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Operation Bonnet
2011
Twenty-year-old Nellie Monroe has a restless brilliance that makes her a bit of an odd duck. She wants to be a private investigator, even though her tiny hometown offers no hope of clients.She gets her first big break when she meets Amos Shetler, but she has to don a bonnet and infiltrate the Amish in order to solve the case.
Stretch Marks
2009
An earth-conscious, yoga-practicing twenty-something is forced to face her estranged relationship with her mother in this comic yet poignant novel about moms, daughters and the importance of a good (and handsome) grocer.
Act Two
2008
New Yorker Sadie Maddox is the toast of the classical music world—and a bit of a diva. But lately her CD sales are sagging, not to mention parts of her anatomy. Maybe it's time for a change. So when her agent suggests a professorship at a small liberal-arts college, Sadie decides to give it a go. All is well until Sadie realizes the college is in Iowa and she is being banished to a pig farm against her will.
Better Together
Heidi Elliott Series, Book Three
Available November 2016
Available November 2016! Heidi Elliott has a to-do list a mile long. Like deep clean the kitchen cabinets. Volunteer in Nora’s kindergarten classroom. Grieve her most recent failed pregnancy. Find her misplaced hope. In the space of a month, Heidi manages to fail as a school volunteer, make a terrible impression on a social worker, and damage—possibly irreparably—her closest friendships.
Bottom Line
Heidi Elliott Series, Book Two
2007
Heidi Elliott has joined the elite ranks of stay-at-home moms, a world of cartoons, toys, and lactation. When her husband's business experiences financial problems, Heidi decides to take a part-time job at a pyramid scheme dressed up in women's clothing: Christian lingerie by Solomon's Closet, a company created by her new friends Kylie and Russ Zimmerman.
Balancing Act
Heidi Elliott Series, Book One
2006
With her baby on one side and her career on the other, what's a girl to do? As maternity leave comes to an end for Heidi Elliott so does virtually everything she thought she knew.
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  • "OK, so, I know, I know, I'm her mom. But I've been laughing with her since she was...well, in diapers. I didn't know she would turn into a wonderful writer who keeps me laughing today. Good job, Kimmie. We all need to laugh. (You people should buy two of everything. I know, I know, I'm her mom.)" 

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