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men at the same time was something Angel Mabbott never expected to happen. Leaving
a past full of pain and loss in California,
Angel is determined to make something of her life when she starts college in Minneapolis. But life
takes a turn when she finds herself torn between Kevin and Roman.
passion and her faith convictions when she meets a handsome police officer who
is a womanizing commitment-phobe with abandonment issues.
won’t happen again.” He mumbled under his breath, “Until you ask for it.” AnaBelle
Mason is a lonely widow trying to run the farm her husband left her. Tray
Thompson is a college student majoring in beer and girls. Will One Hot Summer
together change their lives forever?
was a single mother, happy running her gallery, he was a famous movie star who
never wanted to get married. Neither can deny the instant attraction. Neither
knew there was an ex-lover who’d do anything to make sure they stayed apart.
get past each other’s imperfections to make it work?
damaged heart to herself, but Sam will do whatever it takes to break down her
walls and force his way in. Until they discover that their relationship is off
limits. Will Charlie deny her own happiness to protect everything her teacher
has worked for? In a broken heartbeat.
Joe Masters, a fiery ginger, had a smile that could
charm the pants off of any woman he met. Marti Whitaker was recently burned by
a charming man. Their romance promised to be stormy unless one or both would
fights to maintain the distance; while the other battles to close the gap. Will
Ashley Kynde and Ryan Baker move forward together or will they finally close
the last remaining door to their past?