Wild Rose (The Late Bloomers Series Book 1)

Successful landscape designer and single mother Rose Quinn races to Italy to save her 19-year-old daughter Rachel from making a huge mistake with an older man. When secrets are revealed on the shores of Lake Como, Rose faces her own lifelong misconceptions about love and the illusion of control, relying on her lifelong best friends the Late Bloomers to to see her through this transformation More

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About Betsy Talbot

Betsy is a 40-something writer and wanderer. When she’s not out hiking somewhere around the world with her husband Warren (a man of ridiculously good hair and hearty laugh), you can find her writing romance books for women over forty, reading books of every type, asking inappropriate questions, and drinking wine in an old house in an even older village in the hills of sunny Spain.

Betsy is the host of the Quickie Romance Podcast, where she gets steamy with imaginary characters for your listening pleasure every single week.

She also co-hosts The Married with Luggage Podcast with her husband Warren.

This woman has no shame.

She loves cava, sunshine, unconventional thinkers, and schedule-free days. She is an introvert, a feminist, and a loud laugher.

Her latest obsession is flamenco dancing.

Find out more about how (and why) she became a world traveler at 40

Find out how she got rid of everything she owned in 2010

About the Series: The Late Bloomers Series
A collection of books about five women who renegotiate life, love, and friendship in their 40s and beyond. The Late Bloomers Series is written specifically for women over 40 who crave a hot romance and characters with some experience...just like them!

Read all the books in The Late Bloomers Series:

- Unfolding, a Late Bloomers short story, March 2015

- Wild Rose, March 2015

- English Ivy, August 2015

- Tiger Lily, January 2015

- Violet Sky, May 2016

- Whoopsie Daisy, September 2016

Also in Series: The Late Bloomers Series

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