Krista Sandor


After being diagnosed with Multiple Sclerosis in 2015, her world turned upside down. During those difficult first days, her dear friend sent her a romance novel. That kind gesture provided the escape she needed and ignited her love of the genre. 
Inspired by the strong heroines and happily ever afters, Krista decided to write her own romance novels. 

Today, she’s living life to the fullest. When she’s not writing, you can find her running 5Ks with her husband or chasing after her growing boys in Denver, Colorado.

The Road Home



“A steamy page-turner with twists and turns—I couldn't put it down! ★★★★★


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Jenna Lewis never wanted to return to her hometown of Langley Park. But here she is—surrounded by her past and the one man she could never forget. The one man who’s not for her. Too bad fate keeps bringing them together. Drawing them in like a moth to the flame. And while neither wants to admit their connection is still lightning-hot, their attraction is too strong to deny. But an ominous stranger lurks in the darkness, threatening to destroy the kind of life she’d never dreamed possible. Happiness is so close, right there within her grasp. Or is it just a mirage?


“Is Jenna going to eat dinner with us, Daddy?” Kate asked and slipped the playing cards back into the worn box.

“I better not,” Jenna said, looking down at her fingers. Barely an hour ago, they’d been laced with Ben’s. “The mechanics should be dropping off my car soon, and I’d hate to interrupt your meal.”

She glanced at Ben in the kitchen. He’d slung a dishtowel over his shoulder and was mixing the pasta with the sauce.

“Go wash your hands, little one,” Ben instructed his daughter. “You should stay, Jenna,” he added with a boyish grin and held out three plates.


As Jenna reached for them, her fingertips brushed past Ben’s, and butterflies erupted into flight inside her belly. Get. It. Together. She bit her lip as Ben’s gaze lingered on her mouth. It was too much. He was too much.


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The Kiss Keeper



Natalie Callahan is cursed. Out of luck. The family screw-up.

All thanks to a botched first kiss.

Sacked from her job and dumped by her boyfriend on the way to a week-long family celebration, she's desperate to prove she's not a train wreck. Only now, she needs someone to pose as her adoring significant other.
All seems lost until her path crosses with a sexy, stone-faced businessman who agrees to go along with her con.
Jake Teller is all about the deal. Dollars and cents beat love and commitment any day. When his boss entices him with a proposition that could set him up for life, he jumps at the opportunity. Even if it means he has to play the part of Natalie's boyfriend for a week.

But Jake's got a con of his own going—a con that could cost Natalie everything.
Can a heart change in a week? That all depends on the Kiss Keeper.


“Kiss! Kiss! Kiss!” Lara and Marcus cheered. Leslie crossed her arms. “That’s the dare.” Natalie gave him a nervous smile. “A quick kiss couldn’t hurt.”

Quick kiss. Okay, he could do this. He leaned in and pecked her lips. Bing, bang, boom! Done.


Leslie groaned. “Oh my, God! You guys look about as comfortable kissing as two thirteen-year-olds before they have to give it up for the Kiss Keeper. After five months and six days, you have slept together, right?”


In a flurry of awkward responses, Natalie said yes just as he’d shot back a resounding no.


“So, you have, or you haven’t?” Leslie demanded.


Natalie nodded emphatically. “We have. We totally have. Remember that time we had intercourse at that…hotel?”


They could not screw this up. That stink-eyed Leslie already seemed to be on to them. He nodded to his fake girlfriend. “Yeah, and then, there was that time we had intercourse in a…bed,” he added and immediately wanted to head-butt himself.


Intercourse? What was this? High school sex ed?


They sounded like idiots.


“Twice? That’s it?” Leo questioned. “That was just…one day. We like to do it several times a day,” Natalie countered with a nonchalant wave of her hand.


He turned to her. “We do?”


She nodded, her eyes begging him to go along. “We do.”


He turned to Leslie and Leo and plastered on a cocky grin. “We do.”


Leslie’s features hardened. “Then let’s see a real kiss. It can’t be hard for you guys, especially if you’re screwing multiple times a day.”


Natalie twisted the belt of her trench coat. “Sure, we can—”


But before she finished whatever the hell she was going to say, he cupped her face in his hands, leaned in, and the earth shifted off its axis.

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