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Read Heather Wardell's first novel, the free "Life, Love, and a Polar Bear Tattoo", and want more? Here's a collection of the four complete novels that follow the first book at a terrific price! You get: "Go Small or Go Home": When massage therapist and aspiring artist Tess begins treating stressed but attractive hockey star Forrest, her art career soars due to his gallery-owning mother, but her creativity plummets under the weight of rules and deadlines. Soon, she's lost the freedom and joy she'd always found in art. Is having her dream career worth losing doing her art her way, or can she somehow have both at once? "Planning to Live": Determined to lose weight for her best friend's wedding, goal-obsessed Rhiannon flees her parents' Christmas Day feast to avoid overeating but her car skids off the deserted road into a tree. Trapped and bleeding, with her cell phone out of reach, she struggles to escape, and to accept that she's spent her whole life planning but hasn't ever really lived. Will she get the chance to change that? "Stir Until Thoroughly Confused": Mary's given up everything, including an unsatisfying marriage, to become a chef. But the career comes with a side dish: Kegan, her sexy but controlling new boss. They're soon in a relationship, and in all-too-frequent arguments, and when it becomes clear they can't work together and be together Mary faces a dilemma: keep her dream job or her dream man? "A Life That Fits": Twenty-eight-year-old Andrea is devastated when her boyfriend of fourteen years leaves her for a woman he calls Andrea's opposite. Determined to get him back, Andrea changes everything in her life. New clothes, new activities, new friends... she'll be her opposite in no time. But will she change enough to get Alex back? And if she does, will he fit into her new life? Four full novels, one great price. Happy reading!
"Toronto Collection Volume 3" is books 10 to 13 in
Heather Wardell's "Toronto Series" at a terrific price! 

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"Good to Myself": One obstacle keeps columnist
Lydia Grange from the promotion she craves: beating her two coworkers in a
"be 'good to yourself' for four weeks" competition. Piece of
(cheese)cake. Lydia, queen of instant gratification, will indulge herself even
more, ensure her readers do too, and it'll be the easiest month of her life.
Unless... could there be more to self-care than sex and shopping and sugar? 



"Pink is a Four-Letter Word": Nothing ever comes
easily for Larissa, a makeup artist who both loves and fears pink and all
things feminine. After a particularly painful string of disasters, she takes a
job teaching English in Kuwait in the hopes that she will be a new and better
person there. But can she really leave her psychological baggage behind in
Toronto, or is it true that 'wherever you go, there you are'? 



"Everybody's Got a Story": Both personally and
professionally, Alexa knows all too well the power of words. Two years after
her boyfriend viciously assaulted her, she's still trying to label herself as
more than simply 'his victim'. She moves to Toronto after his trial for a fresh
start, but his actions and especially his words stick with her and make that
impossible. Can Alexa reclaim her story and her life? 



"Fifty Million Reasons": Angela has typical
lottery-player plans: help friends and family, give more to charity, and escape
her rut. But when she wins big, she faces angry relatives, her own unexpected
greed, and a lawsuit from the person who put her in that rut. Almost nobody
treats her normally, and they've got fifty million reasons not to. She can buy
anything she wants now, but can she buy the life she needs? 



Four full novels, one great price. Happy reading!

"It's the Game of Pies: You win or your relationship dies."

Thirty-somethings Brittany and Kyle have only been together four months, but she knows he's the one. Hosting Thanksgiving dinner at their Toronto apartment, with the food catered since neither of them are good cooks, will be a perfect way for their relatives to meet and become one big happy family.

Marilyn and Virginia have hated each other for nearly sixty years, since Virginia got herself pregnant by Marilyn's boyfriend then married him. Both too stubborn to leave their small Ontario town and let the other one win, their feud rages on whenever they encounter each other and particularly at the town's annual pie-making contest, which only they enter because nobody else dares to get caught in their crossfire.

When the relatives arrive on Thanksgiving, the truth comes out: Marilyn is Brittany's grandmother, and Virginia is Kyle's. And for once Marilyn and Virginia agree on something: no relation of that horrible woman is good enough for my grandchild.

Desperate to stop the unending guilt trips but not willing to cut the grandmothers they love from their lives, Brittany and Kyle accept an invitation to the ultimate battle: the pie-making contest. If they win, the grandmothers agree to accept their relationship, or at least pretend to, and be civil to each other. Lose? The grandmothers will never again be in the same room, so Brittany and Kyle will spend every holiday separately while listening to their grandmothers criticize their partners.

With only two months to learn to bake a better pie than women who've been at it for decades, can Brittany and Kyle win "The Game of Pies" and save their relationship? 

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