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The Garden Club Series

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971 pages14 hours

Summary

Three powerful stories of reinvention and self-discovery ... 

Meet the Carr sisters--Jasmine, Sequoia, and Holly. Each one is on a journey to re-define herself, and each one needs the help of her sisters to do it.  

Jasmine's Pact

It's Jasmine Carr's thirtieth birthday, and she's finally getting the one thing she's waited for her entire adult life. Her first love, Parker Abbott, calls to fulfill the terms of the pact they made as teenagers when his family moved out of the country. It should be the perfect reunion, but Jasmine's distracted. Her editor at the newspaper where she's happily deemed herself Fluff Correspondent assigns her to the ultra-serious police beat, alongside a new, seriously handsome partner, photojournalist Hudson Stover. Eventually, circumstances force Jasmine to choose between the life she's always imagined and the life she's beginning to see is possible.

Studying Sequoia

Sequoia Carr is better off alone. For the past six years, she's been happily married to her job as a police officer. But when her corrupt boss assigns her a K-9 partner, Sequoia is confident she'll fail (she likes dogs even less than she likes people). Her sexy co-worker Elijah Sawyer steps in to help Sequoia succeed with her new partner—and in love. He proposes an experiment to test Sequoia's hypothesis that she's meant for solitude. Sequoia finds her relationships—with her sisters, Jasmine and Holly, with her K-9 partner and with herself—transforming. Still, Sequoia knows there's only one conclusion the experiment can reach. Or is there?

Just Holly

When Holly Carr gets pulled over for drunk driving (at age thirty!), her suspicions and those of her sisters, Jasmine and Sequoia, are confirmed: her life is in need of a makeover. The problem: Holly doesn't know who she wants to be. Worse, since childhood, she's botched every project she's tackled, solo. Now, on her own, Holly hires a life coach, resolving to focus on herself: Just Holly. Things get complicated when Mack Bravo, the police officer who pulled her over, begins pursuing her. Torn between finding her own direction and spending time with Mack, Holly devises complicated and sometimes absurd plans to do both. Is it possible for Holly to find herself and love at the same time?
 

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