Thursday, August 17, 2017

The Hibiscus Ladies Trilogy by Gaynell Parker

I'm so excited to share this fabulous trilogy with you! I love these three ladies who travel and face mysterious challenges together.  Happy reading!!!



The Hibiscus Ladies (Book One) 

Three best friends from high school have the chance to go to Hawaii for a week. While they find that paradise is not all it's cracked up to be, they also discover that friendship takes many forms and family aren't always a blood relation. Follow Sandi, Mary and Ray as they travel the crazy waters of friendship, travel and revenge. 




 

Wildflowers (Hibiscus Ladies, Book Two) 



Sandi, Mary and Ray find themselves in the wilds of Wyoming on a wagon train for their trip this year. Sandi decides the owner, Max, is as authentic as they come. Tall, handsome, strong, everything she's always looked for and never found -- but as stubborn as they come -- at first he rubs her totally the wrong way. Then attraction becomes mutual and things bloom as she, Mary and Ray work through issues and help solve a mystery that threatens their lives.




Snow Angels (Hibiscus Ladies, Book Three)


The Hibiscus Ladies are together again. Ray has invited them all to a winter retreat in a snow filled valley. They find mystery, work at their love lives and discover that you don't have to go far to find you're not alone!






Gaynell Parker - Author Bio

Gaynell Parker has been writing since she was 12 years old and read the Diary of Anne Frank. After a hiatus involving marriage and children, she's continued putting pen to paper. With the advent of the computer she found the keyboard much more to her liking! When she's not writing, she's painting (see her illustrations in Sorry, the Stork Takes No Returns) or playing with grandchildren. She's happily married to her wonderful husband of over 30 years, has seven children, four grandchildren, too many cats and two dogs. Her greatest desire is to spread happiness in her books. 
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