Waiting for a Miracle

Benjamin Cohen, widowed father of six-year-old Jessie, is doing his best to hold it together through order and routine. The last thing he needs is his matchmaker mother to set him up with her next-door neighbor, no matter how attractive she is.

Rachel Schaecter’s dream of becoming a foster mother is right within her grasp, until her meddlesome neighbor tries to set her up with her handsome son. What’s worse? He’s the father of her favorite kindergarten student! She can’t afford to let anything come between her and her dream, no matter how gorgeous he may be.

Can these two determined people trust in the miracle of Hanukkah to let love and light into their lives?

It was utterly, sweet this short story. It helps you get into the festive mood and teaches you a little about another culture, which I love. A wonderful read if you want something fun, romantic, and short.
Anyone who adores ‘Happily Ever After’ endings and amazing characters will love Waiting for a Miracle. In a short, dynamic story, the author has provided fantastic characters, an incredible plot and a very entertaining story-line that kept me reading on.
—Readers Favorite
Wilck develops such true-to-life, detailed characters—from page one I feel like I’ve met new friends. This Hanukkah romance warms my heart and reminds me of the magic of the season!
—Amazon Reader

A Heart of Little Faith

Lily Livingston is a widow raising her six-year-old daughter, Claire, in New York City. Devastated by her husband’s death three years ago, she’s in no hurry to fall in love again. Besides, trying to balance her career with motherhood leaves her little time for romance.

With a wheelchair instead of a white horse, and a vow against falling in love again as his armor, Gideon Stone is the last person Lily expects to sweep her off her feet. But when a business agreement forces the two of them together, that is exactly what happens. As they navigate the minefield that fast represents their relationship, can either of them overcome the obstacles to find true happiness in each other’s arms?

[A] story about love, loss, letting go of the past, and learning to love and trust again. This is a romance that is filled with emotional roadblocks, misunderstandings, stubborn pride, and not just a little bit of angst and pain on the part of the two romantic leads.
—Amazon Reader
Wilck’s writing skill shows her ability to share with her readers the raw emotions that come with relationships through the characters in her stories. Along with the frustration and crying, comes a lot of great humor in this smooth, flowing romantic story. All the love and anger of her characters leaps off the pages, so the readers can almost feel it for themselves, transporting the readers into the scenes.
—Amazon Reader
A beautifully written story about loss, love and second chances. Gideon and Lily’s relationship had lots of twists and turns; I couldn’t stop reading!
—Amazon Reader

In the Moment

Cassie Edwards, a former foster child, purchases an 1870s Victorian mansion, the one home from her childhood where she felt like part of a family. She’s spending her summer lovingly restoring it, with dreams of one day raising a family of her own here.

Rayne Tucket, a photojournalist, is haunted by the death of his best friend in Afghanistan, a death he thinks is his fault. He survives day to day. Forever is not in his vocabulary. Swearing off photography, he answers an ad for a handyman—mindless, no emotion involved.

As the two of them renovate her house, can Cassie show Rayne that love is strong enough to heal all wounds?

A romance that involves a home renovation is a winner in my book. Rayne and Cassie are sweet together and it was easy to want them to find their happy ever after together.
—Amazon Reviewer
Rayne and Cassie have wonderful chemistry which made it easy to cheer these two toward their happily ever after.
—Amazon Reviewer
The description of Rayne makes me want to do a home restoration project and hire him as my handyman. Love conquers wounds.
—Goodreads Reader