As the Queen of Impulsive Decisions, Kat Davenport has found herself without a job or a place to live. So settling on Pine Cove Island isn’t the sanest choice—meaning it’s perfect. Like the mysterious Holloway cousins, Kat has her own unique gift. In her case, it’s a knack for communicating with animals. Which makes getting hired at the local animal shelter feel like kismet. Especially when she finds a room to rent at a nearby lavender farm—complete with a sweet landlord and her brawny grandson—a guy who happens to give Kat an all-too-familiar flutter in her stomach . . .
Jordan Prescott isn’t back in Pine Cove to find romance. He’s here to sell the family farm, a fact that bewilders Kat. A former foster kid, she can’t understand why he’d give up his childhood home. So when the big-hearted beauty starts bringing home strays from the shelter, Jordan is suddenly her adversary. Until their fiery disagreements turn into fiery kisses . . .
Now Kat is falling for a man who will likely make her homeless yet again. Unless she learns how to lend her considerable powers to taming the beast lurking inside this prince . . .
Praise for Don't Call Me Cupcake
“I loved this book! Beautifully written and the story has stayed with me.” –Jude Deveraux
“Funny, sexy, charming and full of practical magic. . . . Fans of Sarah Addison Allen will love this novel.” –RT Book Reviews
About the Author
Award‑winning author Tara Sheets is a lover of fairytales and a staunch believer in happily ever after. She enjoys writing women’s fiction and lighthearted romance with a splash of magic. Tara holds a BA in Communications and is a graduate of the University of Washington’s Popular Fiction Writing Program. Her debut novel, Don’t Call Me Cupcake, won the 2016 Golden Heart® sponsored by Romance Writers of America. Tara now lives in the Pacific Northwest with her book‑loving family and a book‑eating dog named Merlin. Please visit her at www.tarasheets.com or on Twitter @Tara_Sheets.
Praise for Don't Call Me Cupcake:
“I loved this book! Beautifully written and the story has stayed with me.” --Jude Deveraux
This was adorable! Enemies-to-lovers romance, and magical house you’ll never forget.” –Bobbi Dumas, Kirkus Magazine
“The first in Sheets’ new Holloway Girls series is funny, sexy, charming and full of practical magic. The storyline is refreshingly unique and the dialogue is light and low-key and fits really well with the sleepy island town setting and the quirky busybody residents. Seeing the couple try to ignore their intense attraction to each other is a hoot and Emma’s potion conjuring is laugh-out-loud funny. But it is the dilapidated enchanted house that steals the show. Fans of Sarah Addison Allen will love this novel.”--RT Book Reviews
Praise for Don’t Call Me Petunia
“The first book of this series, which was Ms. Sheets’ debut novel was absolutely marvelous, and this story was another remarkable and enchanting read.” –Harlequin Junkies