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Adventures in Amethyst Series Collection, Volume 1 (Books 1-4)

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Amethyst, Wisconsin is a small, peaceful town on a pristine lake with an active tourist season in summer. When the air turns chill, the area is transformed into a ghost town with only a handful of lifers who stay. Populated with colorful characters, Amethyst is bursting with mystery, romance, and jealousy. Come and visit a place where anything is possible all-year-round.

ADVENTURES IN AMETHYST SERIES is a collection of the first 4 novellas in the series, including A Rose for Romeo (Book 1), Revenge in Amethyst (Book 2), Reckless Rose (Book 3), Christmas in Amethyst (Book 4). 

Book 1: A Rose for Romeo

Dr. Melina Rose is sick of discussing, listening to, and writing about sex.  She's spent her life avoiding intimacy in her own personal life.After abandoning everything she's worked all her life for, she returns to the small, peaceful town of Amethyst, Wisconsin she grew up in only to discover that everything has changed--everything except her crush on her sister's old boyfriend Scott "Romeo" Romero.

Book 2: Revenge in Amethyst

After abandoning everything she's worked all her life for as a nationally renowned sex therapist and author, Melina Rose has returned to the small, peaceful town of Amethyst, Wisconsin she grew up in and fallen in love with her sister's old boyfriend Scott "Romeo" Romero. Scott and Melina are ecstatically expecting a baby and planning their wedding.  Everyone in town has agreed to keep Melina's past as Dr. Mindy Rose a secret.However, someone in Amethyst is driven by jealousy to see Melina's dream-life come crashing down...

Book 3: Reckless Rose

Even bad girls need love...

When Reece Childs rolls back into Amethyst to stay, Lona Rose realizes her reckless crush on the older brother of a former beau is still waging hot and heavy. But how to prevent the rumors and mistakes of her past from ruining the start of something wonderful?

Book 4: Christmas in Amethyst

Eager to make it up to her son's many disappointments in the past year, single mom Sheila Mason takes a shift at the restaurant she works on Christmas day in order to buy Dev a puppy. When a creepy customer follows her on the deserted road from the restaurant to her home in Amethyst, her holidays go from bad to worse. 

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  • Detra Fitch of Huntress Reviews
    Aug 22, 2017, 03:26
    Four stories under one cover.

    A Rose for Romeo (Romance)

    When it reached the point that she dreaded going to work each day, Dr. Melina Rose quits counseling and returns to her home town. She had left Amethyst, Wisconsin, seventeen years ago after her mother died and her father began an intimate relationship with someone almost immediately. Arriving in town, Melina goes to a realtor to purchase the McNulty house. It would take a lot to restore the place, but Melina would accept no other house. Problem is that the house sold only two days prior. So Melina goes to the place to speak with the new owner. That turns out to be Scott “Romeo” Romero. He will happily give the house to her, no money needed, but they would restore the place together first.

    *** THREE STARS! Much of this story deals with setting up various characters with their past histories. A small section sets the ground work for a bad guy who will appear in the next tale. The romance between Melina and Scott is too fast (for me.) It will continue to grow in the next story.

    Revenge in Amethyst (Romantic Suspense)

    Melina thinks that her suffocating counseling career is all in her past; however, that past is coming back to haunt her. Lawrence Caruso, her most disturbed patient, is searching for her. Melina is not too worried until the New York Times runs an article about her and tells the world where she is.

    **** FOUR STARS! Melina and Scott’s romance continues, but there is a lot of suspense mixed in this time. Melina’s sister, Lona, gets more of her past told since she will be one of the main characters in the next episode. The author certainly knows how to build drama! I loved it! ****

    Reckless Rose (Romance)

    (Our story begins a couple of years after the last ends.)
    Lona Rose has been through two divorces. The mistakes of her reckless past would be whispered about in town until the day she dies. But now Lona is no longer restless and actually wants to put down some roots. She wants a good man and a family, just like Melina has. But there is no man in town that interests Lona, until Reece Childs comes back to Amethyst.

    *** THREE STARS! This is a very short story. Lona is nothing like she was in the first two sections. Though Melina and Lona will never be close sisters, they at least seem to be getting along better. In my opinion, the author does not give enough information about Reece or about the attraction Reece and Lona shared long ago. This is a very whirlwind romance. ***

    Christmas in Amethyst (Romantic Suspense)

    Sheila Mason once had a baby boy with Travis Dannon. Travis left and never wanted much (if anything) to do with his son. Sheila loves Devlin “Dev” more than anything though. She makes more money working at a truck stop than she ever could in town, so it is worth an almost hour drive to get to and fro the place. Today is Christmas Eve and Sheila needs the overtime and tips to earn the last one hundred dollars to buy Dev the Christmas present he has wanted for so long, a Golden Retriever puppy. But when a creepy customer begins following her after the shift, Sheila wants nothing more than to reach the safety of Officer Jeb Duncan.

    ***** FIVE STARS! Wow! This entire story covers a single day, beginning early in the morning of Christmas Eve. Dev is a darling boy and has had cameos throughout the other tales. It is wonderful to finally see his mother get her own story told. Jeb is just awesome and I personally felt that Sheila should have snatched him up much sooner. I, as the reader, got to meet Travis too. I am happy to say that I do not know any man as immature and irresponsible as him. Of all the stories in this volume, this one is the best! *****

    Reviewed by Detra Fitch of Huntress Reviews
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