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3rd in nationally bestselling Cookbook Nook Mystery series.

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Is the billionaire a victim or a master of murder?

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Sometimes trust is the toughest lesson to learn.

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A young woman’s quiet life is upended when she meets the man of her forbidden dreams in a startling new novel

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No more Mr. Nice Guy

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Following in the footsteps of her tiger-taming grandmother, a woman flees her abusive husband to join the circus

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"Patricia Briggs Once Again Brings Mercy Thompson's World to Life in This Packed 10 Story Anthology."
Shifting Shadows
by Patricia Briggs
Reviewed by Rosie Bindra
Posted September 2, 2014

SHIFTING SHADOWS, Patricia Briggs anthology set in the world of Mercy Thompson, is about as fantastic as you'd expect anything to be that comes Read more...

"A cautionary tale of college life"
by Erin McCarthy
Reviewed by Clare O'Beara
Posted September 2, 2014

Latest in the New Adult series by the author of True and Believe, SHATTER sees Erin McCarthy return to the college dorm room and troubled Read more...

"Absolutely riveting... a powerful and visceral Australian police thriller you will not want to miss!"
Hell To Pay
by Garry Disher
Reviewed by Audrey Lawrence
Posted September 2, 2014

Just three weeks into his new posting as the lone policeman in Tiverton, a dusty and remote farming community, three hours north of Adelaide in Read more...

"A Sweet Small Town more ways than one..."
The Cottage on the Corner
by Shirlee McCoy
Reviewed by Dot Dittman
Posted September 2, 2014

THE COTTAGE ON THE CORNER is the first book that I have read by Shirlee McCoy. I understand that this is the second book in Read more...

"Romantic story filled with passion, humor and suspense"
Enticing Miss Eugenie Villaret
by Ella Quinn
Reviewed by Susan Gorman
Posted September 1, 2014

Set in the West Indies, ENTICING MISS EUGENIE VILLARET is a romantic story filled with passion, humor and suspense. Will, Lord Wivenly and his friend Read more...

"Engaging read..............."
The Baron Next Door
by Erin Knightley
Reviewed by Susan Gorman
Posted September 1, 2014

Erin Knightly has set the stage for a breathtaking story of self discovery and healing in her newest novel THE BARON NEXT DOOR. Hugh Danby Read more...

"A sexy ex-SEAL and a protective single mom make use of his "sex menu"."
What I love About You
by Rachel Gibson
Reviewed by Kay Quintin
Posted September 1, 2014

Blake Junger settles in Truly, Idaho, choosing a property on the edge of wilderness for the solitude. Retired from SEAL Team Six as one of Read more...

"Lots of fun, super sexy, and unique shifters!"
Wanted: Wild Thing
by Jessica Sims
Reviewed by Miranda Owen
Posted September 1, 2014

WANTED: WILD THING is Book four in the Midnight Liaisons series by Jessica Sims. I think readers who are new to the series Read more...

"The scandal of the season - and a lesson in love"
Once Upon A Duke
by Eva Devon
Reviewed by Clare O'Beara
Posted September 1, 2014

In this erotic period romance novel Kate Darrell is a young widow, and well off, but she's never been to London. Rusticating in the Read more...

"Urban fantasy for young adults who like conspiracy theories"
The Sixteen
by Ali B.
Reviewed by Clare O'Beara
Posted September 1, 2014

THE SIXTEEN is book two of The Soul Jumpers series. I hadn't read the first one, but that's certainly a fascinating Read more...

"Hot and Sexy read"
Slave Girls
by D.L. King
Reviewed by Gabrielle Lee
Posted September 1, 2014

This book is something else and I mean that in a good way. SLAVE GIRLS EROTIC STORIES OF SUBMISSION is a great collection of stories Read more...

"This feisty pint-sized spitfires teaches this 12th century warrior a lesson."
The Highlander Next Door
by Janet Chapman
Reviewed by Kay Quintin
Posted September 1, 2014

Birch Callahan has new on the job providing a safe haven for the abused women and children of Spellbound Falls, Maine. Birch is a devoted Read more...

"A treat in store as a lady oil engineer outcompetes the men"
The Texan's Twins
by Pamela Britton
Reviewed by Clare O'Beara
Posted September 1, 2014

Jet Baron, who's a good-hearted guy, tends to spend more time at the rodeo than in the office. Well, his family's awash Read more...

"It's election time and what a better way to narrow the opponents than to murder?"
Not The Killing Type
by Linda Barrett
Reviewed by Teresa Cross
Posted September 1, 2014

Lorna Barrett's cozy mystery, NOT THE KILLING TYPE was a delight to read. Even if you pick this one up before reading the prior Read more...

"A Magnificent Conclusion to the Wallflower Series"
What a Wallflower Wants
by Maya Rodale
Reviewed by Monique Daoust
Posted September 1, 2014

They say the most important part of a book is the first sentence. And WALLFLOWER GONE WILD begins with what could be the best first Read more...

"Survival in the court of Henry VIII -- the story of wife number six."
Queen\'s Gambit
by Elizabeth Fremantle
Reviewed by Auriette Lindsey
Posted September 1, 2014

If you enjoy English history, you've probably heard the poetic phrase about King Henry VIII's wives -- "Divorced, beheaded, died, divorced, beheaded, survived." QUEEN Read more...

"A queen, a warrior, a woman -- the making of Eleanor of Aquitaine."
The Summer Queen
by Elizabeth Chadwick
Reviewed by Auriette Lindsey
Posted September 1, 2014

Before I read this novel, I knew next to nothing about Eleanor of Aquitaine -- just that she was a famous and powerful queen a long Read more...

"Seventeen years after their divorce the fire still burns for this woman and her cowboy.."
Long, Hot Texas Summer
by Carolyn Brown
Reviewed by Kay Quintin
Posted September 1, 2014

After seventeen years Loretta Bailey is spending her vacation at the Lonesome Canyon Ranch in the Texas Panhandle solely to convince her daughter Nona to Read more...

"Female astronomist finds a heavenly connection"
Talk Sweetly to Me
by Courtney Milan
Reviewed by Make Kay
Posted September 1, 2014

TALK SWEETLY TO ME is a novella, the latest in the Brothers Sinister series by Courtney Milan. It features Mr. Stephen Shaughnessy, who Read more...

"keeping emotions in check is harder than it looks"
Until We Touch
by Susan Mallery
Reviewed by Sandra Wurman
Posted September 1, 2014

UNTIL WE TOUCH is Book fifteen in the Fools Gold series that just keeps getting better and better. My love affair with Fools Read more...

"A Great Love Deserves a Second Chance"
Not Quite A Wife
by Mary Jo Putney
Reviewed by Bonnie Rose
Posted September 1, 2014

As our story opens, Laurel and her husband James, Lord Kirkland, have been separated for ten years. They were wildly in love, married while young Read more...

"While you can read as a stand alone...The Dark Hunters deserve to be read"
Son of No One
by Sherrilyn Kenyon
Reviewed by Shellie Surles
Posted September 1, 2014

Cadegan was betrayed and sent to an immortal hell a thousand years ago. Josette who is known to have the worst luck in the world Read more...

"The Gods are returning to seek judgment"
Divine Judgment
by JoAnna Grace
Reviewed by Shellie Surles
Posted September 1, 2014

Ryse is devastated by the death of both his father and the love of his life Avery, his Devine Grace. He sets the fire to Read more...

"TEASE offers a sultry blend of emotion and eroticism."
by Sophie Jordan
Reviewed by Annie Tegelan
Posted September 1, 2014

In the second book in The Ivy Chronicles, Sophie Jordan continues Emerson's story with TEASE. Emerson is a bonafide control freak, almost Read more...

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