Nathan Cross is a struggling actor waiting tables at a local restaurant to make ends meet while he attends endless auditions. Though his hopeful career moves at a slow pace, Olivia is the strength and sunshine in his life...until she leaves him. One day, he is offered a contract with a modeling agent, leading him to work for Knight Fashion magazine - a dream job he never imagined would become a reality.
Nathan Cross is living his dream. Not only is he modeling for Knight Fashion Magazine, recently voted "sexiest man alive", but he is dating a beautiful photographer who could be his new future. When he unexpectedly reunites with his past love, his world crashes around him. Two loves. The past or the future: which one will he choose?
Maxwell Knight was dangerously good looking, seductively charming, and definitely trouble. He was everything Jeanella Mefferd did not need now. Fresh out of college, life was predictable and comfortable for Jeanella. She had the strength of her friends and the security of her job, and she was dating a reliable man; it was all smooth sailing. That was until one night, when she met someone who made her feel things she'd never felt before--dangerous, heart pounding, breathless heat.
"A Good Story Lost in Narration"
No one said breaking up was easy, but escaping to Kauai only adds to Rachel Miller's confusion when fate collides her with Jackson Clark. He's everything Rachel wants - confident, charismatic, and in charge - but his past catches up to them, creating rough waves that seems impossible to calm. Will their love for each other be strong enough or will it crash against the shore?
"The story was fine, the narrator was horrible"
Max and Jenna are forced to test their relationship. Will they be able to embrace the challenges life throws their way? Secrets can ruin the foundation of a relationship. Will Matthew choose to withhold vital information from Becky that could consume her with doubt about their future?
As Jax and Rachel start their lives together, finally engaged and living in Los Angeles, all seems right with the world - until Chloe wants to enter their lives again. She wants to be closer to her son, Jace, and in order to keep the peace, Jax agrees. Unfortunately, trouble seems to be swirling in the air when Rachel's high school crush enters their lives; meanwhile Chloe proclaims to be pregnant. Rachel is left questioning whether Jax is the one she wants to live happily ever after with.
"A Sweet Drama Filled Romance!"
Jeanella's confidence and trust in Max continue to grow, and life seems to be on track. Then Crystal decides to pursue a sexual harassment lawsuit, and Jeanella's world turns upside down. Once again she wonders if she will ever be enough for Max. Jeanella is forced to make a decision: stay and fight for her man or leave him for good. Becky's unexpected friendship with Matthew continues to blossom as they try to define the boundaries of their relationship, but a one-night stand threatens to ruin it all.
"Series gets better each book"
Still reeling from the death of her father, Alexandria hopes to find both independence and reprieve from her grief by heading off to college. However, life throws her a serious curveball when she discovers that her roommate isn't quite the person she had imagined. Smoking, tattoos, and street racing for fast cash are Elijah's only interests. A harsh life has made him apathetic and indifferent, until Alexandria enters his life. When their paths cross, turmoil abounds.
"didn't like it"
In They Can't Find Anything Wrong!, Dr. David Clarke shares a life-changing approach to Stress Illness that is based on detailed interviews with and successful treatment of over 7000 patients. Tens of millions of people with Stress Illness are usually unaware of the nature or degree of the stress responsible for their symptoms. Unfortunately, few physicians are formally trained to detect and manage this problem.
In their timely and topical book, Reimagining Courts, Victor Flango and Thomas Clarke argue that courts are a victim of their own success. Disputes that once were resolved either informally in the family or within the community are now handled mainly by courts, which strains government agency resources. The authors offer provocative suggestions for a thorough overhaul of American state and local courts, one that better fits the needs of a twenty-first century legal system.