"For the Love of Wendy" by Foster. Widower Jack raises his beloved learning disability child Wendy with help from caretaker Briana who he also loves.
"Ava's Haven" by Bennett. In Alabama teen Carly calls Olivia of Ava's Haven shelter to help her; Livie rushes over to the police station to find Detective Colin, who broke her heart, there.
"Skin Deep" by Betts. Manhattan model Sophie arrives in Pennsylvania to persuade Mac the photographer to develop a comeback portfolio for both of them; she from a fire that burned 20% of her body and he from addiction.
"Atticus Gets a Mommy"" by Christopher. Wheelchair bound architect Keenan loves Diana but believes she deserves a whole man; while she believes he is a coward as he is her whole man.
"The Redemption of Brodie Grant" by Cooke. In 1886 Texas, Brodie comes home for his sister's wedding to the man he loathes Leo, but falls in love with Sara, sister of the groom.
"The Wolf Watcher's Diet" by Cuccaro. A distracted, Ella crashes when she avoids a big dog only to have a man grab her; the dog rescues her but accidentally bites her. Luke explains he is not a dog but a werewolf and she is his soulmate.
"A Fairy Precious Love" by Dawn. Honeysuckle lost her wings to the blight that cost her the love of her life Wolf-moss the king who had no choice but to perform duty over love. Now his niece has the blight so the monarch and protector of the wingless meet and know they remain in love.
"Second Time Around" by Dimon. Single dad Heath loves his son's teacher Serena, but he hurt her years ago when he was a star athlete who rejected her offer to be her first.
Besides containing an octet of enjoyable romances that provide a wide span of loving relationships, all author proceeds go to The Conductive Learning Center of Cincinnati.