I’m so excited to release the fourth book in the Kings Grove series this coming week. This series is really important to me–every single time I sit down to write about Kings Grove I feel like I’m returning to some part of my childhood, spending time with my family, and exploring a piece of my own heart. It’s been awesome to hear that readers can feel the magic of the place too.
This one is Cam’s story–and there are DOGS in it. I love dogs and grew up with Golden Retrievers and Australian Shepherds, so when Cam finds a dog in need in this book, I knew it was one or the other. I’ll let you read to figure out which I chose!
I hope you’ll love this one as much as the others, and in case you hadn’t heard yet… there’s going to be a Christmas book too!
Cameron Turner is cursed. He’s lost almost everyone he’s ever loved, and he knows better than to try again. If the universe intends for him to be alone, then that’s exactly what he’ll do, keeping to himself in his quiet Kings Grove cabin.
Harper Lyles is getting out of Kings Grove ASAP. She was born in the tiny mountain town of Kings Grove, and she never planned to go back. But when her life is turned upside down and she has no choice, she vows to make the best of it. For six short months at least, and then she’s on to bigger and better things.
When Cameron rents the empty house next door to Harper, both their plans begin to change. Harper’s energy and tenacious happiness make Cameron wonder if he was really meant to be alone after all. And Cameron’s dark brooding appeal has Harper wondering if maybe Kings Grove isn’t so bad.
The fourth book in the Kings Grove series is a tale of redemption and hope, featuring edge-of-your-seat suspense, Stewart’s trademark humor, and…puppies.
This book can be read as a standalone.
Christmas has come to your favorite High Sierra village, and newcomer Tuck Anderson isn’t sure exactly how he fits in.
Tuck’s seen plenty of relationships come and go–and even though Kings Grove seems to have better luck with love than most places he’s lived, he’s not sure taking a chance makes sense for him. Statistically speaking, relationships fail. And in a small town? That’s not good for anyone.
But when local vet Annie Gish offers to help Tuck train his rambunctious Australian Shepherds in exchange for some help putting together the Winter Festival, Tuck has a choice to make.
Is the chance at love worth the chance of heartache? And will Annie be able to open up enough for Tuck to get to know the real girl inside–dark secrets and all?
Find out in this Kings Grove novella, out just in time for the holidays!