Reviews - Contemporary

Can a rock star and a drag queen club owner fall in love in Bangkok?  Erika Bailey moved to Bangkok and invested everything she had in a drag queen club in order to start her new life. She is  doing well — she pays her protection money, and has lots of good-looking talented men working for her. So what if she doesn't have a love life?

Two hours from Philadelphia is the town of Oak Grove, where Sarah Robinson has moved with her daughter for a new start, far away from the tragedy of her past. Lucas Bennett is dealing with a tragedy of his own. He is also the medic that pulls her from the wreckage of her car after a horrible car accident. Each of them are fighting their own demons and don't have much room for forgiveness.

My Life as an Extra
Ruth
Kaufman

WOMEN'S FICTION:  Newly divorced Marla Goldberg is trying to find herself and where she fits in the world now. She put away her dream of being an actress long ago, but now that she is single, she wants to try to reach for it again. Along with looking for a job that is more than being an extra on set, she also starts to date again — but she isn’t successful at either attempt.

WESTERN:  Meredith Hanover lives the life of a wealthy businessman’s daughter, but her life is anything but happy.  Desperate to escape the clutches of her cold and tyrannical father, she grabs at the chance to become a modern mail-order bride to Jace Shepard, a cattle rancher needing a wife to fulfill his dying father’s wish.

Four years ago, MacKenna Jones interfered with Dr. Joe Whelan’s life. It broke Joe’s heart and earned MacKenna his disgust. Fast forward, four years later: MacKenna is making her cousin’s wedding dress. Her cousin is marrying Joe’s good friend so obviously they will bump into each other one way or another.

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