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What happens when danger lurks in unexpected places, faith is broken, and Madalene must rely on Jean Marc to stay alive?

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Will the music—and the pull of true love and family—put their hearts back in harmony?

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She's a gorgeous distraction he can't afford... or ignore.

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She's his everything....

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Love is an act of bravery

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Marrying the shy princess…

Recent Reviews

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"Can Mason Kane save his men and country before time runs out?"
Warning Order
by Joshua Hood
Reviewed by Teresa Cross
Posted July 25, 2016

This is an amazingly written novel by Joshua Hood who was in the 82nd Airborne Division of his Military career. WARNING ORDER is the second Read more...

"Tree Huggers Clash and Find Love"
Wild Horses
by Claire McEwen
Reviewed by Kristen Donnelly
Posted July 24, 2016

This book is an environmental PSA disguised as a romance novel. Now, don't get me wrong, there is definitely a romance in there. But Read more...

"A bittersweet tale of sweets, love, lies and redemption"
Rosalia's Bitter Sweet Pastry Shop
by Rosanna Chiofalo
Reviewed by Pat Pascale
Posted July 24, 2016

New York food writer, Claudia Lombardo. hearing rave reviews from so many top chefs about the mouthwatering pastries baked and sold by Carmelite Order nuns Read more...

"We need rain in our lives to make rainbows."
Daughters of the Bride
by Susan Mallery
Reviewed by Viki Ferrell
Posted July 18, 2016

Sienna and Courtney Watson and Rachel Halcomb are sisters. Their mother, Maggie, is getting remarried to a wonderful man she never thought she'd find Read more...

"Delightful book about finding love and taking chances."
Daughters of the Bride
by Susan Mallery
Reviewed by Sandra Wurman
Posted July 18, 2016

DAUGHTERS OF THE BRIDE is a wondrously heartwarming and funny story about three sister who on the surface couldn't be more different. What they Read more...

"An understated romance at a time of tension"
Her Rancher Bodyguard
by Brenda Minton
Reviewed by Clare O'Beara
Posted July 17, 2016

Brenda Minton is one of those writers who keeps me coming back for more. In this tale which seesaws between being amusing and reflecting desperation Read more...

"A girl becomes a warrior and spy in medieval Japan"
by David Kudler
Reviewed by Clare O'Beara
Posted July 17, 2016

This exciting tale of a girl in medieval Japan gives us a view of another world. First we are told that a family name comes Read more...

"Jump into the action packed life of a woman on the run."
by Karen E. Olson
Reviewed by Lynn Cunningham
Posted July 17, 2016

Susan McQueen has been known by many names. This one is just her most recent. Swift changes of names is vital to someone who is Read more...

"BABY DOLL thrills, fascinates and grabs you by the throat!"
Baby Doll
by Hollie Overton
Reviewed by Magdalena Johansson
Posted July 17, 2016

Lily was kidnapped when she was 16 years old and grew from teenager to an adult in a small basement prison in a cabin. Her Read more...

"Buckle. Up."
Baby Doll
by Hollie Overton
Reviewed by Kristen Donnelly
Posted July 17, 2016

A few things before this one even gets started: this is a book about an abduction of a teenager. Said teenager is abused for eight Read more...

"Charley Davidson is truly a one of a kind heroine"
The Curse of Tenth Grave
by Darynda Jones
Reviewed by Annie Tegelan
Posted July 11, 2016

It seems that Darynda Jones is incapable of writing a bad book. In book ten of the Read more...

"An intriguing blend of adventure and romance!"
Once Upon a Moonlit Night
by Elizabeth Hoyt
Reviewed by Miranda Owen
Posted July 9, 2016

ONCE UPON A MOONLIT NIGHT is a novella and book 10.5 in Elizabeth Hoyt's "Maiden Lane" series. The opening has gothic overtones. Hippolyta Read more...

"A dark, gritty, edgy but magical contemporary that will hold you spellbound"
Shadow Rider
by Christine Feehan
Reviewed by Annetta Sweetko
Posted July 6, 2016

I have been a long time fan of Christine Feehan from with her Carpathians, her shifters, her Drake Sisters and Sea Haven series but I Read more...

"Life doesn't come with prize buckles."
Having the Rancher's Baby
by Cathy McDavid
Reviewed by Sandra Wurman
Posted July 6, 2016

Some men are like the bulls at a rodeo -- restless, unbroken, stubborn and of course strong in will and body. Trying to tame a bull Read more...

"In dealing with the past, maybe love has a chance to bloom, on this heartfelt tale"
Kiss Me That Way
by Laura Trentham
Reviewed by Linda Green
Posted July 6, 2016

Cade Fournette was forced to grow up fast when his parents died, leaving him with two younger siblings to provide for. And growing up on Read more...

"An investigation that runs at warp speed!"
Deep Six
by D.P. Lyle
Reviewed by Viki Ferrell
Posted July 6, 2016

Jake Longley and his fastball only lasted two years in the majors before he blew out his arm. Now he owns a restaurant along the Read more...

"Going undercover in a remote Amish community is Kate Burkholder's most dangerous undertaking."
Among the Wicked
by Linda Castillo
Reviewed by Tanzey Cutter
Posted July 6, 2016

The death of a 15-year-old Amish girl and rumors of abuse in an isolated Amish settlement near Roaring Springs, in rural, upstate New Read more...

"DEVIL AND THE DEEP reads like a block-buster film."
Devil and the Deep
by Julie Ann Walker
Reviewed by Annie Tegelan
Posted July 6, 2016

Returning with the second installment in the Deep Six series, Julie Ann Walker thrills and excites with DEVIL AND THE DEEP. Possibly one of the Read more...

"A Lighthearted Historical Romance"
The Earl Next Door
by Charis Michaels
Reviewed by Lee Erin Berryhill
Posted June 30, 2016

Bryson Courtland, Viscount Rainsleigh, wants nothing more than his cruel father to be a distant memory. After rebuilding the reputation of the Rainsleigh name Bryson Read more...

"Cuba, Salsa, Margaritas and Romance"
La Americana
by Melanie Bowden Simon
Reviewed by Pat Pascale
Posted June 30, 2016

LA AMERICANA is a memoir love story of Melanie Bowden Simon and Luis. Two cultures, two languages, from Manhattan to Cuba, we follow their adventure Read more...

"A 1945 Twisting, Turning Spy Story in Washington, D.C."
The Dead Don't Bleed
by David Krugler
Reviewed by Katherine Petersen
Posted June 30, 2016

David Krugler's fiction debut, THE DEAD DON'T BLEED, brilliantly blends a spy mystery into historical context. As a historian familiar with the close Read more...

"What he wants, he gets"
Ultimate Vengeance
by Nancy Haviland
Reviewed by Annetta Sweetko
Posted June 30, 2016

Young and naïve Sacha Urusski is destroyed by the one man she loves and everyone else fears. Having been raised to respect the Bratva Read more...

"Engrossing exploration of mental health and family"
A World Without You
by Beth Revis
Reviewed by Samantha Randolph
Posted June 30, 2016

Bo lives most of his week at Berkshire Academy, a school for youth who are troubled in some way. Bo, however, believes the Read more...

"The Essex mudflats hide more than one secret"
Deep Waters
by Patricia Hall
Reviewed by Clare O'Beara
Posted June 30, 2016

This atmospheric, London based, 1960s crime novel DEEP WATERS will grab your attention at once. The Great Train Robbers have just been tried, and a Read more...

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