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Publication Order of Last Chance Books

Welcome to Last Chance (2011)Description / Buy at Amazon
Home At Last Chance (2011)Description / Buy at Amazon
Last Chance Beauty Queen (2012)Description / Buy at Amazon
Last Chance Bride (2012)Description / Buy at Amazon
Last Chance Christmas (2012)Description / Buy at Amazon
Last Chance Book Club (2013)Description / Buy at Amazon
Last Chance Summer (2013)Description / Buy at Amazon
Last Chance Knit & Stitch (2013)Description / Buy at Amazon
Inn at Last Chance (2014)Description / Buy at Amazon
Last Chance Family (2014)Description / Buy at Amazon
Last Chance Hero (2015)Description / Buy at Amazon
A Midnight Clear (2015)Description / Buy at Amazon

Publication Order of Chapel of Love Books

by Carolyn Brown
A Fairytale Bride (2016)Description / Buy at Amazon
A Christmas Bride (2016)Description / Buy at Amazon
A Small-Town Bride (2017)Description / Buy at Amazon
Here Comes the Bride (2017)Description / Buy at Amazon
The Bride Next Door (2018)Description / Buy at Amazon

Publication Order of Moonlight Bay Books

The Cottage on Rose Lane (2018)Description / Buy at Amazon
Summer on Moonlight Bay / Then There Was You (2019)Description / Buy at Amazon
Return to Magnolia Harbor (2020)Description / Buy at Amazon
A Wedding on Lilac Lane (2021)Description / Buy at Amazon

Publication Order of Moonlight Bay Books

The Beachside Bed and Breakfast (2022)Description / Buy at Amazon

Publication Order of Anthologies

A Christmas to Remember(2013)Description / Buy at Amazon
A Little Country Christmas(2020)Description / Buy at Amazon

Hope Ramsay is a bestselling author that has won numerous accolades for her heartwarming stories about love and family and complicated romances. When Hope isn’t writing moving love stories, she is blogging on a regular basis about her life and challenges as a storyteller.


Hope comes from New York; or rather that is where she was born. However, most of her memories revolve around the periods she spent in the Midlands of South Carolina. While the author grew up on the North Shore of Long Island, Hope Ramsay’s mother was always sending her off to see her relatives.

Hope’s time in South Carolina was an adventurous one. As a child, she had the distinct opportunity of spending her days with girls and boys, men and women who were much older than her.

She could have counted on her hands the few cousins who were younger than her. But that didn’t help Hope’s situation. She always felt a little out of place because there was never anyone in the vicinity within her age bracket. As a result, even though she came from a big family, Hope’s world felt small.

However, despite being that in-between sort of kid, Hope Ramsay still found acceptance. With no one her age to play with, Hope had no choice but to hang out with the adults. Hope remembers learning so much from her older uncles and aunts.

They gave her life skills she would have never acquired if she had enjoyed the company of playmates her age. Soon enough, she could do everything from sewing a straight seam on a sewing machine to making sausage.

Hope does remember catching conversations she should never have been permitted to hear. But those experiences went a long way in shaping the person she became. Even as an adult, Hope finds that she spends more time among older people than individuals her age.

The author believes that she could have benefited from spending time with kids her own age. But she doesn’t regret her days in South Carolina or the hours spent with the old church ladies.

+Literary Career

Hope Ramsay is one of those authors who knew from an early age that she wanted to write novels for a living. Hope’s most definitive moment as a child, at least with regards to her writing career, was when her second-grade teacher tasked them with writing a term paper on the Pilgrims.

Hope was six-years-old at the time. Hope remembers the term paper because it gave her such a rush to write it. With a big red pencil, she set about describing the journey of the Pilgrims, injecting surprising detail into her descriptions of the challenges they encountered as they made the voyage to the New World.

It was a lengthy undertaking for Hope at that time. She wrote roughly four pages of the term paper and everyone agreed that it was too long. But Hope Ramsay didn’t care. She’d just realized how much fun there could be in writing.

And once she finished copying her essay onto a fresh sheet of paper, she declared that she would become a writer when she grew up.

Like every author who stumbles upon their calling as a child, Hope Ramsay’s journey to publishing success wasn’t straightforward. She eventually attended the University of Buffalo, earning a degree in Political Science.

And for various reasons, Hope proceeded to meander through the marketplace, working as a lobbyist and a public relations consultant, not to mention her stint as a Congressional aide before she finally came back to the true desire of her heart and began writing novels.

Even though she spent so much time running about in the employment pool, Hope Ramsay never wandered far from her goal. Because the author had decided to pursue a writing career when she was six, that dream followed her throughout the years of her education.

And by the time she was in High School, Hope had decided that she would make every effort possible to get her first novel written before she hit thirty. Despite trying her hand at various forms of employment for a few years, Hope returned to her publishing dreams just in time to write her first novel mere months before her thirtieth birthday.

Hope’s first book wasn’t very good. The fantasy epic was dark and brooding. And once she finished it, she put it away and the typewriter on which she had done her writing. The author decided to focus on her marriage to a good Georgia Boy and the first child that she gave birth to sometime after.

By the time Hope returned to writing, typewriters had gone extinct.

Hope Ramsay is part of the ‘Ruby Slippered Sisterhood’. She has been a Golden Heart finalist on two separate occasions. When Hope isn’t writing, then you can find her playing her decades old Martin Guitar.

+Welcome to Last Chance

Last Chance is a small town off the beaten path where the strangest most miraculous things tend to happen, and usually to the least expectant people.

When Jane comes to town, it’s pretty clear that the firecracker is fleeing from something. The fact that she has little to no money is a little suspicious. But she seems determined to get her fresh start, regardless of how hard she might have to work.

Clay is always playing it safe. This has been the case since he left his country western band. However, he won’t sneak into Jane’s heart by playing it safe. Clay seems determined to stay away from Jane, but that won’t do him much good, not when the pair is clearly singing the same tune.

This book is about two people who have been used and abused. They are fortunate enough to come to a town that works hard to bring them together.

+Last Chance at Christmas

Stone has been working hard to raise his daughters since the passing of his wife. The chief of police has had little in the way of patience for all the matchmaking that the church keeps trying to do on his behalf.

When a lady named Lark comes to town looking into her father’s life, Stone finds his hands full with keeping her out of trouble. Lark is clearly troubled and it will take Stone to give her peace.

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