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Catoctin Creek Country Romance Series Vol 1-3
Catoctin Creek Country Romance Series Vol 1-3

Catoctin Creek Country Romance Series Vol 1-3

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Discover a new romance series to love!

This set is the first 3 books in the Catoctin Creek Small Town Romance series.
From award-winning author Natalie Keller Reinert, These sweet romances celebrate the simple pleasures of small towns, nature preservation, farming traditions, and country life.

Author: Natalie Keller Reinert

Paperback  Size: 5.25 x  8 inches

Here are the details of each book in the series: 

Sunset at Catoctin Creek (Catoctin Creek - Book 1)

367 pages

Sparks fly when opposites attract in this sweet country romance!

Rosemary is content with her life in the sleepy Maryland backwater of Catoctin Creek. Sure, things can be lonely for a woman all alone on a farm, but she has her horses, the elderly neighbors she’s known her entire life, and her best friend Nikki, who is always happy to drop by with take-out from the Blue Plate Diner and the latest town gossip. If nothing in her life ever changes again, Rosemary will be perfectly happy.

Then, Rosemary met Stephen.

Stephen isn’t sure what he finds more upsetting about Catoctin Creek: the heavy country silence or the pitch-black nights. A trip that began as a quick visit to his ailing father has turned into a long-term nightmare with no end in sight.  His glittering life back in Manhattan is calling his name, but, unfortunately, his phone isn’t ringing with any job offers. If he can’t finagle a deal that puts him back on the map with his old investment pals, Stephen is going to lose his mind.

Then, Stephen met Rosemary.

When Stephen lands on a plan to get back to New York, he can’t see any downsides to the deal. But all Rosemary sees is the end of her peaceful country life and hard-won happiness. She can’t see why he won’t leave well enough alone — and he can’t understand how anyone could be happy in this slow, small town. How can these two opposites learn to see the good in each other’s lives…and build a love that lasts?

For fans of cozy romance and small-town settings, Sunset in Catoctin Creek invites you to put your feet up, sip a comforting hot drink, and enjoy a satisfying happy-ever-after love story.

Snowfall at Catoctin Creek (Catoctin Creek - Book 2)

357 pages

It’s time to get snowed in at Catoctin Creek…

Nikki Mercer inherited the Blue Plate Diner, Catoctin Creek’s favorite (and only) eatery, with all of its country traditions intact. She’s kept the restaurant running just as it has for generations — and just the way her customers like things. It’s only on her few hours off the clock that Nikki wanders past a certain old house on Main Street and conjures up impossible dreams…and then goes home to cook the wild and delicious recipes that make her heart happy. She wishes she could whip up something new for paying customers, but she knows Catoctin Creek isn't ready for a change.

Kevin McRae is on the verge of collapse. Desperate for a change, positive he was never cut out for high-stakes investments, he follows his friend Stephen to Catoctin Creek, where the nights are quiet and the work pursuits feel more pure. He’s certain he can rebuild his life into something satisfying away from the gridlock of the city…and living near the fiery Nikki, who captivated him months before, doesn’t hurt. Kevin's decision to learn horseshoeing and become a farrier surprises everyone who knows him, but when he said he wanted a change, he meant it.

Romance is quick to kindle between these two dreamers, but this relationship isn’t all roses. Nikki believes Catoctin Creek is too deeply rooted in the past to accept her dreams, while Kevin sees opportunity at every turn in town. She makes plans, he leaps without looking. Together, they might build something beautiful—if they can just find a shared vision of the future.

Springtime at Catoctin Creek (Catoctin Creek - Book 3)

275 pages

Nadine came back to Catoctin Creek without much hope of ever fitting in there. Her goals? Work a steady job as barn manager at Elmwood Equestrian Center, keep an eye on her mom, and keep her head down. Three things which would be easier without the constant annoyance of the riding instructor and her next-door neighbor, Sean.

Sean Casey never meant to stay in Catoctin Creek for long. His heart is on the big horse show circuit, along with his friends, and he’s going back on the road as soon as he can. Assuming he ever finds someone with deep enough pockets to fund his dreams. As the riding instructor at Elmwood, he has his pick of rich older women to con into sponsoring him. It’s a task which would go a lot more smoothly if that workhorse Nadine would get off his back.

Nadine is counting the days until Sean finally leaves Elmwood; Sean is exasperated with Nadine’s grinding work ethic. Both have been going out of their way to avoid working with each other. So when spring brings the challenge of working together on Rosemary Beckett’s sales horse, they’re surprised to find they aren’t the worst of colleagues, after all . . . and not bad neighbors, either.

With an enemies-to-lovers romp through the beautiful small-town setting of Catoctin Creek, a dash of daring horses, and spring in bloom all around, Springtime at Catoctin Creek is a charming, cozy romance perfect for your next lazy-day escape.

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