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About Jill Burrell
Jill Burrell is an author of sweet, small-town romances full of faith, hope, and family.
She has always been an avid reader, and romance has always been her favorite genre. If she’s not writing or folding laundry her head is usually in a book.
When her father told her, “I’ve got a story I want you to write,” she didn’t think she’d ever actually do it. But after twenty years of being a stay-at-home mom with seven children, the idea of writing and publishing a book sounded less terrifying than entering the workforce again. Boy, was she wrong!
Find out more about Jill at www.jillburrell.com
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Breaking down in a nowhere town called Providence wasn’t part of the plan.
When her life falls apart in a matter of a few hours, all single mother Amy Lawson wants is a fresh start. She doesn’t expect to break down and find herself at the mercy of strangers. If securing a safe place for her and her daughter to stay means accepting the help of the brooding mechanic, then she’ll do it, despite the mysteries surrounding him.
Widower and grieving father, Ben Young, avoids people, but he’s driven to help Amy—for her daughter’s sake. There’s something about Amy that draws him in, and when his cousins show interest in her, he fears he might miss out on another chance at love if he can’t find a way to move on.
Just when a relationship begins to form between Ben and Amy, she discovers she holds the key to what happened to Ben’s family. But will her search for answers cost her everything?
Winner of the 2019 Golden Rose Contemporary Romance Contest.
Falling in love with a stranger can be dangerous.
Rancher Jake Winters is comfortable with his quiet, predictable life. He’s not interested in love, especially if it comes at the expense of his ranch. His life is turned upside down, however, after he rescues a beautiful woman from a car crash.
Fingerprints identify the lone survivor of the wreck and the victim of an abduction as Emily Anderson. The doctor says her memory loss is caused by psychological trauma. She’ll remember when she’s able to accept what happened. If that’s the case, Emily isn’t sure she wants to remember.
Certain Emily’s life is still in danger, Jake is determined to keep her safe. But can he do so while fighting his attraction for her? When Emily’s memory returns, she realizes falling for a man like Jake is a mistake. One she has made before.
When she left town to chase her dreams, she crushed his.
Robert Winters is a small-town sheriff who is acutely aware of his role as the third wheel. He can't let go of the past, no matter how hard he tries. He’s only been going through the motions for the last five years since his almost fiancé left their small town to chase her dreams.
Jessie Sorenson Pendleton takes a broken heart to New York City, knowing she'll never love like that again. Affection for an attractive man is the best she could hope for. Unfortunately, the charismatic and persistent investment broker who sweeps her off her feet turns out to be controlling and abusive. Now, Jessie is back, running from the abusive husband who vowed to kill her if she ever left.
Robert has promised to protect her and her secrets, but he isn't sure he can do so without falling in love with her all over again. And when Jessie's husband turns out to be more persistent than Robert expected, both of their lives are in danger.
(Content Warning: Victims of domestic violence may find some scenes in this book disturbing.)
Kennedy Macgregor's life is right on track. That is until her father passes away unexpectedly, and everything she's based her dreams on vanishes into thin air, including a seven-year relationship. Needing a fresh start while she reevaluates her life, she takes a job as a mechanic in a small town called Providence.
Scott doesn't consider himself a male chauvinist, but he can't work with Kennedy. For one, women don't belong in garages, and two, she's much too distracting. Accidents happen when people get distracted, and he can't let that happen again.
He’s an over-achieving perfectionist. She doesn’t tolerate bossy men.
Grant Foster is organized, focused, and hardworking—or as his younger sister calls it, neurotic. When the opportunity of a lifetime—becoming the Vice President of Marketing—is within his grasp, he is determined to succeed. He must rely on the help of an accomplished and beautiful coworker to achieve his goal. A coworker who is as distracting as she is talented.
Failure isn’t an option for Celeste Hightower. She’s had to work too hard to get where she’s at. Working with the man she’s had a crush on for the past four years is just another hurdle she needs to cross. Too bad fear of failing keeps her from chasing her true dream.
A workplace romance is a bad idea—they rarely work out. And Grant doesn’t break the rules. Especially with so much on the line. He needs Celeste’s help to connect with his younger siblings, though, and she needs moral support to face her estranged father again. The more they work together outside the office, the blurrier the lines become. When Celeste finds out she’s been living a lie, and Grant’s younger sister goes missing, their relationship is put to the test.
Single dad, Austin Reed, works hard to provide for his children, so it irritates him when Debbie offers his talented daughter opportunities he can’t. She easily wins the trust of his children, but Austin isn’t so easily swayed. She’s everything he’s learned to hate; wealthy, impulsive, and gorgeous.
Their tenuous friendship is put to the test when Austin’s ex-wife shows up, threatening to take the kids. Desperate to protect his children, Austin asks Debbie to be his fake fiancé. It’s all too easy to play their roles convincingly, and before long, their engagement feels very real. But when the boundaries of their relationship are tested, they’ll have to make the choice between pride or love.