Geraldine Solon is the award-winning, bestselling author of Women’s fiction and Romance novels. Her debut novel, Love Letters won the Beach Book Festival for the Romance category and made it to Finalist for the 2011 Global eBook Awards. Dream Real Pictures has optioned Love Letters and is currently being adapted into film. Geraldine is a member of the California Writers Club and has studied writing courses at Stanford University. You can visit her website at www.geraldinesolon.com
American travel journalist Sophie Matthews is searching for that elusive place called home. Working for Constar Communications has allowed her to see the world and experience different cultures, but the nomadic lifestyle has not enabled her to have much of a personal life. As she approaches her fortieth birthday, Sophie's priorities shift and she decides to quit her job to pursue a different dream--meeting a man, settling down, and starting a family. Her boss, Greg Sullivan, has one request--that Sophie complete her last assignment featuring the life of artist/writer Marina Suarez. During World War II, Marina's entire village was captured by Japanese soldiers leaving Marina as the sole survivor. How she was able to survive the slaughter of her village and family remains a mystery. Sophie is intrigued by the assignment, but hesitant to return to the Philippines, which left her with a broken heart ten years ago at the hands of Eric Santiago, the only man she has ever loved. As fate would have it, Sophie soon finds herself in the busy streets of Manila and crosses paths with Eric Santiago once again. As Sophie tries to unravel the mystery of Marina's life, she learns that Eric is the only one who can help her put the pieces together. But when she discovers Marina's deep, dark secret, little does Sophie know that it will change her life forever.
A week after Blair Nightingale's husband, Larry, dies, she learns she's about to lose everything she owns due to a foolish mistake Larry made. In an instant, Blair's life is transformed from rich, Silicon Valley trophy wife to poor, widowed single mom. Her only goal now is to provide for her daughter. As Blair begins to pick up the pieces, George-Larry's best friend and the man she truly resents-seems to always be around. When Blair is overwhelmed by all the challenges she faces, she seeks comfort in baking rich, filled, three-layered chocolate cupcakes that her grandmother once taught her, and soon Blair's life is changed forever.
Bridal shop manager Chloe Rogers will soon marry Richard Foster—so she thinks—until suddenly, she bumps into her childhood sweetheart, Josh Goldman, whom she hasn’t seen in thirteen years. The sparks between Chloe and Josh fly, but Richard provides safety, financial security. Should she follow her heart or her head? The answer comes in a surprise twist. While cleaning her attic, she stumbles upon love letters written to her estranged mother forty years ago from a man she loved. When Chloe secretly brings them together again and sees how much time they’ve lost, she is challenged not to make the same mistake her mother made. Will Chloe opt for security or will she risk her heart and marry her true love?