Excitement. That’s what Jaycee has been saving for since high school. With plans to leave rural Twain, Georgia, the “to where” and the “to what” have been the only questions stopping her. Will her intentions change when Dash Matheson pulls her wandering heart in his direction? Feel the summer heat of the Fourth of July in this southern series as Jaycee finds love.
“I loved everything about Faith, Love, and Fried Chicken by Laura J. Marshall! Its sweet romance tugged on my heart strings and made my heart skip a few beats every time Dash and Jaycee were together. The innocence and intensity of their love was like listening to a sweet song of longing that is brought to life with a fun and lively rhythm.”
“It had me laughing out loud at some places and I grinned during at least 2/3 of the story. One of the few stories that I’d ever call adorable.”
It’s autumn in Twain, Georgia. Jaycee has herself a new job and with it, a new problem. Is it something bug spray can fix? Dash is struggling with more than just the reality of the pain from his injury. Could Jaycee be hiding something from him? The pumpkins are ripe on the vine and the pecans are ready to be shelled. Come spend Thanksgiving week in this southern series as Jaycee finds love.
“Laura J Marshall has done it again! She has made these characters touch my heart in such a real way that at times I forgot that they are fictional. I can feel their struggles in my own heart, and I sympathize and hurt along with them.”
“Just as good as the first and can’t wait for the third! Just keep falling in love with the characters more and more.”
Public humiliation. That’s what Jaycee faces on a regular basis during the days leading up to Christmas. And wrapped up in the off-the-wall job is a thief waiting to be caught. Dash is planning for perfection, yet when push comes to shove, is there such a thing? Christmas in all its hustle and bustle with bright colored lights has arrived. Slow down a spell in this southern series as Jaycee finds love.
“Absolutely love this series! the characters, the trials, their faith in God.”
“Bought it today. Read it today. And was sad when it was over. It was over too soon! Love the characters and love watching them grow together. Can’t wait til Spring now!”
Marriage plans are in full swing, but circumstances around Jaycee and Dash’s wedding have gone from stressful to worrying. Will the pains of life cause them to postpone for a more convenient time? Let the peach-perfumed air of spring caress you in this last installment of this southern series as Jaycee finds love.
“The finale of this series couldn’t have been more perfect…You will walk away with a peace that cannot be put into words and a heart that is a little more open and humble then it was before.”
Author note: I was driving in the car with the windows down and I hit the search button on the radio, landing on a local country music station. A song came on talking about fried chicken and in a flash, I saw the story in my head. I wrote most of the story at a local upscale grocery store that has a balcony and tables for patrons. I sat outside a lot in the heat there, getting the feel for a hot summer in Georgia.