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Never trust a man who doesn’t like coffee.

Kirstine Brown does not heed her grandfather’s advice and lets billionaire businessman Iain Young get under her skin. But what Kirsty won’t stand for is losing Joe’s Coffee House–her pride and joy. It is all she has.

Iain inherits Cairistìne Court, a building in the heart of Edinburgh’s Leith district, and a stubborn tenant who refuses to move. Kirsty has an iron-clad contract, but Iain is used to winning and sets out to change her mind.

He gets more than he bargained for and falls hard for the blonde barista. Knowing that only a big gesture will convince a suspicious Kirsty of his growing love for her, he waits for the perfect moment.

But secrets cause misunderstandings. Throw in an ex who wants him back and a greedy employee who sabotages Kirsty, and Iain has his work cut out for him.

Will Iain’s big gesture be too late to win Kirsty’s heart?

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Life is too short to drink bad wine

Businessman Santiago Figueras arrives in Edinburgh to reclaim his missing wife. But why should Olivia Holmes trust him now, when he left her stranded in a foreign country three years ago?


All she wants to do is to protect the son Santiago knew nothing did not know he had. But Santiago makes her a shrewd offer she cannot refuse—and she follows him to Argentina to rebuild their marriage.

Olivia is still addicted to the taste of his kisses, but can she give him her heart again?


Years of hurt and mistrust are not easily erased and threaten to tear them apart once more.


Can Santiago and Olivia's love grow deep roots among the vineyards of Mendoza, or will they harvest only a lifetime of regrets?

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The way to a man's heart is through his stomach... hers might be through his kitchen...

Morag MacPherson returns to Scotland with one dream and that is to open her open cupcake shop. She knows she has to work hard and may have to wait awhile before she could fulfil that dream, but she doesn’t mind that. She will not let one obnoxious man, accusing her of things she will never consider, derails her plan.

When Peter Moriarty realised he made a big mistake, he tried his best to rectify it, but Morag was not a feisty red-head for nothing. He had to work hard to gain her trust and friendship. What did he have to do to win her heart?

Peter might have an ace up his sleeve, however. What is that saying again? The way to a man’s heart is through his stomach.

Hers might be through his kitchen.