Taffie Carini enjoys working in her family’s candy store on the Atlantic City boardwalk. But when her parents begin planning their retirement, Taffie’s not sure she has the moxie or the know-how to manage Carini’s Confections on her own.
When repairman Ryan Antonelli makes a service call at Carini’s, he’s irresistibly drawn to more than just the candy. Although his marketing degree has hardly prepared him to fix a taffy-making machine, Ryan will do anything to help Taffie, with the hopes of winning her heart.
When a business mogul wants to buy Carini’s property to build a new casino, Taffie’s family’s future is threatened. Can Ryan help Taffie save Carini’s Confections? Will they find sweet love together in the process?
Candy Carini has always had her head in the clouds, even while working in her family’s candy store. Now, at Newark’s Eastway Airlines, where she lands both a piloting job and a pilot, her dreams are finally coming true.
When Eastway pilot Darren Furst meets Candy, he can’t help but think she could fill his empty home and arms. Then union troubles arises, and Darren finds himself caught between the woman he loves and his fellow pilots. Are his plans for their future now grounded? Or will Candy cotton to Darren—for better or worse?
Tangie Carini—an out-of-the-box kind of girl—had her sights set on landing a lead in a Broadway play. But when her career flounders, she decides to forego the big city for the little town of Harmony, New Jersey, where her grandparents’ church has hired her as the new drama director. Will Tangie find the role of a lifetime where she least expects it?
After putting on a disastrous Christmas play at Harmony Community Church, stodgy music director Gregg Burke realizes he needs help—badly. But how is he ever going to work with the outrageously eccentric Tangie Carini? Or will he discover that opposites do indeed attract?
When Tangie is offered to audition for a new Broadway play, will Gregg lose her to the Big Apple? Or will he find a way to show her they can make beautiful music together. . .in Harmony?