Virginia Manning’s performance career plans are interrupted to focus on family, taking her down a path she would never have chosen.
A knee injury blows Blake Oliver’s chance for an NFL career. He opts for a fresh start in a small New England town, accepting the position of a football coach for the newly formed football team at the Waverly School.
During football season, Virginia’s relationship with the new football coach goes from problematic to romantic. After Blake’s brush with death, a scared Virginia runs away looking for the contentment and security music has always brought to her life. Football takes a backseat when Blake realizes it’s not where you live, but having someone to love. Can he convince Virginia?
Award winning author Rachel Jones is a Labor & Delivery RN by night and a writer by day. Her love of reading romance novels prompted her at age fifty-seven to write her first contemporary romance manuscript. She loves composing stories about strong women and sweet romance. Her books reflect her love of the performing arts. Her twenty-eight-year career in healthcare has influenced the threads of medical drama woven into her storylines.
When she’s not working or writing, Rachel loves traveling, sewing and making music. She lives in Kennesaw, Georgia her husband of thirty-nine years. They have three grown children and one spoiled Labrador retriever. Rachel is a member of Georgia Romance Writers, Georgia Writers Association, Heart of Dixie Romance Writers, and is a PAN member of Romance Writers of America.