A Ladies of Legend novella
“Legend is a small town that will remind readers of Cedar Cove and/or Virgin River.”
Pickings are slim in Legend, Tennessee, until a high school reunion gives thirty-something Jane Smith a second chance to exorcise the demon of Graham Winchester and get on with her life.
Switching places with her famous and glamorous twin sister is just what small town girl Jane needs to get Mr. Most Likely to Succeed into bed and out of her heart.
Read Jane and Graham’s story in The Reunion Game.
If you want to know more about Jane’s sister, read Dawn’s story in Santa’s Kiss.
You’ll find the love story of Graham’s parents in A Groovy Christmas.
Jane and Dawn’s parents have their own love story in Not Quite Christmas.
Note: The town of Legend, Tennessee, and its residents live in the imaginations of its authors. The town and all characters in this publication are fictitious and any resemblance to real persons, living or dead, is purely coincidental.
Reviews and Awards
If you are looking for a fun and sassy read, check out Jan Scarbrough’s The Reunion Game on your eReader. Reviewer Stacey
The Reunion by Jan Scarbrough is a fun, lighthearted romance about the shy girl who grows up and wants a second chance with the boy who got away. While the setting is Legend, Tennessee, the small town that’s almost a character in the Ladies of Legend series, this story really could take place anywhere and everyone probably knows someone like the two main characters.
” The Reunion Game” ponders what value fond memories really hold: can the sex life you had in high school really have been that great? The four stories in the LADIES OF LEGEND: FINDING HOME anthology are heartwarming, exciting, lustful, scintillating, and encouraging. For every protagonist-female and male-in these tales, there truly is a second chance in life, and one just needs to recognize it and then to reach for the brass ring. Life doesn’t leave you behind in Legend, TN; instead, it offers you more and better than any option you’ve ever had. Readers will be eagerly awaiting more stories set in lovely little Legend, TN, as is this reviewer. You’ll walk away from this anthology with a gladdened heart.
When you come across a book that is part of a series and you’ve missed the previous ones are you tempted to skip it? If so, make an exception in the case of The Reunion Game as it is not a book to miss out on.
Ms. Scarbrough invites her readers into her settings and plots and captures their interest with her fluent and gentle style. The development of her secondary characters is masterly, and their strength will charm and frustrate in equal measures. Her distinctive writing style ensures that while the reader may cringe at the antics Jane gets up to, they will root for her from the first to the final page.
“I’ve read this book and the stories are excellent. Jan, I love the chemistry between your hero and heroine. It sizzles.”
Lyn Armstrong THE LAST CELTIC WITCH
Five Coffee Cup Rating from Coffee Time Romance
“Whatever you do, do not miss this extraordinary read that is a rare and precious gem indeed!” “Jan Scarbrough paints convincing characters that reach out and touch the reader in some way. This flowing read is really delightful.” Cherokee, Reviewer for Coffee Time Romance
Excerpt from The Reunion Game
“ Cowboy cookies?” Jane turned in surprise.
Graham grinned, his mood seeming to lift. “Harriet baked cookies this morning before she left for Europe.”
“ Just like the old days.”
“ Yeah, like when we were kids.”
If you’d like the recipe for Cowboy Cookies, click here.