Browsing All posts tagged under »Write Brothers«

Silk Scarves and Apples

December 5, 2013


Old coots need love, too! At least that’s what Tyler Write believes, and he’s determined to get his great-uncle married. Yeah, Uncle Joe is crotchety, but he’s lovable, and Tyler knows just the right woman to become his bride. Uncle Joe shared seventy blissful years with his beloved Jessie before she passed, and he couldn’t […]

Breast Cancer Awareness Month

October 5, 2013


I wanted to do something to contribute to Breast Cancer Awareness Month, but couldn’t figure out what to do, then it hit me. Holiday season is coming. This is the perfect time to give all proceeds from the sales of Santa’s Helper to a breast cancer awareness organization. I’ll be matching, so they’ll get double […]

If You Only Knew

March 13, 2013


If your husband left you to raise you two’s four children on your own, then returned years later, under what circumstances would you take him back? Things aren’t always as they seem. Gloria Write knows that better than anyone. When the love of her life left her to raise their four sons on her own, […]

Third Time’s A Charm

April 16, 2012


Fool me once, shame on you. Fool me twice, shame on me. Twice a fool for love, Desiree Young learned her lesson a little late, but she’ll never forget it—Just say no to romantic relationships! Work has become her life, and she honestly loves every minute of it until… Until nepotism rears its ugly head, […]

Santa’s Helper

November 21, 2011


Santa’s Helper: Marybeth Write is a kindergartner on a mission many deem impossible—to see her dad marry their neighbor by Christmas. To accomplish this mission, she’ll have to go straight to the top—her grandmother and the big guy himself—Santa! A kid’s gotta do what a kid’s gotta do. Five years ago when District Attorney Houston […]

Tell Her How You Feel

July 4, 2011


Tell Her How You Feel Latifah Azimi discovered “too good to be true” literally meant “too good to be true” the hard way. Lesson learned, she swore never to make that mistake again. Then “all too right” Austin Write came along, tempting her to believe in love again. The impossible happened—control freak Austin Write lost […]