Reviews - Contemporary

The Subway Girl
Lisa
Becker

Ryan see’s a girl on the New York subway, and he cannot get her out of his head. There is a spark of some kind, a connection, and he has got to track her down. But how? He heard a British accent; she was listening to her earbuds and wore a pink beanie hat, but it was her green eyes that drew him in like no other.

In the beautiful English countryside, American structural engineer Allison Moore clashes with Ian Chalmers, Earl of Hartley, over the best way to restore his ancestral home of Hartley Castle. Her style is improvisational and collaborative. His is authoritative and rigid. Their common goal of rebuilding the crumbling sections of his castle bridges their cultural and philosophical divide.

Diamond Dirt
Laura Lee
McKellips

Shelby has been working towards her dream of playing in the National Championship softball game since she could throw a softball. In her senior year of college, everything is looking like her dream will actually come true, except for her failing grade in one class: British History.  Winston is focused on two things, graduation and finishing with his fifty-page paper.

Liz Warner, owner of Liz’s Deco Corner, has always wanted to be a mother. After her divorce and years of fertility treatments, she has decided to accept her fate and seek other options for motherhood. After successfully applying and becoming approved for foster care, she is patiently waiting for the right child to come into her life.

Rose Berret flies from France to Greece to temporarily fill a nanny position. She is anxious because her employer is a billionaire and she despises the wealthy. Upon landing, she is met by Stavros, the handsome head of security. Little does she know that “Stavros” is none other than the illustrious billionaire, Leo Papadakis, who has been hiding from the public since his wife died.

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