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I’ve been tinkering with new cover ideas and even titles for books, and I came across this fabulous five star review for Blue Creek Bachelor on goodreads.
I loved this book, it was easy to read, believeable, a little action, mystery, about hurt, pain, love lost and to scared to move on. It even has a little humor! It has been a long time since I found a book that I enjoyed as much as I did this. My hats off to the author and I look forward to seeing more work from her.
How nice is that! I had originally thought of doing a series around Blue Creek, hence the title (though there will never be a Blue Creek Spinster, fyi!), but hadn’t much got beyond the first book. But now I’m thinking a return to Blue Creek might be good… Wyoming, small town… ideas!
I’m also working on the sequel to Falling for Jack which is Sage and Ethan’s story, All About Sage. Am really hoping that will be out in
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My most recent book is Promising Penny, a follow up to Dating Daisy. See below for more details. but it’s set in Auckland, New Zealand, and features some of the characters from Daisy – especially Daisy herself and her husband, Joel.
It’s available on Amazon HERE.
Here’s what some of the reviews said:
“This one works because of the strong sub-plot. I found myself cheering for Penny’s success, and since I’m a foodie, too (except not as good a cook), I felt like she was someone that I could really like.”
“Another winner. This book runs the gamut of emotions and has realistic relationships.”
“A sad story… It takes the help of two families and some wonderful friends to help them get together. This is a sweet story with a lot of emotional depth to it and I enjoyed it.”
“Good characters, easy to read and hits the nail on the head – Romantic, great read for your lunch hour.”
Here’s a very brief outline of what it’s about:
Penny Portman works in her parents’ Auckland cafe and dreams of running her own cakery one day. When old friend Michael – her late brother’s best friend – shows up out of the blue, her old feelings for him resurface, and she wonders if he will ever think of her as more than plain Penny – his honorary sister.
Michael has just had the year from hell – losing his best friend and riddled with guilt over the way he’s neglected Penny, he’s come out of that wilderness to get his life back on track – and most of all, to make it up to Penny for not being around. But he quickly discovers there’s more to Pen than he ever realised.