Content Advisories

All main and primary secondary characters have happily ever afters. 

North Beach Bakery series*:

*all main characters (mcs) are in their 20s and 30s

Valentine Kisses: white cisgender male and female main characters; family friends to more

brief discussions of grief, religion (Catholicism), and adultery (not the main characters); familial tension; social, brief alcohol use; food scenes; sexual tension

Spring Kisseswhite cisgender male and female main characters; family friends to more

brief discussions of grief, past parental emotional abuse, past spousal abuse (hero’s father), past attempted assault (perpetrated against the heroine), past violent behavior, past sexual affairs, therapy, and Catholic faith; brief alcohol use; food scenes; sexual tension

Chocolate Kisseswhite cisgender male and female main characters; friends to more/rivals to more

familial tension; discussion of sexism; brief discussions of grief (loss of grandparent), and cancer in remission (parent); brief alcohol use; food scenes; sexual tension; video game use

Autumn Kisseswhite cisgender male and female main characters; family friends to more

familial tension; brief mentions of racism, anti-LGBTQ+, and sexism/toxic masculinity; brief discussion of grief; therapy; anxiety; social, brief alcohol use; food scenes; sexual tension

Mistletoe Kisseswhite cisgender male and female main characters; family friends to more

brief mentions of past fat-shaming (from the female mc's ex), adultery (not the mc's); Christianity (Catholicism); social, brief alcohol use; food scenes; sexual tension

Christmas Kisseswhite cisgender male and female main characters; friends to more/second chances

discussions of grief (parental death, spousal death, relatives' death); sexism/sex- and fat- shaming; parental overprotectiveness; firefighters in danger (off-page); grappling with inner critic and feelings of shame; social, brief alcohol use; food scenes; sexual tension

Summer Kisseswhite cisgender male main character + Latina cisgender female main character; family friends to more

discussions of grief, sexism, and past sex-shaming; familial tension; social, brief alcohol use; food scenes; sexual tension

Montana Matchmakers series (all main characters are cisgender males and females and were raised as Christians):

Sweet Christmas: white male/white-Latina female (mid20s); second chance

brief discussions of grief (parent and grandparent deaths) and teasing; food scenes

Sweet Valentine: white male/Latina female (late 20s); second chance

brief discussion of grief (parent and grandparent death); brief alcohol use, food scenes 

Sweet Spring: white male/Latina female; love at first sight/friends to more; wedding preparations; twelve year age gap (24 and 36)

brief discussions of grief (parent and grandparent and partner death) and war; food scenes

Sweet Summer: white male/white female; second chance; ten year age gap (30 and 40); childfree by choice

brief discussions of grief (parent and grandparent) and stillbirth; food scenes

Hello Dolly: white male/white female (30s); love at first sight

brief discussions of grief and childhood trauma; malicious/sexist gossip from secondary characters; brief mention of bullying and antisemitism; food scenes; brief alcohol use 

Sweet Fall: white male/white female (early 20s); love at first sight

brief discussions of familial tension and teasing; food scenes

One Moment: white male/white female (30s); second chance

discussion of grief; mention of female mc's arthritis; food scenes; Christmas celebrations

Sweet Winter: white male/white female (40s); love at first sight; wedding buddies; fake relationship

brief mentions of gossip, panic attacks, and familial tension; food scenes; wedding

Sweet Easter: white male/white female (early 20s); second chance/friends to more; wedding buddies

brief discussions of grief and parental emotional abuse; brief alcohol use; food scenes

Sweet May: white male/white female (early 20s); love at first sight; attending weddings

brief discussions of grief (parental death), anxiety, and past fat-shaming; food scenes; brief alcohol use

Escape in Love series (white cisgender male and female mcs in their 20s and 30s):

Greek Getaway: discussions of grief; family drama/scandal/betrayal; mentions of murder and suicide and sexism; secondary character's parent has a heart attack off-page; alcohol use; food scenes

Paris Interlude: discussions of grief; family drama/betrayal; parent heart attack recovery; sexism; alcohol use; food scenes

Italian Honeymoon: discussions of grief; family drama/betrayal; sexism; alcohol use; food scenes

Petals, Pride, and Persuasion: discussions of grief; grappling with inner critic; attempted sexual assault by a secondary character; mentions of Japanese internment during WWII; alcohol use; food scenes

California Fairy Tales series: family drama; suspense plots/attempted assault and abuse; attempted murder; accidental death; anxiety; sexism; brief discussions of grief, war, PTSD, military, law enforcement, and past sexual/love affairs

Love at Pemberley books: brief discussions of grief, past love/sexual affairs, war, gossip

A Gentleman's Daughter trilogy: parental and other familial emotional abuse; gossip; sexism; cisgender woman posing as a man