Books published as Mollie Campbell

I have two books published with Love Inspired Historical using the pen name Mollie Campbell. Although that line is now closed, both books are available to purchase in ebook format through online retailers.

Taking on Twins

ISBN-13: 978-0373425297
Publisher: Love Inspired

Jake Hadley expects challenges when he returns to his frontier hometown to establish a medical practice—but caring for orphaned toddler twins wasn’t part of the equation. The new doctor would be out of his depth without Coralee Evans’s help. Once his sweetheart, now his best friend’s widow, Coralee has a tender way with the children that makes him long for a second chance. Until Jake is faced with a choice: Coralee or his career…

​When Jake left Spring Hill for medical school, Coralee believed he’d abandoned her. And though a reunion might be possible, he’s working for the man trying to ruin her apothecary business. Could caring for these sweet children bridge the gulf between them and provide a prescription for rekindled love?

Available now from online retailers!

Taking on Twins

Orphan Train Sweetheart

ISBN-13: 978-1335369727
Publisher: Love Inspired

Finding a Frontier Family
Spring Hill is the orphan train’s last stop—a final chance for Simon McKay to find homes for his young charges. When his fellow placing agent quits, Simon enlists help from the frontier town’s pretty schoolteacher. Cecilia Holbrook is as intriguing as she is independent, yet Simon’s devotion to his mission will soon call him back to New York.

Long overshadowed by her flirtatious sister, Cecilia is done with waiting for a man to choose her. She’s already fighting the school board to keep her position. Now she’s struggling not to lose her heart to Simon. Could their shared concern for the children show them how to follow a new dream, together?

​Available now from online retailers!

Orphan Train Sweetheart

Flash Fiction Stories

These 5-minute reads are available for free from Spark Flash Fiction!
Be sure to check out the other excellent stories in Spark’s quarterly issues.

No Better View

From the Spark fall 2021 issue, this romance set at the 1924 Macy’s Thanksgiving parade will warm your heart with a charming hero who saves day the day for a kitten while winning the heroine’s heart.

Hometown

Will leaving her rural roots make Kayleigh happy? Or will she find she loves her hometown–and her farmer boyfriend–more than her dream job? Based on the song More Than My Hometown by Morgan Wallen, this story is from Spark Flash Fiction’s summer 2021 issue.

Prince Charming’s Return

A mature couple rediscovers the love they thought had passed–while in regency costumes at their daughter’s New Year’s Eve party. Part of the Spark Flash Fiction winter 2019 issue.