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About Sydney Logan
USA Today Bestselling Author Sydney Logan writes heartfelt romances that feature strong women and the men who love them. In addition to her novels, she has penned several short stories and is a contributor to Chicken Soup for the Soul. She is a Netflix junkie, music lover, and a Vol for Life. Sydney and her husband make their home in beautiful East Tennessee.
To learn more about Sydney and her books, visit her online at www.sydneylogan.com.
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They say when God closes a door, He opens a window.
But Angelica isn’t prepared for a whole house…
For Angelica Roberts, this year has been one disappointment after another. Between ending her marriage and losing her bakery, she’s in desperate need of a fresh start. When she inherits her grandmother’s bed & breakfast, her family—including her autistic son and his service dog—move to the town of Windsong. With the help of her supportive mom and the town’s handsome handyman, Angelica hopes to bring the bed & breakfast back to life. However, between the constant house repairs, her son’s aversion to having strangers in his house, and her fear of losing yet another business, Angelica is ready to give up. But with the help of her family—past and present—Angelica learns where her treasures truly lie.
Love Like This is a story of starting over in the least likely of places, sprinkled with a dash of courage, a pinch of hope, and a slice of happily ever after.
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What Child Is This?
Estranged from his family and the love of his life, Thomas Fisher finds himself stranded in an airport on Christmas Eve. Imagine his surprise when a young boy takes him by the hand and shows him the way home.
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The Little Drummer Boy
It’s Christmas Eve, and Justin Banks is on the hunt for a last-minute gift for his wife, Megan. With the help of a homeless man and the beat of a drum, Justin stumbles upon the one thing Megan has always wanted. The one thing money can’t buy. It's amazing what we can hear if we just take a moment and really listen.
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He’s her boss.
She’s the nanny.
Love's not an option . . . right?
Fresh out of college and ready to take on the world, Olivia Stuart can’t wait to step into her first classroom. But when her dreams of becoming a teacher fall flat, she accepts a job as a nanny. It’s good practice, after all. If she can’t handle one kid, how can she possibly deal with a classroom full of them?
Little does she know that this one kid—and his father—will turn her life upside down.
After years of misery, Jackson Healey was almost relieved when his wife abandoned him six months ago. But now he’s a single dad to their heartbroken five-year-old, and he’s having a hard time dealing with his son’s violent tantrums. Olivia’s the latest in a long string of nannies, but Jackson’s hopeful that her teaching degree and sweet patience will help his son overcome his pain.
The last thing he expects is to fall in love.
Jackson knows he has to keep his distance for this arrangement to work.
Now if only he can convince his heart.
Carrie Malone has seen enough heartbreak to last a lifetime.
Her family’s demons gave Carrie the courage to move away from home and leave her past behind. Now a college senior, she stays busy with her classes and her job at the diner. It may sound boring to some, but to Carrie, the very best thing about her new life is that every day is calm and blissfully uneventful.
That all changes the night Josh Bennett walks into her diner.
With his dirty designer suit and mud-caked shoes, Carrie’s not sure what to think about the broken man sitting at her counter. She’s even more confused when he doesn’t touch his coffee . . . and leaves his Rolex watch as a tip.
Josh Bennett has nothing to live for.
Starved for affection and deep in despair, he’s looking for a tender touch. A kind word. A giving heart.
A shattered and broken Josh finds himself standing on a city bridge, looking down into the freezing river that will undoubtedly bring an end to his pain.
He’s prepared to jump.
He’s prepared to die.
He’s not prepared for the pretty waitress who finds him there by the river’s edge.
When two lost souls find each other in the dark of the night, can they give each other a reason to breathe again?