On Lavender Lane

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Thorndike Press, 2012 - Fiction - 583 pages
9 Reviews
Former Navy SEAL Lucas Chaffee is settling back into civilian life, refurbishing a farmhouse for an old friend who plans to turn it into a culinary school. Celebrity TV chef Madeline Durand has been publicly humiliated by a philandering husband. So Madeline jumps at the chance to return to Shelter Bay to recover and help her grandmother turn the family farm into a new business.
Little does she know that the man who broke her heart years ago is already on the job-or that he's going to cook up a recipe of passion, patience, and perseverance to win her over.

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Review: On Lavender Lane (Shelter Bay #3)

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A good romance. The beginning was a bit slow, the ending a bit rushed, but good. The sideline story wasn't finished. I hope we see more of Phoebe in the next book. Read full review

Review: On Lavender Lane (Shelter Bay #3)

User Review  - Goodreads

A good romance. The beginning was a bit slow, the ending a bit rushed, but good. The sideline story wasn't finished. I hope we see more of Phoebe in the next book. Read full review

About the author (2012)

Romance author JoAnn Ross was born in Santa Monica, California and grew up in Oregon. Before becoming a full-time author in 1983, she worked as an advertising account executive and for a large metropolitan newspaper. She has written over 95 novels and has won numerous awards including Romantic Times's Career Achievement Awards in both category and contemporary single title. She also writes under the names of JoAnn Robbins and JoAnn Robb. Because she gives writing workshops on-line and at conferences, she was named the Romance Writers of America's Pro-Mentor of the Year. She currently lives with her husband in Tennessee.

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