In Arrivals, Greer, is a woman with THE master plan. After the painful death of her husband and one true love, this successful graphic artist has decided to take a walk on the wild side and date whoever she wants, whenever she wants and will not allow a small thing such as marital status to deter her. Her rules are strict, organized, definitely self-serving and well worth the trouble. Greer has all her bases covered until she meets a man who challenges her game plan. Reba and Doug are happily married but their joyful and peaceful life is interrupted by a mischievous teenager and an ex-husband who won't stay gone. When Reba's ex-husband Johnny threatens to disrupt their happy home, one of Reba's sister friends comes to the rescue with a plan of her own. Her exposure enables Reba and Doug to maintain their blissful existence and ultimately survive the challenges of blending two families. Terri has hired a new housekeeper, Harvey. When she signed on to hire Harvey she had no idea she was also inheriting his drinking problem, his landlord and his incessant phobias. Harvey thinks he's a hot gay blade who has a fantasy that includes exterminating Terri's home of imaginary creatures. Harvey's landlord is clearly taking advantage of him—that is until Terri decides to teach her who the master manipulator really is. Lenora, whom you adored in Bellamy’s novel, Departures has a new occupation. She has founded the Life After Death program for death row inmates who wish to donate their organs. The convicts are all interesting characters in and of themselves—however, their stories are both surprising and shocking. Alas dear Amber has become a typical teenager. When Amber finds out she is in line to inherit a sizeable amount of money, she becomes hell-bent on circumventing her adopted father Horace's involvement and obtaining the money directly. Her plan is to live large and flex a little "bling-bling,” regardless of Horace's objections. Amber misjudges the consequences of going it alone and of course, pays a price she never would have expected. The folks of Departures and Connecting are at it again, but this time with added characters who are just as funny, realistic and down to earth as the originals.
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by on September 30, 2016
- Xlibris US, November 2010
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