Reviews - Contemporary

When Paige MacInnes gets word that her closest relative, Aunt Violet, has passed away, she makes the trek to the family castle in East Texas. True to their heritage, the MacInnes family have even held their own authentic Highland games on the castle grounds for more than eighty years, and this year will be no exception, funeral or not.

Numbers Game
Desiree Holt,
Liz Crowe

Duncan “Hatch” Hatcher was a pro football player and then coach for a time, and now he is coaching at his university alma mater, with a failed career and a failed marriage under his belt. Olivia Grant has also experienced a failed marriage to a man who actively derailed her prior career, and is still trying to control it from the sidelines.

Grace Delchamp is a New Orleans singer with a beautiful voice and a fun rapport with her audience. A bandmate, Brent, wants her, but she’s not interested. She wakes up one morning with Brent beside her, and realizes that she has been assaulted. She leaves New Orleans abruptly and returns to her family and friends in Bon Chance, LA, to regain her footing and to soak up some love.

Martin “Rock” Ferris, dependable firefighter with the Center City Fire Department, has been having a relationship of convenience… aka hookups… with Kate Turner, Sergeant with the Center City Police Department for quite a while, but he’s getting tired of it.

Madeline Everly, Mads to friends and family, has had too many things go wrong in her life lately, leaving her single, paying half of the rent for an apartment she can no longer live in, and sleeping on the couch in her sister’s one bedroom cottage… not to mention the lousy job she has at the only realtor’s office in town where she’s treated as nothing more than a pretty face by her chauvinistic

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