Synopsis: Katie never got over the death of her husband and the loss of ever having a family of her own. Two years later the boy she loved when she was seventeen came back to town along with the daughter Katie gave up for adoption. Zack Ferguson had never forgotten Kate, and never knew about Gracie until she came to him for help. Her adoptive parents had died, her aunt didn’t want to deal with her, and she was pregnant. Zack hoped Katie could help, but can she ever forgive him for leaving and can he ever learn how to love. Continue reading “Book Review: Still The One by Robin Wells”
Still The One by Robin Wells
No one ever told her that grief was a series of little, cutting losses that nicked her heart every day.
“I’ve always been wise. You’ve just been too much of a wiseass to notice.”
Katie didn’t believe he really didn’t believe, but she believed he believed he didn’t believe.
Katie’s late husband used to say that her face was half angel, half pixie, and that she couldn’t muster a stern look if her life depended on it.
Nothing good ever comes from bad intentions.
Synopsis: Arcie was eleven when her parents died and she went to live with her grandfather, Sam. Though the pair became closer than before, Arcie spent most of her childhood with the housekeeper. When Sam makes an announcement Arcie can’t live with, she leaves her life of luxury to make a living for herself. Years later, a chance encounter causes Arcie and her grandfather to come together and try to start over. Continue reading “Book Review: White Chocolate Moments by Lori Wick”
White Chocolate Moments by Lori Wick
“Did God make white chocolate?”
“I’m damaged goods –rather broken right now.”
“All of us would have to say that, but I come with extra Band-Aids.”
Synopsis: Tess is a nearly thirty, newly retired, pro tennis star who was injured thus leaving her with no career, no direction, and flat broke. Trying to get her life on track, Tess ends up being asked to mentor an up-and-coming player who just moved from juniors to the big leagues. It may be a huge step down for someone with her celebrity status, but she’s perverse enough to do it if as it meant ticking off the newbie’s older brother. Continue reading “Book Review: Not so Snow White by Donna Kauffman”
Not so Snow White by Donna Kauffman
She ripped her convertible across three lanes of traffic, ignoring the honks and shouted commentary regarding her driving skills. She had to make her exit, right? Besides, at the moment, she had far bigger things to worry about than instigating inadvertent road rage.
Her life was still upside down, emotionally and financially, and she couldn’t seem to find a way to balance it again.
Synopsis: Alexandra Conroy is a doctor and could not allow her patient, Samarah, to travel without medical supervision. Alex found herself in Al Janeen living in the royal palace until she felt the Sheik’s mother no longer needed her help. During her stay, an earthquake hits and causes destruction to a desert village. Alex and Sheikh Azzam hurry to help the villagers, but to protect their honour the pair must marry. Can this temporary arrangement possible become one that is a little less temporary? Continue reading “Book Review: Sheikh, Children’s Doctor… Husband by Meredith Webber”