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About Celia K Nott
Celia writes what she knows best: small mountain towns and quirky characters with adoption/foster-care themes woven throughout. When not writing, Celia is busy entertaining her son and their three dogs, enjoying the beauty and sport of Western Colorado or simply drinking tea and burying herself in a good book.
Celia's romances range in heat level between sweet with heat and sexy.
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Is Halfpoint real? Because I want to go there! The Reunion at Halfpoint is one of those reading gems that you find from time to time--a book that creates a little world for you to spy on, with people that you come to care about. ~ Aubrey Brandon
This novella is such a perfect pick-me-up! ~ Goodreads Review
It's been 20-years since she last saw him.
Annie Dubois agreed to host her class reunion at her Aunt Elbie's Inn for one reason: her high school sweetheart wasn't attending. Even after so many years, Annie wasn't sure she could face the man she once loved. Especially not when her heart already belonged to her two kids. Then Hank Orin Jr. showed up unexpectedly, and Annie couldn't help but be annoyed and compelled by her old flame.
He's on a mission to make her, and her kids, his.
Hank was done waiting for the one that got away. As soon as he arrived in Halfpoint, he made his intentions clear: he wanted Annie and he would do anything to have and keep her.
They have one week at the Inn at Halfpoint to decide if the risk is worth taking.
Does Annie's busy life, and her already-full heart, have any room left for Hank? Find out in this sweet introduction to Nott's beloved Halfpoint, Colorado series.
She's just trying to keep her business afloat.
Tanya Meeker had tried her best to stay away from Halfpoint, Colorado. Ever since her father whisked her away to Halfpoint when she was fifteen, she had resented this place. And the residents of Halfpoint never seemed to have much love for her, either. Nostalgia may have brought Tanya back for her disastrous class reunion, but it was the threat of losing everything that had her staying.
When the wrong contractor shows up to help her renovate her father's cabin, Tanya will be confronted with the past she has tried so hard to forget.
He's got Mr. Fix-it written all over him.
Callister Bleil may be just another Halfpoint good ole boy, but he is her only chance at finishing the renovation on time. Setting aside their differences to get the reno completed in just six weeks, the pair have no idea their time together may also demolish that fine line between love and hate.
But will a twenty-two-year-old secret, and the rumors surrounding it, cost Tanya everything?
Return to Halfpoint is the newest novel associated with the Halfpoint, Colorado series of romances, which can be read and enjoyed in any order.
A sexy, small town love triangle
When Gabby Piña was eleven years old, she met her first love at The Inn at Halfpoint. But love doesn't last at eleven, and after a few summers together, Gabby never saw Sam Westin again.
Twenty-two years later, Gabby brought her fiancé up to the Inn at Halfpoint to recapture those wonderful summers of her youth. She just never expected to be sharing their suite with the same boy who stole her heart all those years ago. Only Sam Westin isn't a gangly teen anymore, and Gabby finds herself caught between two loves–new and old.
When Sam Westin returned to Halfpoint to work for Elbie Whitman, he found himself caught up in memories of summers in the valley and a mystery girl with dark eyes who stole his heart. So it was a pretty big surprise when a woman with those same brown eyes appeared in his shared suite. For the first time, Sam wondered if he might finally have a chance to reconcile with his first love. That was before Gabby introduced Sam to her fiancé. Sam pushed his feelings back under the surface; clearly, he’d missed his chance with his mystery girl.
...Or had he?
“We’re all just broken people living life searching for other broken people whose parts fit our holes.”
Christmas, snowstorms, and a messed up reservation. Sure, what can go, right? ~ J.E. Adams, author of In the Stars
This is a must read for the holidays... ~ Lynette Nanan, Goodreads
He was a mountain grump looking to escape for the holidays.
Bear was just doing what any good mountain boy would do when he stopped to help Jada Cooper after her car slid off the road. He never expected he'd be forced to spend Christmas week in close proximity with the vibrant and attractive city girl. When she begins to pry him open, Bear has to decide if he can risk letting someone see his true self.
She was an over-the-top city girl with a love of ugly Christmas sweaters and a troubled past.