Sand Dollar Lane

Blooming with heartfelt charm and swoon-worthy moments…” – Woman’s World Magazine

The latest completely captivating entry in Roberts’ Moonlight Harbor series offers all of the elements fans of upbeat fiction crave most, including a warm and welcoming small-town setting, an endearingly quirky cast of characters, and a heartfelt and humorous story that neatly walks the line between contemporary romance and women’s fiction.” 
-John Charles, Booklist 

…this engaging novel can easily be read as a stand-alone. It boasts warm humor, a vibrant saltwater beach setting, authentic main characters who demonstrate refreshingly mature attitudes and a supporting cast of characters who endear themselves to readers.” – Lois Faye Dyer, Shelf Awareness

A Little Christmas Spirit

Christmas wouldn’t be Christmas without a Sheila Roberts story. This singular can’t-miss author has a singular talent for touching the heart and the funny bone… a heartwarming confection that’s as sweet as a sugarplum and as deeply moving as snowfall — Susan Wiggs, NYT #1 selling author

When I read anything by Sheila Roberts I know I will laugh, cry, and close the book with a happy sigh — ​RaeAnne Thayne, NYT best-selling author

With this neatly wrapped, sweetly charming treat, Roberts once again proves her mastery of uplifting, heartwarming love stories – Booklist

Sunset on Moonlight Beach

With the fifth endearing addition to her Moonlight Harbor series, following One Charmed Christmas (2020), Roberts proves again why she is the premier purveyor of small-town, feel-good romance. —  Booklist

With characters you want to befriend in real life and a setting so serene and magical you can’t help get lost in it, Sunset on Moonlight Beach will captivate both romance and women’s fiction fans. — Harlequin Junkie

Beachside Beginnings

In her latest superbly crafted addition to her Moonlight Harbor series, Roberts skillfully and sensitively incorporates the fears and challenges women facing abuse must overcome into an empowering tale of hope and change. This sweetly romantic, emotionally enriching small-town tale is simply charming in every way. — Booklist

Moonlight Harbor is a great place to lose yourself for a few hours and Beachside Beginnings is an empowering, heart-tugging way to do it. — The Romance Dish

Christmas From The Heart

No one is better at expertly fusing small-town charm and holiday cheer than Roberts, and her latest sweetly satisfying holiday romance so perfectly captures the warmth and good will of Christmas. It is the literary equivalent of watching It’s a Wonderful Life with a mug of hot chocolate and a plate of cookies. (Or, if you prefer, fruitcake, since Roberts offers a selection of fruitcake recipes featured in the book). — Booklist

A deftly crafted and delightfully entertaining novel from the pen of an author with a genuine flair for originality, the creation of memorable characters, and a distinctively reader engaging narrative storytelling style, Sheila Robert’s new novel, “Christmas from the Heart” will prove to be an immediate and enduringly popular addition to all community library Contemporary Fiction collections. — ​ Midwest Book Reviews

The Summer retreat

A sun-dappled, ocean-splashed, and superbly satisfying addition to the endlessly charming Moonlight Harbor series. — Booklist

Winter At The Beach

Roberts adds just the right touch of holiday warmth, gentle humor, realistic family dramas, and hint of romance to the second sweetly satisfying addition to her engaging new small-town women’s-fiction series, following Welcome to Moonlight Harbor​ (2018). — Booklist

Christmas In Icicle Falls

CHRISTMAS IN ICICLE FALLS is another great book to add to your “to read” list this Christmas. — Fresh Fiction

A lovely blend of romance and women’s fiction, this insightful holiday treat hits all the right notes and ties up some loose ends as the “Icicle Falls” series finds its perfect finale. Roberts (Starting Over on Blackberry Lane) lives in the Pacific Northwest. — Library Journal

Roberts is expert at penning the quintessential holiday read. Her latest is filled with warmth, sass and tons of amusing moments that readers will heartily enjoy. The residents of Icicle Falls are endearing, colorful and distinctive, and Roberts’ quaint setting, honest storytelling and witty dialogue brings them to life … Fans of Roberts’ Icicle Falls series will delight in her latest installment. — Romantic Times

Small town holiday stories don’t get much sweeter or as touching as Christmas in Icicle Falls. Sheila Roberts definitely delivered a book worthy of the beautiful town it was set in and the entertaining characters she’s created along the way. — Harlequin Junkie

Christmas On Candy Cane Lane

You’ll fall in love with both the town and the characters. Put this one on your reading list for good Christmas-themed novels this year. — Fresh Fiction

A delightful read. ​— Romantic Times

Roberts engages readers from the first page with her colorfully distinctive characters and her amusing storytelling. She expresses the pitfalls that occur through the holiday season with flair and fun. A delightful read. — Romantic Times

Starting Over On Blackberry Lane

It’s genuine, honest and beautifully portrayed. A truly delightful story. Every. Single. Page.
— Reader to Reader

No one writes emotionally satisfying, warmhearted tales of small-town life quite like Roberts (Home on Apple Blossom Road, 2016), as she proves in the tenth book in her Icicle Falls series that Lake Wobegone has nothing on this Washington town when it comes to spirited charm and quirky humor.
— Booklist

Home On Apple Blossom Road

The story line is masterfully crafted to move you from the present to the past and back into the present. I’ve made several visits to this magical town and always enjoy catching up with the inhabitants and stopping in the beautiful shops through Sheila Roberts’ eyes. No need to have read the previous installments, but why miss such a wonderful romantic series?

The latest in Roberts’ completely charming Icicle Falls series is both a delightful celebration of the joys of small-town life and a richly rewarding romance sweetened with just the right dash of bright humor.
— John Charles, Booklist     

Engaging, sweet, and dusted with humor, this emotional romance tugs at the heartstrings …
— Library Journal

Roberts engages readers from the first page with her colorfully distinctive characters and her amusing storytelling. — Romantic Times​

The Cottage On Juniper Ridge

The common thread and theme of making changes in your life for the better serve as an inspiration and make this novel a real page-turner.  — Romantic Times​

What She Wants

Roberts keeps readers on the edge of their seats as she takes us into the psyche of men who are struggling to discover how to get and keep women. — Romantic Times​

Merry Ex-Mas

This amusing holiday tale about love lost and found again is heartwarming. Quirky characters, snappy dialogue and sexy chemistry all combine to keep you laughing, as well as shedding a few tears, as you turn the pages. — Romantic Times​

Better Than Chocolate

Strong and determined women wrapped up in sinful chocolate is the recipe for Roberts’ inspiring Life in Icicle Falls series starter.  — Romantic Times​

The light romance, delicious descriptions of chocolate, and recipes add to the flavor of Roberts’ promising new series.  — Booklist

The Nine Lives of Christmas

Another warm holiday yarn from the author of The Snow Globe. — Library Journal

Witty characterizations, slapstick mishaps, and plenty of holiday cheer.  — Publishers Weekly

The Snow Globe

Within minutes of cracking open the book, my mood was lifted…The warm, glowing feeling it gave me lasted for days. — First for Women

Roberts’ charming holiday-themed contemporary story set in the Seattle area offers hope, comfort, and a second chance for those who believe, and a nudge to change the minds of those who don’t. — Booklist

Love In Bloom

Love In Bloom is a wonderful story with characters so real and defined I feel like I am personally acquainted with them. Each of these women has a tale to tell, and when they can’t talk to their families, they talk to each other. There is humor and emotion in large quantities in this fantastic book that is next to impossible to put down. Kudos and a large bouquet of flowers to Sheila Roberts for giving us one of the best books of the year. — Fresh Fiction

Think Cyrano with women, as florist Hope pens a note to contractor Jason from her sister, Bobbi, that sets Jason thinking he’s met the woman of his dreams. Hope is a breast cancer survivor with reconstruction issues and figures she’s out of the running even as her feelings for Jason blossom. Gardening, girl talk, and a gorgeous guy underpin this tale of what constitutes beauty and one’s true self. — Library Journal

Angel Lane

An uplifting, charming, feel-good story from the author of Bikini Season. — Booklist

Small Change

Filled with common sense approaches to financial management, it just might give readers more than they think. — Romantic Times​

Homing in on issues many readers can identify with, Roberts’s women search for practical solutions to a common challenge with humor and froth. — Publisher’s Weekly

Bikini Season

Sheila Roberts makes me laugh. I read her books and come away inspired, hopeful, and happy.
— Debbie Macomber, New York Times Best Selling Author

… a fun beach read. Her characters are warm and engaging, and their interactions are full of humor.
— Romantic Times 

Bikini Season deals with that most painful of annual rituals, fitting into one’s swimsuit. But it’s really about so much more, fitting into one’s life.
— Susan Wiggs, New York Times Best Selling Author

On Strike For Christmas

A fun and festive debut; for all women’s fiction collections.
— Library Journal

Roberts’s sweetly vengeful dig at do-nothing husbands follows a smalltown knitting club of wives who are sick and tired of toiling over elaborate Christmas preparations that their husbands don’t appreciate. As they go on strike, the women try to stay in solidarity, while the husbands plan retaliation at the hardware store. Roberts revels in detailing the husbands’ awkward, often disastrous handling of tasks their wives habitually do for Christmas (taking the kids to see Santa, planning the party, doing up the house). By the end of this gently feminist sendup, each side learns to be grateful for the other’s efforts.
— Publisher’s Weekly

Roberts’ witty and effervescently funny holiday novel will warm hearts. Realistic characters populate the pages of this captivating story, which is a great escape from holiday hustle and bustle.
— Romantic Times Top Pick