Murder in Black and White By: Loretta Jackson and Vickie Britton

This was a good book a little slower in place but still good. It is a clean book great for young adults!

Sheriff Jeff McQuede becomes suspicious when a robber breaks into the Coal County Museum and steals only one item - a black-and-white class photograph. Under the name Jerome Slade the photographer had printed two ominous words: never graduated. When a body is unearthed beneath the newly demolished school, McQuede realizes Slade had not left Black Mountain the night of the spring dance. McQuede soon uncovers hidden rivalries between Slade and his classmates. When he discovers that Heather Kenwell and the woman of his dreams, Loris Conner, were rivals for Slade's affection, McQuede fears finding out the truth. Theft, blackmail, and another brutal killing lead back to photographs taken by Black Mountain's eccentric photographer, Bruce Fenton. While others see an innocent collection, McQuede sees murder in black and white.

The Hot Girl’s Friend By: Lisa Scott

This book was a great quick read. It really kept me laughing. I can’t wait to read the rest of the series Flirts! 5 Romantic Short Stories”. Plus her “Beach Flirts! 5 Romantic Short Stories”.

How can a plain Jane find love when her best friend is a curvy, blonde man magnet? 
Jane usually busies herself during a night on the town, fending off the men lusting after her gorgeous friend Miranda. When Brady the bartender overhears her inspired, ludicrous excuses, he resolves to hook up Jane with his friends. But Jane would be quite happy with him. Pine along as Jane tries to find her own happily ever after.