Mona Berman is an expert at Happily Ever After - after all, she's a best-selling Romance writer and happy endings are what she does best. So when her husband of 20 years leaves her for somebody 15 years younger, 30 pounds lighter, and French, she's got a lot of adjusting to do, both personally and professionally. Lucky for her she's got three savvy teen daughters, a few good friends, and Ben, the world's sexiest plumber, to help her along the way.
"Loved it! Narration and overall story was great!"
Michael Carlucci, the hot, young musical genius behind the successful rock band, NinetySeven, knows that he's found the woman for him. Diane Matthews is not just beautiful and smart, she's got an infectious passion for everything in her life, from her three daughters to her new play. For him, the search is over. He knows they belong together. For Diane, it's not as simple. She's almost 20 years older than Michael. She's not interested in remarrying, but she can't deny the growing attraction between them - and it's not just his touch that she craves.
"Love love love this book"
After her divorce, librarian Annie Reynolds thought she'd closed the book on love for good - it just wasn't part of her safe, comfortable routine. But if there's anyplace she can relax and have a little fun, it's Dune Road, where she and her closest girlfriends return for their annual getaway in the Hamptons. She knows it's just what she needs to escape her empty nest (and empty bed).
Widowed Kate Everett is looking forward to starting her "second act". She’s planned out everything that she wants - a new house, a new job, maybe even a new man. She can’t wait until everything falls into place. But life has a way of butting in, and Kate soon finds herself dealing with unexpected houseguests, helping her daughter plan the world’s smallest wedding, and sudden unemployment. Things get even more complicated with the reappearance of her old college love, Jake. He realizes the mistake he made years ago in letting her go, and is eager to win her back.
"Terrible Narration Makes Book Unreadable"
The Mt. Abrams Mysteries are told in first person by Ellie Rocca, a 50-ish freelance editor of murder mysteries, divorced with two daughters, living in the small, quirky community of Mt. Abrams. A Mother's Day Murder introduced Ellie and her circle of friends as they get drawn into the mystery surrounding the disappearance of one of the local moms. She meets Sam Kinali, the police detective on the case, and they begin a relationship.
"Three Short Stories Not One Book"