Artist Clay Cahill retreats to her hometown of Pine Cone, Georgia, when she’s betrayed by a woman she thought cared and the pressure of the New York City art world becomes too much. Setting paints aside, she takes a job at her grandfather’s garage seeking the restorative comfort of small town life where women are sweet and life flows as slow as molasses.
Manhattan art gallery owner River Hemsworth is preparing for a show when she’s informed her aunt has bequeathed her a local gallery in Pine Cone, a place where the idea of fashion is anything with a Carhartt label. En route to review inventory and unload the property quickly, River wrecks her car and Clay comes to her rescue.
If River can convince Clay to start painting again, she may be able to pull off the show that will make her career and quench the desires she never expected to feel again.
Reviews for Take My Hand
“A very good romance with an interesting plot and likeable characters. Recommended to all romance fans especially for those who love small town romances. I’m looking forward to the other two books in the Pine Cone Romance series by D. Jackson Leigh and VK Powell.” – Emma
“Lovely romance that oozes Southern charm. You can taste the fried green tomatoes and feel the heat in the air.” – Dr E
“First time I’ve read something from this author but won’t be the last. Really enjoyed this book, spent a pleasant day in the sun reading it. Looks like there may be more coming from this Southern town.” – Angela Murphy
“I was hooked from the first page. I liked the main characters of Clay & River, great storyline and loveable characters.” – Jane Guilfoyle