Reviews - Contemporary

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—Mayzie and their two giant dogs travel with the band.

Woke
Peggy
Jaeger

CHICK-LIT:  When she is drugged on her 21st birthday, Aurora spends the next decade in a coma.  After a long road to recovery, it is time for Aurora to reclaim her life and discover what happened that night. While Kincade has his own reasons for helping Aurora, for now, he is keeping that and his true identity to himself.

Former soldier Reid McCabe may look healed more than a year after an explosion took his leg and two of his men, but the mental and spiritual scars have lingered long after his injury ends his career.

Rhea Gallagher’s dream is getting ready to come true. Her band is on the verge of a record deal, which is great — until she finds out that she is not included. Not sure what to do next, Rhea heads home to Jenns Cove. Meanwhile, Cam Colton also returns to Jenns Cove to help his father after his stroke. He works for ESSI as a scuba instructor for the scientists that work there.

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