Romantic Women’s Fiction Books


Then She Danced 

Everyone in Kathleen’s life thinks she’s crazy when she decides to spend her well-earned summer working in a tiny, dusty attic sorting through old church papers, but the peace and quiet of working alone is exactly what she wants.

She’s back home again and happy, or as happy as anyone who’s left behind a troubled past can be. She has amazing coworkers, a wonderful best friend, a supportive family, and not one single person in her life who knows what she’s been through. So, when Kathleen stumbles across an old French diary written by a battered wife, she connects with the story and Emilie.

Kathleen’s life changes when she meets Grant, a gorgeous local man with a past of his own. Their connection is undeniable, even for her, and proves that second chances are possible if she can just leave her past behind.


Then She Sang 

Tracey’s life has come full circle. She’s home again, this time for good, to raise her daughter in the home where love was always a tangible thing. But the reality of being a newly divorced single mom is harder to carry than she’d thought. So, when she befriends Kathleen and is gifted the impossible, her great-grandmother’s journal, the pieces of her life begin to fall into place.

Her plans for a man-free life are thrown off course when she runs into Alex, her childhood best friend. He’s changed, from the lanky boy she used to know to a gorgeous man who makes her feel like a woman. The woman she used to be.

When passions ignite, she follows her heart only to discover that the years they’ve spent apart have left them each with secrets that have the power to ruin their future together.

Their connection may be undeniable, but even love can’t survive if the truth remains hidden.


Then She Dreamed

Anastasia Stride is at the top of her game. Her career as a journalist, covering the hard-hitting topics of indigenous inequality, has resulted in awards, acclaim, and a soul-deep exhaustion that threatens to consume her creativity.

Her heart and mind need a break, which is why she’s come home, to heal and regroup before her next assignment. Only, being home brings more than just the solitude and quiet she’d expected, it brings new friends and a story that tugs at her heart and resurrects long-forgotten dreams.

Ana finds herself annoyed and surprised when Sean, the manager of a local café, piques her interest, even more so when she sees how amazing a single parent he is with his adorable three-year-old twin daughters. The fact that he doesn’t fit into her carefully crafted plans confuses her already divided mind.

It takes courage to do what she does, but it’ll take more to embrace the undeniable truth that love and the fulfillment of her dreams are hers to have, if she can just find the courage to reach out and grab them.