Reviews - Contemporary

After serving four tours in the Middle East, Christian Wolfe returns to Laguna to live a civilian life. Unfortunately, he did not come home unscathed. He has PTSD that he prefers not to acknowledge, as he sees it as a weakness. Not even his best friends know his secret. Kelly Prescott hates working for her father’s law firm. She resigns and her father disowns her.

Fireball and Fiascos
Heather
Rayne

ROMANTIC COMEDY:  When Harper and Denae meet, the girls know they are meant to be best friends. They even coin a word for the way they feel– flovers. Meaning they are friends who love each other, but they are both really into men. Harper gets involved with Kalil, a tall, dark, handsome man who seems to truly care for her. They spend their free time together and Harper falls for Kalil.

Educating Blaine
Bonnie
Gardner

Blaine has grown up with a silver spoon in her mouth, not completely tuned into how normal people live, and in just a year she’s going to receive control of her trust fund. However, her grandfather feels she’s unprepared to have responsibility for such large sums of money, so he decides to send her into the land of budgeting and working.

Ryder's Bride 
V.K.
Sykes

Claire Maddox works for Bride Bay Concierges, which offers such services as taking care of homes on beautiful Promise island. It's a rather quiet and private place, that is until Ryder Griffin arrives.

Relatively Normal
Whitney
Dineen

CHICK-LIT:  Catriona Masterton has it all: a successful event planning business in New York City, a loving, if somewhat uptight, fiancé, Ethan, and a terrific future ahead.

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