The Library of Second Chances

The cover of The Library of Second Chances on a paperback, tablet and smartphone

Published: May 7, 2024

Bookstore owner Lucy Sullivan is a third-generation resident of tiny Heron Island, and she’s tired of outsiders coming in and destroying their small-town charm in the name of progress. The town wasn’t enough for her mother—or more recently, her ex-fiancé—but it’s been the one constant in her life, and she’s not going to sit by while it’s destroyed.

Logan Lancaster was brought in to find a profitable solution to the town’s failing budget. Lucy is a worthy opponent, and he knows he can help both the town and her struggling bookstore if only she wasn’t so stubborn. He can’t make the mistake of mixing business and pleasure again though. After all, choosing love over business had blown up in his face back in San Diego, and this is his last chance to salvage his career.

Unbeknownst to them, they’re falling in love through anonymous notes exchanged in books left in the town’s Little Free Library as Island Girl and Gatsby’s Ghost.

As they spar over the town’s waterfront, Logan helps Lucy with some ambitious plans for her bookstore. Their connection grows, but Logan must grapple with whether to reveal his true identity to Island Girl when he uncovers the truth or leave as planned. Lucy, fearing abandonment, faces the biggest risk of her life—trusting that love will make Logan stay.

Will Logan choose love over ambition, or will their secrets tear them apart? Find out in this heartfelt contemporary romance, where a Little Free Library holds the key to love and the courage to take a chance. 💌

The Summer of Starting Over

Coming May 2025!

Two people forced by life onto different paths. One house brings them together again.

The Summer of Starting Over is a heartwarming romance in which a fallen star must return to her coastal hometown of Big Dune Island, bringing her fame with her, and face the man she left behind.

“This book has been on my radar for quite some time. I’m delighted that the stars aligned and Savannah is giving us the opportunity to publish her wonderful story,” said Jenny Hale, founder of Harpeth Road Press.

I’ve always loved the Miranda Lambert song ‘The House That Built Me,’ and I started asking myself questions about the person at the heart of that story. Combine that with my love of Taylor Swift, and you get the story of a country singer turned pop star who (unlike Taylor) has seen her career go terribly off course and must return home to find her way again.

Stay tuned for more!