Her Midnight Valentine

Some Valentine’s Day miracles cause more trouble than others.

Newly-married Jacob Mosby has a Valentine’s Day surprise for his wife. Unfortunately, the residents of his tiny-and-often-annoying hometown of Kingsmill, VA have their own idea of how the newlyweds should spend the day… and the night. Now Jacob has to finish building his wife’s present in time for the town’s dreaded Valentine’s Dinner Basket Auction–the infamous annual event that always ends in disaster.

When Clara’s daughter signs her up to run the Dinner Basket Auction–less than forty-eight hours before it begins–Clara must put aside her romantic expectations of her first Valentine’s Day with her new husband. Instead of buying lingerie and making a chocolate fondue, Clara has to deal with women who refuse to cook, men who think she’s auctioning bachelors instead of baskets, and teenagers who have a secret plan of their own. It doesn’t help that Clara has been sick for weeks, and her husband keeps disappearing.

Yet, once the auction begins, Valentine’s Day magic takes over. Happy couples are paired, past hurts are forgiven, and the teenagers learn a valuable lesson. And when Clara gives up her expectations of others, and of herself, she receives a Valentine’s Day miracle of her own. A miracle to last a lifetime.

Her Midnight Valentine has had a curious publication history.

Her Midnight Valentine, a story in the Kingsmill Courtships Contemporary Romance series, is now a .99 Valentine’s Day download only available during February of each year. This story stars Clara Wakefield and Jacob Mosby, the heroine and hero of One October Night.

This story appeared in the 2024 Mr.Valentine limited edition romance anthology. If you’d like to read Her Midnight Valentine, please sign up for my newsletter so you’ll be the first know when it goes on sale again!

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