Welcome to the Belle Meade Plantation novels page . . .
The Belle Meade Plantation novels are "standalone novels" meaning that each book is a complete story and can be read independent of the others. But if you're going to read them all, you're encouraged to read them in order. As you read, keep close watch for characters from other series who just might make an appearance.
The Belle Meade Plantation books
To Whisper Her Name, the first standalone novel in the Belle Meade series
To Win Her Favor, the second standalone novel in the Belle Meade series
To Mend a Dream, a Belle Meade Plantation novella*
A third standalone novel in the Belle Meade series coming fall 2016.
*We meet Savannah Darby in To Win Her Favor. Now read her entire story in To Mend a Dream, one of four love stories in this acclaimed Southern novella collection.
Watch the video about what inspired this novella collection.
View the trailer for To Whisper Her Name
Grab a glassed of sweet iced tea and join me for a two-minute tour of Belle Meade Plantation in Nashville, Tennessee, the setting of the Belle Meade novels
Now meet some of the real people who lived and worked on the Belle Meade Plantation in the 1800s, and who are characters in the novel. As well as Ridley Adam Cooper and Olivia Aberdeen, the hero and heroine in To Whisper Her Name.
Meet Bob Green, the real head hostler and former slave at Belle Meade Plantation,
and a man that I fell a little in love with while writing To Whisper Her Name.
Think you know thoroughbred history? Learn how Belle Meade Plantation in Nashville, Tennessee played a strategic role in America's racing history
One of my favorite places at Belle Meade Plantation is the Old Harding Cabin. Let's venture inside together...
Join me inside the Belle Meade Mansion for rarely seen footage of this beautiful home and of the privileged life enjoyed by a handful of Americans in the 19th century.
Did you know that many current day Kentucky Derby Winners
trace their lineage back to Belle Meade Plantation in the 1800s?
Join me at the Iroquois racetrack in Nashville as we trace the bloodlines of champions