In honor of Mother’s Day, the Tule team has picked out some titles we know you, or a very special mother, will love. Whether you’re looking for sexy or sweet, you’ll be sure to find a Mother’s Day treat!
Sweet Dreams, Baby by C.J. Carmichael
Love at the Chocolate Shop, Book 12
“This is a story of young love, misunderstandings, how the past affects reactions and anxieties and so much more for this young couple. […] This is a packed story with plenty of angst, turmoil, mystery, community and so much more, ensuring it is a real page turner.” – Elaine, Goodreads
The Bull Rider’s Return by Joan Kilby
The 79th Copper Mountain Rodeo, Book 2
The Starr Brothers of Montana, Book 3
“These two needed each other. It’s as simple as that. They each had issues yet when together, and dealing honestly with each other, the spark, the connection was so plain to see. I enjoyed the heck outta this story. It made me think, it made me feel and it let me connect with a very complex cowboy who couldn’t see his own worth… until the right woman, and the right kid came into his life.” – Marsha, Goodreads
Wedding Surprise by Ann B. Harrison
The Moore Sisters, Book 4
“The author has a unique way of giving the type of heart to her characters that makes it quite difficult for them not the leave a lasting impression. Emotions run high throughout the story, yet as the layers of years of misunderstandings and hurt feelings were peeled away, the joy that encompassed everyone was truly sigh worthy. The ending for the couple could not have been more perfect.” – Becky, Goodreads
Judd’s Vow by Kaylie Newell
The Harlow Brothers, Book 3
“This was one of those books that I just didn’t want to end. I became emotionally attached to the characters, especially Wyatt. The writing felt so real. This story reminds me of one of those Hallmark TV Channel movies. I can easily visualize it now.” – Janine, Goodreads
A Vicarage Homecoming by Kate Hewitt
Releases: May 28, 2019
Can she find happiness and love in the place she once only wanted to leave?
As the youngest Holley sister, Miriam has always been a bit of a rebel. After spending several years backpacking through Europe and Australia, she’s now back home… unemployed and pregnant, with no boyfriend or husband in sight.
At first, Miriam only wants to hide away from the shocked and prying eyes of her father’s parishioners, but her sisters won’t let her. Determined to help her find her way, they urge Miriam to accept a job working as an assistant to Simon, the new vicar… and to think about what will happen when the baby comes.
As Miriam starts putting down roots, she finds an unexpected friendship in her sister Rachel’s ex-fiancé, Dan Taylor. And as she thinks about her future, she finds hope and healing in the most unexpected places. But when the past rushes up to meet both her and Dan, can Miriam stay the course?
Sweet on the Cowboy by Sasha Summers
Releases: May 30, 2019
If you can’t stand the heat…
Lam Draeger’s deep wounds from the death of his young son and his subsequent divorce were still healing when he was saddled with running his family’s cattle and rodeo stock ranch and the responsibility of raising his siblings and keeping them out of trouble. His every moment is devoted to running the ranch and business smoothly. He’s had no time to mourn his many losses or try to rebuild his personal life. And romance? Out of the question, no matter how sweet the temptation.
…don’t fall in love in the kitchen
Single mom Gwen Hobbs is right back where she swore she’d never be – cooking in the kitchen at the Draeger ranch just like her mom before her. But since her fiancé and the father of her daughters walked out on her, taking all their savings with him, she’s forced to be practical. So she vows to ignore the attraction that hums between her and Lam and to stop dreaming of becoming a chef.
But when Lam suggests she audition for a cooking competition, Gwen realizes that not all her dreams are out of reach, and her growing hopes extend far beyond a professionally tricked-out kitchen.