Friday, May 12, 2017

A Tender Season by Mary Manners

Love blooms in the most unlikely places…

Hattie Cutler and Anthony Moretto have both survived the death of their spouses. With children grown and the Cutler Nursery business flourishing, Hattie decides it’s time to turn her attention to other endeavors. A community garden on the church grounds is just the place to start. She spearheads the project, and when Anthony steps in to offer his assistance more than gardening is on the agenda. The two have shared a long-time friendship which has blossomed into love; that truth is clear to everyone—with the exception of Hattie and Anthony. But can the two learn to sow more than vegetables and, in turn, reap a beautiful future together?


Mary Manners is a multi award-winning author of sweet romance. She has two sons and a daughter, as well as three beautiful grandchildren. She currently lives along the sunny shores of Jacksonville Beach with her husband Tim. 

While growing up in Chicago, Mary worked her way through a variety of jobs including paper girl, figure skating instructor, pizza chef, and nanny before going on to pursue a career in teaching and administration. Many of these experiences add a touch of humor to her stories. Mary loves long sunrise runs, lazy ocean sunsets, flavored coffee, and dark chocolate--lots of chocolate.

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My Review

A Tender Season is book one in the new series Diamond Knot Dreams. What a awesome beginning to a new series such a sweet romance. We are never to old to find true love.
Hattie and Anthony are both widowed. Both have grown children with children. Now is it to late to have a new love interest? Hattie works at the community garden for the church! She sure can make things grow she has a wonderful green thumb. But you know more the vegetables can grow in a garden. Will Hattie find love blooming there?
Great characters. Looking forward to the next novella. Well written by Mary Manners.  

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