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Ada’s world is torn apart when she discovers the man who raised her isn’t her biological father. To make matters worse, Daniel’s illegitimate daughter, Casey, has taken Ada’s place in his life. Faced with losing everything, Ada searches her dead mother’s belongings for answers. What she discovers will change her life forever.

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Ada’s world is torn apart when she discovers the man who raised her isn’t her biological father. To make matters worse, Daniel’s illegitimate daughter, Casey, has taken Ada’s place in his life. Faced with losing everything, Ada searches her dead mother’s belongings for answers. What she discovers will change her life forever.

The more Casey settles into her new life, the more unsettled she feels. She’s grateful to her father for welcoming her into his life. For buying her a fancy sports car, building her a house, and setting her up in a cushy job. But she soon learns his generosity comes at a price. Her freedom. Does Casey have the courage to stand up to him?

Burdened by her troubled past, Ollie must confront her demons in order to control her anger. When she undergoes extensive counseling, she discovers the men in her life aren’t the people she thought they were. Is it possible her arch enemy could be the man of her dreams?

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Ada is the last to arrive at The Nest, her family’s ancestral sprawling estate built high above their vineyard in the Virginia Mountains. Parking her Mercedes sedan in the circular driveway, she gets out and strolls over to the car ahead of her in line—a baby blue Volvo convertible so old it will soon be eligible for antique license plates. The car’s owner is the guest of honor at today’s event. Casey lives here now. With Ada’s father. In Ada’s family’s home.

Security cameras are everywhere, but as far as Ada can tell, no human eyes are watching. A malicious smile spreads across her lips as she drags her apartment key down the side of the Volvo, from the driver’s door to the rear taillight. Dropping the set of keys in her purse, she clicks her stiletto heels together and enters the house, sashaying down the center hallway toward the sound of murmured voices on the bluestone terrace.

Ada joins her two oldest brothers, Hugh and Charles, at the edge of the terrace away from the others. Nearby, a linen-draped banquet table sports champagne flutes and bottles of bubbly chilling in wine buckets. Their family’s cook, Marabella, waits with knife in hand for a signal from Ada’s father to cut the cake. Written in script in pink icing on the chocolate sheet cake is the message Welcome to the Family, Casey.

Across the terrace, Ada’s father huddles with Casey and his youngest son, Ada’s third brother, Sheldon. Casey is a fairytale princess in a bubblegum pink wrap dress with a cascade of golden waves tumbling down her back. The sight of her father’s hand resting on the small of Casey’s back makes Ada’s stomach sour.

Shifting her gaze from her father to his attorney, who is silently observing them from the doorway, Ada shivers. Horace Weaver creeps her out. He knows too much about their family’s business, about the fortune that has passed down for generations. His beady eyes are always watching them, judging them as though deciding whether they’re worthy of their inheritance. As if it’s any of his business.

Ada’s hat flops when she dips her head at the attorney. “Why is he here?”

Hugh shrugs. “Who knows? Dad asked him to come.” He looks at Ada for the first time. “Why are you wearing funeral clothes?” he says about her all-black attire—wide-brimmed sun hat, tailored dress, Christian Louboutin heels.

“I’m in mourning,” Ada says. “Our shares in the Love family fortune are about to shrink.”

“Do you really think she’s Dad’s biological daughter?” Charles asks.

Ada peers at Charles over the top of her designer sunglasses. “Duh. Look at the three of them. Casey is a girl version of Sheldon, who is the spitting image of Dad, aside from a few gray hairs and crow’s feet.”

Hugh nods his agreement. “And they all have the same pale green eyes and cleft chin.”

Truth be told, Ada has the most to worry about regarding the DNA results. Hugh and Charles have the same cleft chin and their mother’s deep blue eyes. Her mother’s dark chocolate hair is the only feature linking Ada to either of her parents.

She remembers her mother’s whispered comments. You’re special, Ada. You’re not like your brothers. One day, when you’re old enough to understand, I’ll explain everything. But her mother never got the chance to explain. She dropped dead from a brain aneurysm when Ada was only fourteen.

Daniel motions for Ada and her brothers to move in closer. “Now that everyone’s here, we can begin. Horace is joining us in an official capacity. I had the results mailed directly to him at his office. I have not seen them.”

“And neither have I.” Horace leaves the doorway and goes to stand beside Daniel. He produces a sealed envelope from the inside pocket of his suit jacket. “Do you want to do the honors, or should I?”

“I will.” Daniel takes the envelope, tears it open, and reads the results out loud. “Hugh, match. Charles, match. Sheldon, match. Casey, match.” He smiles over at Casey. “Welcome to the family, my dear.” His eyes return to the paper. “And Ada . . .” His face falls. “Wait a minute. This can’t be right.”

“Give me that.” Ada snatches the results from him and stares in horror at the words written beside her name. No match.

Ada feels eyes on her, burning her skin, waiting for her response. Her chest tightens, and she can’t breathe. Spinning on her heels, she flees the terrace.

Her father’s voice rings out behind her. “Ada! Wait! We’ll do another test.”

But Ada knows it’s pointless. Another test will yield the same results.

Retracing her steps through the house, Ada closes the front door behind her and gulps in air until her breath steadies and the urge to vomit subsides. Stepping away from the house, she stares up at the stone facade of her childhood home. The memories rush back. Only a few are good. Her parents’ stormy marriage put a damper on most of her youth. It dawns on her that her entire life has been based on a lie.

Ada gets in her car and speeds off. Tears blur her vision, and she misjudges the distance of the approaching tractor. She jerks the steering wheel, barely missing the tractor, and careers off the road. She slams on the brakes, and her car sinks into the moist earth.

Enzo hops down from the tractor and hurries to her aid. He knocks on her window. “Ada! Are you okay?”

She rolls down the window. “No, I’m not okay.”

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Dream Big, Stella!—Stella's life takes an unexpected turn when she inherits a historic inn from her sperm donor father. With only a flaky boyfriend and dead-end job keeping her in New York, she catches the next train to the Virginia mountains. She as unprepared for the inn’s dilapidated state as she is
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Show Me the Way—Presley Ingram has often wondered about her birth parents. Yet her 23andMe test kit remains unopened in her bedside table drawer. When she finds an address on a torn envelope in her adoption file upon her adoptive mother’s death, she makes an impulsive decision to travel to the mountains of Virginia in search of answers. In the charming town of Hope Springs, she discovers her dream job as event planner at the prestigious Inn at Hope Springs Farms and the potential for romance with a ruggedly handsome bartender.

Mistletoe and Wedding Bells—Stella is ready to marry the love of her life and
live in the home of her dreams. Yet her dreams are overshadowed by a battle for
custody of her spirited six-year-old half-sister. Meanwhile,
Presley juggles a secret of her own: orchestrating a surprise Christmas wedding
for Stella and Jack, all while wrestling with her own newfound passion. And
Cecily confronts doubt as her Christmas Eve wedding approaches, torn between a
career she's fought for and a marriage marked by her fiancé's sudden
recklessness. In a tale of love, family, and the search for stability, these
women must navigate the complexities of their hearts to secure a future filled
with hope.

Matters of the Heart— The genie is out of the bottle. After decades of secrecy, Stella has finally made her resort’s natural hot springs available to guests. Little does she know, the waters have magical healing powers. Not only do the springs cure physical ailments, but matters of the heart as well. When word gets out, she has a riot of opportunity seekers on her hands.

Road to New Beginnings—The staffers at Hope Springs Farm greet guests with smiles. But trouble brews beneath their calm demeanors. Stella faces her first crisis as an adoptive mom when a second-grade bully wreaks havoc on Jazz’s life. Ollie experiences crippling panic attacks as she struggles to cope with her parents’ death. Cecily is falling in love with Parker. But she’s worried it’s too soon after breaking off her engagement. Presley’s baby is due in a few short weeks. But she’s heard nothing from her country music star husband in months.