a sexy Juniper Ridge Romantic Comedy by Tawna Fenske | book 1 | June 2020

Lights. Camera. Love.

It’s a wacky concept. Take an abandoned cult compound and cast the cops, teachers, farmers, and nurses needed for a self-contained community. Throw in some cameras and presto! Instant TV hit.

There’s only one family with the chops to make it work, so the Judsons pack up their LA lives for a fresh start in rural Oregon. Big brother Dean has brokered billions in Hollywood deals. Surely he can produce a tiny town from scratch? He just needs a finance guru to help him prep for showtime while Dean does his best to forget having his heart smashed to withered bits.

Vanessa Vincent ticks all the boxes, with the bonus of zero interest in the mating game aspect of Juniper Ridge. Just give her some spreadsheets and leave her in peace to turn her own wrecked romances into little more than bad flashbacks.

But Dean and Vanessa don’t count on their epic chemistry, or a stranger who’ll stop at nothing to keep Juniper Ridge from debut day. Can they build the dream without risking their hearts, or will it fade to black before the first act ends?


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“Show Time was fun, entertaining, and just the perfect getaway during a crazy time in life.” –  Guilty Pleasures Book Reviews

“As always, Fenske’s brand of humor shines through, and makes for a comfortable and easy delight to breeze through.” – All About Romance

“The perfect mixture of swoon-worthy romance, scorching heat, heart-warming family dynamics, and even a little bit of suspense!” – The Rogue Book Reviews

Tawna Fenske knocks it out of the park again with this cute, sexy read.” – Lauren Emily, Amazon review

“If you like your reading big on laughter and steam, and peopled with fascinating characters, you’ll never go wrong with Fenske.” – Linda G, Goodreads review

Here’s an excerpt from a scene that takes place moments after Vanessa’s job interview when she accidentally tackles Dean into the backseat of her car….

“I’m so sorry.”

I should definitely dismount. Just straighten up and peel myself off his chest, exiting the vehicle with my few remaining shreds of dignity. But something in his eyes leaves me frozen in place.

Also, there’s a snake out there. “It was really big.”

He shifts beneath me, gritting his teeth. “You don’t say.”

“Huge.” I’m not sure he believes me. “I’ve never seen one that big.”

“Vanessa.” He lets go of my ass, jaw still clenching. “I’m gonna need you to stop moving like that.”


Shit, right, I’m crushing his—wait. Oh.

Yeah, that’s definitely not a snake I’m feeling. A very intimate part of my anatomy is pressed against a very intimate part of his, and the result is…um. Intimate.

“It’s a biological reaction,” I sputter, pushing off his chest. “I know it doesn’t mean anything.”

Kill me now. I’m lecturing him about his penis like he hasn’t spent three decades with it attached to his body.

Also, I’m still straddling him.