A laugh-out-loud romantic comedy
It's All Fun and Games Until a Girl Falls in Love
Rebecca Chapman, a singer passionate about her craft, has never felt appreciated by her uber-professional family. When she’s selected to try out for a new reality singing show, it’s her chance to prove she can make it in the music world. All she has to do is get chosen by the network. Problem is, she needs to play an instrument for the audition in two months. And she can’t play a thing.
Amazingly, the solution seems to lie with Ian Ledger, the ultra-annoying co-worker she’s been at odds with since day one. Turns out Ian’s a skilled guitar player. He’s willing to teach her, but there’s a catch. He wants to win back his girlfriend at his sister’s wedding. And he wants Rebecca to help him.
Seems like a perfect solution. She gets the music lessons needed to secure her spot on the show; he wins back the girl destined to be his bride. Easy peasy. Except, during the series of ridiculous “fun” lessons and hours of arduous music practice, Rebecca’s feelings for Ian shift.
As the wedding nears, Rebecca doesn’t want Ian to succeed in his quest for love. But a deal is a deal. They both have dreams to chase. And a dream come true is everything.
Praise for Fun Lessons:
"Treese is on par with the best rom-com authors that include Sophie Ranald, Tess Bailey, and Sally Thorn." - Susan Reinhardt, author of "The Beautiful Misfits"
"Fun Lessons is as thoughtful as it is romantic." - Wendy Rich Stetson, author of "Hometown"
"This opposites attract, enemies to lovers story will have you laughing, sighing, and rooting for these two eccentric personalities until the very end." - Maria Imbalzano, Author of The Sworn Sisters Series
A sweet Hallmark-style romance
Reeling from a broken engagement, Andi Carter swears off men. She quits her job in New York and returns home to figure out next steps. Luckily, she quickly finds a job--one that will take her mind off her ex--as a caretaker for an elderly widower, Liam Quinn. Liam is the owner of Christmastown, a holiday-themed amusement park that shut down years ago. But he’s anxious to reopen it, and Andi, loving the concept, throws herself into helping him. It’s the perfect distraction. And bonus: there are no eligible men for miles.
Until Matt Taylor shows up to audit the park.
Matt is handsome, charming, and full of surprises. Even Liam’s notoriously cranky cat, Claus, likes him. Andi works with Matt on a Christmastown project and platonic feelings turn into a full-fledged crush…maybe a little more. She likes this guy. Unbelievably, Matt seems to like her back.
Only she soon discovers that Matt isn’t who he says he is. So now, Andi has another decision to make—run away and start over—again? Or stay, and hear Matt out? After all, Christmas is the season of miracles…
Praise for The Santa Games:
"This is the PERFECT holiday read." @cmtloveswineandbooks
"A great cozy read with all the feels of a Hallmark romance"- Amazon reviewer
"The Hallmark Channel could learn a few things from this one!" @biblioreviews
Raw from a broken engagement, the last thing reporter Sienna Dewey wants to do is write a magazine feature about Pittsburgh’s famous love locks. And the second last thing? Entertain her brother’s friend, Nate, currently squatting in her downtown apartment.
Nate fills the apartment with ridiculous toys and games from his marketing job; Sienna’s final story lead dries up. When she’s just about sure she’ll lose her job – and her mind – a chance meeting turns into the opportunity to write the story of her life. As Sienna unravels a unique tale of forbidden love, Nate makes plans to move out. Great. Except now she really wants him to stay. Will Sienna be able to admit her feelings before it's too late?