Randall Pierce is a woman working in her former fiancé’s family company. His death five years earlier just prior to their wedding has her focusing all her time and energy on the job. She doesn’t like the feelings a stranger invokes in her when they meet. The last thing she wants is to fall in love again.
As the feelings Philip and Randi have for another grow, the purchase of her land becomes more challenging. This lack of success is uncharacteristic for Philip when he’s on a mission for his father. Not seeing results, Philip’s father enters the picture and sets off a myriad of events for this couple. Justin Michaels is a man used to getting what he wants and Randi is giving him a run for his money as Philip loses control off this business deal gone bad while still having strong feelings for her.
Can this couple get past brutal business tactics and family secrets and find each other again? Is what they see the real picture of what’s going on? Or can these two get past hurt and anger and find love?
Eden Carrington woke up in a hospital bed with no memories of the past 8 years. She didn’t remember a husband nor a 3-year-old son. She thought herself still a teenager finishing up high school getting ready for college.
Broken Wings takes you on a journey of a couple trying to cope with missing memories. Eden can’t remember being married to Noah, yet is still drawn to him. She can’t remember wanting a divorce nor walking out and leaving him behind. Noah can’t forget the last couple of years of their marriage. The distance between them that had grown bigger and bigger over those months. And yet, as Eden returns to their home in an attempt to regain her memory, he finds himself falling in love with her all over again. A love so different from their first time. As their love grows again, he fears the pain of what lies ahead when her memory does return.
As Eden struggles to regain her memories, she senses something isn’t quite right. She feels like a bird with broken wings. Can those wings heal as their love regrows? Or will history simply repeat itself? Can these lovers get past all the baggage of their past? Can a new love, stronger and deeper than before, prevail?