Reviews - Contemporary

Married by Monday

For Eliza Havens, arranging successful marriages is her business. Tying-the-knot is for others. Eliza has too many secrets in her past to ever allow herself or those she loves to be exposed to any kind of danger. But, when Eliza unthinkingly puts herself and friend Gwen in a difficult situation in a Texas bar, an unlikely hero comes to her aid.

Mr. Right's Baby

Adrian Wright has a problem – he just found out that a woman he had a fling with seven years ago has finally decided to tell him she had a little girl who she gave up for adoption and that the baby was his!  Now, he will do anything to meet his little girl, even if it means signing on as her substitute teacher for two weeks so he can get to know her.

On the Scene

Tera, Melanie, and Tracey are known as "The Party Girls" and have been friends since their teens. Now as young adults, they spend countless hours hitting the party scene, going to every major party in the city, to make sure it's known that they are VIP's.

In 1985, Colin Preston is a sophomore at Elerby University.  He is finding his place in the world, breaking free of his parents and, most importantly, falling in love.   His girlfriend is the most beautiful girl on campus and his best friend is on the football team.  So where does Colin fit in - and can Lennon and McCartney help him do it?

The Last Great Day
Benjamin Grant

It’s the end of the 1960’s in England, and Henry and Elizabeth Conroy are missionaries for the “World Wide Church”, a religious cult led by the prophet Harmon W. Abrams. Henry is a dutiful minister, who, along with his wife, shepherds members to follow Abram’s teachings before his end-of-the-word prophecy. Allegiance to Abrams is paramount over even extended family relationships.