This collection contains five full-length novels from the popular California Coast Romance series, set on the state's Central Coast near Santa Cruz.
California Sunset: She's a single parent of a teenage son who's just lost her high-paying technology position in Silicon Valley. He's a widower from Montana who's looking for a new start revitalizing the iconic Ocean Reads bookstore. Will life ease up enough to give them a chance to fall in love in this California coast romance?
California Wine: She's come to Italy for a little adventure, good food, and a last trip with her college-aged daughter. When a good-looking Italian winemaker invites her to dinner, she finds more than she anticipated. But how can romance in Italy be more than a fling when she lives on the California coast?
California Homecoming: She's a single pregnant college graduate who has purchased a rundown Victorian to create an inn on the California coast. He's a recently returned veteran, trying to recreate his life but hampered by physical injury and PTSD. Can they find a way past their wounds to trust each other?
California Thyme: Mandy's mother is a fading star with a mental illness. She hasn't seen her father since he abandoned them when she was five. The last thing she needs is a Hollywood romance on a Yosemite Park set. But James, the director, makes her an offer that's too good to pass up.
California Sunrise: Alicia is an 18-year-old single mom with a young child on the Asperger's scale. Pediatrician Raul Mendez's entire family was deported when he was 14. They have nothing in common. Or do they?
About the Author
Casey Dawes has lived a varied life--some by choice, some by circumstance. Her master’s degree in theater didn’t prepare her for anything practical, so she’s been a teacher, stage hand, secretary, database guru, manager in Corporate America, business coach, and writer.
She has moved multiple times in her life from New Jersey to Michigan, Montana, New York City, Pennsylvania, California, and back to Montana, where she and her huband reside on the banks of the Clark Fork River.