Gabrielle and Tyson are still blissfully in love, but something he keeps from her has her questioning whether he ‘settled’ for her and isn't living up to his full potential.
Dilvan is still battling feelings of worthlessness with his bipolar diagnosis. Some days he takes his medicine. Other days he doesn’t. The constant mood swings are proving to be too much for Eden as she hides a secret that she’s afraid to tell him. She loves him, but there’s only so much she can take.
Preston and Tamera are both busy with their writing careers. Their current lifestyle is carefree, eating out on a regular and always busy with work, but Preston has been thinking more and more about starting a family. Tamera is not on board, at least not while she’s trying to get her business off the ground.
Lalita searches for a purpose. Prasad can’t understand her reasoning since he provides her with everything she needs.
Charity runs a school that was only supposed to be a summer school. She ends up opening a year-round, after-school program, but Heshan thinks it’s too much for her to manage.
Henry considers dating again but thinks he’s too old to get back in the game. That is until a woman visits the pastry shop who piques his interest...
Padma would like nothing more than to get all her family together for this reunion but will the drama surrounding these Alexander couples turn this reunion into one big disaster?
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Discover the entire Alexander Series:
The Millionaire's Arranged Marriage, Book 1
Watch Me Take Your Girl, Book 2
Her Premarital Ex, Book 3
The Object of His Obsession, Book 4
Dilvan's Redemption, Book 5
His Charity Challenge, Book 5
Different Tastes, Book 7
Trevor Myerson is the man of my dreams.
He’s one of those guys who has the whole package. One that you’d be shocked to learn is SINGLE. His interest in me is surprising since, in the words of my bestie, Priscilla, I’m boring and drab (yeah, she really said I was ‘drab’, whatever the freak that means…). But Trevor likes me. Don’t know why, but he does. He says we’re friends and he wants to ‘draw me out’. Have me try new things. I’m cool with it, but it would be nice if he was more than just a friend. I wanted the man of my dreams to actually be ‘my’ man.
When I finally get my chance, it all comes dwindling down just as easily as dreams end when you wake up. But I can’t deny my need for him. I long for him. And dreaming about him just will no longer suffice.
He loves her.
More than life.
More than anything.
That’s why he hangs on so tight. Analyzes her movements. Loves her hard. Watches her closely.
Expecting their first child and still working at the bakery, Gianna is a woman who wears many hats. One thing she can always count on is the support of her loving husband. But does running the bakery, preparing for her little ‘cupcake’s arrival and an unforeseen request from her estranged mother bring more challenges than she can handle all at once?