There are times when situations teeter on the line between family drama and romantic comedy. Charlene's feelings are tested so much that she isn't sure whether she's falling in love or losing her mind.
What happens when a beautiful, smart, driven southern belle meets a handsome, equally driven man who suffers from PTSD? Charlene Pickford finds herself in a pickle after landing the job of her dreams in New York City. Her boss Alan might be attractive, but when it becomes obvious that he's hiding some deep, obviously very dark secret, she feels an overwhelming urge to flee to keep from falling in love with a guy who is so obviously wrong for her. Or is it too late?
She could go back to Georgia to help her parents—even though they've made it clear that they don't want her hovering. Or she can stick around and see what happens with her career and her feelings for Alan. Decisions, decisions, decisions!
ONE FOOT OUT THE DOOR
What is a southern belle supposed to do when a slick NYC attorney turns all his attention to her, even though she plans to go back home as soon as her aunt gets better? Bethann often forgets to see the humor in this romantic comedy.
Bethann Russell loses her job, so when her elderly great-aunt needs help, she’s the most logical family member to move up to New York to be the caretaker. When attorney Judd Baxter arrives to help Bethann’s aunt with her legal affairs, the attraction between him and Bethann is obvious. As Bethann gets to know Judd, she discovers some things about him that make her wonder if he's sincere. And even though she isn't sure she trusts him, that flutter of love grabs hold of her and won't let go. Are his career sacrifices enough to let her know that he's a man of honor?
CAN'T FOOL ME TWICE
Is it possible for a southern belle to ever trust a man who deceives her in order to get her to work for him? Sunny lets her thoughts be known in some uniquely southern ways in this romantic comedy.
After finding out the identity of her boss, Sunny Tatum worries that she won't ever be able to trust him. For New Yorker and restaurant owner Dante Romero to try to pass himself off as a "Bubba" is more of a stretch than she can handle since she doesn't see that he has an ounce of grits running through his veins. However, the attraction is there, and it's something she can't deny. But when she learns something about her mother's health, life gets complicated, and he has an opportunity to prove himself. The only problem is, he's worried too. They both fight the love that blooms between them. Can he rise to the occasion and be the man she needs at this difficult time?