The tenth, eleventh, twelfth, and thirteenth books of Heather Wardell’s “Toronto Collection” in one!
The “Toronto Collection” is a set of loosely connected novels. While most of the books are not sequels, your favorite characters will reappear across the books in the collection, letting you follow their lives after their original book ends. Want stories of real women taking control of their lives? These are the books for you, and here’s a collection of books 10 through 13 at a terrific price!
“Good to Myself”: One obstacle keeps columnist Lydia Grange from the promotion she craves: beating her two coworkers in a “be ‘good to yourself’ for four weeks” competition. Piece of (cheese)cake. Lydia, queen of instant gratification, will indulge herself even more, ensure her readers do too, and it’ll be the easiest month of her life. Unless… could there be more to self-care than sex and shopping and sugar?
“Pink is a Four-Letter Word”: Nothing ever comes easily for Larissa, a makeup artist who both loves and fears pink and all things feminine. After a particularly painful string of disasters, she takes a job teaching English in Kuwait in the hopes that she will be a new and better person there. But can she really leave her psychological baggage behind in Toronto, or is it true that ‘wherever you go, there you are’?
“Everybody’s Got a Story”: Both personally and professionally, Alexa knows all too well the power of words. Two years after her boyfriend viciously assaulted her, she’s still trying to label herself as more than simply ‘his victim’. She moves to Toronto after his trial for a fresh start, but his actions and especially his words stick with her and make that impossible. Can Alexa reclaim her story and her life?
“Fifty Million Reasons”: Angela has typical lottery-player plans: help friends and family, give more to charity, and escape her rut. But when she wins big, she faces angry relatives, her own unexpected greed, and a lawsuit from the person who put her in that rut. Almost nobody treats her normally, and they’ve got fifty million reasons not to. She can buy anything she wants now, but can she buy the life she needs?