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Love, Lies, and "Reality" TV

Cecilia (CJ) Ryan has worked too long toward her shot as a writer on Say Yes to the Rose to have the show canceled due to plummeting ratings. The franchise's future hinges on this season's leading man. The show's fans already love former Army Captain Nate Crenshaw, and even as jaded as CJ's become, his authenticity and charm give her hope he and the fans will get their happy ending and her the credentials she needs to join the Writers Guild.

Having twenty-five beautiful women competing for his heart may be the most dangerous mission Nate's ever undertaken. If he survives the tears and drama, he could find a wife in addition to being paid enough to fund his start-up construction business. However, falling for the show's optimistic and congenial date planner, CJ, before filming starts isn't part of the storyline.

To protect the show's reputation when a contestant is arrested days before filming, the showrunner promises CJ a screenwriter position next season if she fills in opening night. However, Nate goes off script giving her a rose. The show must go on with CJ trapped in the mansion with twenty women vying for a proposal or fame. As Nate sends other women home, CJ's scripted feelings turn real. But if her actual role is exposed, it could be the scandal that ends the show—and her future as a screenwriter.

With Nate rewriting the storyline, can CJ script her own happy ending, or will she lose both her job and her heart?

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His life is like a Country Song

Green Beret Captain “Big John” Bryson returns from deployment to learn his girlfriend cheated and his dog died. Turns out, his ex lied and dumped his beloved mutt, Boss, at the shelter. Forget the ex, John just wants his dog back.

An abuse survivor, Elizabeth Carroll is singing a happier tune without a man in her life. She has her work as a counselor and The Oasis, a trio of tiny homes on her property where abused women can get a fresh start. She also has her rescue dog—or did—until his former owner wants him back. After John intervenes to protect one of her residents, Elizabeth offers him and Boss housing at The Oasis. But who will protect Elizabeth’s heart from the charms of the off-key singing, 6’5” teddy bear of a soldier?

Fighting for the love John desperately wanted all his life has given him more battle scars than his dangerous missions. He and Elizabeth could be an opposites-attract love story, if only John can break through the guarded beauty’s defenses. If he can’t earn her trust and heal her invisible wounds, their unlikely duet will end on a bad note. With Boss’s help, can they create the perfect harmony to give them the future they’ve both dreamed of?

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All's Fair in War and Love

Unlike the posers sending fake friend requests and followers on social media claiming to be divorced or widowed military men, Army Colonel Graham Holmstrom really is a widower. He’s also got six months to remarry or be transferred—for the good of the Special Ops unit he currently commands.

USO volunteer Erin Downey needs to observe a Special Ops team in action as research to earn her shot screenwriting for a new television series. Her attempts to get authorization have gotten her ghosted by every high-ranking Army officer she’s approached.

The only way Graham can get in touch with Erin is to open a Facebook account and convince her it’s really him. Only he quickly learns what Erin needs and that she has no interest in remarrying after her recent divorce. However, he promises her access to a Special Ops team in exchange for her posing as his girlfriend, then fiancée—with full understanding the ruse ends prior to marriage.

The attraction between Erin and Graham is real. However, when the general’s order for Graham to marry is exposed by a rival’s wife at the military ball, the general’s new order is for Graham to end things with Erin. Can they come up with a new battle plan to get what they really want now—each other?

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