Reviews - Contemporary

Sydney Revere grew up in the shadow of movie-star parents in Hollywood, an environment where “acting out” is expected. Sydney did just that, earning the nickname of “Wild Child” from the media. It all came to an end when Sydney was tired of the tinsel and ran off to become a completely different person. For ten years she’s been a boring, mouse-brown-haired attorney.

LGBTQIA:  Paul is so close to retirement he can taste it. But, after twenty plus years in the military taking care of wounded Marines, does he know how to do anything else? Brains is a celebrity drummer and bona fide rock star who happens to play for Paul’s son’s favorite band.

Hurricane Harry is fast approaching the Eastern Seaboard. Amy is Arielle’s twin sister who lives over the bridge in the bay, and is currently not informed about the evacuation that has been ordered for her area. Great! Her car won’t start, now Arielle who lives on higher land has to drive out and rescue her sister and ill feeling pooch.

Sheila doesn't trust men. They tend to start out nice and end up being nothing but trouble. She is starting over with her two young children, with the help of her shelter sisters. For three years she’s been doing fine. And then Ethan Wolf barges into her life, being as nice as a guy could possibly be.

ROMANTIC COMEDY:  Amalie Warner, a has-been best-selling author, is struggling to get inspiration for a story that ignites a spark in her soul when she runs into Julian Smoke, a washed-up tennis player in a bar. When she learns who he is, her imagination takes off and a plan unfolds.

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