A woman cursed. A ghost in the woods. A park ranger with a choice—her life for another.

Gwyn has lived inconspicuously in Glacier National Park for the better part of a century, careful never to reveal too much. By day she masquerades as the Eira ghost, the one who ushers in the winter every fall, to get a glimpse of what she will never have—love. In order to fully break the curse, she would have to risk everything, and she’s not willing to watch Kay die.

Kay loves being a park ranger and every summer, she searches for the elusive Eira ghost, a legend she’s tried to prove for three summers. Little does she know, she’s come face to face with all she’s been looking for. But is Kay willing to give up her life in order to break Gwyn’s curse?

If you wanted Elsa to find true love with another woman or if you love fairytales retold, this modern Snow Queen retelling is just for you.

The first day of her junior year in college was supposed to go off without a hitch. But when Ainsley Jacobs sat in her memoir class with a professor she’d never had before, her life took an unexpected turn. She couldn’t get her well-dressed professor, Meredith Frenz, out of her head.

Meredith had lived a lonely yet comfortable life for the past fifteen years, and despite flings here and there, she had no desire to jump head first into a relationship, especially one with her student. Despite all her thwarted efforts, Meredith was determined to keep to herself and push Ainsley away.

Forbidden love is often the most attractive.


One decision changes everything Kara holds dear to her heart.

Kara Barton makes a leap of faith decision after discovering her pregnancy and moves to the middle of nowhere Kansas. Being a photographer, she knows she can find work almost anywhere she wants, but making what is left behind after tragedy a life is harder than she ever imagined.

When she meets Tiny, a dark-eyed native to the Western Plains, her plans and life vision are thrown off track. With secrets tangled together, she stumbles through her first year in Kansas, hoping she can make it to the end of the year without too many mistakes left in her wake.