Garnet Flats by Devney Perry is available!


Garnet Flats by Devney Perry is now live!


Talia Eden loved Foster Madden for one year, two months and eleven days. It was on day 438 that her love died. The day he chose to marry her best friend. The day she vowed never to think of Foster again.

Until years later when he has the audacity to show up in her small hometown of Quincy, begging for her help. The ink on his divorce papers is barely dry, yet he comes armed with apologies and promises. She knows it’s all a ploy. Foster is the king of games and secrets. But he’s got delusions the size of Montana if he thinks she’ll help him train for a world championship fight. Except Talia has forgotten exactly what made Foster famous. The man has dedicated his life to victory. He’s steadfast. He’s determined. And he won’t stop fighting until he’s won her heart.

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Narrated by: Cindy Kay & Connor Crais


Winner winner chicken dinner! Another small town second chance romance in the book. This is the third book of The Edens series about professional fighter Foster Madden and a small-town doctor, Tally. Talia and Foster met in college. They were in love and had planned a future together but right before Talia moved away for medical school Foster broke her heart. He married her best friend. Talia left town and never looked back. Seven years later, Foster showed up at Talia hometown of Quincy. Newly divorcee, he reached out to Talia and had the nerve to give her the engagement ring that she picked out many moons ago in hope of winning her back. FAT CHANCE, right? Talia is pissed to say the least. She is no fool and isn’t about to fall for Foster’s charms again. WHOA! Talks about slow burn, angst and a whole lot of shovels. I love Foster and Talia relationship – they are very honest about their feelings and situations. They both don’t play games. Foster knows exactly who he wants in his future and is not afraid to let it be known. Talia, too is not about to hide how much Foster had hurt her in the past. I like that their relationship slowly builds up to something more meaningful and beautiful – it makes sense because there were a lot of trust and commitment issues. Talia is such a great character – she is kind hearted, hardworking, caring and she has the ability to forgive and open her heart to love again. When I read the blurb I was nervous for the hero – not such a stellar guy, but turns out he is a good guy at heart. Foster grew up a hard life, nothing is handed to him for free. Foster has a chip on his shoulder and he has a displaced sense that he has to provide the world for Talia but in fact all she wanted was just Foster, however he came. I adore the whole Edens clan – how they have fights but they always love each other hard. I could do away with all the drama with Vivi and her father but I guess that was the big part of Foster’s journey and how he became the man he is now. I love me a second chance romance especially one where the hero made a huge mistake and had to grovel his way back … talk about slow burn, angsts, and all the feels!!! It was all worth it at the end. There is a nice bonus epilogue if you singed up for newsletter at the end. Super cute. And OMG! We got a glimpse of Eloise and Jasper’s story – sounds like shotgun wedding and fake marriage. Cannot wait for Jasper Vale coming Feb, 2023 🙂  

Meet Devney

Devney is a USA Today bestselling author who lives in Washington with her husband and two sons. Born and raised in Montana, she loves writing books set in her treasured home state. After working in the technology industry for nearly a decade, she abandoned conference calls and project schedules to enjoy a slower pace at home with her family. Writing one book, let alone many, was not something she ever expected to do. But now that she’s discovered her true passion for writing romance, she has no plans to ever stop.

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