Larkspur Wendell hates to see anyone not enjoying life. So when she gets a new neighbor who seems more interested in his computer than in communication, Lark feels compelled to get to know him. But her spontaneity and zeal for life seems to push him further away.
Everett Holden moved to a small town to work in peace and quiet. With a neighbor like Larkspur, though, he’ll be lucky to get anything done. And being around her brings up fears and hurts that he thought he’d put away long ago. To Everett, Larkspur seems pesky, impulsive, and utterly impossible to deal with. Except for that smile of hers…
THE LOVE SONG
Clumsy. Invisible. Ugly. This is how Clair O’Neal would describe herself on a good day. Coming from an abusive childhood, she is painfully shy and sees herself as a misfit. So when she promises her boss she’ll represent her company at a high-society event, she finds herself completely out of her element.
Image coach Glenn Yves urges Clair to join the party, since he sees something uniquely wonderful about her—something she cannot see in herself. Musician Hudson Mandel rescues her from a moment of likely humiliation. Both men find themselves drawn to Clair’s unassuming presence, her inner beauty, and maybe even her vulnerability. Can Clair trust their interest and their motives? After so many years without love, would God really bring two men into her life and make her choose between them?
CASTLES IN THE AIR
Nori’s biological clock has been going off forever, it seems. Loud and clear. She tries to tell herself that she isn’t really plain…or fat…or useless. She’s a successful entrepreneur, after all! So where are the eligible, interested men in her life? They don’t seem to exist.
Zachary Martin knows he’s a nerd. He can’t even carry on a conversation with Nori without making a fool of himself—like when he choked on some candy in Nori’s store or bought the stupidest clothes to impress her. . .
Man looks on the outward appearance, but God sees the heart. Will Nori and Zachary ever see themselves—and each other—the way God does?