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Publication Order of Adventures In Modern Dating Books

The Magnolia Chronicles (2019)Description / Buy at Amazon
The Ash Affair (2020)Description / Buy at Amazon
The Belle and the Beard (2021)Description / Buy at Amazon

Publication Order of Benchmarks Books

Professional Development (2020)Description / Buy at Amazon
Orientation (2020)Description / Buy at Amazon

Publication Order of The Loew Brothers Books

Publication Order of Talbott’s Cove Books

Publication Order of The Walshes Books

Underneath It All (2014)Description / Buy at Amazon
The Space Between (2014)Description / Buy at Amazon
Necessary Restorations (2015)Description / Buy at Amazon
The Cornerstone (2015)Description / Buy at Amazon
Restored (2016)Description / Buy at Amazon
The Spire (2016)Description / Buy at Amazon
Preservation (2017)Description / Buy at Amazon
Thresholds (2017)Description / Buy at Amazon
The Walsh Brothers (2018)Description / Buy at Amazon
The Walsh Sisters (2018)Description / Buy at Amazon
Foundations (2020)Description / Buy at Amazon

Publication Order of Standalone Novels

Publication Order of Collections

Talbott's Cove (2021)Description / Buy at Amazon

Publication Order of Eye Candy Bookstore & The Hype PR Books

Incognito (2017)Description / Buy at Amazon
Revealed (2017)Description / Buy at Amazon
Anthology series.

Publication Order of Vital Signs Books

Publication Order of Anthologies

Happily Ever After Cookbook(2022)Description / Buy at Amazon
Nightingale(2022)Description / Buy at Amazon
Dissent(2022)Description / Buy at Amazon

Kate Canterbary is a contemporary romance author known for writing steamy and smart novels full of heart, heat, and happily ever after. While she is quite an established author, she has said that she has still not figured it all out. Nonetheless, she lives in New England with her husband and daughter and believes that tequila and spicy ass salsa can solve almost anything. Canterbary also thinks that a home on the Atlantic or Pacific coast would be the next best thing to perfection and that writing her smutty and smart stories beat chocolate any day. She started as a reporter for an entertainment and indie arts publication back in the day when newspapers were still a thing. She still does a lot of writing and interviewing and warns against sitting next to her in an airplane as one could find themselves the subject of her next piece of writing. When she is not writing her novels, she is watching reruns of Grey’s Anatomy, talking about turtles and cows with her baby, and indulging her husband who loves to sample fried fish joints in their hometown.

As a ten-year-old, Canterbary got a job writing for the local newspaper and reported on local happenings and while she found it very entertaining, she did not like to be constrained by reality. Soon after that, she started writing fiction and as an eighth-grader, she wrote two young adult pieces of fiction that some of her teachers liked. One of them gave some copies of the story to students on the school bus. Nonetheless, nothing came of her endeavors at this time, and as a high schooler and college student, she spent several years working on mainstream and school publications. She learned a lot during this time and met a lot of incredible people in that world though she still wanted to become a fiction author. When she graduated from college, she started working with nonprofits and loved the hustle and bustle. However, there was not much time for reading or writing her stories but she spent more than ten years in the business world before she dipped her toes back into fiction writing. Kate had found a Nora Roberts novel at the airport and read it cover to cover on her six-hour flight. The novel found her when she was in flux and from reading it, she as reminded of all the good things she loved about writing and reading. Several years after the birth of her daughter she had a lot of rocking and nursing time on her hands. For the first time in years she had the time to write her stories and exercise her creativity.

The Walshes series that Kate Canterbary debuted with the novel “Underneath It All” came from a project that she consulted on. She was working for an educational group that was trying to get lawmakers to revise governing regulations on repurposing Revolution-era factories and mills for schools. It was during this time that he met several brilliant even if complex people. She had taken a break from writing her manuscript and started thinking of a family of adorable and brilliant architects just like the ones she worked with. In a few days she had the lead characters that he writes about in “The Walshes” series. She found stories of family business, particularly those that had a history of loss and complicated drama fascinating. Kate Canterbary thus wanted to write a series that described the different paths her characters took in their search for love. She wanted to put in the spotlight their place in the family and business and how these roles shaped their life trajectories. In her debut novel “Underneath It All” she intended to introduce the aspect of change in the Walsh family that had finally closed their ranks after several years of chaos. She currently has more than twelve novels in the “Walshes” and “Adventures in Modern Dating” series alongside several single standing novels.

Kate Canterbary’s debut novel “Underneath It All” is the story of Matthew and Lauren. For Lauren, her life had turned into something resembling controlled chaos from the long-kept promises, the action plans, and all the little things. After she met Matthew Walsh, she could not decide if she wanted to rip off his pants or run screaming though most days, she wanted to do both of those things. She also wanted to rip off his pants and ride him like a hose before running away screaming. Matthew thought he detected a rebellious streak in Lauren Halsted. He found it an unrelenting and fierce thing that was woven through several layers of good girl he could not count. She was the type that would never let anyone tell her what to or not to do. But she turned into a different kind of person when she took her clothes off. She had not been looking for him and he was not looking for her but once they found each other they got locked in a battle of wills daring each other to blink first.

Kate Canterbary ‘s “The Space Between” tells of Patrick and Andy who are falling for each other. She had dark wavy hair that he just wanted to tangle in his fingers, if only she was not his apprentice. Andy Asani was nothing like what he had been told she was, as she was a scary-brilliant and exotic woman whose whispers sent hungry and hot lust through his veins. Aside from his brothers and sisters, no one else loved Boston’s old buildings as much as him. Andy was a woman that loved and wanted a few things in life that include interesting work, good food, hot yoga, and tall boots. She found Patrick incredibly attractive with his brown hazel eyes, tall and dark look. Moreover, he was also one of the most talented men in the bedroom department. At her workplace, she used vodka for therapy and found wine a good teacher that was instrumental in helping her survive her apprenticeship. She needed them since Patrick insisted on leaving bite marks all over her body instead of writing notes for his apprentice.

“Necessary Restorations” by Kate Canterbary is the story of Sam who has been called a player, slut, and manwhore, though he loves to think of himself as a flawed perfectionist. There is nothing he can read better than women and he has a knack for knowing their insecurities, secret desires, feelings, and thoughts. He also knows how to be rid of them once he gets off. But he is thrown into a spin when he meets Tiel Desai who redefines friendship and makes it sound like such a filthy thing. He is unable to read the mind of the conservatory-trained and gorgeous violinist and yet cannot afford to let her go. She is a wildly independent woman and though she has a wild history, she has put it in the past and is now lecturing, teaching, and playing music in Boston. She had met a troubled and annoying handsome tattooed architect while navigating the underground scene. Tiel finds herself defenseless against the demanding and deep voice, the sexy times, rooftop kisses, and nearly naked dance revelries. Sam is stuck in her head like a song on repeat and is happy to pretend that her history will never catch up with her. But one thing they share is a rock-solid disdain for rules.

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