This is a collection of three previously published novellas.
Four friends head to Hawaii to plan a destination wedding. The three bridesmaids never expect their best friend's wedding will lead to their own happily-ever-after!
Her Perfect Getaway
Business woman Elizabeth Black arrives in Hawaii on a trip with her girlfriends. Elizabeth and her friends are there to help bride Haven with last minute details for her destination wedding. Elizabeth hasn’t had a vacation in years, or a relationship in a year, but she never expects to be drawn to their laid-back beach-boy tour guide. But handsome Max Sullivan is something she vaguely remembers–fun. Her friends encourage her to indulge herself in a week-long fling. But when she gives into desire, will she also give up her heart?
Her Island Fantasy
Bailey Warwick has had a crush on Ian Viera for months, but he was involved in a longterm relationship. But now he’s free, and the two of them will be spending time together in Hawaii for his brother’s wedding to her best friend. Add to that, since her weight loss, she’s realized if she sets her mind to something, she can have what she wants. And she wants Ian Viera. Will she have the courage to go after him? And if she wins him, will she have the courage to keep him?
Her Moonlit Gamble
Joslyn Alexander has done a good job at keeping herself distant--from everyone but her best friend from high school, Andrew Norris. He’s been there for her since her parents died and helped her get on with her life, then went on with his.
Now he’s home from the army and he wants something more. He accompanies her to her friend’s wedding in Hawaii, where they zip-line, hike, and dive with sharks. But the real risk he wants to take is to make Joslyn fall in love with him.
She’s so good at protecting her heart, she doesn’t know how to give it. Will he be able to change her mind?
Emma Jay has been writing longer than she'd care to admit, using her endless string of celebrity crushes as inspiration for her heroes. She discovered her husband has way more tolerance for screensavers and hunk-decorated blog posts when she calls them her "heroes." Emma, married 26 years (wed at the age of 8, of course) believes writing romance is like falling in love, over and over again. Creating characters and love stories is an addiction she has no intention of breaking.