Happy Valentine’s Day GIVEAWAY!!

Will you be my Valentine? We’re celebrating love this week and what better way to show some love than by giving a whole small town’s worth? Today’s giveaway includes the entire BLUE HOLLOW FALLS series (so far!)

This includes my brand new release, LAVENDER BLUE! And of course, there IS chocolate involved as well!

Here’s a little bit about each book in the series, going last to first…

In the beautiful Blue Ridge Mountains lies a small town with a big heart—and a chance to begin again . .

When Hannah Montgomery buys a lavender farm in Blue Hollow Falls with three friends, she’s creating a life she never imagined—one she hopes will honor the memory of the sweet young son she tragically lost years ago. Standing on the porch of the sprawling farmhouse, looking out on row upon row of those lush purple plumes, Hannah is ready to embrace this fresh, new start . . .

Then she meets Wilson McCall. The stonemason hired to fix their crumbling chimneys and leaky roof is quieter than most folks in the Falls. Hannah’s not surprised to learn the widower struggles with his own grief. Who could blame her if she finds joy in making Will laugh again, or if she feels a poignant kinship when she sees him with his teenaged son?  But her deepening friendship with Will reminds Hannah that there’s a part of her that still needs to heal—awakening a tender yearning to have a life that isn’t just good enough, but lived fully—even if that means taking risks once more . . .


Attorney Moira Brogan expects her brother’s Christmas wedding to be a peaceful affair. She doesn’t expect to be cornered by an unwanted lothario, much less rescued by gorgeous Aussie chef, Hudson Walker—still less be swept off her feetby said chef. Still nursing a broken heart, the last thing she wants is a new romance. But Hudson has other ideas . . .

Pippa MacMillan is a legend on the Irish folk music scene. But when her voice requires a time-out, she’s left wondering how—and where—to find happiness in the silence . . .

Seeking answers, Pippa leaves Ireland in favor of a small town in the Blue Ridge Mountains of Virginia. Turns out lovely Blue Hollow Falls in the perfect place to heal—and solitary Seth Brogan is the surprisingly perfect host. After all, Seth is beginning again too: turning his renovated stone barn and beautiful hillside into a vineyard is the start of a whole new life for the former Special Forces soldier. Only Mother Nature keeps thwarting both their plans, leaving Pippa snowbound with unsettling thoughts about how life can take unexpected turns . . .

To Pippa’s surprise, she might actually fall for small-town living. She might even fall for Seth, whose quiet strength is a balm for her world-weary soul. But when the music starts once more, will she follow her fortune back to Ireland, or surrender to the call of her heart?

Stevie Franklin is ready to go all-out Grinch on Christmas this year, but a snowy trip to the Blue Ridge Mountains could provide some unexpected gifts… 

Stevie is thrilled to help her best friend Sunny launch her new greenhouse business in Blue Hollow Falls. Not only does it give her a chance to visit the quaint location, but it’s a welcome distraction from Stevie’s recent bad luck with men. Just one catch: since Sunny’s home is under renovation, Stevie must stay at the local inn, whose amenities feature hunky innkeeper, Noah Tyler.

Noah may be as tempting as her grandmother’s famous sweet potato pie, but city-girl Stevie isn’t sticking around—and she doesn’t do flings. Yet when Noah’s chef gets stranded in a Christmas Eve snowstorm, Stevie can’t resist pitching in and serving up some of her family’s favorite recipes. The magic of a Blue Ridge Christmas is already rekindling Stevie’s holiday spirit and making her wonder what else she might be missing out on. Now can Noah restore Stevie’s belief in love?

 Includes original down-home holiday recipes!

From her free-spirited mother, Sunny Goodwin learned the value of peace, love, and Jerry Garcia. The inheritance from the father she never knew? That’s a little more complicated . . .

 Sunny never expected to find herself owning a centuries old silk mill in the shadow of Virginia’s Blue Ridge Mountains . . . or becoming a half-sister to a ten-year-old named Bailey. Once the shock subsides, she plans to cash in and head back home. But the overgrown greenhouse she finds on the property calls out to the gardener in her, and she senses Bailey’s need for nurturing too . . .

And someone else is making it hard for Sunny to leave: Sawyer Hartwell, an Iraq War hero who wants to make the old mill a creative hub for the artisans of Blue Hollow Falls . . . and wants Sunny to share his vision, and his life. But sexy as this ex-soldier may be, she’s not sure she’s ready to give love a chance . . .


Yes, you get a copy of ALL of the books shown above! I know!!

HOW TO ENTER: To enter, leave a comment telling us the title of a book you loved, loved, loved (new or old.) We’re spreading the love of READING today! I know you all share that love with me.

More chances to win! Check out my Facebook Page and hop over to my Fiction From The Heart group on FB  to enter there as well.

I’ll be naming winners for each one! Yep, THREE winners in all!  Check back here tomorrow morning for the winners to be announced! ???

Can’t wait? Want your copies NOW? I can help with that! 🙂  Here are a few handy links: (Or click on the covers above to get to alllll the “buyrightthisverysecond” list of links!)

Lavender Blue

A Season to Celebrate/Christmas in Blue Hollow Falls

Bluestone & Vine 

The Inn at Blue Hollow Falls

Blue Hollow Falls 

Thanks for stopping by! Happy Valentine’s Day!

50 Responses to “Happy Valentine’s Day GIVEAWAY!!”

  1. A book that I absolutely loved, loved, loved is The Extraordinary Life of Sam Hell.

  2. Would love to read these! I haven’t read any of your books yet and would love to win! My favorite book was by Jodi Picoult Handle With Care.
    Thanks for the giveaway!
    Tena Bremmer

  3. I’m picking different books on each entry because there are so many wonderful ones out there!!

    I love anything by Dee Henderson, but the O’Malley series hits me emotionally every time I reread them.

  4. Loved The Cottage on Rose Lane by Hope Ramsay

  5. My choice is Donna’s Cupcake series. (Sorry, couldn’t just pick one.) Not only do they have great characters, but there are cupcake recipes.
    Happy Valentine’s Day.

  6. Hard to pick one because I love books that touch my heart and give me happiness.

  7. My latest absolutely LOVE LOVE LOVE books are historical romances (Regency and Gilded Age). Tessa Dare’s “The Governess Game” and Maya Rodale’s “Duchess By Design”.

  8. The Witch of Willow Hall, by Hester Fox. Absolutely LOVED IT!!!

  9. Inn at Blue Hollow Falls. But, really, I love all your books.

  10. To Kill A mockngbird

  11. What an amazing giveaway, thank you! I want to live in all of your covers! One of my favorite books is The Secret of Everything by Barbara O’Neal and also an enduring love for Anne of Green Gables.

  12. My favorite book by you, still, is Pelican Point. Such a wonderful story. Of course the whole six book series is outstanding, but there is just something about that one that gets me.

  13. I have never read anything by you, but I would love to get the chance. Thank you for the contest.

  14. Loved reading the Outlander series, this series looks great as well

  15. My choice right now is the James and Penny Saga that started with Devotion I think (Ivy Smoak) I love a great love story and this one has been my latest! It is almost over though so I would love a new one to dive into!

  16. A book I loved is the one I just finished reading, A Bridge to a Better Life by Ava Miles..It was moving and powerful story of love of family and second chances for two people who have gone through loss and a renewal to falling in love again and having their HEA again.

    Happy Valentine’s Day

  17. So many to choose from, so I will name a different book on each entry site. A Change of Heart, by Barbara Longley

  18. Pride and Prejudice and Persuasion always give me joy.

  19. My all-time favorite is Wuthering Heights

  20. I loved the book Flight Behavior by Barbara Kingsolver!

  21. There are so many books that I love! Rainshadow Road by Lisa Kleypas was very special. It had a great blend of romance, excitement, and beautiful scenery. It is in the Friday Harbor series.

  22. I’m reading Jill Shalvis’s Heartbreaker Bay series and loving each one – so I can’t pick just one!

  23. pride and prejudice

  24. I really loved Navigating the Stars by Marie V. Snyder. Its a YA/NA Sci fi story that just blew me away.

  25. I am currently reading the 2nd book of The Three Brothers ranchers by Arlene James.
    Rancher To The rescue

  26. Bluestone and Vine, because that was the last one I read! And MUSIC!

  27. Britt-Marie Was Here-so moving and so unexpected.

    Half Broke Horses-autobiography-fascinating and so moving

    The Gerbil Farmer’s Daughter-Memoir-again, touching and so funny

  28. I found the books of Mary Stewart when I was in my early teens and they started my lifelong love of reading. I’ll bet your books are having a similar effect on young readers today.

  29. Loved Little House on The Prairie – the first book I remember reading and loving!

  30. One of the books I loved, loved, loved is Calling Me Home by Julie Kibler.

  31. Britt-Marie was here….stunning

    Half Broke Horses…so mving

    The Gerbil Farmer’s Daughter memoir-moving and funny

  32. I loved bluestone and vine

  33. Any of James Patterson’s Womens Murder Club ?

  34. One of my favorite books is The Secret of Everything by Barbara O’Neal. I also love Anne of Green Gables! I would love to live in the covers of your books ?

  35. Diane Chamberlain’s The Dream Daughter is my absolute favorite book. What a generous giveaway; thank you for the chance!

  36. Hard to pick – but will say Linda Howard – Sarah’s Child.

  37. My all-time favorite book is Little Women

  38. I have a few Mary Higgins Clark books & Nora Roberts but I think the one book that has always stuck in my head in “A Tree Grows in Brooklyn”

  39. Montana Sky by Nora Roberts

  40. I have many favorite books and authors in many genres I am not sure I can name a favorite. Many books made a lasting impression. As this is Valentine’s Day I am going to go with the Mary Higgins Clark books. These also have memories not related to the story. My Mom, two of my sisters and myself would exchange these books among each other. Not all of us are still here so the connection to my sister with these books are awesome memories.

  41. My favorite book for many years has been Daddy Long Legs. Its a YA book but I love it. Growing up I always read Barbra Cartland….love her stories.

  42. I love Silent in the Sanctuary by Deanna Raybourn.

  43. Nora Roberts The Three Sister Island Trilogy

  44. Do I have to name just one book? I love, love, love, all the books in Laurell K. Hamilton’s Anita Blake series encluding the most recent book Serpentine.

  45. firat the book cover are pretty abd i love the color o f the

    audio the wind by lan d h holbar

    keegan story by loi wilde

  46. I love Lavender Blue

  47. HRH by danielle steel

  48. How to Walk Away

  49. Mercy by Julie Garwood.

  50. So Hard to pick – If Not For You – Debbie Macomber.

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