Ride with Me


Fall for someone who could destroy her livelihood?

Hotel magnate Henry Scott lives life in the fast lane. True to form, when his great-uncle leaves him property and a Victorian house in Chapel Cove, he takes a weekend drive, only intending on staying long enough to evaluate his new found assets. If they aren’t a viable option for the next Scott Leisure Resort, he just might consider selling to the couple who’d expressed an interest in buying the old place. After all, if not for them, he would never have known about this last part of his great-uncle’s will, sealed for almost a decade.

When her new neighbor rolls into town, Tash Thornton is less than impressed. Not only is the man presumptuous and audacious, he’s downright egotistical. His grand plans for the property adjoining her stables, tack shop, and riding school do not bode well for her business.

Love thy neighbor, the Bible teaches—those people who cross your path each day. But with Henry Scott owning the land right next door, Tash fears God may expect her to show him a double portion of love.

Ride with Me, Chapel Cove Romances Book 10, is a WOW! book. I fell in love with Chapel Cove and all of its citizens in the first book and have enjoyed getting to know everyone better in each subsequent book.  This is one of those books that I so thoroughly enjoyed the 1st time I read it, even though it was the pre-publish TINY print, that I was MORE than happy to have an excuse to read it again a few days later. Again, it was tiny print. And now I’m enjoying the Kindle version that has print size options and I can highlight all of the many parts that encourage my heart the 1st two times that I read Tash and Henry’s beautiful (and sometimes hilarious) love story. If I had to pick what I loved best in this fabulous story, it might be watching God make Himself known to Henry as his Everlasting, Perfect, Loving Father. Especially as He uses a reluctant Tash to light the way! Of all of the books, Ride with Me, has spoken the most to my heart. I pray that everyone who reads this book will find as many nuggets of spiritual encouragement as I did. ~ Sarah Sarber, Horse Riding Instructor

Ride with Me is the perfect title for this story. Each of the main characters had an aversion to the other’s form of transportation. But that wasn’t the only thing causing tension between Tash and Henry, they seem to find ways without any help from anyone else! Life can seem like it’s passing you by; sometimes you’re in the fast lane, and sometimes you’re moseying along. Both can be good. In this story, we get to return to Chapel Cove and finally see what God has planned for Tash’s life. Oh, I had fun reading this book. I loved all the banter with each and every one of these characters. The characters are written in such a way that they are real and believable. I’d love to meet them, but unfortunately, they’re all fictional! Now this series is written by three wonderful authors and is one of my favorites to read for many reasons. Mostly, because it’s placed in my beautiful state and because I have been with it from the very beginning and will continue until these wonderful authors choose to draw it to a close. They have made Chapel Cove so real I want to go there, HOWEVER, it’s not real. My mind knows this, but my heart wants it to be real so I can meet these wonderful characters. If you want a fun series to read and to hear of a beautiful place called Oregon, then you need to pick this book and this series up. ~ Marylin Furumasu, MF Literary Works