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Todd’s my next-door neighbor—an up-and-coming chef ready to make his mark on the world.
His dreams are bold and limitless, his drive even more so.
He offers me a favor, one that I can’t refuse … only there are strings attached.
Amelia’s my next-door neighbor—a talented photographer waiting for her big break.
Her dreams are authentic and intense, her art even more so.
I made her an offer and she accepted … but I asked for something in return.
Two favors meant to make our dreams come true. Our careers were supposed to change, not our friendship. Success was the ultimate goal … until we saw each other in a different light.
Happiness is something you have to choose again and again, each day.
Jason Marks has had the kind of life where things have seemed to just happen to him, no choice involved at all. It’s a struggle for him to keep the past at bay while he tries to move forward. He is no longer the unwanted foster kid. He is a business owner, surrounded by people that love him. But, he isn’t in love. He’s not even sure he believes in it. Not anymore. At least, not until a heartbroken girl falls apart in his arms. It’s enough to make him a believer. Make him a dreamer. Enough to force him to answer that question. Do you give all of yourself to someone who might not choose you in return?
Yes. Yes, you do.
: a strong and harmful need to regularly have something or do something
: an unusually great interest in something or a need to do or have something Leah and Adam have never met.
However, they live parallel lives.
Lives plagued by addiction. When a tragic, but common demon, surfaces between their siblings, Leah and Adam’s worlds collide, never to be the same again. Adam loses his sister forever.
Leah’s brother returns.
Both gain a niece, neither knew existed. Now they face an obstacle to raise a niece together while Leah’s brother struggles to free himself from the grip of drug addiction, and as Adam’s family grieves for the sister and daughter they lost. A commonality is discovered.
Deep wounds begin to heal.
Lines blur as their lives entwine.
Since Kristina Talbot can remember, she’s had to earn the love of men in her life, only to be hurt in return. On the heels of her abusive husband’s death, she leaves New York and heads to New Mexico to try and get her life heading down a new road – one that doesn’t include a man. However, Nathan McKinley sets up a roadblock to her plan. His charming and gentle personality are no match for her love-starved heart. When Nathan shows her God in a new light, and how to place her trust in Him, she begins to hope… When tragedy strikes close to Kristina’s heart, her fears come flooding back, threatening to engulf her newfound hope. Can Nathan help her cling to her new relationship with God, or will she allow her dark and troubled past to pluck out the tiny bud of hope that’s blossoming within her heart?
Dex is many things, a college senior, the bassist for The Invisibles, a son, a friend, everything but a boyfriend. Everybody knows him as the shallow guy who’s up for a good time anytime. People rarely take the time to see the loyal guy lying just beneath the happy-go-lucky façade. There are parts of Dex’s life he keeps hidden. Ones he believes no one would understand. Since he gave up on the idea of a dream girl long ago, he thinks he’s finally found the perfect balance of connection without commitment with Sam. Chrissy used to know everything about Dex. When he left four years ago for college, she was left behind. With nowhere else to turn, Chrissy calls the one person she’s always counted on, Dex. One glance at the sad eyes he’s tried to forget and Dex knows it’s out of his control. With Chrissy's return, lines begin to cross from friendship to something more, but will Dex's secret force them apart forever? BONUS SCENE included from LET ME LOVE This is part of The Invisibles Series. Each book can be read as a standalone, but more enjoyable if you start from the beginning. Don't Let Go (Book 1) Let Me In (Book 2) Let Me Love (Book 3) 18+ For Mature Audiences.
She’s also the one I've hurt the most.
Two years ago, I made a disastrous mistake.
One I’m not sure I can make amends from.
But I have to try, because I’m nothing without her. Brad Ashby's here, in my hometown, asking for a second chance.
All those unresolved feelings for him have resurfaced.
Not that they ever went away.
I know I should run him out of the town, but I can’t.
He needs to know that I wasn’t the only one who was deceived. Even if we gave our relationship another try, how can we rebuild what’s been destroyed? If we weren’t strong enough then, what makes us strong enough now? This is a standalone novel involving two characters from Michelle Lynn's Love Surfaced novel.**
Bea Zanders’s interest penetrated me.
I tried to ignore her unwavering eyes and lasting touches.
But my willpower failed me.
Our one-night affair was mutual.
No expectations, no exchanging of phone numbers, nothing.
The next morning, she sauntered out of my life as fast as she had entered it.
I claimed Dylan McCain as soon as I saw him.
His disheveled dark hair and tattooed arms screamed bad boy.
Finally, I won, and he claimed me in return.
But in the light of day, he changed.
His smile further dented those dreamy dimples.
His panicked green eyes held layers of kindness.
Making sure the rules were clear, I walked away, showing him how little relationships meant to me.
Now, two months later, we come face-to-face again—as coworkers.
Sadie Miller and Brady Carson began their journey together two years ago. Now, after most of their friends have married, it’s finally their turn to say I do.
Sadie and her bridezilla nature have made the Miller/Carson wedding the event of the year. The cake, the caterer, and the flowers are all crossed off her list. But she soon realizes she can’t hide the guilt from her actions years before behind the façade of a big wedding. And if she wants her groom waiting at the end of the aisle, she needs to be honest with him.
Brady has always been the patient one. He’s the father figure and sensible one of the group. But the fears of failing at marriage still run deep within him. A week before the girl he lives for takes his name, a surprise shows up on his doorstep, and his neatly organized life is thrown off-kilter.
Once again, Sadie and Brady are tested by the ghosts of their pasts. However, this time they must come together if they plan on living happily ever after.