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Molly Kincaid is an extremely successful and equally wealthy defense attorney, but that is all even her closest friends know about her. Behind the facade is a dark past she thought she buried long ago. Now, Molly must face that past and the danger that comes with it. Murders and mayhem, a Civil War gold legend, and a secret Molly has carried for twenty-nine years threaten to bring her world crashing down around her. Molly Kincaid must return to the land of her birth and nothing good can come of that... or could it? Molly's house is on fire and the only way out is through the flames.


Falling in love is easy. Staying in love is work. Stephanie Austin has it all - a loving wife of 17 years, a handsome teenage son, a comfortable home in the suburbs, professional success, and a bright future. At forty, Stephanie’s life is all she’d ever dreamed of, but like the old blues song says, “What a difference a day makes.” Betrayal by the woman she loves, thought she knew, and always trusted, cuts deep. Forgiveness is a simple word, but is it possible? This is a story about love and family, with all the joys and pains of a lifetime commitment. When Stephanie's perfect world starts spiraling out of control, the fate of her family rests in her hands. With the help of her mother, friends, an old flame, and a healthy dose of humor, Stephanie must decide if she can put aside the hurt and figure out how to clean up the mess, before it stains their lives forever.


Can you start your life over at forty? Lizbeth Jackson was about to find out. She found her first gray hair on the morning of her trip to Ocracoke Island, off the coast of North Carolina. Lizbeth was about to begin a three month sabbatical on the scenic coastal island in order to finish her Master's thesis in Linguistic Anthropology. She plans to study the Carolina Brogue spoken there. What she ends up studying is her lesbian neighbor across the street and the uncontrollable pull Lizbeth feels toward her. Lizbeth Jackson is about to find out what life has to offer, after waking up gray.


Sometimes what you spend your life looking for is waiting at home, right where it's been all along.  Jamie Basnight, 42, an attractive lawyer from Durham, is moving back to the place she grew up to become a country lawyer. Starting over at this age was the last thing Jamie ever thought she would do, but here she was moving into the little cottage on the Intracoastal Waterway on the Outer Banks of North Carolina. She came home to heal. Jamie embraces the move as a fresh start. Surrounded by natural wonders, Jamie reconnects with the girl she used to be. Jamie also reconnects with friends she hasn't seen in more than 20 years. Jamie is also still hoping for a reconciliation with Mary Ann. What happens next is a wild ride of emotional ups and downs. In the end, coming back home changes Jamie's life forever.


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Harper Lee Lynch, 23 years old and a doctoral candidate, finds herself in North Carolina with only her Golden Retriever, Jasper, to keep her company. Shortly after moving into her new home, Harper stops at the Tarr Bar, a local eatery. That moment changes her life forever. Follow Harper Lee Lynch’s journey, making new friends and finding the happiness for which she has yearned, since the tragedy that launched her on this path. Fall in love with this group of ten women, as they laugh, cry and fight their way through emotional roller-coasters, set in motion by Harper's arrival. This mixture of gay and straight women in a variety of sizes, shapes. and colors, makes for an interesting dynamic and an endless supply of storylines. The characters range, in ages, from 23 to 69, and are the kind of friends you hope you have when push comes to shove. Harper finds out just what kind of friends she's found, when she gets pushed into a relationship by the forces of nature, neither she nor the beautiful Lauren can stop.