Their love couldn’t last the first time around, but will these reunited lovers finally find their way to their happy-ever-after ending?
Five classic romance novels – Full-length stand-alone stories with no cliffhangers
Promise Me Tomorrow: Rising reporter Cassidy Adams is assigned to go after a story about building tycoon Reid Cavanaugh, but she’d rather run away than confront him again. If only that was an option!
Five years before, Cassidy was a down-on-her-luck college student when Reid offered to rescue her, giving her baby a name and Cassidy herself a fresh start. But when her pregnancy ended in tragedy, Cassidy was afraid to face Reid – or her feelings – and so she disappeared.
When they meet again, the flames of their past are rekindled – and this time the fires of passion burn hotter yet.
Wednesday’s Child: When Layne Emerson’s son Robbie breaks his ankle in a Little League game, Layne – who’s out of a job – can’t pay Robbie’s medical bills. She certainly can’t refuse the assistance offered by Robbie’s father, her estranged husband Kyle. But Kyle puts a different sort of price tag on his help – and Layne isn’t sure she can afford to pay that cost, either.
Once and for Always: Her modeling career brings Jill Donovan back into contact with Scott Richards, and she has to admit that she still feels the lure of the man she once loved. But everything that kept them apart years ago still lies between them – all of those things, and more. Because Scott didn’t wait for her. Now he wears a wedding ring, and he has a little son…
Kiss Yesterday Goodbye: Jenny Ashley ran away from Twin Rivers five years before, leaving behind a troubled relationship with her self-assured stepbrother, Dane Sutherland. When Jenny comes home, Dane is still just as irritating – and he seems even more determined that he, not Jenny, will take over the Ashley family business.
Brittany’s Castle: Brittany Bridges and Ryan Masters no longer have anything in common. Their marriage is doomed, but Ryan demands that Brittany go along with the pretense of happy-ever-after for just a few weeks more, in return for his cooperation in divorce court. So Brittany allows him to move back to the house they once shared – Brittany’s Castle, which soon feels more like a prison.