Bonnie Jo Pierson Book Signing

for What Happens in Idaho, Bonnie’s debut novel. Update your calendars for Saturday 27 July (11 a.m. to noon-thirty) at Rediscovered Books in downtown Boise.

A sweet, heartwarming romance set in small-town America, this book introduces Dr. Liliana Chase, who tragically lost her husband and baby girl. She’s convinced to move back to Clear Springs, Idaho — planning to make it a short visit to placate her mom.

But she didn’t expect to wreck her car while avoiding a cow with a death wish.

Enter Blake Richardson, mechanic and single dad, who has sworn off women after being treated poorly by his ex-wife. They’ll both have to confront their fears of loss and abandonment, or risk being alone forever.

About the Author

Gifted with a short attention span, American romance author, Bonnie Jo Pierson, wants to experience and do as much as she can. Using the great powers of YouTube she’s taught herself how to knit, crochet, paint with oils, acrylics, and watercolors, coach volleyball, play the piano and cello, ride a motorcycle, renovate a house, sing, sew, raise livestock, bake, and most importantly how to write. As a member of Romance Writers of America, the Storymakers Guild, Idaho Sisters in Crime, Idaho Writers Guild, and Manuscript Academy, she’s won the Heart of Denver’s Molly contest, placed third in the Orange Rose contest, was a finalist in the Sheila and Four Seasons contest, and placed multiple times in the contest at Storymakers. She also earned a spot in the RAMP mentorship program. She and her Navy veteran husband have four children and spent several years as military nomads. Now she’s made her home in small-town Idaho, where she’s attempting to resurrect her great-grandparent’s one-hundred year-old farm. What Happens in Idaho is her debut novel.