The sound of the ocean, the crash of the waves as they kick up against the sand and rocks—these are the only sounds Megan Greene wants to hear. She wants to leave the rest of the world behind, and find some peace.
The offer of a private house on the beach, set in a small town in Maine, is perfect. Time to think—to be by herself. It’s all she wants. It’s the escape she needs.
Until she stumbles across the painting that seems to echo her own chaotic mindset.
Until she meets the unfriendly artist behind the stormy painting and discovers his secrets.
All Zachary Adams wants is to be left alone. His canvases, and the unending scope of the ocean and sand, are his life. They direct him—fill his hours. Bring him focus.
Until she enters his life.
She dredges up memories of the past—the haunting images he has hidden for years; the fears he has never shared.
A story he keeps buried below the surface.
Can she make him see what he is missing? Can he trust her enough to believe?
Together they embark on a journey where their pasts collide and threaten to tear them apart.
Will their fragile bond hold or wash away with the ebbing tide?
From NYT best selling author Melanie Moreland comes an epic love story of loss and redemption.
I realized in that one moment something was terribly wrong.
“I apologize,” she spoke, sounding formal.
“You have me at a disadvantage.”
Her hand rose in greeting. “I’m Alexandra Robbins…and you are?”
I stared at her hand and then her beautiful face.
The woman I had loved passionately—desperately—and still loved to this day.
My former fiancée…who was looking at me with no recognition.
As if I were a stranger to her.
And then it hit me as I took in the emptiness in her eyes.
I’d spent so much time trying to find my way back to her, only to have her not remember me.
One thing was for sure—I would spend my last breath trying to remind her who I was, who we were, and who we would eventually be again.
All I needed was the chance to show her.
An epic small-town, second chance love story a decade in the making from New York Times bestselling author Melanie Moreland.
She was the light in my dark life. The sunshine that warmed me and made me smile.
We had one summer. One perfect summer, until the day it ended.
Years later, she walked back into my life. Older. Sadder. More beautiful than ever.
How can I prove to her that summer was real?
How do I make her see the boy who loved her then, still loves her now?
How do we get back to the summer when we were us?
Nothing says romance more than a wedding at Christmas.
Marrying the love of your life, surrounded by your nearest and dearest at the most festive time of the year? What could be more perfect?
For Brayden Riley and Addison Ridge, it’s their dream wedding.
’Tis the season. Love and peace reign.
A waylaid maid of honor, a mischievous family member, and a father having trouble letting go are all typical blips in an otherwise ordinary wedding.
And one Christmas secret even Santa didn’t see coming.
Add in a snowstorm over the holidays, and one thing becomes clear.
Christmas may never be the same again.
A glimpse into the next generation of BAM.
Brett – The quiet loner. Content with life in his small town and a job he loves—except for the one thorn in his side.
Kelly—the world traveler that pops in and out of his life, taking a small piece of his heart with him every time.
Until the day she comes back, broken and adrift.
Can he show her there is more to life than bright lights and endless wandering?
Could his heart be enough to finally tame the restless need to run?
Or will she break his heart all over again and leave.
You can change your future but you can’t escape your past.
Life is good for Richard VanRyan.
His family is growing. His life is rich. He has everything he could desire, and he is blessed with all he never knew he needed.
Until the day his past shows up and tosses a grenade into his future.
What happens when the man you used to be casts a shadow over the man you are today?
Can the two worlds merge in peace, or will one cause the other to splinter?
Can forgiveness be earned or does it come with too high a price?