Pixie, Ellie, Katie and Jane met in one of those weight loss groups that weigh you publically. Tired of the lack of weight loss, the judgment and with a need to expand socially, they start going out on their own and those nights blossom into The Curvy Girls Club. Their concept is a runaway hit and as the concept becomes more popular the friends begin to change. Can their friendship survive success?
In The Duke’s Offer by Felicity Goforth, Charlotte Barton is a spinster caring for her father who has earned a fortune in pottery. When Charles Randall rides into the country to tell her that her father is ill, he doesn’t anticipate the interest of his cash-strapped brother, the Duke of Walmer. With growing affection toward Charlotte, will Charles expose his brother’s true motives? Can Charlotte turn down the offer of a Duke?
In Triumph and Treasure by Collette Cameron, Angelina Ellsworth discovers that the man she married hours before is married to someone else in France. To escape a scandal, she travels to England playing the part of a newly widowed young woman. She soon finds that she’s pregnant and scandal seems inevitable. Flynn, the Earl of Luxmoore, finds himself in untenable circumstances when his father commits suicide after losing the family fortune to Lord Waterford, fortunately for Flynn there’s a potential out. Lord Waterford is willing to restore all to Flynn and his family if only the young Lord will marry his niece. With an invalid sister, sick mother and aging grandmother to care for, does Flynn really have a choice?
In Playing Charlie Cool by Laurie Boris Charlie Trager has a great family that supports him in everything he does. Adam Joshua Goldberg, Charlie’s boyfriend, doesn’t have the same generous loving support. Josh has an ex in progress trying to work her way into perfect position to destroy everything Joshua loves and that’s not something Charlie can allow. Can Charlie and Josh find a happily ever after with everyone in their lives?
In The Paragraph Ranch by Kay Ellington and Barbara Brannon, Dee Kaufman’s mother is injured in a car accident and Dee must return to the tiny Texas town in which she was raised to help her recover. Working against a make or break literary deadline, Dee must care for her mother while struggling with the eternal question. Can you go home again?
In The “She” Stands Alone by Nadine Keels, Sheridan Jones fell in love in college only to have her heart broken. The dating pool is shallow so Sheridan decides that her best option is to simply date herself.
Princess Shalira was blinded as a result of an assassination attempt as a child. Her best chance to escape her home and cruel stepmother is to agree to an arranged marriage. Princess Shalira convinces Mike Varone, a Sectors Special Forces officer, to escort her to her groom. The connection between Mike and Princess Shalira is unreliable, and when complications in the transport arise will they be able to resist the attraction and manage to stay alive?
In Chasing Athens by Marissa Tejada, Ava Martin moves to Greece with her new husband, and seven months later, the marriage is over and she’s in a foreign country on her own. With an uncertain future can she learn to navigate Greece and is that country where she was meant to live? On a mission of self-discovery and with some help from her friends, Ava must decide where she should be and what really matters.
Who would you be if you could be anyone? In Compass North by Stephanie Joyce Cole, Meredith needs a change after the breakup of her marriage and moves from Florida to Alaska. A strange accident leaves her presumed dead and with a new identity. Starting over seems a dream come true but someone who will stop at nothing is still looking for her. Can Meredith find the peace she’s looking for?
In Beware the Seventh Wave by Maureen Gregory, Emma thinks she’s found the perfect man but is he a killer or the perfect person to take the fall? How well do you really know the person with whom you fall in love?
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