This madcap, modern-dayYou’ve Got Mailseries explores the mix-ups – and fireworks – that erupt when three couples who cut their teeth on social media try to navigate the real world of relationships.
Abigail Jeffries gets a random text from a stranger only to discover the sender, Carter Coben, isn’t so strange after all. Soon she’s caught up in a game of assumed identities with the same gorgeous guy she got fired from his job. Will they ever manage to sort out their mixed signals, mistaken identities, and misunderstandings to find real love?
Amanda Gillespie never bargained on seeing Jackson Holstenar after their complicated relationship ended with her being asked to leave the law firm where they worked. Now he’s in the weird position of trying to help her become his best pal’s ideal girl. With a little help from fate, these two confused hearts might just find a way back to each other for good.
Caroline Sanders left gorgeous Roger Freeman behind in college for a prestigious internship. Now she’s back to start a florist shop, and Roger is ready to start again, not knowing the adventurous and exciting woman he remembers is all but gone. Is Roger ready to risk his heart again, and is Caroline ready to trust him with her story?
Carter Coben is having some serious communication problems lately. First he mouthed off to a project manager at work and got fired, now his girlfriend’s dumped him and trashed his cell phone. About the only place he hasn’t got his wires crossed these days is at the anonymous texting app, Justchat.com. Carter thinks he might have found a real connection with “She Hearts Dogs,” but little does he know he’s already quite acquainted with this cunning canine-lover . . . When Abigail Jeffries gets a random text message from a stranger saying he’s been dumped, she can’t help but answer it—and recommend he send his ex some flowers from her new shop. When she delivers the bouquet though, she finds out his ex was cheating on him with his best friend—the same best friend she’s impersonating via text! Abby feels guilty, but she can’t help responding. But what will happen when Carter finds out that Abby is not only the face behind the texts, but the reason he got fired at work and his mysterious mutt-loving pal on Justchat.com? Will they ever manage to sort out their mixed signals, mistaken identities, and misunderstandings to find real love? This madcap, modern-day You’ve Got Mail for the texting generation will delight romantic comedy fans.
Is it cheating when you never got over the one you dated first?
Amanda Gillespie never bargained on seeing Jackson Holstenar ever again. In law school, he was the sexy, rich guy every girl wanted-even her. But they never quite got past the friend zone, and their complicated relationship ended with her being “asked to leave” the law firm where they worked. Now she has a great legal career and has met the perfect guy . . . who unfortunately happens to be Jackson’s good buddy, Carter.
Jackson’s used to getting what he wants-and he’s always wanted Amanda. But he can’t betray his friend, no matter how crazy their chemistry. No, he needs to stay far away from Amanda. So why does he find himself offering to help her become his pal’s ideal girl?With a little help from fate, these two confused hearts might just find a way back to each other for good.
Aspiring journalist Caroline Sanders doesn’t have time for frat parties and college keggers – not even when the gorgeous Roger Freeman climbs into her car unexpectedly one night on campus. The two are inexplicably drawn together, but when Caroline’s offered a prestigious internship that could lead to a job atThe New York Times, she leaves Roger behind for more serious prospects. Six years later, back home and starting a new career as a florist, she’s shocked to run into Roger again. He’s never forgotten the girl who left him to find herself, though he’s certainly tried. No one compared to the adventurous and exciting Caroline. As the two begin seeing each other and grow closer, he finds it impossible to resist falling for her charms once more. What he doesn’t know is that Caroline’s life over the last few years has been filled with tragedy, and the adventurous and exciting woman he remembers is all but gone. Is Roger ready to risk his heart again, and is Caroline ready to trust him with her story?
Tess Garner can’t afford her condo, especially after the boss announces the anticipated raise won’t be coming. And she certainly can’t afford a toy. But she can’t turn down the inherited Harley and her father’s challenge to ride ’er. Colton Scott is overwhelmed by stresses—from his vet clinic, his aging grandmother’s tour business, his parents’ breakup. Both Tess and Colton need an escape. For Tess, it’s to take a ride around Kansas City in a horse-drawn carriage. Here she meets Mona, a wonderful woman with a shocking, emotional tale. For Colton, he subs for his friend teaching people to ride motorcycles. Unfortunately, it’s a combination of sparks and fireworks when the two overworked people meet. He can’t handle a relationship right now. And when Tess learns he’s Mona’s grandson, her problems grow. Should she tell this woman’s life-altering secret or let things lie? Can she ignore the attraction to Colton? Sensuality Level: Hot
Jenny Madison was fired from her office job for an “attitude problem” that resulted from, well, a disappointing life. Out of desperation and a need to pay her rent and car loan, she starts a business driving people home after a night on the town. Customer calls continue to put her in contact with Grant Tucker, an equally disillusioned entertainment executive whose life has been derailed due to a family incident of past years.
Grant doesn’t remember the young passenger in the car that killed his niece. He just knows the driver died. At the time, the family needed stability and he needed a job so he delved in to help keep the small entertainment company afloat while his aunt and uncle, the owners, dealt with the loss of a daughter. Years later, meeting Jenny seemed more an aggravation than salvation.
Jenny faces significant personal challenges when a number of her clients, contacts, and friends end up associated to the haunting accident from her past that killed her father. Unfortunately, the little girl also killed in the accident has no intention of staying hidden in the dark. She makes her presence known in a most inconvenient way.