Reviews - Contemporary

Grace Holland grew up in the small town of Oak Blend before tragic events forced her family to move away. When Grace finally comes after inheriting her grandfather’s beautiful home and hanger of World War II aircrafts, she runs into his longtime friend, Aaron Beckett, who just happens to be the hot piece of man she needs.

In a last-ditch effort to save her two-year relationship, Cozette Fay attempts to spice things up with a sexy Mrs. Claus outfit. Instead of being aroused, James is worried he’ll miss his morning run. Embarrassed and upset, she packs up what will fit in her suitcase and marches out into the freezing streets of NYC.

Do opposites really attract? Summer and Brock find out for themselves. Summer Graham is like a ray of sunshine to all those around her. She’s a spunky, fun loving, up for anything, people person, admissions recruiter at the local college. Brock McMillan is not any of that. Brock is a list maker, a perfectionist, and a planner who happens to work in the same admissions office as Summer.

After her parents pass away, Rebecca steps up to take guardianship of her special needs younger brother, Drew. Needing a fresh start, Rebecca and Drew move to Granite Cove where she opens a flower shop. While having a few friends helps to distract Rebecca from the pain still lingering in her heart, all of her focus centers around protecting and caring for Drew.

Luke and Mary are employees for the same company. Mary is the gorgeous office manager that everyone wants to go out with, and Luke is the well-built and hot construction worker who is uncoordinated and frequently falling over things. Luke is in love with Mary and is constantly watching and fantasizing about her. The other co-workers see the attraction between Luke and Mary.

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