An Oregon Wine Country Romance Series
Small town, contemporary romance series. Follow these high-spirited women and the hard-working men who love them as they carve out their place among the lush vineyards of Oregon’s Willamette Valley.
Book 1 THE CRUSH
A struggling young vineyard owner must learn to trust a smooth-talking stranger after everyone else has let her down. Just touched down in crunchy granola country, Manolo exudes plenty of East Coast swagger, but he has a lot to learn about independent Oregonian women.
Book 3 KISSES SWEETER THAN WINE
Dr. Sophia McDonald’s practical nature helped her rise from humble beginnings to being voted Clarkston’s Best Therapist. But lately, the modern woman who initiates intimate conversations with strangers is stumbling over her words when Sam Owens is around . . . Preordering now for August 29, 2017 release!
THE NAPA WINE HEIRESSES
Sparkling contemporary romance series set in a small town in California wine country about how four strong-willed heiresses find love and independence—despite their notorious father. All 4 books now available in print and digital.
Book 2 A TASTE OF MERLOT
Meri longs to make it as a jeweler on the strength of her talent—not because she’s the daughter of a well-known vintner. Mark Neiman must convince her that her work will shine no matter what label she hides behind . . .
Book 3 A TASTE OF SAUVIGNON Buttoned-up Savvy aced the LSATs and can think on her feet faster than the Wine Train tickets sell out during the October crush—until she meets the agrilicious boy next door. Suddenly she’s leaving work early and studying how to make lavender perfume. Papa warns Savvy not to settle for an idealistic farmer. But how can she resist?
Book 4 A TASTE OF SAKE Sake, the half-Japanese, all-wild love child of Xavier St. Pierre, is dragged against her will to meet her 3 sisters. Along the way, she loses her job, her dog, and her heart. Can the black sheep of the family ever measure up to her fancy siblings? And how will she learn to trust mild-mannered Realtor Bill Diamond, when rejection is all she’s ever known?