Blurb: The trouble with Heartache Nina Spencer swore she was done with Heartache, Tennessee, when she left the town—and her sexy ex, Mack—in her rearview mirror. But when her bakery business is rocked by scandal, she needs a place to regroup. What she doesn't need is Mack Finley reminding her of peach-flavored kisses and the hold he still has on her. Mack never forgot Nina—not that he didn't try. Yet between caring for his family and organizing the annual Harvest Fest, he's overwhelmed and he needs Nina's help. They can work together without getting swept up in memories and the rush of brand-new passion…right?You can find Promises Under the Peach Tree on Goodreads You can buy Promises Under the Peach Tree here: - Amazon - Barnes & Noble - Kobo - Books A Million - IndieBound - iBooks About the Author: Three-time RITA nominee Joanne Rock never met a romance subgenre she didn't enjoy. The author of over sixty romances from contemporary to medieval historical, Joanne dreams of one day penning a book for every Harlequin series. A former Golden Heart recipient, she has won numerous awards for her stories. Learn more about Joanne's imaginative Muse by visiting her online: - Website - Facebook - Twitter - Goodreads - Pinterest - Instagram - Amazon page - Google + - Tumblr - Youtube - Joanne Rock’s Romance Wiki There is a tour wide giveaway for the book blitz of Promises Under the Peach Tree, with one US only and one international prize! These are the prizes you can win: - Romance and More prize pack, which includes 4 classic blaze title by Joanne Rock, The Sweet Spot by Stephanie Evanovich, a keepsake vintage Harlequin notebook, sticky-note weekly calendar, lotion and nail polish (US only) - Paperbacks from The Bookdepository of Shelter Me by Catherine Mann, Someone Like You by Karen Rock and Promises Under the Peach Tree by Joanne Rock (International) You can enter the giveaway below: a Rafflecopter giveaway
My thoughts: I really enjoyed reading this book. There were many characters besides Nina and Mack. It deals with old love, moving away or running away, a girl dealing with her parents not getting along. I felt like I was there with them, seeing the orchards and smelling the peaches. I have never read any of her books, but I will be sure to pick up her other books. I apologize if my blog is plain. I am still learning my way around this. I don't want to give out any more of the story, but this was a great fun read to end the summer.