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Book cover for Madame Pommery, a Champagne Widows novel by Rebecca Rosenberg

Madame Pommery (March, 2023)

A Champagne Widows novel

Champagne, France, 1860. With the surprise of a newborn at forty years old, Madame Pommery is suddenly widowed and must support her family. With no experience, she starts a champagne house and invents brut champagne, breaking society and patriarchal rules.

Wanting a winery to host customers, she takes over the city dump and builds the most spectacular castle winery in the world with eighteen kilometers of underground caves to store champagne and display mind-boggling art.

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Lavender Fields of America (2022)

A new crop of American farmers

by Rebecca Rosenberg and Gary Rosenberg

A stunning pictorial look at the modern, yet ancient, phenomenon of lavender, and the enterprising American farmers who grow the herb, including author, Rebecca Rosenberg. From Hawaii to the East Coast, three hundred distinctive lavender farms are influenced by each farmer's background, personal style and point-of view. Dozens of beautiful photographs. ...   READ MORE information & Where to Buy

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Champagne Widows (2021)

The story of Veuve Clicquot, the first woman of Champagne

Champagne, France, 1800. Twenty-year-old Barbe-Nicole inherited Le Nez (an uncanny sense of smell that makes her picky, persnickety, and particularly perceptive) from her great-grandfather, a renowned champagne maker. Her parents see Le Nez as a curse and try to marry her off to an unsuspecting suitor. But Barbe-Nicole is determined to use Le Nez to make great champagne. When she learns her childhood sweetheart, François Clicquot, wants to start a winery, she rejects her parents’ suitors and marries François despite his mental illness. ...  
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The Secret Life of Mrs. London (2018)

The love triangle between Harry Houdini and Charmian and Jack London

Jack London, the most popular author in America, and Harry Houdini, a world-renown escape artist, have reached the pinnacles of their careers in 1915.

Their wives, Charmian London and Bess Houdini, are opposites — they bond through their trials with the over-sized egos of their famous husbands. Free Love, blinding fame, tenuous success and the Great War threaten them. The couples struggle to hold onto their marriages through the challenges, eventually succumbing to the lure of another's arms ... until one of them takes a stand ... alone. ...  
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Gold Digger (2019)

the Remarkable Baby Doe Tabor

DOUBLE GOLD for GOLD DIGGER! 2020 IBPA and IPPY Awards for fiction!

One look at Baby Doe and you know she was meant to be a legend! She was just twenty years old when she came to Colorado to work a gold mine with her new husband. Little did she expect that she'd be abandoned and pregnant and left to manage the gold mine alone. But that didn't stop her! She moved to Leadville and fell in love with a married prospector, twice her age. . ...  
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Silver Dollar Tabor

Silver Dollar (2023)

The sequel to Gold Digger

Baby Doe Tabor is left a penniless widow when her husband dies in 1899, leaving her with two daughters to raise in Denver, Colorado. On his deathbed, he urges: "Hang onto the Matchless Mine", the only possession left of their silver fortune.

So she moves the family to Leadville, Colorado and starts working the silver mine, haunted with memories of her husband. The bank forecloses on the MATCHLESS and a mysterious investor takes over. Baby Doe can’t figure out why, since silver has been devalued and is worthless. Through furtive hunches and pure determination, Baby Doe encounters new love, devastating loss and discovers what her husband meant when he told her to "Hang onto the Matchless."
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