While each of the books in this series can stand alone, due to the introduction of secondary characters who become the main characters in the following books, it is recommended this series be read in the following reading order:
~ Angel Kisses and Riversong, Book 1
~ Soft Kisses and Birdsong, Book 2
~ Butterfly Kisses and Windsong, Book 3
This three-book series is complete.
He’s a former NFL quarterback from Florida with an injury that has put an end to his career.
She’s a penny pinching innkeeper from Washington, just trying to make enough money to care for her grandmother.
Needing to escape the media and the constant pressure to make a decision about his future, Jett Hudson escapes to a B&B in the small town of Riversong, Washington. A month of R&R in the middle of nowhere ought to do him some good. But when he arrives and has to wake the owner, who is sound asleep at her desk, he starts having second thoughts about his choice of lodging—even if her messy bun reminds him of a halo, and her soft gaze has a way of making him forget to breathe.
After a long night, and even longer day, of taking care of her grandmother, Salem Finn jolts awake to find her new guest—and financial hope—eyeing the door like he wants to make a run for it. All her exhaustion comes to the fore. How is she supposed to be a twenty-four seven caretaker and still run a prosperous business?
Sometimes the river of life takes unexpected turns. And sometimes those turns lead to angel kisses…and Riversong.
Years ago, he walked away from the only woman he had ever loved because he feared she wouldn’t want a man who’d failed.
She numbly tried to move on with her life. And is finally beginning to feel she can face the future.
Zaire Breckenridge can’t believe it when her lout of an ex-husband walks back into her life, claiming he’s a changed man. Worse than his invading the sanctuary of her town—the town they both grew up in together—is the fact that he’s invading the peace she finds at church. There really ought to be a rule. The heartbreaker should never be allowed to move back to town.
Landon Breckenridge knows that he’s made a mess of his life. But he also knows that finally surrendering everything to Jesus was the best decision he ever made. He aims to be a better person, and certainly a better witness to his friends and those who watch his rock climbing show on TV. Now if only he can convince the woman he loves to take him back. But if she won’t? Will Jesus be enough?
Sometimes the river of life cascades into a torrent of white-water. And sometimes it levels out on the other side, flowing smooth and slow, like soft kisses…and birdsong.
He’s a staid, by-the-book doctor.
She’s a free-spirited artist.
Together, they share a son.
Right out of high school, Shiloh Finn moved to Europe to attend her dream art-school, leaving her son, Quin, for his father to raise. Now, changed by Jesus, she’ll do anything to be part of Quin’s life again. Move back home. Give up painting. Even—dare she say it—risk her heart by spending time with Quin’s father.
Michael Stanton, Micha to his friends, thought he’d stopped longing for his son’s mother. But now, Shiloh is back home, invading his well-ordered life with her free spirit and silvery laughter, and filling him with nostalgia for years-gone-by. And, heaven help him, his son has discovered the joys of butterfly kisses and is putting his matchmaking skills to good use—or bad, depending on one’s perspective. On some days, Micha feels a little of both.
This contemporary, sweet, clean romance takes you to small-town America, where the river serenades and birdsong fills the air, all the neighbors know each other’s business, and the police chief’s biggest worry is where to find his next fishing hole.