Reviews - Contemporary

Miranda Johnson lives alone in rural Arkansas on purpose. She goes by Randi now,
and has created a name for herself as an artist. When a plane goes down near her
property, her private bubble is invaded by every branch of law enforcement
imaginable. Recognizing FBI agent Malone, Randi is shaken by old familiarity, but

Dinah Tyler has done everything for others for so long she’s forgotten what it’s like to dream. Then summer comes and changes begin to hit. Her children aren’t coming home for the break, the diner she’s always worked at is closing, and then a property she’d dreamed about owning for years goes up for sale.

I’m Not Charlotte Lucas
Kasey
Stockton
Charlotte “Charlie” Lucas adores the Jane Austen books, particularly “Pride and Prejudice” however, she’s also terrified she’ll end up with the same fate as her namesake. When an elderly neighbor and dear friend asks Charlie to attend a charity ball with her grandson, Charlie finds herself unable to refuse. However, one look at Liam Connell and Charlie knows he’s out of her league.
After an expected marriage proposal becomes an unexpected breakup for Hollyn, she heads back to her hometown heartbroken. Back to being Hollyn, River and Dax: older sister, younger brother, and best friend. Since everybody else appears to be all grown up and living successful lives, Hollyn is left feeling very lost, not to mention betrayed, scared and jobless.
Small town Marrietta, Montana, is the place where the Miller siblings decide to relocate from Sacramento, California, after losing their parents in an auto accident. Vivian is a doctor and needed to leave the hospital where she was working, due to an uncomfortable situation with a superior.

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