Reviews - Contemporary

The Book of David
Kate L.
Mary

Willow Sands is trapped. Imprisoned in a commune and destined to marry in mere weeks.

Forbidden By Destiny
Negeen
Papehn

MULITI-CULTURAL:  Leyla is dreading the encounter with Ben. She is at his house to collect her best friend's items, left behind after a recent break up. Since she would do anything for her friend Sara, she will load up a few boxes and be on her way. Ben is surprised to see Leyla at his door. The small spark of attraction seems to take them both off guard.

Still recovering from a nasty divorce from her thieving, lying ex-husband, Luce simply want to rest, recover, and recuperate in her hometown of Eureka, Arkansas. What she doesn’t expect is a run-in with — and an instant attraction to — the awkward boy she used to tutor in high school. The boy has grown up into quite a handsome, if emotionally wounded, young man.

Sara Carson returns to her hometown on Texas’ Gulf Coast after ten years to clean up the mess her brother made of the family’s car dealership after their father’s heart attack. Problems abound. The dealership is struggling, her father’s dismissive attitude hasn’t changed, and, worst of all, her brother has leased their warehouse to Josh McKinley.

When Lauren Walsh returned to her hometown of Masonville, North Dakota, she expected it to be as a newly single woman, not a new widow.

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