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Hickory Hollow Books in Order:

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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.

Stand Alone Books (not connected to a series)

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Drunk on a Plane
Drunk on a Plane (Hickory Hollow #1)

​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.

Just friends.

Because anything more would be inappropriate.

Right?

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Caller Number Nine
Caller Number Nine (Hickory Hollow #2)

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.

Not relaxing.

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.

Scout.

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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Boy Next Door
The Boy Next Door (Hickory Hollow #3)

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
Luck of the Draw (Hickory Hollow #4)

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.

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Cat Burglar (Hickory Hollow #5)

Avery Hannigan moved home and saved her family's business. Her reward? A slap in the face when it's handed to her brother. Oh yeah, the patriarchy is real. The Worst Day Ever gets worse when a thief breaks into her apartment and steals her unmentionables. Not just any ordinary thief. A cat. Oh, no, this furry criminal will not get away with her favorite bra.

Alex Myers can't believe his cat is being accused of burgling the neighbor’s apartment, but it's hard to deny the hot pink evidence. Could this get any more awkward? Oh, yes, it could. His mother walks in and assumes they’re dating. Worse, she impulsively invites Avery to their family's annual beach vacation. Thanks, Mom.

Somewhere between cat burglary, career talk, and discovering a mutual—and fanatical—love of baseball, Alex realizes the cat did him a favor by stealing Avery’s bra. Now Alex wants to steal her heart. Things quickly escalate from the awkward meetup to an all-out wild chase, with the cat leading the way.

Can Alex and Avery get past the drama to become more than neighbors, or should their budding relationship be tossed out like yesterday's litter?

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Mending Fences
Mending Fences (Hickory Hollow #6)

Getting the white picket fence isn't the end of the story.

Chandler has her fairy tale happily ever after. House in the country, two kids, white picket fence, the whole nine. It hasn't always been easy, but her marriage has weathered every storm that's come their way. Until a Category 5 in the form of a vindictive mother-in-law roars through and leaves a trail of lies, misunderstandings, and broken trust in her wake.

A raging summer storm destroyed part of their fence outside, even as Oren's mother wreaked havoc inside. Oren would give anything just to have everyone get along, but when Chandler shores up her boundaries, he finds himself on the outside looking in.

A hammer and nails will fix the broken fence, but do they have the right tools to fix their marriage?

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Chandler and Oren were previously introduced in Caller Number Nine, in case you'd like to meet them before diving into their story. This book is completely stand-alone, and there are no spoilers if you read them out of order.

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The Bucket List (Stand Alone)

17 months, 3 weeks, and 4 days. That's how long I've been crushing on Del, the cute IT guy down the hall. We've bonded over 80s music and Seinfeld references our younger-than-GenX coworkers don't quite appreciate. I'm pretty sure if I asked him out, there's a good chance he'd say yes. Just one problem. I don't take chances. I'm naturally risk-averse.
 
Okay, fine, let's call it like it is. I'm boring.
 
When our company hands out the worst employee appreciation gifts ever – leatherbound bucket list journals – I'm faced with just how deep my boringness runs. Trust me, it’s deep.
 
It's so deep that after a week, the only item on my bucket list is to buy a scratch-off ticket. When this leads to Del and I sharing a modest lottery jackpot, I'm inspired to make a list for real, and inch my way outside of my comfort zone.

But is Del willing to wait around while I figure out how to live a little, or are inside jokes and an office crush all we'll ever have?

The Bucket List

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Two Tickets to Paradise (Hickory Hollow #7)

When the Hickory Hollow Ladies' Society offers Becky Reed an all-expense-paid trip to Ireland, it seems like the perfect distraction from her ex-husband's wedding. One catch – it's a trip for two and the Ladies are crossing their fingers that the Emerald Isle will inspire love between Becky and her travel companion.  

Back in high school, Noah Spencer fell head over heels for Becky. One problem – Becky never even knew he existed. So when the Ladies' Society offers him a rare second chance to make a first impression, he's determined to make the most of it.

Will eight days, a miniature rental car, and breathtaking castles be the lucky charms they need to form a solid foundation for love? Or will their pasts, insecurities, and unrealistic expectations be too much for the Luck o' the Irish to overcome?

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Bad Advice (Hickory Hollow #8)
Coming November 15, 2023

 

Sometimes you should listen to your friends. Other times? Not so much.


When shy, anxious Lincoln has trouble dating, he turns to his friends. They're all in great relationships, so they should have the best advice, right? He puts himself into their hands and ends up with an earpiece guiding him step by step through a horrific date that belongs in the Hall of Shame.


When Gretchen hears about the guys' well-intentioned but very bad, no good plans for Lincoln's love life, she jumps in to help her friend out. After all, what he really needs is a woman's perspective. A few practice dates, some real-time feedback, and by the time the holidays are over, Lincoln will have the skills and confidence to date for real. Simple as that.


It's just fake dating. So why is it starting to feel real?
 

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Where There's a Will (Hickory Hollow Novella)
 
Aunt Trudy had always been a force of nature with questionable methods. When soon-to-be-divorced Gin and Brett are summoned to the family cabin for the reading of her will, they are shocked to find Aunt Trudy alive and well.

They're even more shocked when Aunt Trudy steals their cars and traps them at the cabin for the weekend to force them to reconcile.

Stuck together with no cell service, no electricity, and no way to avoid each other, Gin and Brett engage in a high-stakes game of Go Fish that puts everything on the line.

Did Trudy's scheme inspire a new beginning, or was it the final str
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