Reviews - Contemporary

Madeline Everly, Mads to friends and family, has had too many things go wrong in her life lately, leaving her single, paying half of the rent for an apartment she can no longer live in, and sleeping on the couch in her sister’s one bedroom cottage… not to mention the lousy job she has at the only realtor’s office in town where she’s treated as nothing more than a pretty face by her chauvinistic

Newly elected mayor of New Hope, Jill Howell, has always been the shy, quiet type. When she brazenly enters a contest for America’s favorite small town, she never thought they’d actually become a finalist. Now Jill must recreate some past town events to get magazine worthy photos and put New Hope on the path to rejuvenation, to bring people back.

Qara Whitaker loves her job, despite the endless hours. She’s on the verge of a promotion when her grandmother surprises her with a trip to Mongolia to visit their family. Unable to say no, she packs her laptop and boards a plane in the hopes of learning more about her heritage – in between working. She never expects that a shared cab ride would change everything.

Love Between the Lines
A. D.
Brazeau

Marlowe Bennet, a prominent local Colorado Springs author, is visting Under the Sheets, one of the biggest book events in Denver, Colorado, for readers and authors alike. When Marlowe meets Heath Rochester, a book cover model, she is unsure of his motives. Heath is so much more than a pretty face; he is also a businessman owning Page Turners bookshop.

When the staff New Year’s after party turns into a sexy sleepover with her charmingly shy coworker, Rosie plans to make a break for it immediately upon waking. She’s thwarted when Eddie’s grandma arrives with breakfast and quickly assesses the situation.

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