Kings Grove


 The only way to get what she wants is to let go of everything she thinks she knows.

I never planned to live my life in a trailer in a tiny mountain town. Funny how divorce changes your plans for you.

And I never planned to fall in love again. After Jack, I figured I was better off alone.

But Connor Charles, with his dark red hair and glowering good looks, was as compelling as he was frightening, and I knew I should stay away from him. Especially if the rumors were true.

The police were interested in Connor … but the more I got to know him, the more I realized …

So was I. 


What if finding the future you want means embracing the past?

The Palmer brothers are the most eligible bachelors in the small mountain town of Kings Grove. But Miranda George only has eyes for one of them—Chance. And he won’t even look her way unless it’s because she just spilled something on him.

And his brother Sam? He’s the one person in town she wishes would just disappear. After being in school together their whole lives, he knows everything about her. Including the one thing she’s never told anyone else.

Sam is intimately familiar with every adorably clutzy move Miranda’s ever made, and he can never seem say what he really means when she’s around.

When a backcountry wildfire threatens everything and everyone they both love, will Miranda and Sam be able to look beyond their complicated past and see a future that might bring them together?

This smart, funny enemies-to-lovers, small-town romance is the second book in Delancey Stewart’s Kings Grove Series. 


Chance Palmer is the hottest bachelor in Kings Grove, and even his younger brother Sam sees him as a playboy and a charmer. It’s nice to be admired, but Chance is ready for something serious–something like the love he had once before. The love he refuses to talk about. 

Michaela “Mike” Grayson fell in love once. And though that relationship gave her the son she’d never trade for anything, it came with a darker side she’s still trying to escape. 

When Michaela’s job requires her to scout a tiny town called Kings Grove as a potential resort destination for her company, she’s not prepared for what awaits her there:  a charming playboy with a knack for making her feel like everything in her world just might work out fine. And Chance is unprepared for the feelings he finds inside himself for Michaela, and for her son, Finn. 

Can Mike overcome the darkness in her past enough to trust that Chance might be more than just a fantasy? Can Chance Palmer move past the pain of his first love and fall again?


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 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. And Cameron’s dark brooding appeal has Harper wondering if maybe Kings Grove isn’t so bad after all.

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.


Tuck Anderson, party of one?

That’s been my whole life, mate. Seems I’m meant to be single. The failure of my last relationship is what led me to accept a friend’s offer to come live in the mountains for a while, and Kings Grove is exactly the kind of simple solitude a guy like me needs.

Except it’s pretty lonely.

And there is that hot veterinarian, Annie Gish. But I’ve learned too many times already that I am not the guy who wins at love. So when she offers to help train my crazy dogs in exchange for some help putting the winter festival together, I accept her offer against my better judgment.  

I tell myself we’re going to keep it friendly. That I’m not getting involved.

 But when Dr. Gish’s life turns out to be far more complicated than I imagined, I realize I’m already involved. And I’d do just about anything to see her smile again in the light of that big Kings Grove Christmas tree.

And I know she wants me too. But sometimes, life gets in the way of what we want.

Christmas in Kings Grove is a novella full of your favorite Kings Grove characters, plenty of holiday fun, and a hard-earned happy ever after.

Where the trees are tall, the town is small, and everyone knows your business!!