(on-sale 10/6, Avon Impulse)
Ain’t What It Used To Be. And the entire book case leaned toward her.
walked toward her and she involuntarily jumped in place.
snatch the assistant managerial position at the Manhattan branch of Silvain’s, a national fashion retail conglomerate which specialized in hip clothing and accessories. Over the years she’d run into Ryan only briefly during her occasional visits home.
DARLENE PANZERA writes sweet, fun-loving romance and is a member of the Romance Writers of America’s Greater Seattle and Peninsula chapters. Her career launched when her novella “The Bet” was picked by Avon Books and New York Times bestselling author Debbie Macomber to be published within Debbie’s own novel, Family Affair. Darlene says, “I love writing stories
that help inspire people to laugh, value relationships, and pursue their dreams.”
Born and raised in New Jersey, Darlene is now a resident of the Pacific Northwest, where she lives with her husband and three children. When not writing she enjoys spending time with her family and her two horses, and loves camping, hiking, photography, and lazy days at the lake.Join her on Facebook or at www.darlenepanzera.com
Review of Montana Hearts: Her Weekend Wrangler
Review (4 Stars): Montana Hearts: Her Weekend Wrangler was a tender-hearted cowboy romance that will definitely pull on your heart strings. I instantly connected with Bree as she returned home to help care for her father and pick up the pieces of her past. Being home was difficult for Bree because she was forced to deal with the painful memories of the past and the feelings that she thought were buried for a certain cowboy who always seems to be there when she doesn’t need him. Ryan has always had feelings for Bree but past mistakes prevented these two from getting together but now that they need each other’s help, things are definitely heating up. Will Bree give Ryan a second chance on love or will the past prevent them from finally having a future?
I loved Bree and Ryan together and you could see the chemistry they had with one another coming from the pages. Bree had to deal with her painful memories and just by helping Ryan, she was able to deal with those emotions and make a fresh start. You could tell that training horses was difficult for her but she was willing to do anything to help her family and in the end, it helped her close a chapter in her life so she could finally move on. I loved Montana Hearts: Her Weekend Wrangler and I can’t wait to read more from Ms. Panzera.