Review: Dash of Love by Jill Sanders

July 25, 2019 Book Reviews 0

by Jill Sanders



Head back to Pride Oregon to find out what some of your favorite Jill Sanders’ characters are up to. 

Sara Jordan has finally been given the chance to run The Golden Oar, a restaurant that’s been in her family for generations. But the sexy know-it-all carpenter that her uncle hired to make some changes, keeps getting in her way. She’ll have to use all her skills just to prove that she’s up to the task.

Parker was hired to bring new life to the old building, but he hadn’t expected sparks to fly from the owner’s niece. As a series of mysterious accidents start to plague the job site, he finds himself working one-on-one with the temptress to avoid losing everything.


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Determined to put down roots in a place that could be home, Parker finds himself settling in the town of Pride, Oregan. In a place where small town life reigns supreme, everyone knows the latest gossip and who resides within the borders. With his sights set on building a successful carpentry business, Parker finds himself with the task of renovating the Golden Oar restaurant. If Parker can dazzle with this job, his business will definitely increase due to the word of mouth.


Running a restaurant can be a tedious task, one that Sara has longed for. Determined to show her Uncle just how valuable she can be, Sara steps up to run the business while the renovations are taking place. The restaurant is supposed to be remodeled while Sara’s uncle is enjoying a trip abroad, a pretty straightforward task. Everything was going as planned until a series of unexplained events that put Sara in danger began to occur. With both of their reputations on the line, Sara and Parker set out to uncover who is attacking the restaurant.


A Dash of Love is the first book in the Pride, Oregon series by Jill Sanders. It was one of those sweet romances that have just the right touch of discovery, longing, and finding that one true love. The addition of uncovering who was sabotaging the restaurant made things a bit more interesting. While the story was predictable to me, it possessed the nuances that make those guaranteed happy endings put a smile on your face. This novel is definitely a GREAT beach read or romance to pull you through those winter blues. Overall a sweet story that will leave you ready to uncover more of the series!




About Jill Sanders

Jill Sanders is a New York Times, USA Today, and international bestselling author of Sweet Contemporary Romance, Romantic Suspense, Western Romance, and Paranormal Romance novels. With over 55 books in eleven series, translations into several different languages, and audiobooks there’s plenty to choose from. Look for Jill’s bestselling stories wherever romance books are sold or visit her at

Jill comes from a large family with six siblings, including an identical twin. She was raised in the Pacific Northwest and later relocated to Colorado for college and a successful IT career before discovering her talent for writing sweet and sexy page-turners. After Colorado, she decided to move south, living in Texas and now making her home along the Emerald Coast of Florida. You will find that the settings of several of her series are inspired by her time spent living in these areas. She has two sons and off-set the testosterone in her house by adopting three furry little ladies that provide her company while she’s locked in her writing cave. She enjoys heading to the beach, hiking, swimming, wine-tasting, and pickleball with her husband, and of course writing. If you have read any of her books, you may also notice that there is a love of food, especially sweets! She has been blamed for a few added pounds by her assistant, editor, and fans… donuts or pie anyone?

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