>>>>>What happens when the very beautiful and sexy Maria Brooks, now Elena Johnson, a woman hiding out in Provence, France, from the California legal authorities, meets Jordan Kramer, a handsome art theft detective from Los Angeles?
>>>>>He’s looking for stolen California paintings reportedly for sale in Provence. She’s trying to stay under the radar. Both share a love of food and wine. Will Jordan find Pierre, the French chef who’s suspected of being the art theft? And who are those young Afghan girls hiding out in his parents’ home?
>>>>>If you liked Dianne Harman’s award-winning novel, Blue Coyote Motel, you don’t want to miss Coyote in Provence. Great food, art, and Romantic Suspense at its best!
>>>>>Blue Coyote Motel, the first book in the Coyote Series, was a quarter finalist in Amazon’s Breakthrough Novel Award contest, a Goodreads Psychological Thriller Book of the Month, and an e-thriller Book of the Month. Coyote in Provence continues the story of Maria, the captivating character in the trilogy
Coyote in Provence was a great read, it kept my on the edge my seat dying to know what would happen next. This was the perfect example of how things are not always black and white and that judgement can’t be made until you have the entire picture.
This story took place in Provence, France. Elena was their to escape bad memories and the death of her husband from California. Cooking was her passion and went to work at local restaurant. My heart went out to her because she really had a hard time. But she was so kind, caring, giving, compassionate and strong.
Jordan came to Provence because he was a detective investigating stolen art, stolen from California. As soon as Elena and Jordan met the chemistry was strong. But Jordan was sexy, fun, caring, loyal, honest, supportive and understanding, making him hard to resist. Elena knew the last person she she be involved with was a cop, especially from California. They quickly learned things aren’t always what them seem and have to make difficult decisions that could change their life.
This was an excellent read, that tugged at numerous emotions. I laughed and cried, but this book was truly touching and heartwarming. I highly recommend this book. I was given an ARC copy of this book by the author in exchange for a honest review, All thoughts and opinions are my own.