Playing sweeter books are funny, character driven stand-alones where the romance is on the ‘sweet-er’ side. I bet you’ll enjoy!
THE STORY OF YOU AND ME
“…a lovely story of young love, Sophie meets Alejandro… the barroom bouncer, after being injured when a beer bottle is thrown… she discovers how difficult it is to get around LA, she hires Alex to drive her to her various appointments. …the two begin to build a friendship…keeping secrets threatens to destroy their future. …their friendship begins to evolve into love, the secrets must be told and resolved. A sweet and satisfying tale.” Publishers Weekly
How far would you go to save someone you loved?
My name’s Sophie. At 19 I planned on college —not MS. I told people, but they started treating me differently, so now I keep it secret. I probably have many more years to live with this disease, but my grandmother does not. I left home and traveled to L.A. to look for alternative or traditional healing. I’d try anything because I was fighting for our lives.
My first night in L.A. I landed in the middle of a campus bar fight. Alejandro, the most beautiful man I’d ever met, rescued me.My second day I got lost in a dicey part of town. I hired Alejandro to drive me to my appointments; be my bodyguard. He made me laugh. He sheltered me. My heart started cracking open.
I wish I had told him my secret. When I discovered—he hadn’t yet told me his… A Story of Hope. A Story of Love. A Story of Redemption.
The Story of You and Me © 2012 Pamela DuMond is a STAND ALONE story. All rights reserved.
MS. MATCH MEETS A MILLIONAIRE
“…Scene stealing secondary characters are the icing on the cake and what a delightful cake it is!” Aunt G.
I, Harper Schubert, was an underpaid assistant working at Mr. Cupid Matchmaking Agency, surviving on Insta-Ramen and dreams. How was it possible that I made a love match that resulted in the society marriage of the year?
Christmas season was upon us and I planned on enjoying this gorgeous wedding by drinking too much Champagne, eating 5 star food, and relaxing for a change. I didn’t plan on running into a gorgeous, tuxedo-clad brick wall of a man.
I didn’t plan on him stopping my fall by grabbing onto my boob and Not. Letting. Go. I most definitely didn’t plan on this impossibly handsome man being my new client.
Ethan was heir to the Rosseaux Hotel fortune, whip smart, and hilariously funny. I was tempted to… good God I wanted to… but dating clients was a big, fat ‘No-No.’
It wasn’t fair that our chemistry was through the roof. Not possible that a guy from his side of the tracks wanted someone like me. Practically a sin that we couldn’t be together.
Weren’t some rules meant to be broken?
Ms. Match Meets a Millionaire Copyright © 2018 Pamela DuMond is a STAND ALONE story, as well as the ‘SWEETER’ ‘PG-13’ version of THE CLIENT Copyright © 2017 Pamela DuMond.
MY BIG FAKE MAFIA WEDDING
A risk-averse CEO of a Chicago matchmaking agency pretends to be the fiancé of a rebellious Mafia princess to save her from a mobster goon at a Christmas party. But their fake engagement is put to the test when her uncle kidnaps and flies them to Sicily, where they discover she’s already promised to another man.
My Big Fake Mafia Wedding Copyright © 2023 by Pamela DuMond is a STAND ALONE story, as well as the ‘SWEETER’ ‘PG-13’ version of THE MATCHMAKER Copyright © 2018 Pamela DuMond. New content has been added to this story to make it a unique read.
My Big Fake Mafia Wedding is also available to read / play as a Visual Novel / Interactive Game on STORYLOOM.COM!
THE STUPIDEST HOLIDAY OF THE YEAR
“Jenessa is everywoman who doesn’t INTEND to fall in love again, but…” Beverly Diehl
After thirteen years of marriage I, Jenessa Rousseau, am finally divorced. My friends push me to date again but I’m not ready to put a toe in those waters. Instead I’m working through my roller coaster ride of feelings at the gym. At least the treadmill won’t complain I didn’t fold its socks right or cheat on me.
My not-dating plan is going great until Max, the chiseled trainer in the “Naughty but Nice” T-shirt, volunteers to help me work out.
Max is dangerously hot, kind, smart, and, wait – what? Twelve years younger than me? When he asks if I have Valentine’s Day plans I almost fall over, but then smoothly reply, “No – that’s the stupidest holiday of the year.”
But sometimes the stars align. And sometimes you find yourself healing. And sometimes the stupidest holiday of the year can turn into the sweetest one…
“The Stupidest Holiday of the Year” © 2016 Pamela DuMond was originally published as “Glow” in Holiday Ever After Anthology by LARA in 2016.