Reviews - Contemporary

Madison is a bonafide workaholic. She gets a wake-up call when she ends up in the hospital after passing out at work. She is given grave news by the doctors--if she doesn’t make changes soon, she won’t live much longer. Her family brings in a health guru named Brandon. He is a part of a reality TV series to help people become healthy.

Marigold Scott has always lived life as a free spirit, giving her creativity full reign over her day and business.  It is not until she dreams of expanding her floral shop that she even considers she may need a little structure in order to accomplish her goals.  Butch Johnson is the complete opposite of his best friend Mari — he is very structured, with a detailed life plan.  When Mari asks him

LGBTQ/M/M:  Davis is a coffee shop owner in the small town of Kirby, where he lives near his best friend Tanner. Davis is also a devoted single parent to his baby daughter Libby. His unconventional path to fatherhood combined with his business responsibilities mean he hasn’t dated in a long time.

When recovering addict Cass Donovan takes a job counseling high school students in small-town Krysset, Minnesota, the last thing she’s expects—or is ready for—is to fall for the town’s ruggedly handsome pharmacist, Dr. Sawyer Ferris. Having escaped an abusive ex-husband to make a new life for herself, Cass is unsure if love is in the cards.

Dating the Director
Victoria
Barbour

Director Millicent Sullivan and Hollywood heartthrob Chris Ryan are long-time protagonists. Twenty years ago, Millie overheard some insensitive comments Chris made while they were both working on a film. Since then, Millie has harbored her secret hurt and Chris has been clueless why she hates him.

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