A birthday pushing forty? He couldn’t care less.
Dating for the first time at his age? Yeah, he’s taking notes.
Agent Quincy Adams, aka “Q,” is on a mission to educate himself about romantic relationships—and more specifically, the pretty art therapist who’s captured his heart. For now, her signature smile has outlasted his bumbling ineptitude.
Easy-going Hope Montgomery has been sweetly silencing her biological clock, but Christmas separations trigger all her alarms. Is she a patient saint or a hopeless coward?
In a humorous turn of events, a set of exhausted newlyweds disrupt Q’s assumptions about the world and inadvertently nudge him toward a second chance for a holiday romance.
Rekindling Hope is a follow-up to the Seth Browne Novels, but it can be read as a standalone. If you like socially awkward heroes, near kiss misses, and light-hearted inspiration, you’ve found your match with this two-for-one love story!
NOTE: Rekindling Hope can be read as a standalone, but it is a follow-up to the Seth Browne Novels. Think of it as a Christmas special episode. Some readers can jump right in mid-season; others will better appreciate the story's socially awkward hero by reading the preceding trilogy first.