Hickory Hollow Books in Order:
Drunk on a Plane (2020)
Caller Number Nine (2020)
The Boy Next Door (2021)
Luck of the Draw (2021)
Cat Burglar (2022)
To Be or Not To Be (2022)
Please note: All Hickory Hollow novels are stand-alone and can be read in any order. Some characters do make appearances across books, so there may be some very minor spoilers if read out of order of publication.
Drunk on a Plane
Those little bottles of airplane liquor add up fast. Eric Caretti discovers this while drowning his relief on the way to his destination wedding. Alone. Sort of. He hadn't counted on his cheating ex-bride-to-be's (bride-to-have-been's?) cousin being there to help get his drunk self to the cruise ship.
Megan Prescott jumps at the chance to photograph her cousin’s cruise wedding. It's the perfect opportunity to build her travel portfolio… and put some distance between her and her anxious, controlling mother. The last thing she expects is to spend ten days at sea with her cousin's jilted groom.
Megan and Eric reluctantly spend their days together, swimming with dolphins, exploring Mayan ruins, and becoming friends.
Because anything more would be inappropriate.
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Caller Number Nine
When workaholic veterinarian Margo Lewis wins a radio call in contest for a weeklong glamping vacation at picturesque Hickory Hollow Campground, she convinces herself to relax and enjoy it.
Emphasis on relax.
She arrives at the campground and discovers her next-door-neighbor for the week is none other than Connor Anderson, the selfish jerk who smashed her heart back in high school.
Her entire family shows up at the campground as a "surprise." Margo hates surprises.
Not relaxing at all.
Oh yeah, and Margo's stepmom invited Margo's ex-fiancé in the hopes of getting them back together.
Dream vacation? More like a nightmare.
Still reeling from his brother's death, Conner Anderson takes winning a camping vacation as a good sign. He can hardly believe his good fortune when his neighbor turns out to be his first love.
He's been waiting years to apologize.
All he has to do is wade through her family and her ex-fiancé.
Oh yeah, and make up for a decade of unresolved hurt.
But Connor has a secret weapon.
Getting Margo to fall in love with his Labrador is easy. Getting her to fall in love – or at least fall out of dislike – with him is going to be a lot harder.
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The Boy Next Door
She's chasing the spotlight. He's running from it.
Minor local celebrity Kim Donahue has built her own lifestyle channel online, but she dreams of becoming a Home Network star. She has two priorities in life: raising her grieving fourteen-year-old nephew and making her dream come true. A misdirected package has her knocking on the new neighbor's door… only to have it slammed in her face. Literally. Kim doesn't care how ridiculously hot he is – he's a jerk and she doesn't have time for his nonsense.
Daystar Rising superstar Nate Sanders enjoyed his fame right up until the moment a crazed fan nearly ended his life. Running as far from Hollywood as he can get, he lands in a little town where nobody knows his name. He has one priority in life: to be left alone. So he might have overreacted when his new neighbor knocked on his door. Good thing he's not trying to make friends.
When Kim's nephew runs away and Nate brings him back to her, they form a friendship that has the potential to be much more.
But how can it work when Hollywood is her dream...
and his nightmare?
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Luck of the Draw
Tiger attack. Zombie apocalypse. Root canal with gum scraping.
As far as Sarah Winchester is concerned, all of those are better options than getting roped into the Hickory Hollow Ladies’ Society’s annual Love Drawing. No way she's participating in that hot mess. When the Society’s meddling president drops Sarah’s name into the drawing box anyway, Sarah can’t imagine anything worse. Until she “coincidentally” gets partnered with Rowan, who still carries a grudge from when she backed over his mailbox. It was an accident, okay??
Rowan Graham has lost everyone he’s ever cared about, except his great-aunt Millie. He’d do anything for her, even if it means gritting his teeth and suffering through her club's ridiculous Valentine's Day Ball and Love Drawing. Maybe it won't be so bad. Until he realizes the last woman standing is the one he least wants to be partnered with. Yeah, her. This isn't going to be bad, it's going to be awful. It was a Brand. New. Mailbox, okay??
Sarah and Rowan agree on one thing – those sweet little old ladies totally rigged the drawing. Even though the Ladies’ Society swears it was the luck of the draw.