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Sweet Romance + Thrilling Intrigue = February Best Reads

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Night time can be frightening, especially when you’re all alone.


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He wanted revenge but found love instead.


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Some promises are meant to be broken, Some vows are forever…


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Can the course that they’ve set for the future handle a slight detour...?


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The famous bells are ringing a hero’s welcome when a former army captain returns home...


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"A cracker of a read—her best yet!"—B. A. Paris


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Trading favors, battling wills, and winning love


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Bound by love. . .torn apart by secrets.


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Will a blackout change everything for these unlikely lovers?


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35 comments posted.

Re: Love Under Construction (6:00am May 24):

I love this type of story. Hope to read it.

Re: Apparent Power (6:18am May 12):

I liked the post. It is sure an intriguing premise.

Re: Lady Sophie's Christmas Wish (8:31am December 12, 2018):

All those wonderful books are fun but I love the family
dynamics, sharing old memories and making new ones.

Re: Decoy Date (8:28am December 12, 2018):

I am a clutterer. It drives my husband crazy. Love a good
rom-com

Re: You Had Me at Cowboy (7:09am December 4, 2018):

I love cowboy stories. Adding this one to my list.

Re: Earl to the Rescue (9:03pm December 2, 2018):

Great excerpt. Can't wait to read more.

Re: My Forever Home (7:57pm November 27, 2018):

I too liked your sunroom. Would love it. I had some cats
but my daughter took them back when she came home from the
Peace Corps.

Re: Feels Like Falling (6:27am November 19, 2018):

Great post! I do so like a happy ending.

Re: Distant Memory (8:20pm November 15, 2018):

I think this could be a match for me. Thanks

Re: The Silent Wife (6:35am November 14, 2018):

Lies are not good. They always come out. I loved the
post. Great thing to look for in a reader.

Re: Never Let Me Fall (7:47pm November 8, 2018):

Wow, that left us on a cliff hanger.

Re: Christmas Wishes and Mistletoe Kisses (6:24am November 3, 2018):

This sounds like the story I have been looking for

Re: Cowboy Christmas Jubilee (6:21am November 3, 2018):

Christmas is amazing. I love stories featuring Christmas.

Re: Wolf Rising (6:19am November 3, 2018):

Very interesting. I love how characters come to life and
take over.

Re: Just This Once (6:48am October 16, 2018):

This looks like a fun novel to read. thanks

Re: Couldn't Ask for More (6:02am October 12, 2018):

I like the concept of fake engagement. It makes for fun
reading.

Re: Wild On My Mind (2:38pm October 6, 2018):

Everyone deserves a second chance. I love these type of
books.

Re: A Billionaire Wolf for Christmas (7:50am September 30, 2018):

I used to love camping in parks but we were careful to stay safe. Fear is a strange thing.

Re: Mistletoe in Texas (7:43am September 30, 2018):

I think many of us make mistakes and we can identify with them. The book sounds amazing.

Re: More Than a Phoenix (7:28am September 30, 2018):

I could not agree more that they have value and a great deal. Books are like friends and I go to certain ones when I need them. they are all romances.

Re: Rocky Mountain Cowboy Christmas (7:39am September 25, 2018):

Interesting excerpt. I love how you ended it.

Re: Cowboy Charm School (8:19pm September 5, 2018):

I was once told to let something go and the consequences were not good.

Re: Hunted (6:33am June 21, 2018):

What a wonderful journey, Congratulations!

Re: Mister Tender's Girl (2:16pm March 7, 2018):

Wow, intriguing questions about writing what you know.
Thanks for the chance.

Re: Beneath the Surface (7:28am March 7, 2018):

I am not fond of cake as I am gluten free (not by choice).
The mixes make too much cake but I am thinking I may try
this one for my family.

Re: An Anchor on Her Heart (8:02pm August 31, 2017):

Autism is so difficult. Your book sounds amazing.

Re: Muffin to Fear (8:02pm August 31, 2017):

I like chocolate chip

Re: Wrong Side of the Paw (8:01pm August 31, 2017):

I have seen small children and a deer that someone was
taking home.

Re: Elliott Redeemed (8:00pm August 31, 2017):

I have not read too many but would love to. I enjoy the
Allman Brothers.

Re: Freedom's Ring (10:40am August 20, 2017):

Time slip is a new term for me but I have read and really
enjoyed books before that would be time slip. Thanks for
the great post.

Re: Just The Thing (5:42am July 15, 2017):

There needs to be some conflict but not too much that it
takes away from the story.

Re: A New Leash on Love (5:41am July 15, 2017):

I do rescue them. My cats are rescue and I knew someone
else would want a kitten and rescued the kitten for them.

Re: Scandalous Ever After (5:39am July 15, 2017):

I have many secrets and cannot reveal them here.

Re: The Witch and the Dead (1:53pm October 15, 2016):

I would love to visit and learn in a mystical village.
What fun!

Re: Putting on the Witch (1:52pm October 15, 2016):

I like greeting the kids when they come to trick or treat.

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