Twilights in Colorado

Everyone deserves a second chance, but Riley Anderson deserves the world.

Riley Anderson has just been released from prison. Under the shadow of his past he finds work at the White River Ranch. He’s looking for a fresh start, but he has his parents and younger brother to think of as well. But the folks of White Horse Creek aren’t as eager to welcome an ex-convict into their fold.

Sky Lepenbaum has spent her life living up to her parents’ expectations. But she’s realizing that her privileged life of luxury, her career in the modeling industry and superficial friends is not what she wants from life. When she takes off to visit a friend in White Horse Creek, it was supposed to be a holiday.

When Riley and Sky meet both deny the attraction. Riley has a past and Sky’s life is in New York. They come from different worlds and yet they find something stronger than their pasts drawing them closer.

Does Riley believe he deserves a second chance? Can Sky leave a life of luxury behind and start a new life in small town Colorado? Find out now in the fourth installment of the Colorado Crazy Series and catch up with old favorites.

Twilights in Colorado is a ranch romance guaranteed to tease your senses and make you dream of cowboys again.

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Trophy Life

An accidental trophy wife must survive the deepest depths of high society.

Meet Amy, the world’s most improbable trophy wife.

She has a degree, ambitions and something resembling a mind of her own. The trouble is, she just doesn’t use it anymore. Married to handsome aristocrat, Harry Green, Amy’s world is a whirlwind of luxury, labels and lunches.

But amidst the peerages and polo of the privileged few lie wolves in minks’ clothing.

Before she knows it, Amy’s perfect existence is plunged into chaos by the poshest of plots. Ominous heiresses, simpering starlets and a terrifying mother-in-law abound as Amy faces up to some harsh realities.

Can Amy survive life in the upper crust? Or is high society an all new low?

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No Going Back

These days, everyone wants their fifteen minutes of fame. Brian Weathers doesn’t. He’s a novelist and he’s actually quite successful. The thing is, he doesn’t want to become famous at all. In fact, he’s only told six people he’s got books published. So what’s going to happen when a photo threatens to out him to the world? However will he cope?

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Letters from the Ledge

Every night he comes to the ledge.
So far, he hasn’t jumped.

Sarah watches him from her window, unable to look away.

Will tonight will be the night that his body hurtles through space and crashes to the ground in a failed attempt to fly?

Standing between heaven and hell, life and death, eighteen-year-old Brendan massages the ledge, arms outstretched, contemplating suicide.

Cutting isn’t cutting it. Drugs can’t numb the pain.
His best friend is dead, and his wealthy parents are nothing like the polished image they show the rest of the world. Between his father’s abuse and his mother’s alcoholic neglect, their Manhattan penthouse feels more like a prison.

Paige and Nate watch from their fire escape, teetering on their own edge after a brutal rape has nearly shattered their relationship. Watching is one thing, but how they can stand by, knowing what they know and doing nothing about it?

This hauntingly beautiful coming of age tale will make you laugh, cry, rage and cheer as we realize we are all human, all fallible, and all prone to believe the lies we tell ourselves.

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The Crying Bird

May Johnson used to be an ordinary wife and mother. Now, she’s a middle-aged widow grieving the loss of her only daughter— and the wrongful death settlement is only making things worse.

May’s sanity was already questionable when tensions rise with her smothering younger sister, so she sets out to find solitude down south in the marshes of Florida.

Animal encounters, unlikely friendships, sisterly squabbles, and hilarious scenarios take May on an unforgettable journey from the depths of grief to a new life. But, will she embrace it?

The Crying Bird is a Contemporary Women’s Fiction Novel, a heartfelt, humorous, and relatable story about real life.

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Story Content Rating: Clean. Mild Language, Mild Violence, No Sex

Bent Corners

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They say you can find just about anything in a book but who knew you could find love in a bookstore? Riley’s world is upended when he gets a call from the police that his uncle’s in the hospital. Evan’s schedule is turned upside down when he’s in charge of his yaya’s care while his parents are on vacation. Both men have their hands full but it seems fate has something else for them. Seems love in the stacks might be just what each of them needs.

Ellie Dwyer’s Great Escape

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Bonus:

Includes a PREVIEW of Book 2 of the series – Ellie Dwyer’s Big Mistake

You’re never too old to run away from home

Ellie Dwyer, 61, is convinced bad luck comes in threes, and not just garden-variety, oh-well bad luck. How many people have to flee not one, but two natural disasters? And in between the wildfire and the hurricane, her husband of nearly forty years suddenly up and left her for no reason she could fathom, disappearing from her life without a clue to his whereabouts.

Determined to reinvent her life, Ellie sets out on a journey across the country. Along the way to nowhere in particular, she buys a camper, becomes friends with a remarkable octogenarian, and starts to believe that good luck might also come in threes.

Or does it? That depends on how she defines good luck.

The Tortilla Star

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InThe Tortilla Star, Bette finds that love can come in different forms – one that unlike her professional work as an accountant, she doesn’t control, that isn’t orderly, and is highly unpredictable. Though she’s six inches taller and hasn’t gotten past Spanish 101, she relishes being drawn into a rich, passionate adventure with Marco, an undocumented immigrant. As a volunteer teaching English, she is introduced to a new culture which welcomes her into its folds of family, long-held customs, and fiestas, as well as poverty and racism. She experiences first-hand some of her students’ challenges in the U.S. and also shares their joys – a child’s first time in a swimming pool, the wonders of a county fair. On this journey with Marco and her other Mexican immigrant friends, she hopes desperately that her expanding sense of family will not dissolve as the government makes rules that destabilize their lives.

The Worst Christmas Ever?

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When Shirley ‘Lee’ Jones returns home from an awful day at the office, the last thing she expects to find is her husband in bed with another woman. Six weeks until Christmas, and Lee finds the life she had so carefully planned has been utterly decimated.

Hurt, angry and confused, Lee makes a whirlwind decision to drive her problems away and ends up in Totnes, an eccentric town in the heart of Devon. As Christmas approaches, Lee tries to figure out what path her life will follow now, as she looks at it from the perspective of a soon-to-be 31-year-old divorcée.

Can she ever return to her normal life? Or is a new reality – and a new man – on the horizon?

Will this be the worst Christmas ever?

Boss I Love to Hate

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To the Boss I Love to Hate,
1) I hate that you make me come at your every beck and call.
2) I hate your gorgeous cocky smile, and how you don’t know me at all.
3) I hate the way you stare at me as if I was your most precious thing.
4) I hate your expensive Italian suits.
5) I hate our one-night fling.
6) I hate that you’re always wrong, but your ego is too big to see it.
7) I hate how awkward you acted, when I told you I was pregnant.
8) I hate how you crept into my heart, and how deeply you cared for me.
9) Lastly, even though you represent everything I hate…
I hate that I fell for you just like every other girl you know.

Sawyer West… I love you, and I hate that I love you.
If only I could be certain you’re no longer the boy from college I once knew.
With our baby girl on the way, could we truly make us work?
If only we weren’t so different, then maybe things could be so different…

P.S. – I still hate working for you.
Berlin Roth