Wendy Dalrymple

Wendy Dalrymple writes cute, low-heat romances and Florida gothic horror. When she’s not writing happily-ever-afters and tropical thrillers, you can find her camping with her family, painting (bad) wall art, and trying to grow as many pineapples as possible.

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My Halloween Romance

Brimming with hilarious tricks and heartwarming treats, My Halloween Romance is a sweet tale of two stunted thirty-somethings that aren't ready to start adulting. As cast members of Ty Treadwell's Haunted Hike, Tabby and Donnie connect over their shared love of horror movies, fandoms, and all things Halloween. But when big life decisions get in the way of their good time, Tabby and Donnie discover that the only thing scarier than growing up is falling in love.

White Ibis

Chelsea is vain, self-absorbed, and driven in life only by want and her obsession with being the best. Even though she is desperate to portray an outwardly perfect image, things are far from perfect at home.

One day at yoga class, Chelsea meets a woman named Damaris who is exactly like her; beautiful, confident, and reaching high to be her best self. Damaris and Chelsea become instant best friends and bond over healthy eating, fitness, and their love of luxury items. As Chelsea’s heart hardens toward her boyfriend, her obsession with the enigmatic Damaris only blossoms.

As one bad decision turns into another, Chelsea begins to think she is being followed by a white bird. Her new best friend Damaris suggests a girls' weekend in New Orleans to get away from it all and Chelsea readily agrees. Unfortunately for Chelsea, it soon becomes clear that she can’t run away from her problems and instead finds herself tumbling head-first into a downward spiral

I Love You S'more

Samantha Slater is fierce, independent, and smart and the only thing in this world that she cares about more than her thriving PR business is her teenage son, Alexander. However, since she and Alex's father divorced, she feels her close bond with her son drifting away and is desperate to reconnect. A weekend camping retreat seems like the perfect solution to her problem.

Julian Wells is a man's man. From football to fishing, chopping wood, and throwing axes, he likes to do everything active and outdoorsy to the extreme. His son Julian, Jr? Not so much. In an effort to reconnect with his own teenage son from a previous relationship, Julian takes a break from his custom carpentry business to try and find common ground with his only child on a weekend camping retreat.

However, at the opening ceremony of the first night of the camping weekend, it becomes very apparent to Samantha that one of the other parents at the retreat is familiar... very familiar. Soon, Samantha and Julian realize that they know each other from a teenage summer fling over twenty years before. The only problem? The weekend is supposed to be about focusing on reconnecting with their sons; not on reconnecting with a blast from the past.

Samantha and Julian are both determined to keep the camping weekend strictly about reconnecting with their respective teens, but soon, can't fight the urge to delve into long held and never forgotten feelings. Brimming with 90s nostalgia, cozy camping, family matters and a second chance romance, "I Love You S'more" hits all the right feels!