Everyone Danielle Flynn has ever loved has left her without saying goodbye. When her Uncle Jake allows his friend Sean’s production company to shoot on his ranch, she fights her attraction to the movie’s director, Grayson Crawford. After all, Grayson is heading back to California once filming is over, and she has no intention of letting him take her heart when he leaves... with or without a goodbye.
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Lily’s happy life in Shanghai is torn apart when her father dies. An outstanding beauty, her aunt sells her and she’s shipped to California for sale to a brothel owner. But Lily wasn’t born in the Year of the Tiger for nothing. Determined to escape, she watches for her chance in the midst of chaotic Gold Rush San Francisco.…
To make things worse, her Uncle Jake, a confirmed bachelor, starts acting like a teenager every time he’s around Carmen Santangelo, the woman who plays the mother of one of the actors. But when Carmen is offered the role of a lifetime, it’s a stark reminder that she and Jake come from two separate worlds.
Torn between her love of Green Lake Ranch and her growing feelings for Grayson, Danielle learns the difference between what’s important in life, and what’s make believe.
The Last Goodbye is Book Two in The Women of Independence series. Loving From Afar is Book One, and is Allison’s story. Book Three is Never Look Back, and is Maya’s story. Book Four, titled Love’s Like That, will be released in mid-April 2015 and is Katie’s story. All four are stand-alone books.