The third book in the Widow’s Grove series
Twice in a Blue Moon
Indigo Blue grew up on a Northern California commune with her free-spirit mother. After high school, the star-struck teen leaves for Mecca – Hollywood – to become the ‘Masseuse to the Stars’.
Despite the scandal-smeared tabloids, Indigo loved Harry Stone, her famous septuagenarian director husband. She didn’t want his money, so she’d refused Harry’s proposal until he’d agreed to a prenup, passing his assets to his grown daughter. Now he’s dead, and Indigo is left with only her grief, Harry’s Bassett Hound and a few acres of grapes that Harry’s uncle had willed her.
But Indigo doesn’t drink. She doesn’t know a Chablis from a Cab.
She needs a manager.