Take Me Home: Three romantic novellas based on John Denver songs
From country roads and Rocky Mountain highs, this collection will warm your heart and remind you that true love can be found.
~A new destiny floats ashore on an island swept by love~
Visionary Remi Fontaine arrives for his summer job as distinguished visiting professor at a coastal university in North Carolina, hiding his faltering allegiance to his family’s legacy as pioneering oceanographers. As his faculty contact, graduate coordinator Nia Parnell introduces him to little-known natural gems along the coastline as they co-teach a summer session course. Remi’s growing affection for all things terrestrial mingles with his attraction for Nia, until a diving malady strikes and forces him to contemplate a major redirection. Launching a new focus for the underwater society at the summer’s end may force Remi to leave Nia high and dry—or can they explore the new horizon together?
When a heritage must be reimagined, the letting go frees a heart to love.
After all, every man must dare to leave his own footprints in the sand.
A novella in the John Denver 20th Anniversary Collection
Based on his tribute song “Calypso”
HER ROCKY MOUNTAIN HIGHNESS
Krystal Black had helped foreign dignitaries before but never was tempted to join their ranks.
Prince Johann “John” van Koppelberg came to the Colorado Rockies expecting a vacation. He hadn’t planned to fall in love with his tourism director.
But like John Denver, the prince found a home and fell in love. Now if only he could get Krystal and his parents to agree.
THANK GOD FOR MY COUNTRY BOY
A young widow, a divorcee, and a handful of matchmaking town gossips.
After an unexpected small earthquake rattles the town of Brookfield, Kansas, causing damage to Emma’s Café, Emma Greene decides to remedy a mistake she’d made years ago when she’d meddled with young love. With the help of her friends, she’s determined to right the wrong and convince her granddaughter and the young man who had love her that they belong together.
Heather Crawford is content being her husband’s widow, but when she returns to Brookfield and walks into her grandmother’s café, she is captivated by her old friend from high school and she can’t get her mind off him.
The last thing Jeremy McGiven wants is love. He’s still angry over his failed marriage and reeling from the mess his ex-wife left him. For his daughter’s sake, and his, he has sworn off love and marriage, but working beside his former crush stirs the desire to love and be loved again. Is he willing to risk his heart at a second chance of love?