Sheila Roberts' Starting Over on Blackberry Lane Recipe Contest
Your Recipe Could Win You a Rachael Ray Cookware Set!
Check out Sheila Roberts’ STARTING OVER ON BLACKBERRY LANE Recipe Contest!
How many of you Night Owls have a main dish or dessert recipe you love to whip up for family and friends? Sheila Roberts invites you to share that gem in a contest to promote her February 28 novel, STARTING OVER ON BLACKBERRY LANE.
A foodie herself, Sheila peoples her light-hearted contemporary romances with people who also love to cook and eat. In STARTING OVER ON BLACKBERRY LANE, one character is a gifted baker; another, a chef. A third is a food photographer, who’s doing the food shoots for a cookbook Icicle Falls resident Beth Mallow is publishing of her late mother’s treasured recipes.
And tucked into the back pages of this delightful story about three friends who all hire the same hunky handyman are Sheila’s own personal recipes.
About that handyman, Grant Masters—he’s new in town, and to promote his new Honey Do business, he’s donated a free home repair job for Icicle Falls’ Raise the Roof bake-off fundraiser. Turns out there’s more to Grant than a handsome face and a gift with his tools. But you’ll need to read the book to learn about his other special assets.
Go enter the contest and pre-order STARTING OVER ON BLACKBERRY LANE now. You can reach Sheila on www.sheilasplace.com and on Facebook.
Sheila’s Facebook page: https://www.facebook.com/pages/Sheila-Roberts/76502579853
Entry for this event is now over. Visit the contest page.
Starting Over on Blackberry Lane - Life in Icicle Falls, #10
Time for a Change—or Three!
Stefanie Stahl has a husband with renovation ADD. He can't seem to finish anything he starts and her house is littered with his "projects." If he doesn't smarten up, she swears she's going to murder him and bury him under the pile of scrounged lumber in the backyard.
Her friend Griffin James is suddenly single and thinking maybe she needs to sell her fixer-upper and follow her career bliss up the ladder of success, even if that scary ladder is clear across the country. Getting her place ready to sell proves harder than she originally thought. She needs help.
She's not the only one. Cass Wilkes, their neighbor, has an empty nest—with a leaking roof. When her ceiling crashes in, she knows it's time to do something. When Grant Masters offers his handyman services at a fund-raiser auction, the three women go in together to outbid the competition and win their man. (Cass's friends think she should win Grant in a different way, too!) Now it's time to make some improvements…in their houses and their lives.