16 May 2011 3 Comments
When I’m not in the garden or busy with my kids, I write women’s fiction with strong romantic elements.
It started years ago, characters popping into my brain, clamoring for attention until finally demanding to be set free onto the page! What’s a gal to do but oblige? (Besides all that, it’s just plain fun.)
My first release is Jennifer’s Garden which epitomizes the showdown between a career woman’s criteria for the perfect husband and what true love means.
In a race against time, cardiologist Jennifer Hamilton is caught between her mother’s dying wish and taking the risk of a lifetime with Jackson Montgomery. He’s the man hired to complete the landscaping for her new home; the venue for her upcoming wedding. He’s everything she never wanted in a man, but as the job progresses, his lure pulls strong. It’s an attraction she cannot deny.
And one that puts her career on the line. Does she choose the man who proves compatible with her lifestyle, or the one that fits her true nature? It’s a question more and more women must answer as they assume the role of chief breadwinner. Which will it be?
Which would you choose?
While you’re out in the garden reading, how about a glass of Rosemary Lemonade? Not only delightfully refreshing, this fresh twist on an old favorite will surprise you. It’s really good!
And best of all, it’s easy to make. The recipe can be found right here on blog. All you need are a few sprigs of rosemary and a gallon of pre-sweetened lemonade. For you industrious types, I know you’ll prefer to make your own gallon of homemade lemonade. (It’s a gift!)
Either way you slice it, I hope you’ll enjoy both. For a complete list of my novels, visit my author website.