After ten years in the big city, Cassie Holt is moving back to her hometown to take over the bookstore left to her by her beloved Gram, vowing to live her life alone. To her best friend, Sheriff James Marsten, Cassie seems to be the same girl that left Fairfield Corners to go to college but Cassie has secrets and one of those secrets could get her killed. When one of her secrets becomes a threat to her life, James turns to his new deputy to help him keep Cassie safe.
One kiss can change the future...for better or for worse. Belle and her cousins have conquered their fears. Now as they navigate their way through the dating world, they start to see a "happily ever after" on the horizon. But when an unexpected school assignment forces them to examine their past, the Princess Sisters realize they have a lot of questions about the fathers they've never met. Secrets are revealed, long lost family members are discovered, and now the girls must decide who belongs in their future and who should be kept in the past.
Face it - we are a nation of complainers. We complain when our team loses, when the TV program's dull, when the weather turns on us. We grumble about bad politicians and stupid laws and shoes that pinch. The average American complains an average of 20 times a day! You need to know how to complain effectively, to make your voice heard. A smart consumer will save money, time, and aggravation.
Peach - written in lyrical, soulful prose and poetry by Jenevieve "Peach" Woods - is a heartfelt account of her life as the invisible girl, shunned because she is afflicted with a life-altering disease. Her book is part of her mission to "celebrate our differences, and to treat each other with kindness and dignity". Ms. Woods' book demonstrates wisdom, compassion, and insight into the human condition that is far beyond her 18 years.