JoAn Fentress thought the military would take care of her in the way her family never did, but that didn’t happen. Homeless on the streets of Memphis, TN, she walked through the only open door she could find, and it changed her life.
Jeremy Hooks needed only to smile, and the world gave him whatever he asked of it. Eventually, people stop partying, right…at least when they’re threatened. He has one more chance to prove himself before he loses everything.
Jerome Blanden couldn’t let go of his love, even in death. Because of him…his selfishness, she’d lost so much time. Time he couldn’t give back. But, he could change everything.
Michael Armstrong didn’t believe in a lot of things anymore. What was happening to him now couldn’t be real. How was any of it possible?
He’d sat on top of the world… the perfect woman, a daughter, and a job that made his father proud. Now, Kendis was divorced, and his daughter wasn’t really his. At least, he has a good job…at Brady and Associates, the firm that sends him to Maryland for their client, Eastover. Eastover, one of Maryland’s largest commercial real estate developers, is on a mission to take over older, outdated malls.
She’d been through the wringer in her personal life, and now LaKia thinks the only thing she can control is her career as Marketing Director for a small commercial real estate company. She’d always wanted marriage and children like her best friend has… but she’s given up on ever finding her own Mr. Right.
Until Kendis. He gave her everything, and she gave it right back.
Christmas Davis wanted to give something back to the community she loved. But, that opportunity was lost to her. Although won by another, would his ambitions allow him to help those in need?
Presley Marino knew she might say no, but she was the only person he wanted. Together, they could change things in the hometown they both loved. That part would be easy, but convincing her and his brother wouldn’t.
Would they allow an uneasy history to silence a need for change, or would they force a new beginning?
The knife at her throat didn’t frighten Scarlet Anderson. In fact, it was a relief. Finally, she didn’t have to worry any longer about living another empty day. She’d be reunited with the ones she loved.
Joshua Davis had faced a lot of challenges in his life, his faith and the love of his family had seen him through his latest battles. But…no person could help him now. How had he managed to fall in love with someone who’d stopped loving herself? And what was he supposed to do?
For her employees, Victoria James quits her job to save theirs. That decision loses her the man she thought she loved. And sends her back to Memphis, TN with everything she owns to face a neglected and forgotten relationship with her grandfather.
Everything she has is stolen. Chad Kirkpatrick, her childhood love, the first man to break her heart, now a police officer, comes to her aide.
Can she move forward, and put her past behind her? Will Chad forgive her?
To pay back her parents and prevent the loss of their family business, Sinclair Mosley leaves her family and friends behind. Pennsylvania doesn’t welcome her with open arms, but Chance O’Malley does. At the risk of losing everything that brought her to Pennsylvania, including her family’s restaurant, Sinclair must decide if she’s willing to take a chance on love.
Sex, liquor, and men are not always a good thing. Kelly Ann Mitchell discovers this the hard way. One night of confusion, and misplaced trust result in a mistake she can’t take back. Forced to make a choice, she chooses the only thing she can live with which changes her life, and the lives of everyone around her forever.
Charles Mitchell failed his family, his daughter, once. He’s determined not to do it again. Jerry Harte must pay for what he’s done, and Charles will be the one to make sure he does.
Every once in a while my characters like to drop by and share what’s happening in their worlds. Now, there are a lot of ways in which they could do this, but I’ve asked them to express themselves through poetry–Internal Rhyme. Of course, my men argue this point, but we’ve found a happy compromise. I think. We hope that you’ll drop by and read what’s on their minds, and maybe sometimes mine.
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