5 Books For Single Ladies
by Karen Green
Single ladies, it’s time to take a cue from these sassy protagonists and know that our vivaciousness has everything to do with our outlook on life and very little to do with being consciously coupled. And hey, even if there are no chocolates or roses in the near future, there’s something much better—a great book to check out!
Flowers on Maine by Sherryl Woods
Bree O’Brien has had it with Chicago, had it with struggling as a playwright and had it with failed relationships. She knows she’s making the right decision when she travels back to her hometown to open a flower shop and start a new, simpler life for herself. So why do the complications begin to show up almost immediately?
Meternity by Meghann Foye
Liz Buckley works just as hard as any other woman in her industry, so why can’t she get the “break” she sees the other women getting after they have a baby? Armed with a fake rubber belly and a definite idea of how easy women have it on maternity leave, Liz embarks on a bumpy road to her own leave of absence.
Sex on Flamingo Beach by Marcia King-Gamble
Emilie has been hired to help get a struggling resort complex back on its feet, but her job hits a snag when a handsome developer tells her he plans to open a casino next door. She wants to make sure their work negotiations remain professional and fair, but they are both having trouble separating business from pleasure.
If Only You Knew by Kristan Higgins
Jenny’s marriage has ended and she needs to spend some time with the person who knows her best—her sister, Rachel. But their reunion does not go exactly as planned, as Rachel’s picture-perfect life starts to crumble. The sisters are each relying on the other for stability, but they may have to tear everything they know to the ground to build something new.
The Beach House by Mary Alice Monroe
When she reluctantly returns to her childhood hometown, Caretta Rutledge takes on the task of renovating her family’s beloved beach house. But in the process of repairing the home, Caretta also begins to repair her strained relationship with her mother, and with her own history.
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