Jill Haymaker brings you back to picturesque Peakview, Colorado in this small town western romance. Sam Phillips has given up on love since the death of his wife. With only his small dog, Marshall, for company, he’s content to live out his life alone. That is until he meets the perky and vivacious, Vickie Dalton at her son’s wedding. There’s just something about her that makes him want to reopen his closed heart.
Vickie, widowed at a young age, has spent her life raising her children and grandchildren in Tumbleweed, Wyoming. Romance for herself is the farthest thing from her mind when she travels to Colorado for the wedding. But when she looks into those bright blue eyes, she senses that Sam in one of a kind. Is she too old to take a chance on love, especially if it means leaving her home and grandchildren behind?
Under the glow of a Colorado winter moon, can these two lonely people discover a passion they thought was long gone. Can they find a way to juggle family and location to be together? Come home to Peakview, Colorado where everyone has a chance at love.
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Jill Haymaker was born and raised in Indiana and Ohio. She attended Bowling Green State University before moving to Fort Collins, Colorado. Ms. Haymaker has made her home in Fort Collins ever since except when she attended law school at the University of Nebraska in Lincoln, Nebraska. She has practiced family law in Fort Collins for the past 20 years. She has three grown children, a son and two daughters. and three granddaughters.
Jill has always had a passion for writing. Colorado Sunset was her first full length romance novel. It is the first in a series of novels centered in the small town of Peakview, Colorado. There are currently six books in the Peakview series and she is working on the seventh.She has published several short stories. Her latest story is in a book entitled Chicken Soup for the Soul, Random Acts of Kindness.
When not practicing law or writing, Jill enjoys gardening, long walks with her Shetland Sheepdog, Laddie, and spending time with her children and grandchildren. She enjoys all kinds of sporting events. She is an avid football fan and loves cheering on the Broncos, the CSU Rams, and the Huskers. She has a passion for working with high school youth- she is a youth group leader at her church, coaches a high school Mock Trial Team, and volunteers for with high school cross country and track teams.