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A drama of love lost and love found.
Michelle Brennan has known since childhood she was meant to be a doctor. She works hard every day as an EMT and saves every penny toward her singular Michelle Brennan works hard as an EMT and saves every penny toward her goal of attending medical school. Everything Robin Barberg has struggled toward is coming together and she’s met the woman of her dreams.
Beset by calamity, Robin is forced to confront the reality that the very self-reliance which has gotten her this far could cost her the one thing she wants most.
The first book in the Ladies of Diamond Lake.
When interim police chief Molly Gorman pulls Amy over, more than the antics on the motorcycle catch her eye. She discovers Amy Gilbert spends her days repairing cars in her family garage and is intrigued. The only holdup? Amy occupies her nights playing softball and drinking with her wild best friend, who offers incredibly bad advice about love. After several run-ins with a certain drunken mechanic, Molly wonders if Amy is really worth the trouble. When Amy disappears, she has to put her mixed emotions aside to work the case.
I was caught from the beginning and couldn't stop reading until I was done. The characters were well developed and likable. I found myself laughing and shaking my head at some of the antics in the book. I recommend reading Moving Violations
While trying to keep a low profile, Molly finds herself discovering more than dust in a cold file.
2K reluctantly agrees to be the wing woman for a friend at a lesbian bar, and to her surprise, on stage is her crush from high school.
McGee Mathews is the author of the top-selling women loving women romance Moving Violations. For her contemporary works, she is drawn to blue-collar gals with sass. A Jill of all trades, master of none, McGee has a B.S. in biology and has worked in numerous, underpaid, overworked positions. She currently writes full time. McGee has retired from chasing goats but relishes rural life in South Carolina. She counts the days until her wife can retire to begin their travels as RV nomads.