Chrystelle Bach has been in LA for two and a half years. She came here from her small town of Gwilliams, Colorado, to be a screenwriter. So far she's anything but. A limo driver, waitress, bartender...but she's not one to give up. And now, she finally has her chance to get her script into the right hands.
Quinton Fairchild has taken over Fairchild Films for his dad. He's done well. So when a new script is given to him, he likes it...but wants some changes. The author of the script wants it just as it is. She'll change her mind though, because Quinton always wins.
A wonderful story. I enjoyed the characters and the storyline.
River Jackson was a winning quarterback for the Denver Flyers. A team his dad had played on, and both of his younger brothers planned on being on. After a shoulder injury, things changed in good and bad ways. He found something exciting to do in his spare time...helping out kids at a learning center in a low-income area.
Bryg Winslow is a success story. From living in The Grid, the poor section of Denver, with his mother, until he was placed in a foster home and then becoming a billionaire. So when he goes to a small town in Colorado for his next project, he gets so much more out of it than he expected.
After being adopted by the Rendell’s, Leah took the beautiful ranch she grew up on for granted until she realized what she could lose if her parents sold out to Bryg. She no longer lived here, but it was always there for her trips home from Massachusetts, where she was a college professor. She’d watched so many young men come and go as her parents fostered them. Teaching them to be Godly young men. And now, it would all end.
Such a beautiful story in so many ways, like how quickly we can judge—or misjudge—someone. I loved the story, the characters, all of it.
Alexander Ross is a billionaire. After his father’s death and he took control of Ross Enterprises, he was even more successful. If only he could have such success at being a father. After his late ex-wife’s death, he’ll have Poppy with him until she goes to boarding school. He just needed the right nanny as Poppy had gone through three already since her mother’s death.
Felicity Holden was a scarred woman. Literally. Her face carried the burden of the reminder of the night her father died. She knew no man would want her, so she became a nanny so she could enjoy children, knowing she’d never have her own.
The life of the rich was very different from Felicity’s life. But, that was no excuse for Alexander not to be the best dad he could be. And, at risk of getting fired, she let him know just that. This was a short-term job anyway. It was an incredible story to me…I went through quite a few tissues, so if you cry easily…tissue alert.
Zach Lowe and Ellora were from the same town. The same high school. Different sides of the tracks. Funny how things you were told in your younger years stick with you. Reminding you of things like not being good enough for some people.
This is the first book I've read from this author and I really enjoyed it. I found it to be an easy read that kept my attention and the pages turning.
Dillon Lowe was in turmoil. After the heart-wrenching act of having to close one of their offices—putting two thousand people out of jobs—he wanted to resign. But, his boss wouldn’t let him. So, he took off for his family’s unused beach house in the Outer Banks. He needed time. What he didn’t expect was the woman who walked in and told him he had to leave.
Tessa Carlisle had lost her job in New York. Her friend Stella had told her to come and stay at the family beach house. She’d been living in this beautiful house on the beach for the last month and working at a bakery. She wished this could continue, so peaceful, but she had student loans to pay. She needed a high-paying job. And she had to keep her mind off her new, unexpected housemate.
They have no idea that both of them worked for the same company. Instead, they just enjoyed their new friendship. A heartwarming story with struggles on which path to take.
Josh Merrick was a rodeo star, although with as humble as he was, you'd never know. After a win one night, his dog, Tank, took off...and found a woman. After convincing her to come with him...no easy task...he took her with him to his aunt's home. She'd be safe at Crystal Creek Ranch. And by the looks of her, she needed a safe haven.
Lily Marie Harkin was on the run. She had to keep moving because he'd find her...and she just couldn't be under his thumb another day. She had another life to protect besides her own. The handsome blue-eyed cowboy seemed safe, but then again, so did another man four years ago.
Josh had lost someone he cared about, he had to convince Lily not to take off. To trust him to protect her. Trust wasn't something that came easy for her anymore. Wonderful characters and an excellent storyline.
Hunter Whitlock left Gregory Enterprises a year ago. A job wasn’t all that he left; his heart was there too. But, because of his love for Bryce, he had to leave instead of making her choose between him or her father. And now Egon Gregory is dead, and Hunter returned to New York to show his respects.
Bryce Gregory has a long road ahead of her. Her father left the company to her. Not his long-time friend and business partner, and Percy definitely disagrees with that. Seeing Hunter again isn’t easy after he walked out of her life a year ago.
When things turn dangerous, Hunter steps in and takes Bryce back with him to Crystal Creek to keep her safe.
An exciting, page-turning story. Written in such a way that it’s hard to figure out who is good and who is bad.