heroines, kind heroes and the occasional hell or damn, but no Lord's name in vain or f-bombs, welcome to my world.
Oh, and I also write Pride and Prejudice Variations (set in the Regency Era) under my pen name Jane Grix.