Kate Carlisle

The Twelve Books of Christmas By Kate Carlisle: Review/Giveaway

by Cynthia Chow


As much as Brooklyn Wainwright loves her family, she wasn’t entirely prepared to be hosting a Christmas Eve dinner for over 34 of her nearest and dearest. But she and her husband, Derek Stone, specifically bought a second home in Dharma, California to be closer to her family, and Derek’s brothers as well are flying in with their families for a visit.

Dressed to Drill By Kate Carlisle: Review/Giveaway/Father’s Day Guest Post

by Cynthia Chow
& Kate Carlisle


Contractor Shannon Hammer can’t deny that attending a Hollywood movie premiere is exciting, especially when the blockbuster action movie is based on a book written by her boyfriend MacKintyre Sullivan. But Shannon is anxious to return home to Lighthouse Cove and resume her construction company’s latest project: renovating the Northern California Lighthouse Church into an art museum. It’s a big project, and she welcomes the help of the film crew’s lighting director Buck Buckner who just happens to have family living in the town.

Absence of Mallets By Kate Carlisle: Review/Giveaway/Guest Post

by Cynthia Chow
& Kate Carlisle


It’s been three months of bliss ever since Shannon Hammer and boyfriend MacKintyre Sullivan moved in together in their town of Lighthouse Cove, California. While Shannon heads her Victorian building restoration Hammer Construction, mega-bestselling author Mac recently opened a writers’ retreat taking place in his former historic lighthouse mansion. Mac and his former Navy SEAL friends have also invested in five acres of land where Hammer Construction will be building tiny homes for veterans.

Little Black Book By Kate Carlisle: Review/Giveaway

by Cynthia Chow


After spending ten days with Brooklyn Wainwright’s loving and eccentric family in the wine country of Dharma, she and her new husband Derek Stone are excited to be back at their home in San Francisco. Waiting there for the couple is a British first edition of Daphne du Maurier’s Rebecca, mailed by Gwyneth Antiquities all the way from Oddlochen, Scotland. While this would be remarkable in itself, far more surprising that the tome has been sent not to book-restoration expert Brooklyn, but to security specialist and former spy Derek.

Premeditated Mortar: A Fixer-Upper Mystery By Kate Carlisle: Review/Giveaway

by Cynthia Chow


Historical home renovator and building contractor Shannon Hammer couldn’t be more excited about her latest project. Hammer Construction has been hired by Shannon’s best friend Jane Hennessey to renovate the historic 1870 Gables into a planned hotel and spa resort. It wasn’t until the 1960s that the name was changed to the Northern California Asylum for the Insane, but the purpose always remained the same.

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