What guy wouldn’t want to be married? Fresh coffee, clean laundry, and willing sex 24/7...right?
Okay, I wasn’t so naive when Lisa and I got married that I actually thought she would wait on me hand and foot. I mean, I knew that she wouldn’t always be available for a nooner - she had a job, too. But I had a vision about how our life would work - everything would be exactly the same as before, except Lisa would always be there.
Ryan Miller's finally taking the plunge, and he's in for a rude awakening.More info →
Leni's life has been defined by one choice any five-year-old child might make: she wanted a bucket.
Twelve years ago, her little brother drowned when she left his side to get a sand toy, and Leni can't forgive herself.
So she makes no choices. She does what she's supposed to do, what she's expected to do. Nothing else.
Until she meets mohawk-ed, multi-pierced grad student Clark.
And Leni discovers that not choosing IS a choice, and she must learn to trust herself if she wants to walk a solid path.More info →
Sisters and best friends, Bea and Kate couldn't be more different.
Bea is a 6'1" tomboy, uncomfortable in her own skin.
Kate is 5'4", confident, yet hiding a big part of herself.
To become the women they are meant to be, they'll have to confront the hidden parts of themselves and face the question every teen wonders:
Can anyone love the real me?More info →
Six months ago, Hope Cruz’s childhood-sweetheart-turned husband Matt left her for a grad student. Worried her daughter is seriously depressed—she won’t even pick up her guitar!—Hope’s meddling mother insists she see a therapist, and Hope’s shocked when the therapist suggests she have a wild affair.
After being with one man her entire life.
And she needs to do everything differently—find a new hobby, mix up the routine, get a little adventurous. She has to figure out what she wants out of life without Matt in it.
Hope’s in for a wild ride.More info →
Hope Cruz, daughter of a guitar legend, has found her music. And she’s managed to put her failed marriage behind her and start dating again.
But she’s struck out three times in three months. Aren’t relationships, even dating relationships, supposed to last longer than that?
Her best friend urges her to try a dating website, and she connects with a 45-year-old divorced father. Her legal battles with her father’s music rights brings an intriguing attorney into her life. And a clumsy fall has Hope being rescued by a sexy EMT.
Maybe one of them will stick…More info →