It's never too late to fall in love again, and this exciting collection proves that Mother's Day is the perfect occasion to enjoy romance — the second time around.
Book 1 - Jane Bierce: “A Different Kind of Mom.”
The students Laura Parsons nurtures along in her college classroom are like the children she never had. Until a retired intelligence officer enrolls in her Freshman Comp. And when his daughter starts playing Cupid, Laura discovers tha heartstirring wonder of first love.
Book 2 - Stacey Dennis: “Repeat Performance.”
Things are finally looking up for Mary. Alone now after twenty-seven years of marriage — and four great kids — she's ready to sample life's heady freedom. But that's before a charming veterinarian and his irresistible grandson win their way into her heart.
Book 3 - Martha Gross: “Listen to Your Mother.”
Cajoled by her mother and teenaged daughter into taking a cruise, widowed Maggie Bliss reluctantly boards the ship . . . never expecting to find romance and adventure with a risktaking computer whiz who's gambling on winning Maggie's love.
Book 4 - Marian Oaks: “Lost.. and Found.”
Celia Hamlin seems to have had it all: a happy marriage, successful career and a loving son. But she secretly grieves over the daughter she was forced to give up for adoption many years before. Then a kindly stranger comes along, bearing a precious gift from her long-ago past . . . a gift of life, hope — and love.
Book 5 - Garda Parker: “Bermuda Quadrangle.”
When divorced Maureen Dixon accompanies her vivacious mother on a trip to Bermuda, she never dreams that a bout of seasickness will lead to romance with the ship's charismatic doctor. Or that her mother will meet a longlost love of her own.
Book 6 - Clara Wimberly: “When Lilacs Bloom.”
About to tie the knot the second time, Georgia Lee drops everything when she receives an urgent letter form her ailing former mother-in-law. But when she arrives in Alabama, an old flame is rekindled . . . as a magical first love blooms anew.
Books listed alphabetically by author.