Meet Heather Heyford--Author of A TASTE OF SAKE, a #Contemporary #Romance




I met Heather through our area writers group--Central Pennsylvania Romance Writers. She also writes for Kensington Books (Lyrical Press). If you like contemporary romances, you will enjoy her series, The Napa Wine Heiresses.  Here is a message from Heather:


"Love One Another" . . .  That's the theme of the season. Unconditional love is also the theme of my latest release, A TASTE OF SAKE. But it's hard to feel like you're deserving of love when your father never publicly acknowledged you and your mother kicked you to the curb. So when impoverished Sake St. Pierre finally is welcomed into the magnificent home that is her birthright, it's no wonder she has a tough time believing she's worthy of it. Only her compassionate sisters and the patience and understanding of a kind, honest man convince Sake that she can trust without reservation.

I hope this holiday season finds you happy and loved, and I'm wishing you the best new year ever. Cheers! 

Heather Heyford


A TASTE OF SAKE (The Napa Wine Heiresses) by Heather Heyford:

Sake, the half-Japanese, all-wild love child of wine maker Xavier St. Pierre, is dragged against her will to meet her 3 accomplished sisters, Chardonnay, Sauvignon and Merlot. Along the way, Sake loses her job, her dog, and her heart. Can the black sheep of the family ever measure up to her fancy siblings? And how will she learn to trust mild-mannered Realtor Bill Diamond, when rejection is all she’s ever known?


A TASTE OF SAKE on Amazon


A TASTE OF SAKE on Barnes and Noble






Other Books in Heather's Napa Wine Heiresses series:

A TASTE OF CHARDONNAY, Book 1
A TASTE OF MERLOT, Book 2
A TASTE OF SAUVIGNON, Book 3





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USA TODAY Bestselling Author Karen Rose Smith is an only child who delved into books at an early age. She learned about kindred spirits from Anne of Green Gables, solved mysteries with Nancy Drew and wished she could have been the rider on The Black Stallion. Yet even though she escaped often into story worlds, she had many aunts, uncles and cousins around her on weekends. Her sense of family and relationships began there. Maybe that's why families are a strong theme in her novels, whether mysteries or romances. Her 91st novel will be released in 2016.

Readers often ask her about her pastimes. She has herb, flowers and vegetable gardens that help her relax. In the winter, she cooks rather than gardens.  And year round she spends most of her time with her husband, as well as her four rescued cats who are her constant companions. They chase rainbows from sun catchers, reminding her life isn't all about work, awards and bestseller lists. Everyone needs that rainbow to chase.

Karen looks forward to interacting with readers. They can find her at the links below. 


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