Hollywood’s sweetheart Emma Woods is perfectly content without a boyfriend, thank you very much. But what’s a girl to do when she’s a romantic at heart?
Play Cupid, of course!
She’ll do whatever it takes to set her makeup artist up on a date with the studio’s gorgeous set designer. Easy peasy, lemon squeezy.
But when her swoony BFF Jaxson Knightly disapproves, her matchmaking scheme comes at a higher price than she’d bargained for. He may be the nicest man in showbiz, but he’s about to get downright icy if Emma can’t prove her antics won’t end in disaster. Again.
Out of His League (Briarwood High Book 1) (affiliate link)
What’s the first rule of reinventing yourself as a cool girl at a new school? Steer clear of your old crush.
A new school means a fresh start. So long Ronnie Smith, invisible tomboy, and hello Veronica, popular new hottie. This is my chance to finally be seen…and kissed. Yeah, that’s right. I’ve never been kissed. But I mean to change all that now that I’m starting over with a new look and attitude. The only problem? I’m not the only one from my old school who’s transferred to Briarwood High.
Drew Remi is here, too, and he’s still the same wildly popular baseball star. He’s also the only person who can ruin my new life. But he can only rat me out if he recognizes me. So, why am I so upset when he doesn’t have a clue who I really am?
The Fugitive (A Marshal Law Novel Book 1) (affiliate link)
She’s on the run, pregnant…
And about to find out whom she can trust.
When Raleigh Wilde reappears in Deputy Beckett Foster’s life as a fugitive, he’s shocked. He has a job to do, but she needs his help clearing her name. By-the-book Beckett is having none of it until he learns she’s pregnant—with his child. With a killer willing to do anything to keep Raleigh from discovering who embezzled millions from the charity she runs, the lawman will do whatever it takes to ensure he doesn’t become a fugitive father.
The Heatwave (affiliate link)
When Sylvie Durand receives a letter calling her back to her crumbling family home in the South of France, she knows she has to go. In the middle of a sweltering 1990’s summer marked by unusual fires across the countryside, she returns to La Reverie with her youngest daughter Emma in tow, ignoring the deep sense of dread she feels for this place she’s long tried to forget.
As memories of the events that shattered their family a decade earlier threaten to come to the surface, Sylvie struggles to shield Emma from the truth of what really happened all those years ago. In every corner of the house, Sylvie can’t escape the specter of Elodie, her first child. Elodie, born amid the ’68 Paris riots with one blue eye and one brown, and mysteriously dead by fourteen.
Not sure which screws to buy? Need to fix a running toilet? With Girls Garage, you’ll have the expertise to tackle these problems with your own hands. Or maybe you want to get creative and build something totally new. A birdhouse? A bookshelf? Girls Garage has you covered. Packed with illustrations that will build confidence for your next hardware store run, practical advice on everything from quick fixes to safety tips, and inspiring stories from real-world builder girls and women, this eye-catching volume makes the technical accessible. This is the guide every girl needs to take her life into her own hands. Girls, get in touch with your inner badass, and get building
• Informative, inspiring, and designed for everyday use, this is the ultimate book of book of building and woodcraft for girls.
• A true confidence builder for girls interested in STEM, woodworking, and home improvement.
• Along with her design agency and Girl’s Garage, Emily Pilloton has been featured on television shows and the documentary film If You Build It.
Gentle on My Mind: In Sickness and in Health with Glen Campbell (affiliate link)
The page-turning, never-before-told story of Kim Campbell’s roller-coaster thirty-four-year marriage to music legend Glen Campbell, including how Kim helped Glen finally conquer his addictions only to face their greatest challenge when he was diagnosed with Alzheimer’s disease.
Kim Campbell was a fresh-faced twenty-two-year-old dancer at Radio City Music Hall when a friend introduced her to Glen Campbell, the chart-topping, Grammy-winning, Oscar-nominated entertainer. The two performers from small Southern towns quickly fell in love, a bond that produced a thirty-four-year marriage and three children.