Award-winning author Mary Chris writes women’s fiction. She was destined to write romantic comedies from a young age (as a child, her stuffed animals always got their happily-ever-afters). She lives in Richmond, Virginia in a renovated parking garage with her husband. Find her on her website, on Twitter or just about anywhere good coffee or craft beer is served.
Sarah's summer plans are in disarray after she runs out on her overzealous boyfriend. As she attempts to move past her vindictive ex, she finds her footing with help from a group of struggling musicians. Through late night talks with his new, unexpected roommate Zach discovers a kindred spirit in the bookish Sarah. Together they are emboldened to pursue their dreams and perhaps something more ...
Winner of the 2015 Next Generation Indie Book Award for Chick Lit.
Root for Jen as she overcomes the death of her fiancé and is forced to start over and rethink everything. This fun, light read proves that the best stories sometimes arise from the worst tragedies.
If you love inspiring personal journeys, How to be Alive will leave you filled with hope.
Carolyn’s life has gone pretty much according to plan. She’s followed all the rules. Her star is rising at work, her boyfriend is amazing and she lives in a perfectly decorated apartment. A delayed flight throws her life and plans off schedule. What she learns, stuck overnight in the airport, has her questioning everything and puts her face to face with her own missed connection.
This contemporary romance is Groundhog Day meets My Best Friend’s Wedding. Kate’s best friend is marrying her college ex after dating only six months. A few too many drinks at the reception and Kate gives the worst toast ever. She wishes she could do it all over, but is caught off guard when given the chance. In the process, she learns a lot about herself and the cynically charming best man, Ben.