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A marriage is forever, isn't it?

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"A heart-melting story of forgiveness and second chances. -Booklist

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In 1920s Appalachia, two women investigate murder and fight for their community.

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Hunting for the bad guys has never been so dangerous...

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He broke the Man Code rule

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What mysterious curse binds them?


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Willow Wood
by Sheri Richey
"A glittering small town romance!"
Posted December 13, 2018

Carlton, Ohio is a quiet, peaceful town in the middle of nowhere. What better place to settle down and forget past memories? Nolan Ramsey bought a home and selected a handsome Otter Hound named Scuba to be his companion. As a former reporter in the city of Baltimore, Nolan was Read more...

My Favorite Half-Night Stand
by Christina Lauren
"A modern, sexy romp that will delight!"
Posted November 30, 2018

Heading the top of my favorite authors list is the writing team of Christina Lauren. They never fail to amuse me and make me fall in love with the hero of their books. MY FAVORITE HALF-NIGHT STAND is no exception. Reid Campbell Read more...

The Exes' Revenge
by Jo Jakeman
"Three women seek revenge on one evil man..."
Posted November 29, 2018

There are three women attending the funeral of Philip Rochester that have the same thing in common: revenge... He had hurt them and now it was time to pay. Ruby, the first wife, Immie, the soon to be ex-wife and mother of six- year-old Alastair, and Naomi, the Read more...

A Sparkle of Silver
by Liz Johnson
"A mysterious treasure hunt that charms!"
Posted November 20, 2018

Millie Sullivan was left by her parents when she was four-years-old at Grandmother Joy's home. When they failed to return, she was brought up with lots of love by her grandmother. Now it is her turn to care for her beloved grandmother who is living in an Read more...

The Lighthouse Keeper's Daughter
by Hazel Gaynor
"Sweeping historical tale of two brave heroines..."
Posted November 17, 2018

In 1883, the Longstone Lighthouse on Farne Islands off the Northumberland Coast of England is home to Grace Darling, where she assists her father in caring for the lighthouse. Grace enjoys the solitude and simplicity of her life sharing the quiet and peace with her parents and her younger brother Read more...

Her Name Was Rose
by Claire Allan
"Be careful what you wish for..."
Posted November 1, 2018

HER NAME WAS ROSE is a gripping psychological thriller that I found unable to put down. Emily D'Arcy shares the lift with an attractive blonde and her small child. Reaching the lower level, Emily allows the woman and child to exit first Read more...

The New Neighbors
by Simon Lelic
"A dream home turns into a terrifying nightmare..."
Posted October 25, 2018

Londoners Jack and Syd are saving for a home together. They attend all the open houses and have a list of what they really want and need in a "forever" home. They decide to look at another house, where there is a long line of people waiting to get in Read more...

Secrets of a Wallflower
by Amanda McCabe
"Debutantes in Paris visit the World\'s Fair and find love!"
Posted October 13, 2018

In London at Miss Grantley's School for Young Ladies, three best friends are ready for an exciting adventure. Debutantes Diana Miller, Emily Fortesque, and Lady Alexandra, daughter of a Duke, are going to Paris to the Exposition. It is 1889 and the World's Fair, spread over 237 acres Read more...

The Subway Girls
by Susie Orman Schnall
"Two generations of inspiration in the Big Apple..."
Posted October 11, 2018

THE SUBWAY GIRLS is a bittersweet tale of two courageous women, generations apart, struggling to find their careers in the male-dominated advertising world of New York City. Charlotte in 1949 and Olivia in the present day, they have similar dreams and hopes Read more...

Murder on the Left Bank
by Cara Black
"Aimee Leduc strikes again!"
Posted September 27, 2018

MURDER ON THE LEFT BANK is the newest addition in the series written by Cara Black, featuring the Parisian detective, Aimee Leduc. Leduc is an investigator in Paris, a single mother with a small child, Chloe. Chloe's father, Melac, semi- estranged from Read more...

by Stuart Woods
Posted September 20, 2018

Stone Barrington is a wealthy attorney who loves houses. He also loves women, planes, cars, boats, good food, Knob Creek Bourbon, travel, and adventure. His latest home purchase is in Key West and he is flying there to inspect the changes and additions that he hired local builder, Cal Waters Read more...

The Consultant
by Tj O'Connor
"Nerve gas and terrorists threaten Washington, D.C. in this action-packed thriller!"
Posted August 23, 2018

THE CONSULTANT introduces us to Jonathan Hunter, a CIA "consultant" working at a post in the Middle East. When he receives a plea for help from his brother, Kevin, who he has not heard from in over 18 years, he goes AWOL from Read more...

Come Sundown
by Nora Roberts
"Impossible to put down!"
Posted August 21, 2018

COME SUNDOWN is a compelling book from Nora Roberts that you won't be able to put down. It is two stories... one starting in the past and the other in present time. Alice Bodine is bored living on a ranch in Big Read more...

A Dog's Way Home
by W. Bruce Cameron
Posted August 11, 2018

A DOG'S WAY HOME is a beautifully written story told from a dog's point of view. I loved this book and after I share it with my family, I will place it in a place of honor... BEST BOOK OF THE YEAR. W. Bruce Cameron also goes to Read more...

Everything That Follows
by Meg Little Reilly
Posted August 10, 2018

Kat lives on Martha's Vineyard and has apprenticed to become a glass blower. Orla Mirphy, owner of Island Glass, has taught her and Kat is really good. She loves it and just sold one of her creations. She calls it The Selfie, a large glass sculpture that brought a Read more...

Dead Girls
by Graeme Cameron
Posted August 5, 2018

DEAD GIRLS, written by Graeme Cameron, looked like my kind of psychological thriller. A serial killer, on the loose, brutally attacks Ali Green, a police detective. Left for dead, Ali is found and after two months returns to work. Her mission is to find THAT MAN so he won't Read more...

California Summer
by Anita Hughes
Posted August 4, 2018

Rosie and Ben are college sweethearts who share the same dream. Take Hollywood by storm and make great films together. Right after graduating they head West and begin working on an independent film together. Ben as director, Rosie as producer. They have been together ten years, extremely close and call Read more...

The Body in the Ballroom
by R.J. Koreto
"The Alice Roosevelt Series hits the Big Apple!"
Posted July 24, 2018

THE BODY IN THE BALLROOM is an enjoyable historical mystery. The heroine, a beautiful 18-year-old known for her outrageous behavior, Alice Roosevelt is the daughter of President Theodore "Teddy" Roosevelt. Alice is sent for the season to Old New York to Read more...

The Theory of Happily Ever After
by Kristin Billerbeck
"A fun romp on how to find happiness!"
Posted July 18, 2018

Dr. Margaret a.k.a. Maggie Maguire has a doctorate in the Scientific Study of Happiness. She has a bestseller on the subject too. Then why is she so unhappy? It's been two months since, Jake, her fiance, broke their engagement and called off their wedding. Jake tells her Read more...

Shoot First
by Stuart Woods
"Stone Barrington Is Globe Trotting To Find The Killers"
Posted July 6, 2018

Stone Barrington is at it again. This time he's attending a board meeting in Key West, Florida for Arthur Steel, CEO of the Steel Insurance Group. He has invited his BFF Dino Bacchetti, NYC Police Commissioner and his ex-cop wife, Vivian to join him. His secretary Joan has Read more...

Patricia (Pat) Pascale

It's Spring here at the Lake...new beginnings starting with a new dog. Buddy passed after 17 years and truly broken hearted and the house is too quiet. Took GOOD BOY from a Petcation and think this will be his Forever Home. Don't have his name yet but he is sweet, lovable and we will make each other happy. A chow retriever with gorgeous shadings of brown and beige and he is a charmer!

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