When they meet at the Poetry Society, Aisling and Maya, two very different young women, find their connection unexpected as they embark on a surprising journey of self-discovery and modern love.
To overcome her writer’s block, romance author Sophie Lyon, who’s never been in love, reunites with her exes to learn why, getting some social media assistance from her reclusive landlord, a former teen heartthrob, and as they grow closer, she suggests a friends-with-benefits arrangement-what could possibly go wrong?
Logan Gray is the stereotypical bad boy of Hollywood–a talented but troubled actor who the public loves to hate. Mattie Cole is an up and coming golden boy, adored by all but plagued by insecurities. When Mattie is cast as the love interest in Logan’s newest film, the two are persuaded into a fake dating scheme to bring positive publicity to the project. But as the two actors get to know their new characters, real feelings start to develop. And while both need the movie to be a success for their own reasons, neither thought opposites would really attract. But as the public scrutiny intensifies and old wounds resurface, will they have the courage to chase their own happily ever after?
Sam Becker likes his job managing a bed and bath retailer, but too bad that the owner, Jonathan Forest is infuriating. Jonathan orders Sam down to London for a difficult talk… only for a panicking Sam to trip, bump his head, and then fake amnesia. There’s an unexpected freedom to getting a second shot at a first impression.
Gigi Graham has exactly three goals: qualify for the women’s national hockey team, win Olympic gold, and step out of her famous father’s shadow. So far, so good, except for two little things. Fine–a little thing and a big, grumpy thing. She needs to improve her game behind the net, and she needs help from Luke Ryder.
On the night of her Mayor husband’s 40th birthday, Rachel Abbott receives a sexy, explicit text from her husband, which she quickly realizes was meant for another woman. Meanwhile, Matt, the rising star of a Kennedyesque political dynasty with eyes on the White House, can’t afford a messy split in the middle of his reelection campaign. They strike a deal: Rachel gets one million dollars and their lavish house in the wealthy DC suburb of Oasis Springs if she agrees to keep playing the perfect Black trophy wife until the election. With the risk of scandal looming and their hearts on the line, they’ll have to decide whether the risk of losing everything is worth taking a chance on love.