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⭐⭐⭐⭐⭐(4.5) 233 Reviews

Award-winning The Casserole Dish and The Christmas Mug author-signed paperbacks (box not included).

Main Tropes

  • Enemies to lovers
  • Transformation
  • Grumpy neighbor
  • Semi-magical crockery
  • HEA
  • Sweet romance


The Casserole Dish

One broken heart. One broken house. One broken neighborhood. One casserole dish to fix them all.

After a bitter divorce, house rehabber Lisa Bennigan needs a fresh start with her three kids. When she inherits a house in St. Louis, she soon discovers she's out of her depth. Will she be able to rehab the house on her own?

Country boy, Jackson Tydell, needs something to shake him from his rut. Living alone with his dog, Marshall, he's working from home, wearing the same sweatpants and t-shirt everyday. When an interesting woman moves into the house behind him. He's intrigued and offers to contribute his skills. Will their friendship blossom into something more?

When the neighborhood erupts into gossip about her, Lisa is thrown into despair. Can she ever out-live her husband's shameful past? Can a slightly magical casserole dish heal their neighborhood? Or will Lisa need to move again?

Read this award-winning women's fiction covering topics frequently facing women: pregnancy loss, divorce, infidelity, depression, and transition to retirement.

The Christmas Mug

One Christmas scrooge. One judgmental neighborhood. One Christmas miracle needed. Can a Christmas mug help them all get into the spirit of Christmas?

Due to years of childhood trauma, Lisa Bennigan loathes all the busywork surrounding the holidays. Her financé, Jackson Tydell, wants to show Lisa and her family the true meaning of Christmas. But Lisa's kids struggle to accept him as their future step-dad. Will they open their hearts to the spirit of Christmas and this new family dynamic?

When Christmas packages disappear from front porches, neighbors accuse Lisa's oldest son of stealing. Lisa's family must discover the real porch pirates and bring peace again to the neighborhood.

When a house fire causes a family to be displaced for Christmas, can Lisa unite the neighborhood for a Christmas miracle?

The Christmas Mug is Women's Fiction with a strong romantic bent and is Book 2 in a Helping of Hope Series. This deals with topics of step-parenting, over-parentifying children, divorce, and theft.

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