February 24th, 2018
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Hearts and Love, great reads in February

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THE DELANEYS OF SANDPIPER BEACH: A family business with room to grow.


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So many frogs. So few princes.


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Eloisa loves a Cinderella twist in her stories, and three short stories with this theme are digitally publishing in one volume!


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Marie Bostwick weaves together the unforgettable story of four very different women whose paths cross, changing their lives forever…


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When someone attempts to assassinate a Saudi Prince on U.S. soil, FBI Agent Kord Davidson and CIA Operative Monica Alden head up a task force to keep the Prince safe and find those responsible to avoid an international incident that could have devastating consequences.


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Working late has its rewards



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Also by Elizabeth LaBan:

Not Perfect, February 2018
Trade Size
Not Perfect, February 2018
Hardcover
Pretty Little World, January 2017
Trade Size
The Restaurant Critic's Wife, January 2016
Hardcover
The Tragedy Paper, February 2013
Hardcover

Not Perfect
Elizabeth LaBan

From Elizabeth LaBan, the acclaimed author of The Restaurant Critic’s Wife, comes a captivating and very funny novel about a wife and mother’s fall from grace, and why keeping up appearances is not her biggest secret.

Lake Union Publishing
February 2018
On Sale: February 1, 2018
304 pages
ISBN: 1542049814
EAN: 9781542049818
Kindle: B074CFP95V
Trade Size / e-Book
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Hardcover (February 2018)

Women's Fiction Contemporary

Tabitha Brewer wakes up one morning to find her husband gone, leaving her no way to support herself and their two children, never mind their upscale Philadelphia lifestyle. She’d confess her situation to her friends—if it wasn’t for those dreadful words of warning in his goodbye note: “I’ll tell them what you did.”

Instead, she does her best to keep up appearances, even as months pass and she can barely put food on the table— much less replace a light bulb. While she looks for a job, she lives in fear that someone will see her stuffing toilet paper into her handbag or pinching basil from a neighbor’s window box.

Soon, blindsided by catastrophe, surprised by romance, and stunned by the kindness of a stranger, Tabitha realizes she can’t keep her secrets forever. Sooner or later, someone is bound to figure out that her life is far from perfect.

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