Reviews - Contemporary

Naomi is trying to start her life over again. Her ex-husband is a politician, in prison for embezzlement. Naomi and her daughters escaped from D.C. in order to get away from the media. Now she is back and determined to have a fresh start.

Cassie Carroll’s cat wakes her up better than any alarm clock, except today… so now she’s late to a job interview. Being so late, she can only hope her jalopy of car will start.

Mercedes is heading to a job interview to nanny for a family. Seeing toys in the front yard, she believes she's at the right house. However, there is no answer. A yard care man across the street offers aid, and she is pointed there instead. She heads into an immaculate home and a handsome man waiting inside for her. No children are present nor a mother figure.

Goodbye Orchid
Carol
Van Den Hende

Phoenix is en route to meet his mother for brunch. It’s the anniversary of his father’s death, and he misses him immensely. The brunch is a way he and his mother connect over their mutual loss. When he arrives at the NYC subway platform and attempts to aid a homeless man, an accident alters his life forever.

The only thing more important to Jack than his band is his wife, Mayzie. She’s gorgeous, full of fire, and stands behind Jack every step of the way. Unlike many rock-star couples, they spend little time apart, as Mayzie and their two giant dogs travel with the band.

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