This holiday season Jenna Pearson is taking a deep breath and returning home. Now a New York woman from her head to her red stilettos, inside she still feels like the small-town girl who ran away.
Worst of all, Jenna has to face gorgeous Stockton Grisham! Her traitorous heart skips upon seeing him again, but she remembers the searing pain of years ago….
Thelma and Louise they're not.
As the miles tick by, Hilary ponders why the word "marriage" has her so terrified and finds she's got a lot to learn--about her mother, love and life in general. Together, Hilary and Rosemary will discover what's around the bend...if they don't drive each other crazy, or drive off a cliff first.
This could be the end of a beautiful friendship...
Nothing takes the sheen off a marriage proposal quite like discovering that your prospective fiancé already has a wife. And for newspaper writer Alexandra Kenner, this is just the latest in a series of unfortunate relationships that are good for only one thing--badmouthing over beers with her best buddy, Mack Douglas. For a guy--especially a distractingly sexy, determinedly single guy--Mack has his decent side, offering to let Alex stay with him while he helps her remodel her house, even setting her up with a potential Mr. Right. What more could Alex ask for--except perhaps an encore of that out-of-the-blue, completely earth-shattering kiss Mack just laid on her?