Author: Rebecca Blevins

The Plus One by Rebecca Blevins

The Plus One by Rebecca Blevins

After selling the inn she inherited from her grandmother, Rachel DeWitt moves to Kansas City to put her past behind her and realize her dream of going to art school. While at a celebratory dinner out alone, she meets Braden Easton, and due to her quick thinking, she rescues him from a terrible first date. Rachel has sworn off romance for the foreseeable future—even if […]

December 7, 2016 / 0 Comments
Captain Schnozzlebeard and the Curse of the Werechickens by Rebecca Blevins

Captain Schnozzlebeard and the Curse of the Werechickens by Rebecca Blevins

Pirate Captain Gus Schnozzlebeard and the crew of the Scallywag III stumble across an abandoned ship at sea. The only living things on deck? A flock of strange purple chickens. No pirate turns down free loot, so they wrangle the birds aboard. Soon, the pirates discover that moonlight transforms the chickens into werechickens! One chomp from a sharp-toothed beak will turn a person into a […]

July 15, 2016 / 0 Comments
Keeping Christmas by Rebecca Blevins

Keeping Christmas by Rebecca Blevins

On her way home for a Christmas full of Norwegian traditions, Paige Sorensen is pulled over by the county sheriff in the small town of Higgins. The town’s annual Christmas dinner is in danger of being canceled, so the judge sentences Paige to community service, putting her experience as a caterer to good use. The one thing she doesn’t count on is working with Wes—a […]

December 21, 2015 / 0 Comments
Captain Schnozzlebeard and the Singing Clam of Minnie Skewel Island by Rebecca Blevins

Captain Schnozzlebeard and the Singing Clam of Minnie Skewel Island by Rebecca Blevins

Captain Gus Schnozzlebeard would rather hear crocodiles sharpenin’ their teeth on sandpaper than listen to his pirate crew sing. To save his sanity, he resolves to acquire musicians for his ship, the Scallywag III. When he hears tell of the Singing Clam of Minnie Skewel Island, he decides that’s exactly what he needs, and they set sail to go find it. Sometimes, though, getting what […]

April 8, 2015 / 0 Comments