Facing possible death forces Emmie Steele to examine her life. She had plenty she could regret—like her choice in a husband. She is surprised to discover her greatest regret is that she never... More > learned to dance. Now, as she undergoes a second mastectomy and treatment, Emmie learns to dance—with her feet and with her heart.< Less
Professional nature photographer Rylee Morgan invites her recently un-engaged younger sister to accompany her on a business trip across the country. Lexie, the wild child of the family challenges... More > Rylee to stretch her boundaries and live outside the neatly constructed box in which she's placed herself for safe keeping.
A perfectionist, Rylee lives life in the same way she's learned to use her talents with a camera—dictated by rules. A cardinal rule of photography is that you never shoot into the sun—and Rylee doesn't take chances. Rylee is haunted and driven by ghosts from her past. She locates the father who abandoned her and Lexie sixteen years earlier, and she finds herself falling for a hitchhiker who is crossing the country to lay his own ghosts to rest.
Rylee must now face her fears, dare to step beyond the safe boundaries she has constructed, and risk her heart. She must risk Shooting Into the Sun.< Less
M.J. Rich is about to breakup with her boyfriend and seeks the comfort of her family’s familiar traditions for Christmas in Pittsburgh. Brady Cameron plans to spend the holiday alone at a... More > Pennsylvania ski resort, drowning his sorrows. Stranded by a winter storm in the Philadelphia Airport and headed in the same direction, they agree to share the last rental car available. After Mother Nature forces them off the road and into a deserted cabin, Christmas turns out to be nothing either of them expects.< Less
Candace Hudson wants a husband and babies. But a recent nasty break-up has her rethinking the husband part of the equation. Griff Calhoun, a divorced father and the product of divorce, wants to share... More > his wealth and Texas cattle ranch to open a summer camp for children of divorce. Candace already has a full-time job; Griff wants her to consult with him on his project. Neither one is looking for love, but both Candace and Griff get a much needed wake-up call.< Less
Trish Garrity has to find a way to go on after the tragic loss of Samantha Preston, her partner of six years. Trish now has to face the future alone, and she's not sure how to do this. With the help... More > of twelve letters Sam wrote prior to her death, Trisha is guided through the first year of her grief and to a place of self-acceptance and inner strength--strength she'd always thought she drew from Sam.< Less
Actor Spence Parker's career teeters on the brink of ruin thanks to a fling with the slightly crazed and drug-addicted daughter of a powerful and well-loved Hollywood film producer. Taking the advice... More > of his agent, Spence takes a little vacation away from Hollywood while the dust settles. Not sure of where he can go to fly under the radar, Spence returns to his small hometown south of Pittsburgh.
Valerie Marks, Spence's high-school girlfriend, is now running her grandfather's newspaper and raising a nine-year-old daughter. She's still single, but not because she's been waiting for Spence to return. After all, he left without saying goodbye. When he appears in front of her on a street corner, however, old feelings are brought to the forefront.< Less