Honesty is a way of life for Claudia Khoury. So when it turns out that her fun-rebound is married to her new boss, she is at a loss as to how to deal with this unexpected curveball.
Elizabeth Lancaster's life flows along placidly—if someone were to ask her where she sees herself in ten years, she would give an exact and detailed answer, at least until her new employee derails her certain future.
Claudia’s revelations rip through Elizabeth's life like a destructive whirlwind, tearing apart old bonds and creating new ones.
After a collision that leaves them with more questions than answers, the two women find themselves on an unexpected journey. In the end, they must decide how to move forward and what role to allow the other to play in their lives.
A Question of Sincerity is a spinoff of the stand-alone contemporary romance series Constellation featuring two characters mentioned in the third novel, The Truce.
For almost a decade they were best friends. Inseparable. Then a betrayal tore them apart.
Over twenty years later, Amy Summers and Jess Daniels need to find a way to navigate their past as they are sent to Europe to handle the acquisition of a company.
Along the way, they manage to strike a fragile truce, yet emotions run high as each blames the other for wrecking their friendship.
The Truce is the third installment of the stand-alone romance series Constellation. It follows the adventures of Amy and Jess, whom readers meet in the previous installment, The Deal.
The Homecoming is the final installment of the stand-alone contemporary romance series Constellation. It follows the journey that brought Tempe and "her girls" together, while also focusing on a current event that threatens their happily ever after.
Sabrina Blaum hails originally from Germany and moved to the United States in 2006. She studied Sociology, Geographic Information Systems, and English at a local university in Alabama, at which she used to teach English Composition.
She has always written and wrote her first “novel” in elementary school, when she decided that Enid Blyton’s Malory Towers needed a sequel. She also had the habit of telling her late grandmother bedtime stories.
Sabrina is an avid reader and writer, and she loves to spend time with family and friends.