Reviews - Contemporary

Kissing on Third
Heather B. Moore, Rebecca Connolly,
Sophia Summers

Baseball has given Levi Cox a purpose and a means of providing for his kid brother.  Since childhood, he has been his brother's protector, and as a consequence, he has a quick temper and a bad reputation. Finley Gray comes from a broken home and even though her father is loving and supportive, the gap left by her runaway mother has left its scars.

Cooperative Lives
Patrick
Finegan

LITERATURE:  With a preface, a cast of more than one dozen featured characters, and four parts, “Cooperative Lives” is a morality play rendered in novel form. Set in an affluent co-op apartment building on Central Park South in New York City, residents’ complicated personal and professional lives overlap and implode.

Ryan Collins seems to have it all. As a successful photographer, he has the money and lifestyle many only dream of. Emily is settling into her new home, left to her by her Aunt Millie, while continuing to work on her sketches. As Ryan and Emily stumbled upon their towns’ dirty little secrets, both of their lives are temporarily put on hold until they can testify.

All the Wrong Places
Randi
Perrin

ROMANTIC COMEDY:  American born, Australian raised, Rachel Kennedy is down on her luck. As a struggling actress, she has had her fair share of rejection along the way. At a recent audition, after losing a shoe and using the wrong accent, she cemented her bad luck streak.

When Zara Kissette’s paintings are destroyed in a fire, she has to rush to get more pieces done for the art gallery contract that will boost her career. She is in desperate need of money for supplies, as well as the inspiration to paint again. She takes a job as a face painter to earn some money and unexpectedly meets her muse in the form of a divorced dad.

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