Amelia has always preferred to keep things simple. She enjoyed the reliable simplicity of a seed growing in the earth, a flower blooming, a well-planned life falling into place. And that's what she expected when she opened a little flower shop in the small town of Whimsy, Maine. But that was before a chance encounter awoke long dormant magical powers within her and dropped her in the arms of the gorgeous and powerful alpha werewolf, Roxy.
Film student Sophie isn't interested in mainstream movies; she's all about documentaries. However, when an opportunity arises for her to work on the set of new romantic comedy And Then I Saw Her, it's too good to turn down. She'll be working with prolific, big-budget director Laura Sellers, and starring in the movie is beautiful Ivy Simone. Laura Sellers is exactly as cynical and interesting as she'd been expecting - but Ivy isn't anywhere close to the raging diva that Sophie was expecting to meet. She's sweet, self-deprecating, and softly-spoken.
"Get the E-book version"
L.A.-based journalist Megan Hill is a true town mouse. She loves her permanent cell signal, her shitty public transport, and her Starbucks on every corner - and all of that is about to disappear for an entire summer. Soon, she's going to regret suggesting a "town vs. city" article for the next magazine issue, as it's her the magazine is sending to Iron Road, Utah to make the report. Out there, she'll find Jessie North, the confident and cantankerous owner of North Star Books in the small western town - and apparently the only out and proud lesbian for miles around.
"Predictable in Spots, but Well Written and Sweet"
Charlie Brooks is used to the city life - not the slow, easy pace of small-town Wyoming. She's going to have to get used to it if she's going to last the summer in this tutoring job she's just taken, but maybe there are a few good reasons to stay. First and foremost, there's Sally Sinclair. A training veterinarian who's a ray of light in the otherwise super-conservative mountain town, Charlie can't get enough of her company.
"Really Good Author"
Ace Detective Abigail Avery is just a hard-boiled gal trying to make the world a better place, one scumbag at a time. Starting with Dirty Dick, the greasy mac who lost Avery her job with the department and killed her partner to boot. On top of which, now he's snatched Avery's best gal, the enigmatic and beautiful cabaret dancer Moira Delight. It's all down to one final showdown in the rain and only one sorry sucker is walking away from this.
Twenty-two year old Ellie has finally worked up the courage to leave her homophobic family and escape to the Big Apple, but Brooklyn rent doesn't come cheap. When she meets beautiful freelance illustrator Steph, she seems like the answer to her prayers - at least, so long as she can keep the work coming in, and keep her past from coming to snatch her back out of the city.