The Other Brother

ayden James thought his family of five was perfect – until last Wednesday when Mitchell David arrived. The had to buy a new car, picnics at the park were ruined and Jayden’s ‘perfect’ seemed beyond repair. But Jayden is kept awake by someone crying, he knows something has be done he’s only one who can do it. Maybe for less about what’s always been more how, with whom, make

Can Melodie put the pain of her past aside to help a worthy cause? Photographer Carr moved New York City escape and make fresh start. Her soldier fiancé was killed in friendly fire incident, she’s been struggling come terms with it ever since. When she comes across call for photographs calendar sexy topless men, profits going charity supporting military families, eager out, do something positive. Unfortunately, doesn’t know any suitable so gives up on idea. That is, until Patrick Brogan—her late fiance’s brother—turns York. Seeing him brings all kinds memories, but determined push them be welcoming. He’s grown now, would perfect calendar. But can persuade take part? Note: The Other Brother has previously published. This version re-edited.

Veteran women’s fiction writer Lauren Baratz-Logsted presents the moving story of a family disrupted by fame, perfect for fans Elin Hilderbrand and Nancy Thayer. Ever wonder what it must be like to younger sibling someone so popular, princes presidents are excited meet him? Mona knows. Or thinks she does. is married Jack, brother Denny Springer, lead singer The Greatest Rock-and-Roll Band in World. Jack happens sing too, course, not that anyone world notices very much. After attends Easter dinner London first time decades, invites join her summer at rental house coastal Connecticut. She tells it’ll chance him finally bond with from whom has been estranged twenty years. initially laughs idea…but then shows up on their doorstep. As progresses, though, questions arise: Did really have change heart sudden commitment family? he hiding something? More importantly, why did invite place? Most importantly all, how well do we ever know anybody? “Lauren writes genuine characters, killer comedic timing romantic blunders truly something special.” —RT Book Reviews