Julep Maddox wants one thing: to launch her dental practice. In her way: a hot-mess of a secretary, a delicious distraction named Andrew. Oh, and also...the mob. Now instead of focusing on her business, she's doing j-turns in the middle of the night, using dental floss as a weapon, and hiding in a strange bathroom to solve a kidnapping.
"I laughed out loud!"
Sunny Skies is drowning. The problem, besides the whole not being able to breathe part, is that when her life flashes before her eyes, she doesn't recognize any of it. Convinced the universe phoned in a default slideshow, Sunny gives in to the current. After a fisherman snags the 26-year-old in his net, she decides it's time to cast off her hermitlike ways. When she meets slightly-less-awkward-than-her Brian, an archery-loving neat freak, she discovers that living her new life might be scarier than drowning.
"Sunny skies is a refreshing new hero!"
If there's one thing statistics professor Lauren Sinclair knows, it's probability. And she understands her current equation all too well. Desperate to get herself back into the dating game, Lauren relies on statistical analysis and a ridiculously detailed list to help her find the perfect man. Her friend Mack thinks it sounds like she's trying to find a car instead of a husband. What does he know? He's a tattooed, totally-not-her-type Blackjack dealer.
"Fun, Funny and Romantic"
"High school sweethearts, cutest couple, and together forever" were the words that used to describe Amy and Stuart. Now, with college behind them and careers in full swing, they are not the couple they once were. Those happy words have been replaced by separation, disappointment, and drifting apart. As they face the end of their forever, a high school reunion may just be what these two need to rekindle their love.
"Short Coming of Age-Solid, Well Above Average Work"