Reviews - Contemporary

LGBTQ/M/M:  Two years ago, Lionel Hayes made a tragic decision to drug his horse before competing in a horse show. The fallout costs him and his partner, Nigel, to lose standing in the rarified air of horse training, financial business woes, and so much stress that Nigel succumbs to heart failure. With help from friends and the passage of time, Lionel slowly regains his reputation.

Shelby Duchane is happily engaged to Ryder Prescott until she sees damning pictures of her fiancé with another woman. Heartbroken, she flees Georgia without a word to Ryder. A long and difficult search brings Ryder to stay at the same town where Shelby lives, while he bases his business nearby.

Madison is a bonafide workaholic. She gets a wake-up call when she ends up in the hospital after passing out at work. She is given grave news by the doctors--if she doesn’t make changes soon, she won’t live much longer. Her family brings in a health guru named Brandon. He is a part of a reality TV series to help people become healthy.

Marigold Scott has always lived life as a free spirit, giving her creativity full reign over her day and business.  It is not until she dreams of expanding her floral shop that she even considers she may need a little structure in order to accomplish her goals.  Butch Johnson is the complete opposite of his best friend Mari — he is very structured, with a detailed life plan.  When Mari asks him

LGBTQ/M/M:  Davis is a coffee shop owner in the small town of Kirby, where he lives near his best friend Tanner. Davis is also a devoted single parent to his baby daughter Libby. His unconventional path to fatherhood combined with his business responsibilities mean he hasn’t dated in a long time.

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