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About Holly Kerr
Holly Kerr is the author of sixteen chick-lit, romantic comedy, and women's fiction novels, but don't ask her to explain the differences in the genres. She grew up a farm girl but now calls Toronto home, where she lives with her three very tall children, following their sports exploits like any dutiful mother.
She's a lover of Marvel movies, Star Wars movies...really, any movies, and has a surprising amount of worthless pop culture info stored in her head. She likes oceans over mountains, tea over coffee, and can mix a darn fine dirty martini, with extra olives, of course.
Visit her at www.facebook.com/HollyKerrAuthor and www.hollykerr.ca to sign up for her newsletter.
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Casey is pregnant. And she’s not happy about it.
"FINALLY! A pregnant woman who...Loved being Pregnant!"
Kindergarten teacher/wine saleswoman Casey Samms has always wanted to be a mother. Now that the blessed event is actually going to happen, she's ready to give up the wine and chocolate brownies and prepare for the swollen ankles and sleepless nights.
But she has no idea what to do about the father.
Her plan for immaculate conception—or as close as she could get to it via sperm donor—is ruined by the one drunken night with her roommate J.B. and the expired condom that spoils everything.
Who knew condoms had expiry dates?
Sexy J.B., with his long list of past girlfriends, is the last person Casey expects to stick around for the morning sickness and doctor visits but this time J.B. isn’t running away. He's reading the baby books and asking the questions and that time when he touched her belly...
Casey has nine months to get ready to do the baby thing on her own, but J.B. isn’t making a move to get out of the way.
One night changed Casey’s life. Is J.B. ready to change as well?
Find out how Casey deals with the unexpected in this sweet, laugh-out-loud, friends-to-lovers romantic comedy about second chances (and third...and fourth...)
M.K.’s is the maid of honor. Clay is the best man. They watch the lives of their best friends get turned upside down.
And then they get turned upside down.
Pineapple upside-down cake has nothing on them.
M.K. can bake anything for her patisserie—mouth-watering pastries, delicious macarons, buttery croissants. But a broken heart has left her hiding in the kitchen, dodging well-meaning match-ups, rather than trying to find Mr. Right.
Clay thinks he has everything he’s ever wanted. Life is easy, fun; relationships are kept casual. Ms. Right is out there, but Clay’s not fussed about finding her.
And then, the non-weddings of their best friends, Flora and Dean, bring M.K. and Clay together.
M.K. falls hard—fast, furious, sickening-sweet Instalove. To the happy amazement of all, so does Clay. After a romantic first date filled with cats and cupcakes and spiteful ex-girlfriends, M.K. and Clay are meant to be together.
But then things get complicated.
An old girlfriend arrives and wants Clay to play Daddy with their son, a baby Clay never knew existed. M.K. doesn’t want to lose Clay, but babies have never been part of her plan, especially someone else’s.
There’s no recipe for this.
In Perfectly Played, M.K. and Clay watched friends Flora and Dean fumble their way to a happily ever after. Now it’s time for their story.
Get your copy of this fun romantic comedy full of sweet treats and an even sweeter love story.
Dying hasn't stopped her from living her best life.
“This book wasn’t just an emotional roller coaster ride, it was the whole darned carnival.”
Naked zip lining in the Thailand jungle and being pulled onstage at a Denzel Duke concert is a regular day for travel vlogger Shae. Living life out of a suitcase and splashed across social media means relationships are off the table. At least that’s what Shae tells herself and every guy she meets. But it's the secret she hides from her fans that keeps her heart intact—Shae is dying. For her, love is a complication she doesn’t need and leaving someone behind, like her father left her mother, is the last thing Shae wants to think about.
Emmett found love and lost it. He was at the top of his game in baseball until the death of his wife sent him spinning out of control. But after three years of putting his life back together and trading the ball diamond for the family farm, Emmett’s still not sure he’s ready to give love a second chance.
But fate seems to have a different plan for Shae and Emmett.
A chance meeting at a favorite bakery sparks an instant connection. When they find each other again at a family wedding, Emmett wants to give love another shot. But it’s tough for Shae to keep Emmett in the picture when she finds out what he’s already lost.
Is it really better to love and lose someone, than never love at all?
Don’t Tell Me You Love Me is a picture-perfect tale of second chances, living your best life, and the right time for love. Fall in love with Shae and Emmett today.
“All Casey ever wanted was to be a mom, but triplets??!!”
“...more Casey and J.B. magic!”
Having a baby was all Casey ever wanted. All it took was a drunken night with roommate J.B., along with an expired condom for Casey to get everything she ever dreamed about…and more.
Six years after giving birth to triplets, married life with J.B. is a dream come true for Casey. She embraces being a soccer mom and the family trips to the grocery store…now if she could only keep the kids from eating the olives out of her martinis. She’s on route to Las Vegas for a pre-wedding girls’ weekend– her BFF’s fourth trip down the aisle—when hubby J.B. asks the most unexpected question.
Do you want another baby?
Casey’s dream is to be a mother, but this time she’s surprised to find answering the question isn’t as easy as she expected.
Find out how babies have changed Casey and J.B. in the sequel to Unexpecting!
Flora’s a runaway bride. Dean’s a jilted groom. Will a simple mistake keep them from finding love again?
"This story is an amazing amalgamation of “what happens in Vegas…”, enemies-to-lovers, friends-to-lovers, and love-at-first-sight...a little bit of sports romance and has a small-town feel."
Flower shop owner Flora waited years to get married but when it came down to the moment of reckoning, it all felt wrong. No flowers, no patient groom… no perfect love story waiting for her. And so she pulled up her wedding dress and ran out of the chapel—straight into the sweetest, saddest, tallest guy she’d ever seen.
Ex-ball player Dean thought a wedding was expected until an icy cold text to his best man let him know it wasn’t going to happen. Ever. Now there’s nothing to do but spend a few hours commiserating with the cute bride who ran out of her own wedding.
It is Las Vegas, after all.
One perfect night later, with strippers and syrup and drag queens, Flora and Dean go home alone, forgetting about last names and usernames and even old-school addresses. Maybe they can find love again, but not if they can’t find each other.
But love plays its own game, and the best happily ever afters always have a bit of serendipity involved. Will Flora and Dean’s love story be perfectly played?
Falling for the next Suitor isn’t on Neely’s to-do list but neither is being in love with her best friend.
"It isn't fun to be in love with someone who doesn't love you back."
Neely has been friends with Shae forever, and in love with Dawson for almost as long. The three of them have traveled the world having enough adventures to fill their vlog, and the only thing left out of Neely’s bucket list is true love—when the person loves you back. She’s had enough of watching Dawson’s love life play out on social media and of being the one taking the pictures, and when he picks up yet another girl at a wedding, Neely is ready to call it quits.
Easier said than done. Maybe a distraction would help.
Grayson Grant might be that distraction. The former baseball player has six weeks before he’s off the market and into the spotlight as The Suitor, the latest reality show that finds true love, and he’s more than happy to spend the time charming Neely out of love.
But what starts out as a simple plan to fall out of love gets complicated when Neely and Grayson find out that it’s a lot easier falling into love than out of it.
Don’t Want to Be Friends is the second book in the Don’t Sweet Romance series but takes place concurrently with Shae and Emmett’s story. It’s a high-speed dance of enemies-to-friends, friends-to-lovers, and learning to let yourself fall in love. Find out if Neely and Grayson’s game of pretend turns real.
Loving your sisters is easy. Getting them to accept your help is the hard part.
It may have taken years, but all five Skatt sisters are finally back together. Their antics in the tiny Northern Ontario town are legendary, involving fistfights and fierce tempers, stealing boyfriends, and standing up for each other.
Until now, Kayleigh’s been content to live in the shadow of her sisters, always putting them first, happy to blend into the background of their lives. When Cat, the baby of the family can’t get pregnant and Kayleigh offers to become a surrogate, she discovers that stepping up for her sister also means stepping back from her dreams. Will she ever have a family of her own? It doesn’t help that Dory’s return to Forest Hills has stirred up old grudges that Kayleigh doesn’t know if she can ever forgive.
Dory, on the other hand, has never put her sisters first but a lifetime of being the bad sister has taken it’s toll on her. After beating cancer not once, but twice, Dory wants her sisters to realize she’s changed, but with a reputation for trouble, trust isn’t easy to earn. And when Dory meets handsome ex-cop Drew Conlin, her past threatens to ruin everything she’s worked for.
The two sisters are complete opposites, but sometimes opposites make the best allies. Can these two sisters resolve their differences in time to help each other step up and make their dreams come true?
Stepping Up is the third book in the heartwarming Sisters in a Small Town series about love and family and what sisters will do for each other.
Loving your sisters is easy. Watching them hurt is the hard part.
The Skatt sisters are notorious in the tiny town of Forest Hills for their redheads’ temper, sisterly fights and their father leaving them with their mother and her questionable mental stability. When she dies, eldest sister Maggie steps in to take care of her sisters.
Maggie and Mike are just as famous. After a teenage pregnancy that ended happily with a strong marriage and five daughters of their own, they’re a force to be reckoned with in the tiny town.
But when the unthinkable happens, Maggie is blindsided with the grief. For months, Maggie finds comfort in her talks with Mike's ghost, but the list of things Maggie can’t bring herself to tell him begins to add up; things like grandbabies, and his girls having boyfriends, and Brady Todd, not to mention the fight with the customer at FoodMart and the visit from the police.
And Maggie can't tell Mike about the return of Ben Higgins, because how do you talk to the ghost of your dead husband about the fact she thinks she might be ready to move on with another man?
Luckily, Maggie's sisters are there for her, if she'll only let them.
“…small town romance with wonderful characters. lots of drama and tons of love. It is women's fiction at its finest.”
Hanging On is the second of the Sisters in a Small town series, heartwarming stories about love and loss and having sisters to pull you through.
Infiltrating a hidden lab. Planning a prison rescue. Charlotte isn’t your regular girl.
"Charlotte is a combination of Stephanie Plum, Fortune Redding, and Merry Wrath...a good romantic comedy with an adventurous twist."
Charlotte Dodd is at the top of her game working with the NIIA, the covert spy organization her family created, and happily in love with her handler, Ham Short.
And then her brother asks for help infiltrating one of most dangerous prisons in the world.
Charlotte must choose between Ham and her family because this time she doesn’t have to save the world. She’s trying to save her mother.
And this time Ham’s not there back her up.
Find out how it all begins.
The Missing Life of Charlotte Dodd is the prequel to the action-packed chick-lit Charlotte Dodd series, full of secret lives, first loves, and getting out in one piece.
Ham loves Charlotte. Charlotte can’t remember Ham. Together they have to save the world.
"Comedy, lady-spy series with lots of tough girl, kick backside action with romance thrown in." – Amazon review
Charlotte Dodd has a boringly average life full of temp jobs and takeout, with solo movies taking up most of her weekends. Her boyfriend isn’t much of anything, since he’d rather hang with friends than talk about the odd dreams full of spy movie snippets that keep Charlotte up at night. So when she wakes up on a private plane and handcuffed to the seat, she’s more interested in taking in the surroundings than what they want with her.
Especially the super handsome guy in the great suit who looks strangely familiar to Charlotte. But she’d remember him if they met before…wouldn’t she?
And then he tells her she’s a spy.
Not just any spy, but she's the best agent of a covert Canadian spy organization.
Charlotte’s humdrum life is flipped upside down as she’s yanked into a world of secret agents that she has no memory of. Now she has to remember enough to save the love of her life.
Because, apparently, that’s what she does.
Has been newly edited and contains an appropriate level of profanity for a backside-kicking female spy.
The Secret Life of Charlotte Dodd is the first book in the action-packed chick-lit Charlotte Dodd series, full of girl power, a family of spies, and saving the world from your ex-boyfriend.
Six Friends. Three couples. Only Pepper and Dawson don’t end up together.
“I really wasn’t sure who I wanted to be together but I was more than happy to go on this journey with them.”
Don’t Stop Me Now is the third book in the Don’t sweet romance trilogy and runs concurrently with the first two books. They should be read in order!
It makes sense for a PepperDawson as they watch their friends pair up, but they both have other things—and other people—on their mind.
After living her life in her brother Grayson’s shadow, Pepper finally has her dream bakery. But bread is tough a business in the small town she grew up in and she needs a tasty treat to bring in the townsfolk.
And then Pepper gets a taste of Reuben. Technically, his cupcakes, but still. Yum.
Stealing Reuben’s recipes might the best way Pepper can save her bakery. But not telling him the truth will be definitely mess up what could be the best thing that’s ever happened to her
Dawson’s epic love story should be called How To Travel the World with Your Best Friend and not Tell Her that You’re in Love with Her. As much as Dawson wants Neely, their friendship stands in the way, there’s too much Shae, and the one time Dawson said those three little words to Neely was the one time Neely had nothing to say.
Dawson knows Neely is the best thing that’s happened to him. But with Grayson in the picture, will Dawson lose his best friend?
Don’t Stop Me Now is a sweet treat, full of missteps, movie bites, and one big missed opportunity as Pepper and Dawson put everything on the line for true love.