He's everything she never wanted in a man...
On Sale: May 10, 2011
Featuring: Jennifer Hamilton; Jackson Montgomery; Samantha Rawlings
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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. Jackson'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.
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25 comments posted.
Re: Jennifer's Garden
Can't wait to read your book. It sounds good. I have never read anything by you but now will check out them.
(Mary Branham 2:32pm September 25, 2011)
Wow. You touch on important concepts that are universally felt by women in their "middle" years.
(Alyson Widen 3:34pm September 25, 2011)
The book sounds so fabulous...love to win a copy.....email@example.com
(Lnda McFarland 4:30pm September 25, 2011)
I love the analogy of a garden as a place to heal and to grow. I think of a garden as a nurturing place. I look forward to see how Jennifer grows in her garden.
(Robin McKay 4:33pm September 25, 2011)
A perfect combination, love and gardening, all about growth.
(Marjorie Carmony 4:36pm September 25, 2011)
It's always been Chemistry and Friendship first.
(Deb Pelletier 4:40pm September 25, 2011)
If I don't win it, I'm buying it! :) Sounds great!
(Sandra Dennis 4:46pm September 25, 2011)
Thank you all for stopping by! Gardening and writing are both great loves--even better when I can combine them with ROMANCE. And to me, each woman is a beautiful bloom, wonderful and unique in her own space. :)
(Dianne Venetta 4:48pm September 25, 2011)
It sounds like a great book, I'd love to win it.
(Wilma Frana 4:52pm September 25, 2011)
I would have loved to win this book and read it. The story sounds wonderful, however I don't have a Kindle, so I have no way of reading it. I prefer the feel of a real book in my hands for the time being, and because we're on a fixed income, I don't see one in my future. Best of luck with your books. It sounds like a great series.
(Peggy Roberson 5:38pm September 25, 2011)
Book sounds great. I'd love to win it.
(Amy Milne 5:55pm September 25, 2011)
I love the garden concept. I would love to read this.
(Lisa Garrett 7:57pm September 25, 2011)
Being a professional prior to being married, and three failed engagements, I always struggled with what makes the perfect husband. I'd love to read your version!
(MaryAnne Banks 8:30pm September 25, 2011)
The book sounds interesting.
(John Billiris 9:21pm September 25, 2011)
You have an interesting point of view with the romantic womens fiction..and not something I've every thought of with a title. Just that when reading a book, often there is so much depth of what makes a person that they almost seem shallow. If more of their lives were touched on with other relationships it would make the character more believalbe.
(Rachel G 9:21pm September 25, 2011)
I'm looking forward to reading this!
(Kathleen Conner 9:27pm September 25, 2011)
Jackson Montgomery.. I love that name. It's great
to see that your main interest in writing is
twofold, the romantic and story, for women.
Love how it sounds.
(Carla Carlson 9:37pm September 25, 2011)
I have seen this book around the web. I have recently gotten interested in women's fiction. I would love the chance to read this. Plus, the concept for the second book in the series really intrigues me!
(Jennifer Beyer 10:17pm September 25, 2011)
Your trilogy of books sound interesting. I would love to read this trilogy as soon as they are out.
(Kai Wong 10:57pm September 25, 2011)
Exploring how a person chooses their partner is always a fascinating subject to me.
(G. Bisbjerg 11:12pm September 25, 2011)
congrats on your books! :)
Your books sound terrific... Always love a HEA! :)
(May Pau 9:52am September 26, 2011)
Am I the only one who doesn't know what "HEA" means?
(Catherine Rome 1:35pm September 26, 2011)
Romance and gardening seem fascinating and I think men like seeing a woman that can get her hands dirty in a vegetable garden or a flower garden. I also had that unusual experience with pumpkins and zucchinis. I planted pumpkin seeds, but actually got more zucchinis--even though I didn't plant any zucchini seeds. My neighbor's garden had them the year before, so I figured somehow the seeds from her plants got over into my garden. It was quite a surprise, and I went on a quest to acquire recipes in which to use all my zucchinis. I never knew there were so many good recipes. Your book sounds very good and I look forward to reading it.
(Linda Luinstra 5:18pm September 26, 2011)
Sounds like a great (and very real) combination!
(LuAnn Morgan 9:23pm September 26, 2011)
Now, you have put my mind in motion because I have't read any of your books...yet. Gardening-sore spot for me this year, as I didn't have anywhere to do it. Ladies, if you are lucky enough to have some room...garden. It's so soothing!
I enjoy trilogies and these sound so interesting! Now, hopefully I will be blessed enough to win and get a taste of these...and garden vicariously through you!
(Patti DelValle 1:11am September 29, 2011)
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