Reviews - Contemporary

The Things We Don’t Say
Roberta R.

WOMEN'S FICTION:  Lilia Bennett-Parker is a talented young musician who’s just been offered the opportunity of a life-time: a chance to play cello for a Californian symphony orchestra. Taking the chance means leaving behind not only graduate school and her cozy Boston apartment, but the love of her life as well. True love can survive distance…Right?

The Party Crasher

Event Planner Kit O’Hare is trying to prove to her father, her new boss, and herself that she’s more than just the party girl she used to be. But when an unfortunate accident while playing the Easter bunny lands her, not only on the hottest guy at the town’s Easter celebration, but in the celebration cake in front of the mayor and his wife as well, she can kiss her career plans goodbye.

Risking it

Jane the librarian is given a challenge by her best friend Claire. She’s taking time off work and taking a road trip north through the sights and scenes of Florida and ending in Atlanta. She is to document her trip in a journal and include photos to prove she’s hit all the allocated spots.

Last Words
Shari J.

Amelia is torn from her home and brought into a concentration camp. In the depths of cruelty, she finds unexpected compassion. Decades later Amelia asks her granddaughter Emma to read her diary to tell a story kept quiet until now. She is fighting for her life and wants Emma to know what she has been hiding all this time.

Emile Giroux never wants to be the monster his stepfather was. As a result, when the charming and highly successful NHL goalie comes across a pretty woman clearly in trouble outside his friend’s shop, he feels it is only natural to lend a hand.