Flashback Friday: Nora Roberts, Lori Foster, and Lisa Jackson
Welcome back to another Flashback Friday, where we highlight just how much our covers have evolved over the years. This week, we’re showing off covers from Nora Roberts, Lori Foster, and Lisa Jackson. Which covers do you prefer? Head on down to the comments and let us know!
Considering Kate by Nora Roberts
The final book in the reader-favorite Stanislaskis series from #1 New York Times bestselling author Nora Roberts.
Kate Stanislaski Kimball is done with glamour and fame; she has come home to make a fresh start. The only thing more perfect than the beautiful—dilapidated—building she’s bought for her new dance school is Brody O’Connell, the frustrating and surprisingly fascinating contractor she’s hired for the renovation. As a single father, Brody is determined to resist Kate’s effortless allure. But how long can a man hold out against his own heart?
Sawyer by Lori Foster
This Buckhorn brother will fight for the woman of his dreams in this beloved classic from New York Times bestselling author Lori Foster…
As the only doctor in Buckhorn County, Kentucky, Sawyer Hudson knows a thing or two about saving lives. But when he rescues the beautiful Honey Malone from a car wreck and nurses her to health at his home, he finds himself dreading the day she’s well enough to walk away. Because now that he’s met the woman of his dreams, he’s not about to let her go.
Honey’s been on the run for days, but when a car accident lands her in Sawyer’s arms, she’s never felt so safe in her life. But can he convince her that it’s safe to stop running—and build a future in the one place that’s ever felt like home?
Lone Stallion’s Lady by Lisa Jackson
Rediscover this fan-favorite by #1 New York Times bestselling author Lisa Jackson, first published in 2000.
When a night of passion with Gina Henderson results in an unexpected pregnancy, Montana oilman Trent Remmington sets out to do the honorable thing by offering marriage, but his stubborn intended bride refuses to surrender unless he can offer his heart as well.