Jessie Martin’s life is complicated. Her husband of 20+ years with whom she has a grown daughter had an affair with a woman he now wants to marry and she’s struggling to move on. Dating seemed awkward and painful but a chance encounter with a young flower seller sparked a mutual attraction. Can Jessie rebuild her life when she works at the same law firm as her ex-husband and as a reminder of his betrayal and the complexity of the divorce is inescapable?
In A Foolish Consistency by Andrea Weir, Callie and Will have lived other lives in the twenty years since they nearly married. When they meet again in an emergency room it seems like the hand of fate. Both now unencumbered, the spark is still there. They soon discover that as much as they may be willing to maintain a long-distance relationship, there are forces working against them. Will’s children are young and have lost their mother and cannot abide the idea of anyone trying to take their place. As stress mounts, will Callie and Will have what it takes to make it?
In Losing It All by Marsha Cornelius, Frank is at his lowest when he meets Chloe in a soup kitchen and they give each other hope. When they meet again, Chloe is at her lowest. Frank helps her recover and they build a connection but is it one meant to last?