Chance Of Rain
Christie Rinkley flies out of rainy Seattle headed for Loreto, Mexico on her honeymoon. The only drawback: she is on a honeymoon for one. When the local adventure hiking guide tries to warn the blonde lady that a monsoon is expected, it is lost in translation. Why worry about a chance of rain when the sky is blue and the sun is shining? Unless that hike is in Mesquite Canyon with two rock walls and a rising creek in the middle. When the winds begin to howl and skies burst, Christie knows she is sunk. Thank goodness burly, good-looking, "Alabama Joe" discovers that the "Americana loco" is hiking the canyon alone. This romantic comedy takes a fun twist when it becomes obvious to Joe that Christie needs rescuing in more ways than one. Fairhope, Alabama may just hold the key to Christie's dreams, and Joe's comical aunts; Hattie and Bessie, are determined to help make those dreams come true.
When Amy Landers inherits Aunt Polly’s Inn, located on a bluff above the Columbia River in Wishram, Washington, she has no plans to stay any longer than it takes to sell it. Even though Amy spent her childhood summers with Aunt Polly in cattle country, she’s lived the past fourteen years as a refined city girl in Seattle. She has no desire to change... until she sees her childhood playmate, Jesse Drake, now a strapping cattle rancher next door. Amy can barely stand the sight of a tumbleweed, and refers to Country Western radio as the Book of Job put to music. It will take more than a cowboy in a nice pair of jeans, to win this city girl's heart. Join the round up and enjoy the ride!
Allie Jaskie, recent fashion school graduate, needs a job. Charlie Braun, editor of Happy Camper Magazine, needs a field reporter. The clock is ticking for an article about summer snow camping on Mount Rainier. Allie hates camping. And snow. But she's down to her last can of tomato soup. What's a hungry girl to do? Change her name to Sage Forester and show up for an interview in old camping duds, courtesy of Goodwill. Something about Sage Forester doesn't add up, but Charlie is intrigued enough to give her a chance. When Sage returns from Mount Rainier with her ridiculous article: “Fashions in the Forest,” the editorial staff roars hysterically—until their boss says “run it.” Sage is an instant hit with the ladies. Who would guess so many would love trading in their army green camping gear for pink tents, and bright hiking attire? Sage's celebrity status continues to soar—until Charlie discovers she’s not who she claims, nor is she spending invigorating nights sleeping in the snow. Readers of all ages are in for an avalanche of fun in this light-hearted adventure as Sage and Charlie battle it out in Paradise on Mount Rainier.