Chapter a Week Fairytales

When you sign up for my newsletter, you can read a chapter a week from one of my stories! We’re currently reading Once Upon A Rose, which will have it’s final post on Christmas Eve. Starting New Year’s Eve, we’ll be reading Spell Bound! There will also be some free ebooks (like the one this week) and many other surprises. Hope you’ll join us for a very Happy Holiday season!

Photo courtesy of The Tea Ladies, Inc.

Newsletter Update

Lavender Lass Books will have a weekly newsletter starting this Friday! If you’re receiving this notice, you’ve subscribed to our website…which means we don’t see your email address…and you only get updates when we post on this blog.

However, if you’d like to receive our weekly newsletter, you can sign up below. We’ll be writing about tea, gardens, homes, vintage dresses, fancy teacups…and a chapter a week story at the end of the newsletter. If you’re interested, we hope you’ll join us!

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Family-Friendly Fairytales

While I write in many genres, my Enchanted Fairytales were created because I wanted something all ages could read or listen to together. Available in ebook, paperback and audiobook! Whether you read them yourself or to others…I hope you enjoy the stories! 💕🌿🧚‍♀️

‘Fairy Tale Tonight’ by Contemporary Artist, Demakov Yevgeniy. Courtesy of Great British Tea Party

The Trilogy is Complete

The series is finished and the first ebook is FREE today! 💕🎄🎁

Maggie McCrae knew her granddaughters were not ready for the legacy she must leave them. The house, the grounds and everything that went with it would now be theirs. She vowed she would do all she could to protect them and hopefully, give them the time they needed to fulfill their destiny. Gabriella and Moira must learn to trust themselves and each other as they discover the true magic of Burrows Bay.

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Sweet Romance for Christmas

I finished my Christmas story! Happy Holidays. 💕🎄

A small town has held on to their traditions and celebrates Christmas as if it were 100 years ago…which reporter Jake Logan finds surprisingly charming, but wonders if it’s too good to be true.

Jake has traveled the world but never really felt at home, until he spends time in a town that has its own unique way of celebrating the holidays. The longer he stays, the more he comes to like the town, the people, and one charming B&B owner in particular.

Lorna Sullivan has never met anyone like Jake, but she knows tourists don’t stay once the holidays are over. The more time she spends with Jake, the easier it is to wonder if this could be different…but there are secrets in every town and this one could destroy their chance at happiness.