Category: Books

The Key West of My Adolescence

The Key West of My Adolescence

By Priscilla Oliveras Island Affair was my homage to Key West, the beautiful vacation spot. My hope is that readers who curled up with Sara and Luis’s romance finished it… READ MORE

The Second Chance Romance Trope

The Second Chance Romance Trope

By Stacy Finz I love writing second chance stories. It’s probably one of my favorite tropes. And in Holding On, the heroine, Joey Nix, needs a second chance probably more… READ MORE

A Bouquet of Books!

A Bouquet of Books!

No matter the genre, we have some book recs for the mom in your life! Or, the mom who’s looking to treat themselves. The Mom Who Loves Swoon-worthy Reads Anchored… READ MORE

Recipes From Honey Creek

Recipes From Honey Creek

Piper loves to drink Cokes and eat snacks on the run. Her favorite recipe at the café is RaisinBread French Toast. She might even toss some chocolate chips on top…. READ MORE

Six Uses for Lemon

Six Uses for Lemon

By Amanda Flower Lemon is my favorite flavor. Any time I visit Holmes County and go to one of the many Amish restaurants in the area, I get a piece… READ MORE

Wedding Bells and Lifelong Vows

Wedding Bells and Lifelong Vows

By Lauren Elliott I would have to say spring truly is my favorite season. The word evokes feelings of warmth and rebirth, promises of a brighter future and the belief… READ MORE

Ropa Vieja and Picadillo Recipe

Ropa Vieja and Picadillo Recipe

By Priscilla Oliveras MM-mmm, Good…Anchored Hearts Style! How could I have a hero whose familia has a popular Cuban restaurant that plays a pivotal role in the hero’s past, present,… READ MORE

Cozy Reads for Rainy Days

Cozy Reads for Rainy Days

Cozy up with these mysteries for those April shower days! Fresh Brewed Murder by Emmeline Duncan Master barista Sage Caplin is opening a new coffee cart in Portland, Oregon, but… READ MORE

The Maidens of Mayhem

The Maidens of Mayhem

By Anabelle Bryant The streets of Regency England may seem safe for those who possess wealth and privilege, but for the commoner, they are a dangerous if not lethal place… READ MORE