Breaking the Rules by Cat Lavoie
Roxy’s already topsy-turvy life only gets more complicated when her sisters Steffi and Izzie suddenly become her roommates. Steffi is six months into a pregnancy she refuses to discuss and Izzie is in the throes of a premature midlife crisis. Roxy tries to take control of her career, her love life and her sisters – but can she really handle it all? And can the Rule family keep it together – or break under the pressure?
Dangled Carat by Hilary Grossman
For every girl who l wondered if she was wasting her time dating that guy….
She had gotten used to dating the commitment-phobic Marc, thirteen years her senior. They had a great relationship–why rush into things? She saw no need to pressure him for marriage, believing that when the time was right, he would propose. But after they had been together for four years, their friends decided to take matters into their own hands, pushing Marc to propose and making Hilary realize how much she really did want to marry the man that she loved. Unfortunately, Marc still wasn’t ready–and their friends’ meddling in the form of a faux engagement party led to a disastrous New Year’s Eve that brought their relationship to an inevitable turning point.
Divine Moves by Ellyn Oaksmith
Just when Meryl thinks things have hit rock bottom, her estranged mother blows in from Vegas with plans to save her daughter’s marriage. After four years of sobriety, Faye’s brought along Hot Jesus – a saintly apparition who rides shotgun in her life.
Faye, a former stripper and veteran of multiple marriages, plans on talking her daughter into opening an exotic dance and fitness studio. But Meryl has other plans. She’s falling for a Sheriff who is accusing her of crimes she didn’t commit. Mostly.
As Faye steamrolls ahead, Meryl must learn a few of her mother’s sexy moves in order to shake the sad memories of her past.
Exactly Where They’d Fall by Laura Rae Amos
But that means Jodie is losing, and Jodie hates to lose. She hates that her roommate is getting married, because now she needs a new roommate, and Jodie hates new people. She hates strangers, hates dating, hates romance in general. She hates that she can’t forget one night, a year ago, which Drew doesn’t seem to remember the same way. She doesn’t need anyone in her life. She doesn’t need to be completed. She doesn’t need anything.
But Jodie is wrong, and she hates being wrong. There is something she needs. And now she’s about to lose it all.
With vivid characters, generous doses of humor, and palpable emotion, Exactly Where They’d Fall is a story about three friends forced to explore the complicated and fragile bonds of friendship and love. Fans of heartfelt, witty literary fiction, and smart women’s fiction will enjoy this charming and honest debut.