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In the contemporary Lake Effect by Johannah Bryson, Shelby Aylesworth knows what real love feels like. She also knows the pain of losing that kind of love. When her dog Norman arranges a most unusual introduction to the island’s newest resident, Shelby finds herself wondering if it isn’t time to stop grieving and start living.
In Plain Sight by Susanne Matthews introduces us to Misty Starr, a widow who gets cast in an amateur theater revival of Jesus Christ Superstar. She’ll do anything to keep this life — even if it is built on lies, because revealing her secret is impossible. When Nick Anthony joins the cast as music director, Misty is attracted to the man who stirs up feelings she thought long dead, but can love grow on a bed of deceit?
In need of some juicy romantic gossip, the 52 residents of Blake’s Folly (the town where All About Charming Alice, a new contemporary by J. Arlene Culiner is set) have decided Alice Treemont has been alone for long enough. The attraction between her and the new-in-town Jace is obvious to everyone, so why should they worry about their essential differences? If you trust in love, solutions do appear.