THE WIND IN THE WOODS
Pelican Watch is a love
story told against a
backdrop of murder and
suspense, and laced with
the flavor of South
Nicky Sullivan care3s for
family members and
nurses injured animals.
She comes to a South
Carolina barrier island and
discovers a kindred spirit,
Mac Moultrie, a salty
RENDER UNTO THE VALLEY
Awarded the 2012 IPPY Gold Medal for Fiction--Southeast.
Honored by the Southeast Independent Booksellers' Association (SIBA) as an OKRA PICK.
She's keeping one step ahead
of the FBI and a gang of
twisted peace activists who
screwed up her life in the
60s...and at the same time
trying not to fall in love with
one of the exciting men who
make these buildings rise from
Meet Lisa Barron, a savvy
marketing executive with a
kid and a crazy career in the
mall business. Everyone
knows she's driven but not
the dark secret she's hiding.
The handsome composer
watches the young widow from
his new mansion on the hill as
she struggles to make a
success of her heirloom seed
business so she can save the
farm for her boy. Someone
else is watching, too; yet, no
one suspects the man living in
the run-down farm behind her
has anything to do with the
An intensely driven
woman searches for
a sense of
Rose Senehi's Blue Ridge Series of "Stand Alone" Novels
CAROLINA BELLE Available January 2017
Belle McKenzie is obsessed with finding the best apple anyone ever bit into and
determined to rekindle the love this obsession has nearly destroyed.
Scarred by betrayal, Belle mellows from bitterly unforgiving, to a woman willing to swallow
her pride to win back the man she never stopped loving. Cut from the same cloth as her
grandfather, Pap, who owns the biggest apple orchard in North Carolina, she risks her life
rescuing four hundred antique apple trees her neighbor has spent a lifetime collecting from
old farms all over the South. From them, Belle, a botanist, is hellbent on creating a “billion
dollar” apple she’ll call the Carolina Belle.
Matt has worked for Pap since he was old enough to hold up his end of an apple box. Pap
thinks of him as the son he never had, but Belle as the man who betrayed her. Recently
divorced, Matt pursues Belle, the love his father forced him to turn his back on. Will the
missteps of their past keep them from trusting each other, or will their suppressed love
bloom enough to overcome unfounded suspicions.
Rich in emotion and driven by suspense, this tale reveals the bold, resourceful character
needed for a clan to survive for five generations in the precarious business of apple
growing in the North Carolina Mountains. Woven throughout this story is the fascinating
history of the American apple that started when countless settlers planted seeds all over the
country and kicked off one of the biggest evolutionary experiments this nation has ever
Read this novel and you’ll never look at an apple the same way again
Karen Godwell isn't as much ashamed of
her mountain heritage as of what she had
to do to preserve it.
She reinvents herself at college and
doesn't look back till her clan's historic
farm is threatened. The gutsy Museum
curator returns to the mountains only to
come face to face with who she was and
what she did.
Cousin Bruce, the town historian, sees life
through the family's colorful
two-hundred-year past; Tom Gibbons, a
local conservationist, keeps one eye on
the mountains and the other on Karen;
Karen's nine-year-old daughter, Hali, is in
the throes of the mission her dying father
sent her on; and Karen is hiding the ugly
secret that drove her away.
DANCING ON ROCKS
Winner of the 2014 Indie Reader Discovery Award for
IN THE SHADOWS OF CHIMNEY ROCK
A touching tale of Family and Place.
An heiress to one of the Suth's
lumber dynasties reaches out to her
mountain roots for solace after
suffering a lilfe-shattering blow, only to
be drawn into a struggle to redeem
the legacy of a father she's never
Against the backdrop of North
Carolina's beautiful Hickory Nut Gorge
emerges a moving story of love,
family and longing. Hayden Taylor
starts to heal in the womb of the
gorge and the edgy exhilaration of
Asheville, never suspecting the man
who killer her father was stalking her.
Football legend, Ben Beckham, is
looking for redemption too, and tries
to earn it working for a local land trust,
only to discover he's falling in love
with a woman he can't have.
A romantic thriller revealing a man's
devotion to North Carolina's Green River
Valley and the camp he built to share its
wonders; his daughter's pledge to hike
the Blue Ridge, never suspecting that a
serial killer stalking her; and nine-year-old
Alvin Magee's heart-warming discovery of
freedom and responsibility in a place
apart from his adult world.
Charismatic widower, Tiger Morrison,
spent a lifetime saving children from
nature-deficit disorder, only to find himself
in the fight of his life to protect his
undisturbed world from the land grab
raging in the Southern Blue Ridge
Mountains. He's fighting to win Katie
Warlick too, but she can't forgive him for
not wanting her the way she wanted him
twenty years ago.
Other Novels by Rose Senehi
Simmering beneath the skin and
hiding around every corner are a
family's painful memories of a
child who disappeared in the
middle of the night 25 years ago.
Nursing her mother back to health
wasn't all that drew Georgie Haydock
back to the mountain tourist town.
Her mother thrashes in her bed,
insisting that the strange woman
stalking her store downstairs is
Georgie's missing sister. Georgie
aches to reunite with the hometown
boy she never forgot; yet, she fears
she'll have to unveil the secret she's
been hiding. Naturalist Ron Elliott
doesn't care what Georgie did all
those years back. She's the one
creature he's always yearned to
Re-kindled love, a relentless stalker, an overprotected boy-woven into a
compelling tale of the Blue Ridge.
From the moment she lays eyes on Trippett Alston,
she's smitten, but their alliancew to old causes, and
the dark forces swirling around the island threaten to
keep them apart.