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Elise Abernathy knew she made a mistake the moment she said “I Do” to the wrong man. Yet, she did it anyway, willing to use any excuse possible to escape Bourbonsville.


And maybe to get away from Brandon Justice, too.


She left with nothing more than her new husband, Brandon’s old guitar, and a promise to never set foot in her small Kentucky hometown ever again.


Now, devastation from her divorce nips at her heels in a dingy Bourbonsville motel. Worse, she’s too mortified to face any of her family or friends, unwilling to admit she is now home with little money and fewer career options.


Brandon tried everything he could to forget the woman who trampled his heart when she married another man. He has a heartbroken sister and his niece to look after, as well as a business to run. The last thing he expects is for Elise to burst into his neighbor’s house, demanding a first aid kit and the same crap attitude that caused their fight all those years ago.


But Elise is home, and that’s all that matters… If Brandon could get her to slow down long enough to have a civilized conversation with him.


How often do two people have to get it right?

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Not every ending is happy.


Gwen Justice is the eldest sister. The mother. The sinner. The one who makes bad relationship decisions. It’s like she’s drawn to making the horrible kind.


Stuck between her present, Jay, and her past, Charlie, Gwen can’t stop lying to herself. Drawn to Charlie for years through letter writing when he deploys in the Navy, Gwen tries but keeps stalling even though he keeps giving her chances. Maybe it’s a true inability to commit to a good man who deeply cares for her, or a deep-seated fear she keeps fighting that something will happen to him.


Jay is rough around the edges. Her bad boy. But he’s easier. He never leaves even when Gwen tries. There’s no fear of him getting hurt; not like there is with Charlie. And he truly loves her.


Or so Gwen keeps telling herself.

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Cheap Sunglasses:

The Mae Flower has fallen entirely into Mae Davenport’s lap.


According to her father, he’s trying to teach her a lesson. And even worse? She has to manage it without a cook, bartenders, AND a crappy menu that her mother originally designed. Her parents have really picked the worst time to pack up to Florida. Her best friend is going through a divorce. She just lost her other best friend.

 

And her love life is in shambles.


All Mae really needs is a week in Vegas.


Dan is trapped in Kentucky with a broken car after trying to bail his sister out of trouble. It’s only by chance that he finds a flustered Mae Davenport in need of a chef after she points him in the direction of a decent mechanic for his car. 


They’re attracted to each other, and the sex is great but…


Mae refuses to be tied down.


Dan has zero plans to stay in Kentucky.


Happy for nows are doable, right?

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Forced to take leave from work in Peru, Sophie accepts a temporary position at Bergin Archaeology back in the United States, a favor from her old professor. She soon realizes she has neglected too many people since she pursued her career as an archaeologist, and it’s nice to catch up with old friends the Bluegrass State.


The longer she stays home, the less she misses her broken pottery and dusty bones.
But one thing for sure?


Deciding to stay in Kentucky has nothing to do with Neal Justice.


NOTHING.


Neal Justice has come a long way from the awkward med student who rarely went out… In fact, he’s given up his life-long dream of being a doctor, at all.


He’s good with working at the mill and helping his brother plan his wedding. Maybe watching his niece and nephew occasionally. Fewer people die when he doesn’t practice medicine.


The last thing he expects is for Sophie Riddle to blow into his life with an accusing finger, a territorial attachment to spaghetti, and a reluctance to dance with him.

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