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sayitAfter being left at the altar in Texas, Madison Wagner is determined to fly solo. The once-burned book reviewer’s move to Oregon is difficult, especially when she becomes attracted to the one man she should avoid at all costs. She can’t help being irresistibly drawn to rugged and handsome best-selling author Stuart Kendall. If only Stuart’s sister hadn’t married Madison’s snake of an ex-fiance.

Although Stuart is secretly thrilled that Madison chose to settle in Portland, he still bears the pain of his ex-wife’s cruel betrayal. And he’s vowed to protect himself and his young twin daughters from being hurt again. But Madison is different, and she is slowly breaking down his barriers, one by one. Suddenly, Stuart’s fantasizing about a future with her. Could they both have a second chance at romance together?

Only time will tell as the two stir up passions and promise in the Rose City.

SAY IT WITH ROSES is available from Amazon and Audible.


“A compelling story filled with passion, tropical locale information, and great characterization.” — Angeline Bishop, author of North Star on ALOHA FANTASY

“Held me in a vise from the beginning to the end. A nice summertime read!” — RAWSISTAZ Reviewers on THE SECRETS OF PARADISE BAY

“Fans of deep character driven tales will want to read Devon Vaughn Archer’s strong story of love coming out of the ashes of tragedy.’ — Harriet Klausner on CHRISTMAS HEAT

“Filled with anticipation. Devon Vaughn Archer has crafted a well-written story of love and loss. CHRISTMAS HEAT is a satisfying read.” — OOSA Online Book Club

“Archer writes a great romance and traditional romantics will savor this book long after the last page is read.– on PLEASURE IN HAWAII


Devon Vaughn Archer is a bestselling author of romance, suspense, thriller, and young adult fiction. His titles include BET ON LOVE, THE HITMAN’S WOMAN, ALOHA FANTASY, PRIVATE LUAU, DANGER AT EVERY TURN, and HER TEEN DREAM, among others.

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