Davis Gates. Naked. Tossing her a handful of orgasms like he was on a lust-themed parade float.

A fifty-year feud.
One failed smoke bomb matchmaking scheme.
Two enemies turned fake lovers.

For the past fifteen years, Eden has worked her ass off to overcome high school. She’s cornered the tourism market in Blue Moon offering visitors a place to stay in her hippie, dippy hometown. Business is booming, she’s close—but not too close—to family, and she’s got two dogs to keep her company. Life is perfect. Almost.

She also has the misfortune of sharing a property line with the crush who broke her teenage heart.

Davis spends his days gently wrestling control of the family winery from his father’s semi-retired hands. He doesn’t have time for things like dating and love. Especially since he never got over hurting his dream girl in a fog of teenage stupidity. Now, they’re neighbors… and the latest generation to carry on their families’ ridiculous, fifty-year feud.

When the Beautification Committee resorts to an unprecedented—and disastrous—matchmaking scheme, enemies Eden and Davis have to team up to bring them down. But will their fake relationship get too real?

Author’s Comments on Trope:
Enemies to fake lovers to friends to lovers. Rom-com to the max with a prickly, grudge-holding, thirty-something heroine who is nobody’s doormat and the ultimate nice guy looking for a second chance. Boom.

Eva is a hot mess running from her past and doesn’t mind telling a fib or two to protect her secrets. It’s too bad that she moved to the nosiest small town in the world with Sheriff Sexy—the tall, built, human lie detector. He’s suddenly showing interest and treating every conversation like it’s an interrogation.

Donovan loves his nice, quiet, hippie town and he’s got some pretty strong feelings when it comes to a certain klutzy redhead, too. But she’s hiding something. Just when he starts to peel back those layers to get to the naked truth, the entire town loses its collective mind—and inhibitions—in what town elders identify as an astrological apocalypse.

Can he save the girl from her past and the town from itself?

John Pierce has plans for these two hundred rundown acres. He sees a farm, a family, a future. He’s not about to drag someone in on the ground floor, not before he’s put in the work to turn rubble into home. The grad student he agreed to take on for the summer was supposed to lend a hand. Hell, he was supposed to be a man. Not an opinionated, smart-mouthed woman who does nothing but distract him from dawn to dusk.

She’s ruining his nice, quiet life. And he can’t wait for her to finish her thesis and get out of his hair.

 

The fourth novel in Lucy’s Blue Moon Series, Not Part of the Plan, continues the antics of the world’s busybodiest small town. Emmaline has life all figured out. She made the cross-country move to hippie, dippie, nosey Blue Moon Bend in upstate New York to be closer to her family and manage a fledgling brewery. She’s finally ready to settle down.

Famed fashion photographer Nikolai has the perfect life, an interesting career, a fat bank account, and a different model every night. But when “perfect” loses its luster, he decides a sabbatical to visit his friend Summer in her ridiculous new town will help remind him how lucky he is.

One look at the fiery redheaded brewery manager and Niko forgets all about his troubles. One smoking hot kiss turns Emma into a molten ball of lust. But Emma’s not interested in being just another conquest and Niko’s not looking to become the next marital victim of the Beautification Committee.

Will they find a middle ground or will their mismatched ideals ruin the B.C.’s perfect matchmaking record?

The Last Second Chance is the third novel in Lucy’s Blue Moon series, set in the nosiest town in upstate New York. With his brothers successfully married off, Jax is ready to finally convince Joey to give him a second chance and Blue Moon is more than happy to help twist her arm.

What would it take to get one last chance?

Joey Greer is done having her heart broken. Eight years ago, after a horrific car accident, Jackson Pierce—her high school sweetheart—abandoned her. Abandoned his family. Abandoned the town they’d both grown up in, and fled to Hollywood. He never looked back, and she never forgot him.

Or forgave him.

Now he’s back, pretending like the past doesn’t exist, wanting another chance. And even though she still feels the undeniable connection between them, the fiery attraction that burns her up from the inside out, Joey’s determined to keep him at a safe distance.

Jackson Pierce can’t tell Joey the truth about the night when he left her in the hospital. It would ruin more than just their relationship, and he can’t do that to her.

The entire town of Blue Moon knows that Jax and Joey are meant for each other, but Joey isn’t interested in giving him a second chance. All he can do is give her flowers. And picnic lunches. And a dog.

Oh, and handcuff himself to her for charity.

Will this second chance be the last one Jax needs to win back Joey’s heart, or is the past too much to forgive?

Carter Pierce is a man who believes in signs. He just doesn’t know what to do with this one.

In the small town of Blue Moon Bend, where everybody is a matchmaker, Carter wants to be left alone to tend the family farm.  After returning from Afghanistan with scars, his only goal is recovery. He doesn’t need any distractions, and definitely not one with silver-blonde hair and lips that beg to be kissed.

Summer Lentz is an editor from the city sent to interview Carter and his family. She’s out of place in the small town, with her designer wardrobe and workaholic lifestyle. She asks too many questions and doesn’t take no for an answer, threatening to destroy the peace and balance that Carter has been working towards. She thwarts every attempt Carter makes to retreat back inside himself, somehow bringing him closer to being whole again.

Summer has secrets of her own, but she never planned to open up to anyone – let alone the scowling, secretive farm owner whose story she’s after. But as she gets drawn into the community, she starts to realize that she can’t stay closed off forever.

And what’s more, she doesn’t want to.

As Carter and Summer grow closer, will they be able to push past the secrets that are holding both of them back?

Fall into Temptation is the second novel in Lucy’s Blue Moon series, set in the nosiest town in upstate New York. Now that Carter is officially off the market, Blue Moon Bend sets its sights on Beckett Pierce. And whose arms better to shove him into than the town’s new yoga instructor?

Beckett Pierce is the most eligible bachelor in the nosiest small town in upstate New York. But after his last girlfriend handcuffed herself to his porch and set his welcome mat on fire, he’s not looking for any more romance.

Even if it lands right in his backyard, and has miles of red hair.

Gianna Decker has her hands full–no, overflowing–with problems. With two kids, a useless ex, and a brand new yoga studio, the last thing on her mind is finding a man who’ll cause her more problems.

Dating her broody landlord? Yeah, that would be a problem. Dating the sexy mayor of the town she just moved to? Definitely a problem. Dating the “favorite” son of her father’s new lady friend? It seems like Beckett is a bad idea just waiting to happen.

But he’s a bad idea she can’t seem to resist.

As Beckett and Gianna find themselves thrown together again and again, they can’t help but fall into the temptation of sizzling stolen kisses, of a desire so hot it brands. And soon they’re much, much closer than they ever wanted. Tempers flair when their families complicate things and the interfering citizens of Blue Moon Bend step in with their special brand of chaos.

Can Beckett and Gianna manage to disentangle themselves before it’s too late?

Or is the temptation too much for either of them to deny?