After escaping a disaster, she goes on a road trip in a wagon…with a man she’s known for five days!
Fleeing the ashes and their past lives in San Francisco in 1906, lovers take the ultimate road trip on a path of no return…
She’s longing for a new life:
Spirited and independent, Blossom Sun is a misfit fortune-cookie maker who yearns for a place to fit in. She’s determined not to settle for the predictability of Chinatown. Fate makes this possible by destroying most of San Francisco and releasing her to make choices she never could have imagined.
He’s reinventing himself:
Torn between duty and desire, Brock St. Clair has been bewitched by Blossom. And he’s ready to risk everything to stay that way. Before vows are exchanged, he escapes a marriage of convenience and commerce. He’s a gentleman who prefers to get his hands dirty at his out-of-town ranch. This silver-fortune heir is free to create a new identity and build a new life with Blossom at his side.
They share a journey like no other:
Blossom on the Road of Dreams picks up the couple’s tale as they head to Southern California in a horse-drawn wagon. From the damaged splendor of the Winchester Mystery House to the shoreline of Santa Cruz to the serenity of the Santa Barbara Mission, their journey down The King’s Highway—El Camino Real—is anything but regal, pampered or easy. Second chances rarely are.
Your experiences with Blossom just begin with the book. Be sure to visit the website to discover so much more. There are videos, interactive quizzes, fortune-cookie messages and so much more!
Praise for the Blossom Trilogy and Christopher Lentz
“Earth-shattering…an admirable debut.”—Kirkus Reviews
“It’s impossible to not be immersed in this story of passion and tragedy!”—Midwest Book Review of Blossom
“Lentz describes the novel as ‘Titanic on land.’ It, too, features star-crossed lovers from different social classes, as a humble fortune-cookie maker meets the heir to a silver fortune. And it also builds suspense by letting readers know of an impending disaster the characters don’t expect.”—The Orange County Register