Roseanne Beck is an award-winning author of Romantic Comedies whose writing style has been characterized as “witty and funny and a little bit sexy.”
She loves to make things awkward for her characters, and her stories tend to feature strong, flawed women, injured men, and a hint of the paranormal.
Physician by day, she uses a mixture of writing, laughter, and 80s music to help relieve stress.
2019 National Indie Excellence Award winner for Romantic Comedy
A 2019 Readers’ Favorite Silver Medal winner for Chick Lit
5-star Readers’ Favorite Romantic Comedies
Lauren Moore is many things.
Lauren Moore is many things.
Good thing the new mechanic at work is off-limits, or she might be in as much trouble as her family-owned bicycle shop.
Jake Chambers has hit a bit of a rough patch.
His broken leg is threatening not only his sanity, but possibly his Motocross career as well.
Lucky for him, the only thing he knows better than women is how to fix a bike.
Will good girl Lauren manage to keep her wits about her as she fights her growing attraction to bad boy Jake? Or will she find herself spinning her wheels when it comes to love?
If you enjoy romantic comedies with smart, awkward heroines and flawed heroes, you’ll adore CHANGING GEARS. Because love is bumpy. Might as well enjoy the ride.
Kylie Moore thrives on competition.
The only thing she hates more than losing is Spencer Cahill. Not only does he have a knack for getting under her skin, but he’s part of a past she’d rather forget.
Rival bicycle shop owner Spencer Cahill loves a challenge.
The only thing better than winning the bid for the City Bike Program? Co-winning it with Kylie. The only thing worse? Having to accept her help when an injury forces him to the sidelines.
Will working together rekindle something from their past? Or will the sparks destroy any hope for their future?
If you enjoy enemies-to-lovers, second-chance romantic comedies, you’ll go crazy for GEARING UP. Because love is bumpy. Might as well enjoy the ride.
Paige has everything she thinks she wants.
Nick might be the one thing she really needs.
Sometimes the best dreams are the ones you didn’t know you had.
Dr. Paige Ellis has worked hard to make her dreams come true. But somewhere along the way, she lost something important—herself.
Luckily, her dead grandmother is still looking out for her.
When Paige returns home to fulfill her Nana’s last request, she comes face-to-face with an annoying blast from her past. Not only does Nick Collins know just which buttons to push to make Paige crazy, but he also might be the one thing Paige has convinced herself she doesn’t need.
Can Nana and Nick convince an overachieving workaholic that love might be the best medicine after all?
If you enjoy enemies-to-lovers RomComs, you’ll fall for TURN THE PAIGE. Because love hurts. But it’s kind of funny.
2019 NATIONAL INDIE EXCELLENCE AWARD WINNER FOR ROMANTIC COMEDY
A 2019 READERS’ FAVORITE SILVER MEDAL WINNER FOR CHICK LIT
A 5-STAR READERS' FAVORITE
Sara's one hundred percent done with men.
Travis has never had any luck with the ladies.
Sometimes the best relationships are the ones you never see coming.
Between raising her rambunctious son, owning a business, and coming face-to-face with the ghosts of her childhood, Sara Collins has her hands full.
Investing in yet another man who's bound to let her down is the last thing she needs.
Travis Nichols is one of her brother's best friends and all-around good guy.
The only thing more painful than his injured ankle might be his difficulty talking to women. If only all of them were like Sara, he'd have it made.
As Sara wrestles with her past, will Travis help her embrace the future?
If you enjoy enemies-to-lovers RomComs, you’ll flip for SINGLE BY DESIGN. Because love hurts. But it’s kind of funny.
Ellie’s done with the bad boys.
Clay’s one of the biggest players she’s ever met.
Sometimes the person you thought was all wrong ends up being right.
Ellie Walsh is a yoga teacher with a wild past. But meditation hasn’t curbed her appetite for a good argument, nor has it improved her choice in men.
Clay Adams is the king of one-night stands. His aversion to relationships is rivaled only by the pleasure he takes in ruffling Ellie’s feathers.
When Ellie steps in to help an injured Clay, sparks fly.
Can these two hotheads figure out that love really does conquer all?
If you enjoy slow-burn romantic comedies, you’ll go mad for MEDITATE ON THIS. Because love hurts. But it’s kind of funny.
The last thing Laura wants is a relationship.
The only thing Austin needs is his independence.
Sometimes love sneaks up on you when you least expect it.
Austin's car accident shattered his life and his leg. His main focus is on proving his independence. Figuring out how to shut up the new voices in his head would be an added bonus. They like to converse at the most inopportune times.
Laura's built a wall around her heart. Everyone she loves ends up leaving her. She's still reeling from the death of her brother and business partner. Seems like he might not be ready to completely give up the ghost yet, though.
And then there's Aunt Marge, a world-class meddler with a penchant for oversharing. Can she manage to nudge Laura and Austin toward each other? Or will her recipe for love fall flat?
If you like slow-burn romantic comedies with a hint of the paranormal, you'll fall for TALK TO ME, because humor and love conquer all.