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The Museum of Literature Novellas

From the New York Times bestselling author of Paris is Always a Good Idea and Wait for It, here is a smart, funny, adventure loaded romcom novella for the reader who frequently wonders "What would Jane Austen do?"


At a Valentine's Day gala, Museum of Literature registrar Molly Graham falls in love with fellow academic introvert Albert George. After a romantic month of being swept off her feet, skeptical Molly thinks she's met her Prince Charming. She's about to tell him how she feels but he disappears. Molly is convinced she's been catfished!


When Molly has to return a Jane Austen exhibit to the Whitmore estate in Bath, she discovers her Albert is really Viscount James Albert George Insley Whitmore (known as Jamie to his friedns and family). Can Molly ever forgive Albert/Jamie for ghosting her? More importantly, now that he's gotten her to his estate, can Jamie win her back?


From the New York Times bestselling author of Royal Valentine, a second novella in the Museum of Literature romcom series, in which the only thing standing between a single-minded Classics scholar and the literary discovery of a lifetime is her heart.


There is nothing Sarah Novak loves more than a literary adventure. When the director of the Museum of Literature sends Sarah to an uninhabited island in the Aegean Sea to look for a rare artifact from Ancient Greece, Sarah, an expert on the Classics, is all in.


One problem. Nine other scholars are also on the hunt for the artifact, one of whom is Irishman Liam Maguire, Sarah's ex and the man she beat out for the curator position at the museum seven years ago.  Liam wants to form an alliance, but Sarah refuses. He broke her heart once before; she's not giving him the chance to do it again.


When a series of mysterious "accidents" befall the scholars one by one, Sarah is forced to rethink her position on her sworn enemy, particularly when Liam saves her life. She agrees to team up with the swoony Irishman, knowing full well that finding the treasure will likely cost her heart. 

From the New York Times bestselling author of Royal Valentine and The Attraction Distraction, a third novella in the Museum of Literature romcom series, in which two adversaries must team up in order to have the holidays of their dreams, not knowing that their hasty partnership will change everything.


Claire Macintosh is about to get engaged to a man she doesn't love at the holiday gala she is hosting as director of the Museum of Literature. Her mother, Hildy Macintosh, has made it clear that if the museum is to continue to receive the enormous donations from the family trust that Hildy has approved all these years then Claire will marry the man Hildy has chosen for her and start to produce some grandbabies. At forty and single, Claire feels she has no choice. But when the horse and carriage arrive at the gala with the driver dressed as Santa to deliver Claire's engagement ring, she just can't go through with it. She hijacks the horse and carriage with Santa still on board and escapes!


Reporter Sam Carpenter thought he was being so clever convincing his friend to let him step in as Santa so he could get up close and personal to the subject of his upcoming magazine expose. He is completely unprepared for the events that unfold and finds himself dashing through Central Park with a runaway would be fiancé. Now the only way to save his story is to broker a deal with Claire Macintosh. In exchange for his help in getting her to her cottage in Maine by Christmas Eve, she'll grant him an exclusive interview. As their journey takes a series of unexpected twists, turns, and misadventures, both Claire and Sam realize that there's more than their careers on the line. And it's going to take a Christmas miracle to find their happily ever after.