Category Archives: Fresh Fiction

Review: A Marriage of Inconvenience by Susanna Fraser

Lucy Jones is an orphan. She lives with her wealthy relatives but no one wants her. Or so she thought until her cousin, Sebastian Arrington, proposed marriage to her. She was shocked but, as much as she adored her cousin, could not help but notice that he does not love her and behaves in a peculiar manner towards her. Unfortunately, an unfortunate incident results in the end of the engagement. As a result, she learns more about Sebastian’s true character than she has ever known but does not tell anyone. Read More at Fresh Fiction

Review: The Art of Romance by Kaye Dacus

Twenty-eight year old Dylan Bradley is an artist and an art professor who has just moved back to Nashville, Tennessee after losing his job due to an affair. Thirty-four year old Caylor Evans is an English professor who writes novels when she is not lecturing. Unbeknownst to them, their grandmothers are scheming to bring them together. When their paths cross, they are attracted to each other but push away those feelings due to their hidden pasts. Both Dylan and Caylor must learn how to face the pasts that they are ashamed of and overcome them if there is ever going to be any hope for a relationship. Read More at Fresh Fiction