Reviews - Contemporary

Sam Ngata needs a fiancée badly, quickly and most importantly—temporarily.  His brother and partner in their woodworking business has told their big investor that Sam is a stable, family-man kind of guy. Unfortunately, Sam is anything but.

Melissa thought she had it all until one day she no longer did. She had the most wonderful husband, Rob, a fantastic sister and brother-in-law, and two beautiful children. Her successful food blog was poised to launch her into her own TV cooking show. It was all great until Rob started acting strange. Distant. Suspicious. Like he was no longer in love with her.

CHICK-LIT/ROMANTIC COMEDY:  This is the third book in the Cozy Cottage Café series. Marissa Jones has major commitment phobias and uses endless excuses why not to get serious with any guy. Then her girlfriends challenge her to find "The One" and make a commitment with him. She carefully selects three different men and lines them all up for three first dates on the same day.

Two Last First Dates
Kate
O’Keefe

CHICK-LIT/ROMANTIC COMEDY:  After suffering the heartbreak of learning her love loves her best friend, Paige finds herself simply going through the motions of life and work. Living with her father with no forward progression, she makes the impulsive decision to quit her job, to be free of something she believes is holding her back.

Tasha knew she was in for heartache when she suddenly left her college dorm to be with her family. She also left her boyfriend, Jericho, without saying goodbye. Little did she know that years later, the place Tasha and her sisters bought to set up their catering company would be right across the street from Jericho’s restaurant.

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