Wild About You

Wild About You

War is brewing in the town of Stone Rivers, and flower shop owner Nicole Jones is in the middle of it.

When the new owner of the Moore Ranch won’t allow the town to use the barn for the Valentine’s Day Dance,  Nicole doesn’t hesitate to confront the tyrant. His ego is as big as the barn, and he doesn’t care whom he has to take down to get his money out of the property. To not only save the town’s event but to stand up for the event’s legacy, she becomes a crusader, leaving no stone unturned in her quest to get the new owner to say yes. She is determined to not only plan the dance of a lifetime but also to shut down the greedy Derek Moore.

If there is one thing country western singer and star Derek Moore knows, it’s painful memories. His family has owned the Moore Ranch for more years than he can count, and although he loved going there every summer, he can’t face the memories the property holds. He’s looking to sell the place, and what he doesn’t need is a big town event messing up the barn or his plans. The problem is that everyone in the town of Stone Rivers doesn’t understand, and now the flower shop owner and the planner of the event decided to wage war on him.

Who will win in the battle of the barn? And what will happen at Stone River’s annual Valentine’s Day Dance?


Love and the Pear Pie Wars

Love and the Pear Pie Wars

“All is fair in love and . . . the pear pie wars.”

“All is fair in love and the Pear Pie Wars.”

In the world of love and pastry, nothing is off-limits. Tori Bevan grew up listening to her grandmother’s mantra as she tirelessly competed against her arch-nemesis, Ben Holden, in the annual Clarksville Pear Festival pie competition. Despite Grandma Bevan’s best efforts, the blue ribbon has eluded her for more years than she wants to admit, always falling into the hands of the Holden family. But this year, Tori is determined to change the outcome and win the prize once and for all.

Dane Holden fled his small hometown and his grandparents’ pear farm with no intention of looking back. But when his business ventures flop, leaving him jobless and homeless, he has no choice but to return for the annual festival at the request of his grandfather.

Despite her initial animosity towards him, Tori begins to find herself drawn to her ex after all these years. But just as things heat up between the two, Dane’s past comes back to haunt him, threatening to destroy everything Tori has worked towards.

Will the Bevan family finally claim victory and reign supreme at the festival? Or will the Holden dynasty continue its reign and hold onto the coveted blue ribbon once more?

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