You can hide from your past; you can hide from your future—but can you ever hide from love?
He’s spent the last ten years hiding from his past. That’s meant staying on the move, never settling in any place for too long, and never letting anyone get too close.
Summer Lake is different. It’s a place he doesn’t want to move on from. His job as a pilot means he’s away half the time, but when he’s home, he’s surrounded by good people. People he’s allowed himself to care about.
He’s made friends—friends who accept that he doesn’t share much about who he is or where he’s from. There’s a girl who he wishes could be more than a friend. They almost got together when he first came to the lake, but he couldn’t take the risk. His heart wanted so much more, but he had to hide his heart and be content with her friendship.
She’s hoped for more since the day she met him, but she, too, has had to settle for friendship.
Hearts can only stay hidden for so long, but when there’s too much love to hide, will the danger from his past finally track him down and destroy them both?
Get your copy of this sweet and steamy story today to find out.
This book is intended for adult readers 18+
Summer Lake Seasons series is sweet n steamy, small town romance with a focus on fun, friendships and happily ever afters. It follows a group of friends in a small lakeside town in the California hills.
Book 1: Take These Broken Wings
Book 2: Too Much Love to Hide
there are several more to come.
Summer Lake Series
In the original Summer Lake Series each book can be read as a standalone – no cliff hangers here! Each book contains one couple's story. However, they are best read in order to get full enjoyment of the underlying story and friendships.
Book 1: Love Like You've Never Been Hurt - Emma and Jack
Book 2: Work Like You Don't Need the Money - Pete and Holly
Book 3: Dance Like Nobody's Watching - Missy and Dan
Book 4: Fly Like You've Never Been Grounded - Smoke and Laura
Book 5: Laugh Like You've Never Cried - Michael and Megan
Book 6: Sing Like Nobody's Listening - Kenzie and Chase
Book 7: Smile Like You Mean It - Gabe and Renée
Book 8: The Wedding Dance - Missy and Dan's Wedding
Book 9: Chasing Tomorrow - Ben's backstory with Charlotte
Book 10: Dream Like Nothing's Impossible - April and Eddie
Book 11: Ride Like You've Never Fallen - Nate and Lily
Book 12: Live Like There's No Tomorrow - Ben's story
Book 13: The Wedding Flight – Smoke and Laura’s Wedding
Summer Lake Silver is a new series featuring couple in their fifties and older. Just because a few decades—or more—have skipped by since you were in your twenties it doesn’t mean you can’t find love, does it? Summer Lake Silver stories find happily ever afters for those who remember being thirty-something—vaguely.
Like Some Old Country Song – Clay and Marianne
Remington Ranch series
Meet the sexy brothers of Remington Ranch! Just like in SJ's Summer Lake Romance series you can expect a story that is both sweet and steamy!
Four Weddings and a Vendetta
A Chance and a Hope series
These are NOT meant to be read as standalone stories and need to be read in order.
Book 1: Chance Encounter
Book 2: Finding Hope
Book 3: Give Hope a Chance
The Hamiltons Series
This series follows the Hamilton family in California wine country. If you recognize the name Hamilton it’s because this is Smoke’s family who own one of the largest wine growing and distribution businesses in the country. In this set of connected stand-alone books you will meet Smoke’s brother and sister as well as a couple of cousins.
Red Wine and Roses
Champagne and Daisies
Marsala and Magnolias
Prosecco and Peonies
The Davenports Series
The sexy brothers, of the Billionaire Davenport family. In their own words they are - the "Suit", the "Vet" and the "Geek."
Customer ReviewsSee All
Just love love this book. Held my interest the whole time.
Story construction is sloppy Characters are flat “F” is noun, verb, adjective, etc.
Too Much Love Too Hide
Great book. If you love a love story. Made it all come to life. Yes I read to get away from my life. Don’t know what I’d do without books;