Abby Rice Books
Snow Moon: A Time Travel Romance Novella
Blue Moon Series – Book 3
When the legendary Snow Moon whisks feisty Rachel Moretti back to 1887, she lands (literally!) in the lap of grumpy timber baron Lucas Russell. Reluctantly, they agree to temporarily share his cabin until they can solve the time-travel riddle.
But when feelings unexpectedly start to bloom, can Rachel and Lucas find a way to embrace a future together– despite the centuries between their worlds?
Harvest Moon: A Time-Travel Romance Novella
Blue Moon Series – Book 2
Jake Tucker’s search for a hidden treasure takes a wild turn when he finds himself cast back in time to Virginia City in 1886. There, he stumbles across pretty Eliza Newton, on the run from a ruthless and dishonest uncle.
Eliza and Jake both struggle for survival in their unfamiliar surroundings – only to discover they’re both after the same hidden fortune. And when Jake insists on returning to the 21st Century, they’re forced to decide if their futures will remain entwined.
Solstice Moon: A Time-Travel Romance Novella
Blue Moon Series – Book 1
An ancient mirror, a special photo, and a bit of Solstice magic sweep docent Charity back in time. Instead of facing off with a tour group in a historic mansion, she’s face-to-face with the real Josiah Danforth. A widower who thinks she’s there to apply for a job as his housekeeper.
An undeniable attraction between Josiah and Charity works its own brand of sweet magic. But Charity’s determined to figure out the magic of reversing the Solstice’s charm. There’s no way she’s staying put in 1885. Or is there? Josiah’s special brand of magic just might change her mind.
The Captain’s Kidnapped Bride
The Welsh Gift Series – Book 1
The last thing Hetty Pritchard ever wanted was a husband. Until a joke-gone-wrong lands her aboard an unfamiliar schooner headed for Jamaica — with the Captain himself snoring in the bunk beside her.
Now a ruined woman, Hetty has no choice but to accept the grouchy mariner’s reluctant solution: a temporary fake “marriage.” Purely for show, of course.
And if navigating a ship-full of men, pulling off a fake relationship with a total stranger, and making her way back home weren’t troubles enough? Add in troubling wisps of ‘second sight.’ And an unexpected simmering attraction to her new, fake husband.