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Doing Good
Mira, Mar 2002, 6.99, 384 pp. ISBN: 155166884X When she was Jane Domschke growing up in impoverished Sunnyside, she had one goal and that was to get out of the wrong side of town. Jane succeeds by marrying into a wealthy family. She and her spouse David have one child, Brynn away at school, and Jane becomes a five million-dollar realtor. Her world seems perfect though her husband cheats and her daughter disrespects her whenever they talk. ...
Here Comes The Bride
When well-to-do businesswoman Gussie Mudd turns thirty-one she decides it's time to wed her reluctant beau Amos Dewey but he is still grieving his late wife. So Gussie enlists the help of her friend and business associate Rome Akers to make Amos jealous. When Gussie and Rome get to know each other they start to fall in love, though she won't give up on her plan to marry Amos....
Letting Go
Mira, Mar 2003, 6.99, 384 pp. ISBN: 1551666561 Though five years ago her beloved husband Paul died, Ellen Jameson still carries his ashes in an urn, as she cannot let go even though her world has ended. Her suburban friends ignore her, the family accounting business went bankrupt when Paul the CPA passed away, and now she sits on the brink of becoming homeless. She moves to nearby San Antonio seeking an accounting clerk job and saves money by l...
No Ordinary Princess
Thomas Thursday Walker is a half breed orphan. Raised in a orphanage all his life, at 17 he left and joined the Rough Riders in their war in Cuba. While there he met and befriended wealthy easterners. They taught him how to behave in public as a gentleman and he yearns to be wealthy like his friends. After the war he roams and takes odd jobs and finds himself in Oklahoma Territory close to where he grew up. He attends a picnic and there meets and begins...

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Sealed with a Kiss
Eight years earlier, Gidry Chavis jilted his sweetheart Prudence Belmont and he is back to make amends for his past wild behavior....
Simple Jess
Althea Winslow is a young widow with a baby son. Everyone, especially her mother-in-law, insists she should re-marry because she cannot run the farm by herself. Two men are courting her, but neither interests her. Everyone in town thinks Jess Best is retarded because of a brain injury as a child. It takes him a long time to learn things and he speaks slowly. He generally gets ignored because he cannot explain himself. But when he comes to buy Althea...
Suburban Renewal
Mira, Feb 2004, 5.99, 384 pp. ISBN: 0778320111 Carrie and Sam Braydon are about to celebrate twenty-five years of marriage when she gives him an ultimatum. He can renew their vows based on whether he would marry her today if they were not wedded or they can divorce. Sam is confused as both look back over the years starting in 1977 when she informed him that she was pregnant. He immediately offered to marry her and she accepts. Carrie wants Sa...
The Cotton Queen
When The Cotton Queen opens it is the year 2004 and Laney Hoffman is being confronted by her teenage daughter Rachel about what the problem is between Laney and her mother Babs. The story quickly moves back in time to when Babs was just a teenage girl with her whole life in front of her. She married her highschool sweet heart Tom, but time was not on their side. He was killed in an accident which left Babs on her own fighting for the right to keep Lan...
Wild Oats
Wild Oats is the stroy of Jedwin Sparrow and Cora Briggs, a divorcee. Cora, an orphan, married Luther Briggs, never realizing that he didn't love her. When Luther abandons Cora to go live with his Cherokee wife and children, rather than pine after him, she files for divorce. Of course, Cora earns a horrible reputation. Jedwin, on the other hand, is a mortitian, taking after his father, and running the family funeral parlor. Jedwin decides that t...


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