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Fishing Hole Synopsis: The old saying might be that you can’t go home again, but Jesse Fraser was well past the point in her life where she was going to be told what she could and couldn’t do.
With the ink on her divorce papers barely dry, she loaded her sons, their belongings and headed south towards home, away from her toxic ex-husband. She was more than ready to get back to the small town where she was raised. Cornfields, gentle hills and the welcoming faces of her parents reassured her that she had made the right choice. Jesse looked forward to giving her sons a chance to experience a slower pace and a fresh start. What she hadn’t planned on was the rush of memories and the intense pull of the arms of her old high school flame, Levi Murray.
While Jesse wasn’t sure that her life needed any new complications, one thing was certain; Levi wasn’t alone in thinking Jesse was a welcome addition back in their hometown. Cole Green, a man as intense as he was sexy, had other ideas on how Jesse should be welcomed home.
Copper Creek Synopsis: Aidan has travelled the world and seen things no man should see. He’s a coal miner now, having come back home to put down roots, but how many nights during his service in the Marines did he reach back for the memory of her--the girl who set his world on fire so long ago. When Anna walks back through the door, Aidan’s heart nearly stops beating in his chest. How many years has it been? He’s never forgotten her face, her silky, red hair, and her green eyes. And now she’s back… Everything happens for a reason. If one more well-intentioned person says that to Anna, she’s going to lose her mind, or worse, her good manners. It seems the only constant in her life right now is change. She’s tired of reacting. She’s sick of routine. What she needs is to find her spark--live a little. There is only one thing left to do. Take a risk. Anna sets her sights on her hometown and family and makes up her mind. Maybe it’s time to make a little change of her own.
Poets Pass Synopsis: Dr. Avery O'Gara is a psychiatrist who doesn't trust men any further than she can throw them. She prefers her boundaries high and her trysts without emotional ties. She likes her privacy and values her independence above all else. Avery's home in the country is her sanctuary, her escape from the emotional overload of her job. Her sense of peace is destroyed, beginning with the appearance of muddy boot prints outside her window.
Recently divorced, Officer Jake Marcovic needs a change of scenery. He leaves Chicago and his manipulative ex-wife behind for family and a much slower pace of living. Relocating back to his rural roots, he sees women as money-hungry opportunists and avoids commitment like the plague. His focus is on establishing himself in his once-familiar community and enjoying the women who appreciate a man in uniform.
When high walls are built up to protect hearts, what happens when they come crashing down?
Eagle Mountain Synopsis: Marie walked out on her husband after the second slap and has been standing on her own two well-heeled feet ever since. To say she has trust issues is the tip of the proverbial iceberg. In her opinion, a steady man is a luxury, not a necessity.
Cole has a long history of impulsivity and a savior complex as big as his shoe size. A laundry list of guilt and bad decisions follow him wherever he goes. What he lacks in judgement he makes up for with heart and good intentions.
Thrown together by fate, the unlikely pair must decide whether what they have is love or just the thrill of the chase.