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The Callaghan Green series is set in London, Borough Market to be precise. It follows the lives, romance and loves of the seven Callaghan siblings, five of whom work for their family's law firm - Callaghan Green. The first three stories are available on Amazon and in Kindle Unlimited. Between Cases, Payton's story, is out on October 12; Changing Spaces, Ava's story will be out in February 2019. Simone Wood, the chef first introduced in Engagement Rate, has her own book, Heat, due out in 2019 also. Every book is available on Amazon and is in Kindle Unlimited. Each book can be read as a standalone, but the reader will get more out of them through reading them in order, which is:
Engagement Rate (Jackson Callaghan and Vanessa Moore)
White Knight (Claire Callaghan and Killian O'Hara)
Compromising Agreements (Maxwell Callaghan and Victoria Davies)
Between Cases (Payton Callaghan and Owen Anders)
Changing Spaces (Ava Callaghan & ?) Due Feb 2019
Heat (Simone Wood & ?) Due 2019
Ice (Sophie) Due 2019
Mythical Creatures (Callum Callaghan & ?) due 2020
Air (Amelie & ?) Due 2020
A Callaghan Christmas - Due 2020
The Partnership (Seph Callaghan & ?) Due 2021
A top, workaholic lawyer. An independent, ambitious marketing executive. Neither was looking for anything more than a hook-up, so what happens when a hook-up leaves them hooked - on each other?
Jackson Callaghan leads his family's London law firm by example: work hard then work harder. Surrounded by his six siblings he's never needed the commitment of a relationship and is more than happy with his poker nights, occasional one night stands and owning the roads on his Harley until he meets Vanessa Moore.
Vanessa has no interest in anything other than growing her marketing company and breaking all ties from her ex. The contract to rebrand Callaghan Green is her chance to showcase her talents, not end up in Jackson Callaghan's bed, on his kitchen work top and his sofa, amongst other places. He's rearranging her world and she's not sure she doesn't like it.
But can two independent, ambitious workaholics ever manage to work things out for each other, and with something possibly more important at stake: their hearts?
Engagement Rate is the first in the Callaghan Green series. Each book is a standalone and can be read separately from the others.
Claire Callaghan has dedicated her adult life to two things: her career as a family lawyer and trying to move on from the love she had to give up.
Killian O’Hara has spent years fighting for his country, growing his business, and trying to forget how it ended back then, all the while wondering why Claire took herself out of his life, breaking his heart.
But fate has a funny way of bringing the past into the present.
Claire’s latest case puts her in danger, not just from the man who her client needs to hide from, but from the man she’s had to leave behind. Killian can protect her, if she’ll let him, because being close to him reopens old wounds. All he wants is to try again, to prove he’s the man she needs and maybe have an explanation.
However, even choices made long ago have consequences, and only Claire can decide if she can give both Killian and herself a second chance at the happily after after they never had – back then.
I don't do relationships; I don't do distractions and I definitely don't do feisty, argumentative ones like Victoria Davies.
But the woman has my mind on anything but work and keeping my hands off her is not something I'm excelling at.
Maxwell Callaghan isn't my knight in shining armour, but he might be the answer to my frustrated little prayers.
I have one goal: complete my PhD and follow my dreams, but Max is offering a helping of heaven and I'm not sure he'll be willing to compromise...
Poor choice in men? Check.
Debatably losing the plot? Check.
Payton Callaghan has had enough. She needs time away from her stressful job, time away from her disaster of a love life and what she really doesn’t need is a hot bookshop owner trying to verbally outwit her in the middle of his store.
Owen Anders believes in creating his own plot. Successful businessman, talented musician and book nerd, he hadn’t accounted for Payton and her wrath at the exact moment his well-constructed world was hitting an unplanned crisis. However, he needs a lawyer and he thinks she needs him.
With Payton insistent that a relationship is not in an upcoming chapter, can Owen persuade her to change her plot and ensure her happily ever after stars him?
Changing Spaces is due for release in February 2019. Look out on social media for more details!