Tuesday, February 3, 2015


In this Blog Hop, I'm going to share with you a romantic and sweet book, Good Luck!!
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Treasure on Moon Lake (Love on the Lake Book 1)

By Amy Gamet

True love is hiding where you least expect to find it... 

Jewelry designer Tori Henderson had one whopper of a crush on Gabe Trainor when they were teenagers. Now her mother is marrying Gabe’s father, an event that’s bound to put Tori and Gabe on a collision course down memory lane, and this time Tori is determined to make an impression. 

But her attention is divided when her shop, Tori’s Treasures, teeters on the brink of bankruptcy. She sinks her last dime into a treasure hunt that could drum up enough business to get her back in the black... or kill her shop once and for all. 

Corporate tycoon Jed Trainor would rather chew glass than attend his estranged father’s wedding, and he certainly doesn’t need to see his half-brother Gabe after the other man put the moves on Jed’s one-time fianc√©. But Jed needs somewhere to lay low, fast, and Moon Lake seems like the perfect place to do it. 

When they learn Gabe is bringing a date to the wedding, Jed offers to bring Tori himself, knowing any woman on his arm is sure to be on Gabe’s radar. But his ploy for her attention just may blow up in his face. Can Jed prove to Tori he’s the Trainor brother she really belongs with?

About The Author
I'm a USA Today bestselling author with three kids, a husband, a slightly stinky and poorly trained dog, and an ancient calico cat who doesn't like people.
My house is in a perpetual state of disarray despite my constant attempts to clean it. Old women at grocery stores tell me how lucky I am, that it all goes so fast, and I nod my head and say something pithy like, "It sure does!" while trying to keep the baby from changing the language on the card reader screen or voiding my entire transaction.
I'm that woman.
People ask when I find time to write, and I point to my husband, the sweet frazzled sight of him as he hoses down a screaming child with one hand and unloads the dishwasher with the other. That, my friends, is romance. Well, it's what the best romances turn into if you're lucky.
As you read this, I'm probably putting someone into time-out, cleaning something, or explaining to my progeny why I put him/her into time-out or why I shouldn't have to clean whatever it was I just cleaned. Or maybe, if your timing is just perfectly right, I'm sitting on the purple reclining loveseat in a basement full of toys, writing my next big novel while my husband takes care of the chaos for a while.
For him, and for the kids and the stinky, cranky pets, and for the opportunity to tell you a story, I am grateful. I hope you enjoy my work.
Author Websitewww.amygamet.com



  1. Replies
    1. Why not??? I must know! Good luck and thanks for stopping by!!

  2. I don't, but it's because I think that this idea of falling in love and staying together no matter what isn't realistic. I think there is a group of people you could fall in love with and have it be mutual, but it's up to the two of you to tough out the rough spots and keep loving each other. Had someone in my life that I could've ended up marrying, his family felt the same way, and he was obsessed with me just as much as I was. Then I got sick. I think that's what made him leave, not wanting to deal with my health. It's not an uncommon situation either - health can split people apart that you'd have never thought would leave each other. Stuff happens, I guess. (to be fair, I *never* believed in true love; this just kind of confirmed my thoughts on it...it didn't make me switch from a believer to non-believer, didn't jade me)

  3. Yes, I do.
    jen dot barnard at btinternet dot com