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Perfect Books to welcome spring...March Reads

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She Crossed the Sea to Save a Legacy… Finding Love Was Not Part of Her Plan


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She was the only woman ever to rock his world.


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Sometimes you can come home again…


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An unlikely hoyden saves a wary duke with her love but betrayal threatens to destroy them both.


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Darkly gifted and dangerously skilled, to survive, they'll have to solve...the Phoenix Code.


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The Sweet Magnolias




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Also by Liane Moriarty:

The Husband's Secret, March 2015
Paperback
Big Little Lies, August 2014
Hardcover
The Husband's Secret, August 2013
Hardcover
The Hypnotist's Love Story, June 2012
Hardcover
What Alice Forgot, May 2012
Trade Size (reprint)
What Alice Forgot, June 2011
Hardcover
The Last Anniversary, June 2006
Paperback
Three Wishes, June 2005
Trade Size

The Hypnotist's Love Story
Liane Moriarty

Amy Einhorn Books/Putnam
June 2012
On Sale: June 12, 2012
416 pages
ISBN: 039915910X
EAN: 9780399159107
Kindle: B0074VTH2U
Hardcover / e-Book
$25.95
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Suspense | Women's Fiction Contemporary

From the author of critically acclaimed What Alice Forgot comes a wonderfully fun, insightful novel about the crazy things we do for love.

Ellen O’Farrell is a bit unusual. She’s a hypnotherapist. She’s never met her father. And she can’t seem to keep a relationship going (okay, that’s more normal that we want to admit). When Ellen meets Patrick, she’s hopeful nevertheless. But when he says he needs to tell her something, she fears the worst. However, when Patrick reveals that his ex-girlfriend is stalking him, Ellen thinks, Is that all? Actually, that’s kind of neat. She’s more intrigued than frightened. What makes a supposedly smart, professional woman behave this way? She’d love to meet her. What she doesn’t know is that she already has.

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