How did I miss the release of this book back in October?!?
This Cinderella story involves a hottie hero and a bumpy carriage ride to happily ever after!
Waitress, Symphony Porter’s obsession with fire has made her a target for distrust and rejection. She’s broke and with her home weeks away from foreclosure, she’s eager to drive to Key West to claim an unexpected inheritance. Symphony arrives in town expecting a quick exit, but soon stumbles into trouble—to include six feet three inches of scorching hot danger to her heart. With time running out, the last thing Symphony needs is a handsome investigator hot on her trail.
Fire investigator, Nathan Zachary has had enough relationships crash and burn, that he knows at first sight that Symphony is the woman for him. He’s ready to make the saucy waitress a permanent part of his life, but a series of random fires puts Symphony on a collision course with Nathan’s case. As the spark of attraction ignites between them, so does the danger and suspicion.
Siera is one of the hosts for the Beach Blanket Bingo (link) at the RT Booklovers' Convention. She's also a fellow veteran ...
I live in Florida Keys with my husband and a color patch tabby named Frie. I am a pet lover at heart. I would gladly welcome more furry friends into the household; however, I had to guilt my husband into the cat. As a native Floridian, it's nice to leave the DC weather in the rearview mirror.
When I'm not writing, I love getting lost between the pages of a great book. I get a thrill searching through recipe books with my sister in-law. I enjoy cooking huge meals to share with friends and family. I would like to think I'm a pretty good cook since folks keep showing up at the front door to eat my food.
Learn more about Siera and her books at sieralondon.com.
1. Leave a comment about recipe books .. which thrill Siera. What recipes are do you need next week for Thanksgiving? My family enjoys baked corn for Turkey Day.
2. Comments are open through Sunday, November 20, 10 pm in Baltimore.
3. I'll post the winner on Monday, November 21.
Kim in Baltimore
Aloha Spirit in Charm City
I love recipe books an have a too large collection. My recipe would be for the stuffing (dressing). I actually don't really have a recipe. I just throw in things I like. I do follow the basic recipe on the bag of Pepperidge Farm Stuffing, but then I add onions, celery, Craisins, diced apricots (sometimes), diced chestnuts, and/or walnuts. It is great for leftovers.ReplyDelete
Wow! this sounds delicious considering it's not from a recipe.Delete
I can't cookReplyDelete
Thank goodness for the Honey Baked Ham meal deal!Delete
We just deep fried the turkey.....we do instant mashed potatoes and the famous string bean casserole!ReplyDelete
I have never fried a turkey...and I'm a southerner. I tend to brine for 24 hours, and then roast. My in-laws love my turkey!Delete
We do the green beans but we use baconReplyDelete
I have a green bean casserole on my menu this year!Delete
I have to go with my stuffing - everyone seems to love it!ReplyDelete
Stuffing is my favorite, too!Delete
Thanks SOS Aloha for hosting me today! I have a table full of recipes as I make preps for Thanksgiving.ReplyDelete
I'm one for browsing used bookstores for cook books and I've found some amazing community cookbooks!!!ReplyDelete
I find great cookbooks in consignment shops.Delete
My cousin usually does all the cooking. She gets a lot of recipes online from Martha Stewart and Food.com.ReplyDelete
I haven't tried any Martha Stewart recipes, but I love Paula Dean's cooking.Delete
My husband enjoys the traditional Thanksgiving meal but mostly the "from scratch" chocolate cake. He keeps asking for it, so I guess I am doing okay.ReplyDelete
Veronica, you are a dear. I don't bake as much since the kids are gone. I will make cookies and the occasional pie.Delete