New York Times and USA Today Bestselling Author
Shelley Shepard Gray

All In

Meredith Hunt is content with her solo life. She owns and runs a successful Pilates studio, volunteers at the high school every week, and recently bought a house. She can take care of herself, which is good because she has a hard time relying on other people. When she’s mugged and a handsome man comes to her rescue, she doesn’t know how to accept his help-or how to stop staring into his chocolate-brown eyes.

Ace Vance moved to Bridgeport to offer his fifteen-year-old son, Finn, a better life. Here, Finn has a chance to play football for a good team and maybe even earn a college scholarship. And Ace scored a job at a top-notch garage, where he gets to fix up classic cars. Plus, they could both use some distance from Finn’s toxic mom. The last thing on his mind is falling in love, but he can’t help offering assistance to a gorgeous redhead in need.

Thrown together by a careless criminal, Meredith and Ace can’t deny their attraction. But can they open their hearts-and their lives-to make room for love?

Shelley Shepard Gray’s Bridgeport Social Club series explores how communities can come together to support each other, whether it’s around a poker table, in a Pilates studio, or anywhere in between. Get ready to fall in love with a group of men and women who, even when they feel lost, refuse to lose hope.


Hold On Tight
June 11, 2019

The Patient One
April 09, 2019

All In
February 12, 2019

His Promise
October 23, 2018

Take a Chance
September 18, 2018

Her Fear
July 24, 2018

His Risk
March 06, 2018

The Gift
November 07, 2017

Love Held Captive
October 10, 2017

His Guilt
July 04, 2017

A Reunion in Pinecraft: An Amish Summer Novella
June 06, 2017

Her Secret
March 07, 2017

An Uncommon Protector
February 07, 2017

An Amish Family Christmas
October 18, 2016

A Sister’s Wish
September 27, 2016

A Loyal Heart
July 12, 2016

A Daughter’s Dream
May 24, 2016

A Son’s Vow
January 26, 2016

Whispers in the Reading Room
November 10, 2015

A Christmas Bride in Pinecraft
October 13, 2015

A Wedding at the Orange Blossom Inn
September 15, 2015

A Wish on Gardenia Street
July 28, 2015

Among the Fair Magnolias
July 14, 2015

The Proposal At Siesta Key
May 12, 2015

Deception on Sable Hill
April 07, 2015

The Promise of Palm Grove
January 27, 2015

Snowfall
October 21, 2014

Joyful
September 02, 2014

Secrets of Sloane House
July 29, 2014

Thankful
May 06, 2014

Redemption
February 25, 2014

Hopeful
February 04, 2014

Peace
October 22, 2013

Eventide
September 03, 2013

Ray of Light
May 14, 2013

Daybreak
February 12, 2013

A Christmas for Katie
November 20, 2012

A Texan’s Choice
October 02, 2012
Found
Found
September 04, 2012

The Search
June 19, 2012
Missing
Missing
March 20, 2012

A Texan’s Honor
March 06, 2012
Sisters of the Heart Trilogy
Sisters of the Heart Trilogy
January 03, 2012
Christmas in Sugarcreek
Christmas in Sugarcreek
October 25, 2011
A Texan's Promise
A Texan’s Promise
October 04, 2011

The Survivor
August 30, 2011
The Protector
The Protector
June 28, 2011
The Caregiver
The Caregiver
March 08, 2011

Grace
October 26, 2010
Autumn's Promise
Autumn’s Promise
August 03, 2010
Spring's Renewal
Spring’s Renewal
April 27, 2010
Winter's Awakening
Winter’s Awakening
February 02, 2010
Forgiven
Forgiven
August 11, 2009
Wanted
Wanted
January 06, 2009
Hidden
Hidden
May 27, 2008

Welcome to ShelleyShepardGray.com

The Walnut Creek Series, which launches in February with the enovella Friends to the End, is very close to my heart. Yes, it’s an Amish series set in Holmes County, a place I know well. But beyond the bonnets and the buggies, it’s a series about how complex yet rewarding friendship can be. The central characters are a group of men and women in their mid-twenties who reunite after one of their own dies suddenly.

This group, The Eight, are a varied lot. Some are Amish, some Mennonite, and a couple are even English. They treat each other the way I know many folks in the ‘real’ Walnut Creek area do-their differences don’t keep them from connecting with one another.   

That’s why-to me at least-this series isn’t just a new Amish set of romances. The books tackle larger subjects and focus on people who are struggling with disappointments, celebrating achievements, longing for things just out of their reach…and yes, simply enjoying life. The Eight’s lives aren’t perfect and everything doesn’t always turn out the way they’d planned. However, they are there for each other and know that God is with them, too.

I hope you enjoy these stories. Some, like Friends to the End, are short e-novellas. Others, like The Patient One, (April’s release) are full length novels. My hope is that you’ll find one or two of the characters to root for. Or, maybe you’ll even find yourself cheering for the entire Eight. I know I did!  

Happy reading!