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SNOWBOUND AT CHRISTMAS

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Holidays and great reads in December

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Itís for her protection that he keeps the secret, but inside heís dying to tell her.


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He'll challenge the ultimate evil--for the woman he loves.


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A second chance...to steal her heart.


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The Marquis of Wythebury is expecting an ordinary Christmasóuntil he meets the mischievous Miss Prim


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A crippling fear of the future is rooted in the past.


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Their beautiful love and marriage will be tested to the limits through twists and turns before the dramatic final outcome readers will love.


Reviews

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The Lullaby Sky
by Carolyn Brown
"Probably one of Carolyn Brown's most important stories to share"
Posted November 28, 2016

Just when I think I've learned everything about Carolyn Brown and her writing talent she up and surprises me with this magnificent new story THE LULLABY SKY. It's a truly remarkable insight into an age old problem that transcends age, race, religion and status. We're talking about Read more...


Sunrise Crossing
by Jodi Thomas
"A real crowd pleaser"
Posted November 28, 2016

Jodi Thomas packed quite a lot of action in this fourth book of the Ransom Canyon series. It's actually four tales expertly woven together. No small feat but then again it's what you've come to expect from Jodi Thomas. SUNRISE CROSSING just may be the best of Read more...


Family Tree
by Susan Wiggs
"A feast and celebration of life's tough choices"
Posted November 28, 2016

The story in FAMILY TREE is unexpected and with every turn of a page Susan Wiggs draws you further into the drama surrounding some of her best characters to date -- and that's saying something. The air of expectation starts right at the beginning of FAMILY TREE. It was a Read more...


Sting
by Sandra Brown
"Danger waits around every corner."
Posted November 28, 2016

Not sure how it's possible, but Sandra Brown certainly out did herself with this crazy twisted crime novel of epic proportions. Not even the best arm chair detectives among her long list of fans will ferret out the ending even armed with a litany of clues. The ending is Read more...


A Wedding for Christmas
by Lori Wilde
"Challenge is to sort through a messy past for a happy holiday"
Posted November 9, 2016

Once again I am compelled to point out that you should never judge a book by its cover -- or in the case of A WEDDING FOR CHRISTMAS its title. Knowing that it is written by Lori Wilde should trigger the adage -- knowledge is power -- and A WEDDING FOR CHRISTMAS is Read more...


A Christmas Bride
by Hope Ramsay
"Planning weddings is such a challenge."
Posted November 9, 2016

Christmas is such a strange season. Most look forward to it as a wondrous time of the year -- perfect setup for family, friends, spirituality and gifts. You know the season of good tidings and snow. Some have a difficult time with Christmas. David Lyndon is one. To David Christmas marks Read more...


Merry Cowboy Christmas
by Carolyn Brown
"The best cowboy series just got even better."
Posted November 9, 2016

There is so much dimension in any Carolyn Brown book. You should never be fooled by the seeming simplicity of the concept or storyline. Carolyn Brown writes about everyday things that happen to all of us and she does it with panache, class, empathy and humor. In MERRY COWBOY CHRISTMAS Read more...


Honor Bound
by B.J. Daniels
"Intriguing end to a crazy series."
Posted October 27, 2016

Finally, the strangest, most intriguing series brings us the anticipated conclusion to what has become a legendary saga about a Montana family and their connection to a violent group of revolutionaries. HONOR BOUND by B.J. Daniels neatly ties up all the loose ends while directing us to what hopefully Read more...


The Trouble with Mistletoe
by Jill Shalvis
"Petunia is the matchmaker in this delightful tale."
Posted October 18, 2016

The heart is like a lock. There is only one key -- a special key that can fully open it. Open it to possibilities that seemed beyond your ken. This newest Jill Shalvis book is a total joy to read. Heart candy one would say, THE TROUBLE WITH MISTLETOE is about Read more...


Defender
by Diana Palmer
"Home can sometimes feel like a prison."
Posted October 14, 2016

Fans of Diana Palmer recognize an ongoing often used theme -- perhaps on purpose -- or could be coincidental -- but none the less there it is. Older man attracted to young usually inexperienced almost naÔve younger woman. We're not talking about an old codger and a teenager here. That would Read more...


Her Renegade Rancher
by Jennifer Ryan
"With great wealth comes great responsibility and danger."
Posted September 27, 2016

Inheriting a windfall sounds like a dream come true -- financial security -- chance to meet personal goals -- and help others. But HER RENEGADE RANCHER puts a twist on this lucky infusion of wealth. Greed and avarice abound in this latest Montana Men series by Jennifer Ryan. And I can't think Read more...


A Fairytale Bride
by Hope Ramsay
"An adorable introduction to the Chapel of Love series."
Posted September 26, 2016

A FAIRYTALE BRIDE is the prelude to what is sure to be a delightful collection of stories with bride's front and center. A FAIRYTALE BRIDE is billed as a short story and what Hope Ramsay created as an introduction to her new series Chapel of Love. The story never Read more...


Saving Jake
by Sharon Sala
"Some war wounds are hidden."
Posted September 26, 2016

In SAVING JAKE Sharon Sala takes us back to Blessings Georgia a place where people seem to come to heal. Blessings has a rich and somewhat eccentric population of characters some long timers and others that just seemed to end up there. One of the loveliest things you will notice Read more...


Anywhere You Are
by Elisabeth Barrett
"Too busy for love?"
Posted September 26, 2016

Have you discovered Elisabeth Barrett yet? Well what are you waiting for? Barrett caught my eye several years ago with a short story that captured my heart and has resonated all this time. The title ANYWHERE YOU ARE has many significant meanings in Elisabeth Barrett's latest book in the Read more...


Every Bride Has Her Day
by Lynnette Austin
"Love and flowers are blooming in Misty Bottoms."
Posted September 22, 2016

EVERY BRIDE HAS HER DAY is the second story in Lynnette Austin's Magnolia Brides series and it's simply fabulous. This richly delicious tale centers on a fabulous group of young men and women who have a Read more...


A Cowboy Christmas Miracle
by Carolyn Brown
"Fantastic heartwarming end to a sassy series."
Posted September 6, 2016

I'm sure I've said it before but it bears repeating -- Carolyn Brown is the absolute master of western romantic humor. Her books ooze it and by the end of any story there is a huge smile on your face. Guaranteed. Carolyn Brown always references country songs and has Read more...


Fire Brand
by Diana Palmer
"Securing your legacy isn't always easy"
Posted September 4, 2016

Just when I think I've read all of Diana Palmer I come across an unfamiliar title. FIRE BRAND was originally published in 1989 when Palmer was writing as Susan Kyle. But the style is vintage Diana Palmer. I always alert my followers when there is a reissue. FIRE BRAND Read more...


The Baby Inheritance
by Maureen Child
"The harder they fight - the harder they fall."
Posted August 23, 2016

Reed Hudson was fairly certain he didn't love anyone and had never fallen in love. He was too controlled and firmly convinced himself he was too smart to ever fall into that trap. His career was centered on working with couples that had fallen into that love and marriage Read more...


Discovering You
by Brenda Novak
"Insightful look at starting anew in spite of immense challenges."
Posted August 21, 2016

DISCOVERING YOU is the latest book based on the lives and escapades of the Amos brothers. Brenda Novak has fashioned some really interesting hunks that have had to learn to survive all on their own. Their mother committed suicide leaving a distraught husband who turned to the bottle instead of Read more...


One Pink Rose
by Julie Garwood
"Welcome back to the old west."
Posted August 21, 2016

ONE PINK ROSE was originally released in 1998 in a fabulous book entitled The Clayborne Brides. That's when Julie Garwood continued the Clayborne saga that she introduced in For The Roses and it's been a long standing love affair ever since. As I was reading ONE PINK ROSE Read more...


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