Rambling with Rebah

Rambling with Rebah

  • Paperback
  • 9781646300181
  • Published: November 29, 2022


  • eBook
  • 9781646300198
  • Published: November 29, 2022


  • Big book
  • 9781646305124
  • Published: November 29, 2022


It’s never too late for a second chance . . .

Things haven’t been easy for Aiden Cisneros. His beloved wife passed away 5 years ago, and their pride and joy, the Happy Valley Bed and Breakfast, has been falling apart ever since. With his daughter getting ready to move away to college, Aiden is finally ready to let go. All he wants to do now is sell the place and move on with his life. There’s just one problem . . .

And her name is Rebah Reynolds.

A travel blogger with a drinking problem and a bad attitude to match, Rebah is burned out on her internet-famous lifestyle. For her, travel has lost its allure, and now it’s just a pay check. In a drunken fury, she gave Aiden’s B&B a disastrous review a few years back. So, the last thing she ever expected was for him to call and request another chance.

Struggling to keep up with her younger competition, Rebah agrees and heads out to Napa to craft one of her famously scathing critiques to satisfy her obnoxious followers. Aiden, however, has a wild scheme cooked up to guarantee a great review and close his sale. But something funny happens when you’re surrounded by the romantic hills of wine country . . .

Can these former adversaries give each other the second chance they both deserve?



Addison J. Chapple

Addison J. Chapple enjoys writing books that make people laugh and leaves them with a message of hope and greater understanding of the world around them. Following an award-winning career as an actor on Broadway, Addison began working behind the scenes in the entertainment industry, managing writers and helping to develop literary properties for film and television before turning to other creative endeavors. Addison has since become a prolific author with a keen sense of story that resonates in both the publishing and film worlds. Addison’s debut novel, The Man Who Would Be King, won IBPA’s Benjamin Franklin Award for Comedy.

Some of Addison's favorite books include The Bonfire of the Vanities (Tom Wolfe), The Tuscan Child (Rhys Bowen) and Water for Elephants (Sara Gruen). Addison's writing transports you to a "world of adventure and romance".


Victoria Bay

Victoria Bay is the author of eleven books. A graduate of the MFA program at Vermont College, she has a passion for stories that entertain, teach, and reveal the wonder that exists in the folds of daily life. One of her picture books earned a starred review from Booklist and was included on a list of the 50 Best Science Books for Kids 2018. When not writing, Victoria enjoys her work as a bookseller at an independent store, where she matches readers to romance novels, mysteries, cookbooks, and more.