In They Call Me Crazy by Kelly Stone Gamble, Cass Adams has always been a bit crazy but in recent years she’s gone off the charts to the extent that her husband had to move her out of town. When she’s found with her dead husband’s body, everyone knows what happened. Roland was well liked in the community and gregarious and no one knows what he was doing with Crazy Cass. Cass has always been a person without a filter and the quirky residents of Deacon, Kansas with the exception of her Grams and Roland’s brother, Clay, are ready to see her fry. Is everything as simple as it looks?
Landon and Seven have had troubled backgrounds. Landon seems to have life figured out, but his traumatic early life has left a mark as did his mother’s inability or unwillingness to protect him. Seven has problems with anger management and involves herself with people who exploit her weaknesses.When they meet at the beauty shop that belongs to Landon’s cousin, there is an instant connection. Landon is everything Seven has never had. Suave, wealthy and in control … or so it seems. Can their relationship develop and love bloom despite the odds or will their past catch up with them?
In Evergreen Girl by Sybil Powell, Fran is the black sheep of the family. Since the day of her birth, her mother has hated her for not being a boy and she has never measured up to her older sister Becky. When Fran’s mother kicks her out of the family home, she must make her way in the world. And, she makes her way in spectacular style until she realizes one day that sometimes works satisfaction isn’t enough. Follow Fran on the adventure she calls life in Evergreen Girl (Volume 1).
In It Isn’t Cheating if He’s Dead by Julie Frayn, Jemima Stone’s fiancé Gerald has been missing for four years. She’s been going about her life, feeding the homeless in the park and hoping that one day she’ll see Gerald. Her weekly updates with Detective Finn Wight give her the confidence that someone is looking, and he might be found. Sadly, he is found. Dead in Montreal. Gerald’s mother blames Jem for his mental illness and to some extent, she blames herself for his leaving and feels as though she’s sullying his memory when she and Finn give into their mutual attraction. Can she cleanse her soul by helping a newcomer to the park reunite with his family? He won’t talk to her, but she knows someone is looking for him as she looked for Gerald and she, with Finn’s help, is determined to return him to his loved ones.
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