Lynn Ames - Great Bones
"I adored this book. The story captured me and kept me turning pages. I wouldn't mind a sequel!"
"Charming and fast-paced ‘renta yenta’ tale involving a couple of grandmothers, a couple of grand-daughters and a whole lot of angst. When the grandmothers decide to play matchmaker, the lesbian grand-daughters don’t stand a chance. Snappy dialog, good character development, a few too many cliches but harmless and happily so."
Lisa Moreau - Lovebirds
Emily Wellington loves birds. Sydney Cooper loves pole dancing. The last thing they expect is to fall in love with each other.
A.J. Adaire - Match Me
What do Casey Harrison and Mica Baxter have in common? Apparently pretty much everything. Having known each other since high school, the two peas in a pod, long-time friends and business partners, are a couple in every way but one. That line hasn’t been crossed, due to Casey's industrial strength walls and set in stone conviction against becoming romantically involved with a friend.
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