Order of Anna J. Stewart Books
Anna J. Stewart is an American author of contemporary romance novels. She writes the Tremayne Family series. Anna considers herself a geek at heart. Her romances have been described as “refreshingly unique, quietly humorous, and profoundly moving” by RT Book Reviews. Anna lives in North California, is addicted to the shows Sherlock and Supernatural. She surrounds herself with family, friends and a cat named Snickers.
Anna J. Stewart made her debut as a published author in 2014 as part of the short story collection Christmas, Actually. The following year, she published several novels and other books. Below is a list of Anna J. Stewart’s books in order of when they were originally released:
Publication Order of Tremayne Family Romance Books
Publication Order of Lantano Valley Short Stories
Publication Order of Butterfly Harbor Books
Publication Order of Heartwarming Christmas Books
Publication Order of Short Story Collections
Publication Order of Non-Fiction Books
Notes: Christmas, Actually also has stories by Anna Adams and Melinda Curtis. Make Me a Match also includes stories by Melinda Curtis and Cari Lynn Webb. Coming Home to Christmas Town was written with Anna Adams and Melinda Curtis. A Heartwarming Christmas Craft & Cookbook also includes contributions by Anna Adams, Melinda Curtis, Liz Flaherty, Cheryl Harper, Tara Randel, Leigh Riker, Carol Ross, Amy Vastine and Cari Lynn Webb.
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Anna J. Stewart Synopsis: The Bad Boy of Butterfly Harbor by Anna J. Stewart is the first book in the Butterfly Harbor series.
Holly Campbell keeps herself grounded with her precocious son and preserving her forty-year-old family diner during a time of expansion and change. She doesn’t need a blast from the past like Luke Saxon, who’s back in Butterfly Harbor after more than a decade away. The hard-luck kid who nearly destroyed her family, leaving her to pick up the pieces, is taking over as sheriff. There is no way she can trust him, even if Luke’s ideas for the town’s upcoming anniversary seem to show he’s trying to give back to their community. Has Butterfly Harbor found its unlikely savior? And has the widowed single mother finally found a man she can believe in, rely on and even love?