Tastes and Consequences: Flynn's Crossing Romantic Suspense Series Book 4

Genre: Romance, Romantic Suspense Thriller, Suspense Thrillers
$3.99

Book Summary

Were they jinxed from the start?

Roxy LaFollette is proud of the food empire she built in Flynn’s Crossing. With her nationally-acclaimed restaurant, her gourmet grocery, and her catering business, she has little time to indulge in any relationship. Besides, all men are scum in her opinion - her girl tribe friends’ fiancés and husbands excluded, of course. The results of a business decision, however, are about to put the reason for her cherished opinion at center stage in her life.

Movie director Mac Smythe knows it is probably best to let the past stay in the past. With so much riding on the success of the thriller he’s filming, he has no time for distractions. His taste for adventure has been tempered over the years, due in large part to the loss of the one woman he thought he could trust and love. But when fate gives him a second chance, it seems his desire to forgive the questions and lies is forever jinxed.

Are food, film and love enough to overcome past betrayals?

Length: 90,000 words

The Flynn’s Crossing series is contemporary romance set in the northern California foothills, suspense driven by small town secrets, and complex characters in compelling stories about friendship and love. You can enjoy the books out of order without ruining their surprises!

About the Author

Award winning author and storycatcher Yvonne Kohano writes contemporary romantic suspense in her Flynn's Crossing series, and (as Y J Kohano) psychological thrillers in her Mind Web series. She also writes nonfiction tips for creatives. In addition to running an indie press, Yvonne loves to cook (dedicated foodie), garden (plantaholic), travel (anywhere), and read and learn (anything). Follow her at www.YvonneKohano.com (fiction), www.GooseYourMuse.com (creativity tips), and Facebook and Twitter to learn what tickles her about being a writer.

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