Flatiron Five Fitness

Straight out of college, five friends with a dream joined forces to build success. Ten years later, their exclusive fitness club, Flatiron Five Fitness, is the hottest destination in Manhattan. People flock to F5F to get fit, to get lucky, and even, to fall in love. The founding partners have been immune to F5F’s romantic spell—at least, so far...

Just One Fake Date, book one of the Flatiron Five Fitness series of contemporary romances by Deborah Cooke
Just One More Time, book two of the Flatiron Five Fitness series of contemporary romances by Deborah Cooke
Just One Night Together, book three of the Flatiron Five Fitness series of contemporary romances by Deborah Cooke
Just One Hometown Hero, book four of the Flatiron Five Fitness series of contemporary romances by Deborah Cooke
Two Weddings and a Baby, book five of the Flatiron Five Fitness series of contemporary romances by Deborah Cooke
Just One Second Chance, book six of the Flatiron Five Fitness series of contemporary romances by Deborah Cooke
Just Home for the Holidays, a Christmas romance novella and #7 in the Flatiron Five series of contemporary romances by Deborah Cooke
Just One Silver Fox, book six of Flatiron Five Fitness series of contemporary romances by Deborah Cooke

There’s a Pinterest board for Flatiron Five Fitness, which has subsidiary boards for each book in the series. The extra images on this board are of Manhattan. This graphic jumbles all the images, but if you click though, you’ll see the subsidiary boards. Each book’s page here on the site has a link to its specific Pinterest page.

4 thoughts on “Flatiron Five Fitness

    • Hi Carol –
      I don’t have a publication date for Sonia’s book yet. Right now, I’m switching over to having books finished before they list for pre-order. It means that my schedule looks pretty empty for this summer, but we’ll get past that. I’m hoping Just the Wrong Twin will be published this fall.
      Thanks for reading my books!

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  1. I have to say, I was not enamored with the rewriting of Ty’s story in the Flat Iron 5 series. I enjoyed Amy and Ty. I liked the humor in their story. I managed to get through about half of Ty and Shannyn’s story, and was so bored by them that I deleted the download. The personalities of all the characters I loved felt flat, and to much attention was put on updating to the current time by adding in apps and social media, etc. I had bought the rest of the series based on Simply Irresistible. I had fallen in love with Kyle, and wanted to know more about Damon. I no longer have any interest in these characters based on their portrayal in Just One Fake Date. I think rewriting these books was a mistake, and I would love to see the originals back in circulation.

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    • Thanks for sharing your thoughts. Only the first book was rewritten, however, not the others. They have some updates (like changing the name of Tyler’s partner) but are otherwise the same as the earlier editions.

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