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A recovering alcoholic. A determined winery owner. An intense chemistry that could destroy them both.


Emma Reynolds is ready to start her life over–clean and sober. Unfortunately, the only job in the small mountain town of Madison Ridge that can help her save her family’s estate is an executive job at a local winery. Her sexy and dangerously handsome new boss only complicates matters.

Shane Kavanaugh is heir to a wine empire. But when his integrity is questioned, he makes plans to redeem himself and protect the family legacy. However, those plans don’t include distractions from the curvy brunette he hired as his new executive. 

With every stolen glance and sizzling touch, the spark between them grows. But when secrets are revealed and her sobriety is tested, Emma and Shane will have to let go of the past if they want to have a future.

Trouble Me is the first book in the Madison Ridge series. If you like sexy, small town romance full of hope and complex characters, you’ll love Eliza Peake’s contemporary romance novels.







Love can hurt. Love can heal. Love can be unexpected. Love’s Kaleidoscope is a collection of short stories that explores the all-embracing emotion in its various forms from unconditional love to unexpected passion.

Until We Meet Again:
After the worst year of her life, Kate sells the only house she ever called home. But she can’t bring herself to pack up one box that holds the last pieces of her heart and a connection to unconditional love.

Smooth Sailing:
A billionaire groom whisks his new bride to a private island for some newlywed time. But the honeymoon is over before it begins.

Say Something
In spite of her fear, Darcy wants her husband to notice her. But will it be too late by the time he really sees her?

Breaking the Girl
Ansley knew getting too close to Jeremy was forbidden but fell for him anyway. How high of a price will she pay for following her heart?

I Should be Getting Married
A jilted groom meets a mystery woman and a cold, lonely night heats up fast.