I’m continuing to release the California Coast Romance series with Book 4: California Thyme.
Mandy’s mother is a fading star with a mental illness. She hasn’t seen her father since he abandoned them when she was five. The last thing she needs is a Hollywood romance on a Yosemite Park set. But James, the director, makes her an offer that’s too good to pass up.
Caterer Mandy Parker doesn’t want to turn out like her mother, an aging bi-polar actress desperate for the love. Avoiding anything Hollywood-related is vital for Mandy’s sanity. Her ideal man has a nine-to-five job and coaches Little League—someone true to her and to their family, unlike her philandering Hollywood producer father. But when waitress shifts at Costanoa Grill are cut, she’s forced to find additional work as a movie caterer.
Since the woman he’d loved had married his best friend, movie set location manager James Lubbock has put women far behind advancing in his career. The assistant caterer is attractive, but he’s more focused on figuring out who is sabotaging his set. If he can’t determine the culprit, he’ll lose everything he’s worked for over the last five years.
Sparks fly between Mandy and James, but can they overcome their painful pasts to risk a chance for romance in Yosemite National Park?
California Thyme is a story about a new adult woman who needs to discover the truth about herself and her past to have a shot at a future career and more. If you like new adult romance with a touch of Hollywood, you’ll enjoy this book.
She’s a single pregnant college graduate who has purchased a rundown Victorian to create an inn on the California coast. He’s a recently returned veteran, trying to recreate his life but hampered by physical injury and PTSD. Can they find a way past their wounds to trust each other?
Sarah Ladina dreamt of building a world-class destination inn with her boyfriend, Rick. Her unexpected pregnancy tore them apart when he wanted nothing to do with a baby. She decides to go it alone, but she may not be up to the job. She can’t cook or fix a leaky faucet and in her condition landscaping is out of the question. Will she get the inn open in time to have this baby?
Hunter Evans’ first plan after returning to his favorite town on California’s Central Coast is to buy back his childhood home. But a pretty and pregnant woman beats him to it. Finding a job is tough and housing doesn’t come cheap in Costanoa. His prosthetic leg allows him to run, but keeps him from his childhood passion, surfing. With a low-level job and a transient motel for a home, Hunter isn’t sure life is worth living.
California Homecoming is a story about two wounded people learning to trust again and opening their hearts to the possibility of love. If you new adult romance, you’ll enjoy this book.
The prequel to this series, as well as books 1 and 2 are is available at all major online retailers. Click here to learn more.