Rocky Road

Rocky Road

Anna Cove

Anna Cove

Racing through life means love can pass you by.Billie Page. IndyCar racing’s darling. To the outside world, she seems put together. Determined. Serious. Only she and the ones close to her know the truth. Billie’s a failure. She works every day to change that, to strengthen her mind and her body for the grueling demands of her job. Everything is about racing. It has to be. It’s all she has left.Then a woman makes her laugh. Krysta Ekert lives life on the whims of the wind. She doesn’t know where her next paycheck will come from and doesn’t care. She does what she wants, when she wants it, and asks for forgiveness rather than permission. The moment she meets Billie Page she knows whose bed she’ll be sleeping in that night and it’s not her own.When Krysta is hit by a car, her accident binds the women together in a way neither of them could have predicted. It’s dangerous for both to stay—Billie may lose her career, Krysta her independence—but leaving becomes less and less of an option the longer they wait. Will they find a way to make it work? Can one really have it all?Heartwarming and often humorous, Rocky Road is an emotional look at two women searching for happiness in all the wrong places and discovering how much more life offers when you open your heart.
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Just Jada

Just Jada

Anna Cove

Anna Cove

Is love truly its own reward?Psychotherapist Jada Garcia would be a wealthy woman, if only her control-freak father hadn’t tied up all her money in a trust fund. He hoards every penny, doling out only enough for her to get by from week to week. When Jada is selected as one of two finalists for the prestigious Calver Award in mental health, he threatens to turn off the taps completely if she doesn’t win.So, yeah, no pressure there.Forest therapy practitioner Erika Jones has worked hard all her life. She applied for the Calver Award on a whim, and when she becomes one of the two people selected for the final round, it transforms her career. She can’t imagine what actually winning it would do.Seriously, she can’t imagine it. Because she’s never won anything in her life.Fueled by desperation not to disappoint her father and lose her trust fund, Jada sets out to secretly sabotage her competition by making Erika doubt herself. It was never supposed to get personal.It definitely wasn’t supposed to end up with Jada falling in love with her rival. As the pair grow closer, her father’s presence looms large. But as the rewards of love stack up, the lure of the award diminishes.Now, Jada will have to choose. What’s more important? Love, or money? Her father, or Erika?
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