My name is Alice. When Adrienne and Jordan adopted me from the shelter, they did it mostly for my little sister Trixie. She’s cute and funny, and everybody loves her. I’m not like her—I’m just plain and ordinary. But to show how grateful I am, I’ve always tried to be a Good Dog.
Back then, Jordan and Adrienne were so much in love, I thought the four of us would always be happy together. But things have changed. Now they’re unhappy and argue all the time. When Adrienne decides to get away for a while to “clear her head,” I’m worried for us all. What does this mean for our family? What will happen to Trixie and me?
I’ve always taken care of my little sister. Now I must take care of my people, too. I know they still love each other, and it’s my job to help them see that. It’s up to me—plain, ordinary Alice—to save our family.
Two sweet contemporary romances that feature the thrill of a second chance at love.
Star-Spangled Second Chance: Raymond was Portia’s best friend before he left town without a word. Now he's back. Will her heart be broken again?
A Firefighter’s Luck: Brianna’s a feisty single mom going it on her own. Dante is a firefighter with a rocky past. Can they each let down their guard long enough to find love?
These are two previously published titles, together for the first time.
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Don't Let Go:
It began twelve years ago, with a kiss on the doorstep. Now he’s back to win the woman he loves.
When Eric Sorenson's date dumped him right before the Senior Prom, his older sister’s best friend stepped in to save him from total humiliation. He never forgot Annalee or what she did for him that night…or the kiss they shared.
After a messy divorce, Annalee's not looking forward to her high school reunion. She's shocked when Eric appears at her door ready to return the favor and play escort. Gone is the inexperienced boy with a severe stutter—he's a striking, confident man. The memory of the kiss they shared rekindles an attraction that never died. But her heart’s been bruised and she’s reluctant to risk it again.
That’s not stopping Eric. He lost Annalee once. This time, he won't let go.