Readers who enjoy the small town love stories of Robyn Carr’s Virgin River series and fans of Kristen Higgins’ humor will find elements of each in this Old Vine story.
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Cassie . . .
When Jay Carter yanked the funding he promised my wildlife rescue clinic, I had to scramble to find room for my growing number of injured and orphaned animals. I managed without him or his money.
Now, Jay’s moving back to our small hometown from the big city where he was the veterinarian of the stars. And he’s desperate to talk to me about why he dares show his face at the clinic he left in a lurch.
The reason will change both our lives forever.
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At the end of Rescuing Love, there’s a sneak preview of my full-length novel, Finding Yesterday. Read what it’s about:
Claire . . .
My veil dangles from my fingers as I hightail it into a wine cellar instead of down the aisle. My caterer, famous bad boy chef, Jack Brady, provides a bottle opener and a listening ear.
Leaving my financé at the alter gets me booted from the restaurant he and I ran together, but I land a job as a chef at Jack’s steakhouse. So what if I’m a vegetarian?
After a rocky start—involving a piglet who ghosts his own roasting—sparks fly between Jack and me in the kitchen.
But the past lingers between us like the smoke from a Southern barbeque. Jack left Blue Vine eighteen years ago after tragedy struck both our families. Does it haunt him like it does me?
The buried secrets of that day could make our dreams go up in flames.