top of page
Corn Field Barn

New Book Series

Untitled design-2.png

Welcome to Creek Valley, Massachusetts! Get to know the "Creamery Crew" in this small-town series of interconnected steamy romances centering around a crew of friends and their local creamery.

Meet the Men of Creek Valley

"The Leader"

"The Playboy"

"The Bad Boy"

RR PURCHASE LOGO copy_edited.png

Campbell Drake. 

My first love and once slated to be my last. Until six years ago when she up and left Creek Valley—and me—without explanation.

Over the years, I’ve tried to let her go, convincing myself she was never returning. Not even for all the plans we made once upon a time.

An unexpected death finally drags her home. She’s not the girl I once knew and loved, not by a long shot. But my heart won’t accept that.

My head knows she'll never be “my” girl again, but I need to know why she left. Especially because when she leaves again, she’ll destroy what remains of my shattered heart.

RR PURCHASE LOGO copy_edited.png

Tyson Shinkle, Creek Valley’s infamous playboy.

He’s easy on the eyes, but even his friends warned me away from him. But did I listen? Nope.

Like many others that came before me, I fell under his charms. More than once. Totally broke his “one night” rule.
And then again.
And another time after that.
And where did it get me?

Knocked up.

I’m in no way prepared to have a baby nor do I have the first clue how to tell the man he’s going to be a father.

To complicate matters, he doesn’t live in Creek Valley. Heck, he doesn’t even like Creek Valley. He’s certainly not going to keep coming back for me or a baby. Once a player, always a player, right?

Yeah, that’s what I thought too. Who knew I was wrong?

Screen Shot 2023-01-31 at 4.03.34 PM.png
RR PURCHASE LOGO copy_edited.png

At first glance, Sawyer Tolland is a “bad boy” if ever there was one.

Trouble with a capital T.  I’ve had my fair share of trouble to last a lifetime. It’s the reason I’m in Creek Valley.

Everywhere I go, Sawyer shows up, his brooding expression constantly analyzing me. He thinks he knows me, can read me, can see past the mask I wear. Not that he’ll ever find out what I’m hiding. My past is locked up tightly in a box without a key.

Under the grumpy exterior hides a complicated man, and I’m having trouble reconciling his many sides. Because the man beneath his facade is a man I could use in my corner, the only one who holds the key to unlocking my secrets.

If only I was a girl who had something more to offer than the scars of a horrible past.
Because when he sees those, he won’t like them.
Even if it’s him who thinks he isn’t good enough for me.

Tin Roof Sunday is book three of the Creek Valley Creamery series, a small town, steamy romance centering around a crew of friends and their local creamery. It features a grumpy hero and a feisty heroine who’s overcome childhood trauma and looking for a fresh start.

bottom of page