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North + Henry Brothers Bundle

North + Henry Brothers Bundle

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Series Synopsis

North Brothers Series:
Meet five swoon-worthy bachelor brothers and the women who bring them to their knees in this contemporary romance series with a little humor, some spicy times, and plenty of emotional, heartwarming moments.

Henry Brothers Series:
Welcome to Dragonfly Lake, a small town on a picturesque lake in Tennessee, where the waters run deep, the neighbors are nosy, and the Henry Brothers are stealing hearts. This is a small-town series with humor, some steam, and loads of emotional, heartwarming moments.

The North Brothers and Henry Brothers become family when Mrs. North gets hitched to Mr. Henry, doubling the family chaos and making holidays even more full of noise, drama, and love.

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True North, Chapter One

Getting dumped sucked, even when you weren’t that wild about the guy to start with.

Getting dumped two days before your sister’s wedding, being left dateless… That was an altogether different level of suck.

Sierra Lowell shut the back door of her business harder than she meant to and let out a quiet but heartfelt stream of swear words.

“Everything okay?”

She turned from the door to see Cole North, her foreman, sticking his head into the room.

“Fine,” she said, brushing off the irritation from her personal life and slipping back into business mode. It probably revealed a lot about her relationship—former relationship—that she so easily got her mind back on the subject of her meeting with Cole. “Sorry about the interruption.”

“What did what’s-his-name do to you?”

“How do you know it’s what’s-his-name?”

“You were fine all day, even with the wedding stress. He shows up, you slam the door, I find you swearing a blue streak after him… Are you going to tell me it’s not?”

Cole was the kind of guy who didn’t say too much but who paid attention, sometimes more than she wanted him to. “He screwed me over for a wedding date,” she said.

“He canceled on you?”

“Broke up with me. Which wouldn’t be a big deal if not for Kennedy’s wedding. We were never that serious but had agreed to at least get through the wedding.”

“What changed?”

She blew out a breath as she pulled her ponytail out from under her jacket. “He met someone he really likes. Wants to see her this weekend.”

Cole watched her, assessing, and then he said, “That blows.”

“I’d be okay with it if it didn’t leave me in the lurch for the wedding.”

“Do you really need a date?” he asked skeptically.

Such a guy.

“I really do. My mom is militant about RSVPs and head counts for the hotel caterers. If I don’t show up with a plus one, I’ll never hear the end of it.”

There was more—as the youngest Lowell sibling, Sierra always felt she had to prove herself, in every arena, justified or not, and both her siblings had found their person, were settled or settling, and she was so far from it, it wasn’t funny—but it wasn’t worth going into with Cole. She fully acknowledged it was at least partially in her head, but it wasn’t likely she could resolve twenty-some years of mental crap in the next forty-eight hours.

“Plus there’s the bridal party dance…” She shook her head, realizing how woe-is-me she would sound to admit out loud she didn’t want to be the odd girl out.

“What kind of dance?” Cole said, lowering his bag to the chair he’d been sitting on.

“Just a slow song. Standard partner dance. Nothing special, but it’s a thing.” She looked away, pressed her lips together as she started sorting through options, because the other single attendant—the groom’s brother—was bringing a date, and they’d already decided their dates would join them for the bridal party dance. If Sierra didn’t find someone, she’d either look like a dumb ass out there by herself or be conspicuously absent for that song. She disliked both options.

“It’s Saturday night?” he asked, looking pensive.

“Five thirty. I have”—she picked up her phone and pushed the button to check the time—“forty-seven and a half hours to find someone. I’m not going alone.”

She unlocked her phone, opened her contacts, and was about to tap on her brother’s name, hoping he’d know someone he could set her up with, as pathetic as that was, when Cole said, “I can stand in for your date.”

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Fall in love with eight bachelor brothers who don't think they need love. These series are chock full of second chances, friends to lovers, brother's best friend, accidental pregnancy, marriage of convenience, and more.

“You’re guarded. Uptight.” Standing face-to-face with him, Sierra reached over and squeezed both of his shoulders, as if to check how tense they were.

“Monday morning. Back to boss-employee,” Cole managed to say in a mostly matter-of-fact voice, even though it was turning out to be a lie. “Fake date,” he continued. “You said it yourself.”

She snapped her gaze to his, narrowed her eyes, studied him. He tried to keep his expression blank.

“It was supposed to be a fake date,” she said pensively. She pressed her lips together as she continued to size him up. “And by saying that Saturday night, I was trying to keep things straight in my head, trying to justify going against my own policy of not getting involved with anyone at work. But that made it seem like I didn’t want to be with you, huh?”

“You were keeping boundaries in place. I got that.”

Her gaze dropped to the floor, and she shoved her hands in her back pants pockets. “That was the goal. Boundaries. But after everything that happened, those boundaries are history.”

“They don’t have to be.”

He needed them not to be. He needed to put about six feet between them so he couldn’t see the flecks of gold in her brown eyes or the sheen of uncolored gloss on her lips. So he couldn’t extend his arm, touch her, pull her closer the way he was dying to.

“I call bullshit.” She stood up straighter, lifted her chin. “I had fun with you, liked being with you. And then later, with your mom—”

“I’m sorry you had to deal with that. I should’ve driven myself.”

“Stop it. You needed a friend. I’m glad I was there. Glad I got to meet your family that I didn’t know existed.” Her lips quirked up, eyes sparked with a hint of teasing, then she went serious again. “I get the impression you don’t let a lot of people in, but guess what? I’m in. We’re friends. No going back.”

He didn’t know much about friends, didn’t really have any, but this didn’t feel quite like friends. Not the way his blood was pounding through him.

Sierra’s gaze slipped downward, to his lips, and she moved closer, mere inches away, those doe eyes locked to his again.

He couldn’t get himself to look away, couldn’t break the sudden connection. He dropped his arms to his sides, gripped the table behind him, fighting not to touch her or put a hand at her waist or brush that stray lock of hair from her cheek.

A heartbeat later, she closed the rest of the space between them, grasped his upper arm, and pressed her lips to his.

Continue reading True North if you love:

  • fake relationships
  • forbidden love
  • opposites attract
  • black sheep heroes

⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️ "These North brothers are fantastic!"

⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️ "I’ve absolutely loved all of Amy Knupp’s North Brother’s series and now The Henry Brothers!"

⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️ "The perfect balance of steam, drama and humor."

  • Books included in this bundle:

True North
True Colors
True Blue
True Harmony
True Hero
+ 2 bonus books: Untold and Sweet Spot

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