“Promise of the Heart is the third book in the Moments of the Heart series and the continuation of the romantic love story between an independent farm girl turned city dweller and a very wealthy vineyard owner. Without giving away too much, our heroine, Maggie must now decide how much she is willing to give of her heart and for how long while navigating a dangerous game of cat and mouse. I was inspired to write the series after a visit to Picha’s strawberry farm in Washington State. I was captivated by the idea of a close-knit family facing life’s struggles together and seemed like the perfect backdrop for a romance story.” – Susan Berry
After a distasteful first meeting, and a rocky start to their romance, Maggie Kinsley has been happily married to Desmond for the last eleven months. And although she was often alone when he traveled for business, she rather enjoyed how he passionately greeted her when returning home. So when he received a letter naming him as executor of a property that belonged to a deceased family friend and had to leave for a few weeks, Maggie should have been content as she kissed him goodbye. But there was something about the whole thing that made her uneasy. Why was Desmond so evasive with her when she asked him about the previous owner. And why had he insisted she not tell anyone of his plans to stay on the property. Maggie soon found the answers to her questions were more than just a woman's intuition, but rather something that not even her wildest, darkest fears could have foreseen.
“I so enjoyed the long-awaited final book to the trilogy the author so lovingly created. Maggie's story has a wonderful ending and she'll be in my heart and mind for a long time.” - Amazon
About the Author: Since Susan Berry was a young girl, she loved to write. Her imagination was filled with stories that she couldn’t write down fast enough. But it wasn’t until her grandmother had given her a Harlequin romance novel to occupy her time on a long, boring car ride, that she fell in love with reading romance. The excitement of the characters first meeting, and the dance of the heart that followed, left Susan frantically turning pages. From that day on, Susan spent her free time with her beloved grandmother, reading the latest novels they’d retrieved from a used book store, or the local second hand shop. That reading eventually turned into the writing of her own romance novels. Novels filled with characters who have not yet found love, but eventually find a way to overcome romantic troubles with humor, wit, and the consumption of lots and lots of chocolate.
Susan’s latest book is the clean romance suspense, Promise of the Heart.