On Lavender Lane: A Shelter Bay Novel

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Penguin, Jan 3, 2012 - Fiction - 400 pages
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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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User Review  - cranberrytarts - LibraryThing

This was a sweet reunited lovers story (one of my favorite romance tropes). I especially liked that it was Lucas who wanted a permanent relationship. I don't think that happens often enough in novels ... Read full review

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User Review  - rdh123 - LibraryThing

I enjoy this series. Maddie, a t.v chef finds out her famous chef husband is having an affair. The it viral thru youtube. She returns to Shelter Bay to her grandmother. The boy she loved at age 18 has also returned home. Read full review

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JoAnn Ross is the New York Times and USA Today bestselling author of the Shelter Bay series. She’s written more than 100 contemporary romance and suspense novels and has been published in 26 countries. Ross lives with her husband and three rescue dogs in the Pacific Northwest.

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