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  • Hush, Hush

    by Lucia Franco

    I knew the rules.

    Never reveal my true identity.

    Play the game, give the illusion.

    Don’t get close to the clients.

    The dark and glamorous lifestyle of the rich and shameless open my eyes to a lavish world of sin and wealth, and a man I can’t have. A man I desperately want—James Riviera.

    We're treading a fine line as we live the ultimate double life until we make a startling discovery that tests both our loyalties. I only had to follow the ru... more

  • Reasons to switch to Organic trash bags!

    by charlie lane
    I often search the most questioned topics for various walks of life and consumerism, and one question that I often come across is people trying to explain to themselves and others why or why not is it worth switching to eco-friendly alternatives for regular supplies for the environmental and economical point of view. In this article, I will analyze this question from both these parameters and in conclusion, let's see what makes more sense than the other. A major reason why many people criticiz... more
  • Types of sexy women night clothes in India!

    by akansha Singh
    Women enjoy a variety of options in literally every walk of life, and the world of sexy nightwear is no different to this said notion. When it comes to a female nightwear wardrobe, the available options vary in a number of factors such as age, relationship status, weather, and the wearer’s mood. In this article, let's specifically have a look at the most common hot nightwear options that women have at their disposal. Sexy Babydoll Nighties There will not be a single online or offline store th... more
  • Catch

    by Tracy Ewens

    If only life were as simple as once upon a time and happily ever after.

    Jules Bartlett stopped believing in fairy tales a long time ago. As captain of the Branch Fishing boats, she manages a mighty crew of twelve men and a plethora of tourists in search of deep sea adventure. Years from her divorce, Jules is content raising her daughter Bella, navigating her family’s ever-changing endeavors, and steering clear of any other men her mother assures her are out there in the sea.

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  • Blow

    by Tracy Ewens

    If only life were as simple as breathing in and letting go.

    Millie Hart has made a career writing happy endings. While her real life is often less than enchanting, at least she has her stories, featuring strong, vibrant women ready for any challenge and men who stand in support of their dreams. Millie makes millions of readers swoon, but despite her agent’s deep objections, her new project is fueled by her intense drive to prove something. All she needs is four months in Bodega Ba... more

  • Tap

    by Tracy Ewens

    If only life were as simple as a clever pickup line.

    Cade McNaughton is the last man standing. His brothers have all found love. Despite his recent oh-so-revealing Instagram nightmare and his family’s subsequent disappointment, Cade is ready to fall for a woman who cares more about the last book he read and less about his body. But amid the buzz and banter of tending Foghorn Brewery’s bar, Cade is not exactly settle-down material. All that’s about to change, starting w... more

  • Smooth

    by Tracy Ewens

    If only life came with a guarantee.

    Patrick McNaughton wants more. More people drinking Foghorn’s beer, more money to push their brewery past the competition, and more cooperation from his brothers, who have no sense of urgency. He’s all about conquering one challenge on his way to the next, so long as there’s a remote chance of winning. That’s why Aspen Pane sits in the office down the hall, oblivious to his attraction. Patrick has always wanted more with her, b... more

  • Brew

    by Tracy Ewens

    If only life came with instructions.

    Boyd McNaughton is working on balance. He is a father, a brewmaster, and the oldest brother of four. When he’s not running Foghorn Brewery with two of his brothers, his days are packed with carpools, teenage angst, and well-intentioned school moms determined to send him on the perfect blind date. After a simple argument ends with a visit to the emergency room, Boyd discovers the one thing he’s been neglecting—his life.

    Ella Wa... more

  • Exposure

    by Tracy Ewens

    If only life were as simple as smiling for the camera.

    After years of braving the Arctic’s frigid temperatures or endless hours tracking the Spirit Bear to capture the perfect shot for National Geographic, Meg Jeffries decides to move back to the city—San Francisco. She wants a life with more stability. The kind that lets her see her family more than once a year and comes with owning a toaster or a full-sized tube of toothpaste. But creating her new “ normal” is ... more

  • Playbook

    by Tracy Ewens

    If only life came with a script.

    Anna Jeffries has spent the last thirty-two years blending in, content in her worn-out reading chair—her happy corner of the world—spinning romantic scenarios she’s certain reality can’t deliver. After three years of teaching Shakespeare at UC Berkeley, Anna is working toward full tenure. Her life in the classroom means everything and she can’t imagine wanting more… until she does.

    Dane Sivac is in his second ye... more

  • Vacancy

    by Tracy Ewens

    If only life were as simple as filling a vacancy.

    Hollis Jeffries is a “dynamo” as her father likes to say. She’s the youngest vice president at Dobbins Capital. She wows investors, runs marathons, and speaks three languages. As the oldest, Hollis is always first to try and first to succeed. According to the other Jeffries sisters, she’s practically perfect. . . until she’s not.

    Matthew Locke grew up in the shadow of his brother’s death and with... more

  • Stirred

    by Tracy Ewens

    If only life were as simple as choosing between shaken or stirred.

    Sage Jeffries grew up an overachiever. She studied, excelled, and became a mechanical engineer for a firm in San Francisco. Yet much to her family’s surprise, right before turning thirty, she made a bold move to Los Angeles and became a bartender at The Yard. Now, she spends her time mixing drinks and trying new things. Her life is good, fun . . . except for two teeny tiny challenges—she’s in love with ... more

  • Reserved

    by Tracy Ewens

    If only life were as simple as making a reservation.

    Makenna Rye Conroy was living the dream—with an amazing husband and a beautiful new baby daughter—when one night changed everything.

    Almost six years after Adam’s death, Makenna and her daughter Paige have built a solid, happy life together. Makenna manages her brother’s trendy restaurant, The Yard, and helps out at Ryeland Farms, the family business, all while navigating the world of private school paren... more

  • Taste

    by Tracy Ewens

    If only life were as simple as following a recipe.

    In her twenties, Kara Malendar found herself at Le Cordon Bleu culinary school in Paris, thousands of miles away from the harsh media coverage of her political family. But Paris ended abruptly when she was summoned home to Los Angeles and expected to stand in again as the senator’s perfect daughter.

    Now, thirty, Kara has made a different kind of life for herself. As a food critic for the Los Angeles Times, she casts a critic... more

  • Candidate

    by Tracy Ewens

    If only life were as simple as choosing between Toaster Strudel and Fruit Loops.

    Katherine Galloway is two years divorced and still living out of boxes. Between her brothers (cops that work with her ex) and her mother’s constant reminders that her clock is ticking, Kate is trying to hold it all together. But the truth is, she’s eating Toaster Strudel for dinner, and living and breathing her PR career. When it comes to public relations, there’s nothing she can’t h... more

  • Premiere

    by Tracy Ewens

    If only life were as simple as a good-looking guy and a great dress.

    Samantha “Sam” Cathner gave up needing Peter years ago, but now her theater needs his play. She knows how fairytales end once the house lights are up, so she steadies herself to work with the brilliant playwright who once broke her heart.

    Peter Everoad is back in Pasadena, the hometown he traded for the bright lights of New York as soon as he graduated. The Pasadena Playhouse, where his oldest friend ... more