Reviews - Contemporary

Grace Turner has the chance of a lifetime when it comes to her career. Brock Anderson is one of the best, and working with him could pave the way for her. But he is a difficult man to work for. An ex NFL player, he knows what she is doing, and interning for him could teach her so much.

Just a Girl
Becky
Monson

CHICK-LIT/ROMANTIC COMEDY:  Quinn is enjoying one of her favorite snacks when life throws a very handsome man, Henry, her way. Their initial meeting is a mix of both sweet and sour. However, both of them are left with a longing to see each other and to do away with the ‘sour’ bit while throwing more building blocks to the ‘sweet’ side.

Bennett has learned the hard way not to rely on anyone. Surviving both child and spousal abuse, Bennett is slow to commit and slower to trust. It took her two years to trust the women she now sees as sisters, but if she is going to support her daughter, she is willing to do anything, but she has no plans to risk it all for a man, even one as handsome and kind as Nash.

Nathanial Mulbury needs a second chance. Upon the death of his brother, Nathanial finds himself with custody of his four-year-old nephew, but he has several months left on his six-year prison term. The only place Nathanial can continue to serve his time and care for his brother’s son is Hope Eternal Ranch, a work-parole ranch contracted with the prison.

Sydney Revere grew up in the shadow of movie-star parents in Hollywood, an environment where “acting out” is expected. Sydney did just that, earning the nickname of “Wild Child” from the media. It all came to an end when Sydney was tired of the tinsel and ran off to become a completely different person. For ten years she’s been a boring, mouse-brown-haired attorney.

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