Reviews - Contemporary

The Stone Girls — Donna, Andi and Marley —have always been there for one another. Twins Andi and Marley have always lived with their mother Donna’s fits of restlessness and sense of wonder. For them, “leaving on the midnight train” meant long road trips to new destinations and starting over with a new life.

Attorney Cherish Moss meets investigative reporter Grayson Steele in a bar the day before her wedding, and the two of them feel an instant bond even though they are strangers. After jilting her groom at the altar, Cherish begins taking steps to reclaim her life. Knowing he shouldn’t encourage a friendship with her, Grayson cannot deny his attraction to Cherish.

King Hunte, thirty-three-year-old playboy son of a legendary rock star, has serious issues. His childhood friend Trevor is in denial about being addicted to drugs, leading to a series of significant consequences with King as collateral damage. That pops King’s bubble of wealth and privilege, and forces him into an actual workplace, where he meets Angie Russo.

The small Canadian farming community of Regina Beach is home to Emily Lange, who has returned from her agriculture studies in the city to help her mom Alese in the aftermath of her father’s death. It will be their first seeding season without him on land that’s been in their family for more than one hundred years.

Meet Eva Polstick, a girl who loves nothing more than to speed down the freeway in her Mustang convertible, and strait-laced by-the-book Maryland state trooper, Sebastian Sherman. The two meet when Sebastian pulls Eva over for breaking the speed limit, and while running her license, he learns there’s an outstanding bench warrant for her arrest.

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