A Promise at Bluebell Hill (Valentine Valley Series #4)

A Promise at Bluebell Hill (Valentine Valley Series #4)

by Emma Cane

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Welcome to Valentine Valley, where romance blooms and love captivates even the most guarded of hearts . . .

From the moment Secret Service agent Travis Beaumont strides into the town and through the door of Monica Shaw's flower shop, she feels a sizzle of attraction. After years of putting everyone else's needs first, Monica is ready to grab hold of life. If she can just persuade the ultimate protector to let his own walls down for once . . .

The President's son is getting married in Valentine Valley, and Travis should be avoiding all distractions . . . not fantasizing about a forthright, sexy-as-hell florist. Especially when she's keeping secrets that could jeopardize his assignment. But just this once, Travis is tempted to put down the rulebook and follow his heart—right to Monica's door.

Roses are red, violets are blue, and in Valentine Valley, love will always find you.

Product Details

ISBN-13: 9780062242532
Publisher: HarperCollins Publishers
Publication date: 02/25/2014
Series: Valentine Valley Series , #4
Pages: 384
Product dimensions: 4.19(w) x 6.75(h) x 0.96(d)

About the Author

Emma Cane grew up reading, and soon discovered that she liked to write passionate stories of teenagers in space. Her love of “passionate stories” has never gone away, although today she concentrates on the heartwarming characters of Valentine, Colorado, a small town of her own creation nestled in the Rocky Mountains. Now that her three children are grown, Emma loves spending time crocheting and singing (although not necessarily at the same time), and hiking and snowshoeing alongside her husband, Jim, and two rambunctious dogs, Apollo and Uma. Emma also writes USA Today bestselling novels under the name Gayle Callen.

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A Promise at Bluebell Hill (Valentine Valley Series #4) 4.6 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 12 reviews.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Book 4 of the Valentine Valley Series was very good reading... The visit of the first woman president of the US to Valentine for her sons wedding gave the book a "different" slant... Monica (town florist) and Travis (lead Secret Service agent) had an interesting (humorousand serious) relationship... As usual the "widows" brought hilarity to the pages. I think I enjoyed the first three books a bit more but this one certainly added to the fun.. I like Ms. Cane's writing style and will look forward to the next book in the series...
judiOH More than 1 year ago
emma cane has a talent for writing romance novels that are really romantic, and encompass more than just the romantic couple. there are always other things happening in the small town that everyone is involved in. you feel as though you could reach in and be there. tis is a cintuning series, but each story could stand alone, but why should it when the other storires are so good also? if you want a truly romantic story to read, one that will eventuall make you go awwww, emma cane is the one to read!
booknerdDS More than 1 year ago
I thought this was cute romance but really nothing spectacular… I thought that the plot sounded very interesting and exciting but, honestly, it fell a little shot. Although Monica Shaw was really a cute and fun heroine I thought she and Secret Service agent Travis Beaumont had very little chemistry. Also, there are many characters from the previous books in the series that show up and although it was pleasant to hear about them, since I didn’t know their stories I wasn’t overly invested. Monica is thirty years old, all her friends are married, getting married or having children. Monica feels like it’s time for her to settle down and find a significant other as well. When Travis is in town she is drawn to him and immediately her interest is piqued. Travis is on an important mission, he is usually when I start a romance novel I want to see how the couple works their way to understanding and loving each other, but I had to fight to keep interested. The hero and heroine left a little to be desired. Part of the reason was Travis, as fitting his profession, is very flat. He is not very expressive and there is very little outward emotions to him. It was interesting that Monica found this aspect of his personality intriguing. Granted Travis has a big job ahead of him and he needs to focus. He is very dedicated to his job. Apparently so dedicated that it cost him his first marriage. The reminders of his heartache keep him from allowing himself to get to emotionally involved. Overall, this was a cute romance. I like small town romances and this was definitely a small town romance. I think that fans of the Valentine Valley series will really like this book because there are a lot of stories about other characters that I assume made an appearance in other books. What I really liked was the creative plot behind the “romance”. The president (woman president at that) is going to be in town for her son’s wedding and Valentine Valley is about to have its world turned inside out as special agents take over their small town. Overall, not incredible but cute.
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This is a great book series!!
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Can't wait to read next book. Love characters.
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