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Book Review: Lucky by Kris Bryant

Serena has had a rough life. She had to practically raise her little sister, Faith, because her mother was busy being an alcoholic. A spur of the moment decision to buy a lottery ticket and her luck changes instantly. As the newest lottery winner in

Book Review: Waiting For You by Elle Spencer

Living in the past. Lindsay is a recently divorced artist and mother. She sells her work through a gallery her best friend, Patty, owns and operates in town. They have lived in their small town their whole lives. And that whole time, Lindsay has been

Book Review: The Mortician’s Daughter by Nan Higgins

Death Agents. Aria has a 22nd birthday to remember. She learns that her family legacy is to help the dead cross over and her life long dream of becoming a professional singer comes crushing down forever. She goes into training and meets a cute girl

Book Review: On The Run by Charlotte Greene

Show me the money. The year is 1995. Hot tempered Gwen has just been fired from a job and is making her way through Texas where she comes across a terrified women hitchhiking in the middle of nowhere. Gwen feels compelled to help this woman

Book Review: Flavor Of The Month by Georgia Beers

Sloppy Seconds. Charlie was in college and drifting apart from her long term girlfriend, Emma. They had been best friends as kids and their first everything together. But the distance was damaging and Charlie found herself infatuated with Darcy. A business woman who occasionally spoke

Book Review: To The Moon And Back by Melissa Brayden

Grounded from the gulp. Lauren is a stage manager at an esteemed Minneapolis theater, The McAllister. Her much needed vacation is thwarted when she is asked to cancel and run interference for a troubled starlet who just signed on as a lead for the upcoming

Book Review: Brooklyn Summer by Maggie Cummings

Kitty therapy. Ashleigh (awesome spelling, by the way) is a divorced high school math teacher that spends time at her best guy friend’s Brooklyn bar. She hasn’t quite gotten beyond the disappointment of her failed relationship. To rub things in, she frequently sees her ex-wife

Book Review: Taking A Shot At Love by KC Richardson

Insecurity. Celeste is a university English professor. She has only had one relationship in her life that she had to leave because the woman ended up being abusive. Lisa is the basketball coach at the same university. She doesn’t have time for relationships because she