Baby Cakes: Ariel Dawson didn’t plan on getting a tattoo when she went to Ink Addiction with her sister. She was just there for moral support…definitely not to find an alpha caveman of her own. Maddox Holt had no qualms about putting his mark on Ariel right after he laid eyes on her. Because that’s exactly what she was. His woman…even if they didn’t have much in common. Baby, I Do: Aurora Dawson loved helping happy couples have their perfect wedding and happily ever after. Even if she never found one for herself. When a divorce office opened shop right next to her, she was livid that someone would help tear apart the couples she brought together. But it was hard for her to stay angry at the charming, sexy lawyer when she found herself fighting an attraction like she’d never felt before. With all the families he’d seen torn apart because of marriages that never should have happened in the first place, Will Scott was a one and done kind of man. When the stunning owner of the wedding chapel came storming into his office, he knew right away that she was the forever he was looking for. Now, he just had to convince Aurora that he was her happily ever after. (Full blurb on Amazon)
Everything was perfect. Until…well, it’s complicated… All my hard work had finally paid off in a big way. Then life decided to remind me that I wasn’t really in control of anything, no matter what I planned for myself. Losing my grandmother was devastating. Losing my job was just icing on the crappiest cake ever. That’s when I did something wild. I hopped a plane to Ireland with nothing but the clothes on my back and a deep desire for…inspiration. Well, I found it. Or rather, him. Conor Doherty is handsome, sweet, and oh-so-sexy. I thought I could have a simple vacation fling with him. But it didn’t take long for me to realize that simple isn’t possible with a man like Conor. Too bad he lives a world away from my real life—the life I need to eventually return to. So, what’s a girl to do when she falls for her polar opposite? I’ll let you know when I figure it out…
Willow got pregnant as a teenager and married her high school sweetheart, Jake. She and her husband had four sons, and Willow thought her life was perfect and was happy living in her small town. She was looking forward to life with her husband now that their children were grown. She plans to rediscover Jake, her husband, and start traveling like she always dreamed about since childhood. All of that changes when she discovers her husband is cheating. She is devastated, so Willow moves to the city away from the only home she has ever known. She is ready to start a new life even though she struggles over her family’s breakup. Willow is naive about city life, dating and life on her own. She’s a little lost and trying to figure out who she is now. She was surprised when she meets Aiden, and he sweeps her off her feet. Aiden is a workaholic. He’s a successful lawyer, a partner in a thriving firm. He had a good childhood up until he was in college, and he learned of his father’s unsavory business dealings. He still struggles even though his father died a few years ago. He has made a promise to himself that he would always fight for those who have been wronged. (Read the full blurb on Amazon)
Tauria, aged 32, lives in the society that seems to believe that happiness is a universal concept. People, who had survived the near apocalyptic experience, have built a whole new world full of pleasure and easiness. It is designed to make everyone feel happy every minute of their lives. Work brings satisfaction, hobbies are encouraged, relationships are supposed to bring out only positive emotions. Does it matter that things that don’t fit into the general happy pattern get discarded and disappear? Things like friendship and commitment. Things like true love. It is supposed to be enough with lightness and never-ending joy. But there are two worlds now. They are forced to exist side by side. Can they find a way to live together? The Chinese proverb says: “When the winds of change blow, some people build walls and others build windmills.” What will the people of two worlds, so utterly different and at the same time so similar, choose?