Reviews - Contemporary

Tyler Kindcaide has returned to his hometown where he tries to get back his friendship with Kristen McKay. However, she wants nothing to do with him. It is frustrating, as Tyler cannot remember what happened to cause her to hate him the way she does. Kristen is confused and hurt. She has feelings for Tyler but she can't forget what happened all those years before.

Dogs being dumped and others being abused has Harland County’s Sheriff itching to catch the lunatics running a dog-fighting ring. He answers a call for trespassing and finds the local animal lover/vet tech/PITA (pain in the…) Lyndsey. She has found a dog without water, obviously dehydrated and she is not leaving until she knows he is ok.

Cassandra Brown has just come from the reading of her grandmother's will. She is flabbergasted! Gran has stipulated that she must get married within six months in order to inherit Gran's home — otherwise the house goes to her cousin who lives in Nevada. Gran's house has been the only “home” she has ever known. Her parents were both doctors and worked in third-world countries.

The Plan
Whitney
Dineen

CHICK-LIT:  Amelia Frothingham lives a simple, sheltered life in her hometown of Creek Water, Missouri, running her jewelry shop. She is plagued by the anxiety that keeps her chained to her routines — a safety blanket of sorts. At the age of 34, her mother wants to see her married off, but she recently let her ex, Aiden, “get away” when she chose not to leave town with him.

Take It Off the Menu
Christina
Hovland

ROMANTIC COMEDY:  Marlee is happily planning her wedding when her fiancé, Scotty, ends their engagement a few days before the event.  Her girlfriends, who have come to town for the wedding, decide that a Vegas trip would be a good pick-me-up for Marlee.  Eli, Sadie’s brother, tags along too.  During a drunken night, not only does the entire group get tattoos, but Eli and Marlee get married.  Wh

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