Publisher Description

A fun, standalone series from New York Times and USA Today bestselling author Jean Oram!

One woman. One case of self-denial. One hunky best friend who wants a lot more.

Watching the man she thought she'd marry tie the knot to someone else spurs small-town waitress, Mandy Mattson, to finally pursue her dreams of opening her own restaurant.

But she can't do it alone. . .

Mandy's going to need the help of her sexy, long-time best friend, Frankie Smith. He has everything she needs--and more. She fell for him years ago, but has never allowed their friendship to evolve into something more. After all, he's "Frankie fall-off-the-tower Smith,” and she has no intention of giving her heart to a dare devil like him. But what happens when Frankie asks Mandy to take the biggest dare of all?

The Blueberry Springs Series [STANDALONE NOVELS]--sweet, clean romances:

Whiskey and Gumdrops (Book 1)

Rum and Raindrops (Book 2)

Eggnog and Candy Canes (Book 3)

Sweet Treats (Book 4)

Vodka and Chocolate Drops (Book 5)

Tequila and Candy Drops (Book 6) Coming Sept 2016

Companion novel: Champagne and Lemon Drops NOW IN AUDIO!

Also by Jean Oram...

The Summer Sisters Tame the Billionaires:

Love and Rumors (Book 1)

Love and Dreams (Book 2)

Love and Trust (Book 3)

Love and Danger (Book 4)

Love and Mistletoe (Book 5)

For the Kids (so you can read in peace!)

1,001 Boredom Busting Play Ideas

November 1
Oram Productions
Katherine Jean Oram

Customer Reviews

Mama Wosch ,

Whiskey and Gumdrops

Loved to read about a woman who was afraid to ask for help. It takes a village! Looking forward to more tales about Blueberry Springs

emilyk52281 ,

Great read!

This is a excellent follow up to Champagne and Lemon Drops, book 1 in the Blueberry Springs series. I loved Mandy & Frankie's story. Whiskey and Gumdrops is a great read! Can not wait to see what happens in Blueberry Springs!

Nage nuhair ,

Premise is ok

To be honest, this book never moves. I read first two hundred pages and felt like I was still reading page 20. Skipped a hundred pages ahead and the character is still where we left her on page 100. Reading this book felt like a waste of time- needs more editing and character development

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