It took a few months, but the River Jewel Resort Series and all of its sweet, smutty goodness is back. While we wait for Long Overdue, Book 3 to go through Amazon’s “review process”, I’ll share all of the delicious covers with you.
When she arrives, Sydney is more than shocked to find that the staff members know more about her than she knows about herself. Her every need, want and desire is taken care of before her very eyes and complete strangers are telling her that she is where she was always meant to be. But after being a fool for so long, can she trust what her own heart or what anyone else says?
Hotel manager, Mark Willburn has been searching his entire life for the perfect woman. When she walks through the door of his office throwing a fit and demanding to leave, he knows he’s finally found her. But will she see it that way?
Can the River Jewel help Sydney heal and find love again? Or are some wounds too big to be healed even with a magical resort on destiny’s side?
After Hunter Golde’s father died, she became President of his company; one she never truly wanted. Having such big shoes to fill has put Hunter in an impossible situation. With stockholders who’ve never believed in her and who were just waiting for Hunter to mess up, she’s had to be tough on everyone, including herself.
She soon learns that someone has embezzled a sizeable chunk of her assets. Hunter must find a way to bring the thief to justice before she ends up losing it all and has a company-wide mutiny on her hands.
With her life in shambles and no one to comfort her, Hunter leaves town, in the hopes that her lawyer can get the financial mess sorted out. When her plans to hide out at her family’s cabin fall apart, she finds herself at the mystical River Jewel Resort where she’s reminded that money isn’t the only important thing in life.
When she’s confronted with her past and reminded of her present troubles, Hunter realizes she’s been missing more than several million dollars. Lee Michaels, with his rugged good looks, and seemingly perfect life, make Hunter crave the two things having money could never provide; the two things she’s never truly had.