May 25th, 2017
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In peaceful Pennsylvania Dutch country, a young mother discovers a shocking danger—and an unexpected ally

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What if you wrote a steamy, sexy novel but couldn't tell anyone?

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While searching for Mr. Right, Sarah found something completely different.

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the independent LA beauty soon finds herself yearning for a fairy-tale ending of her own.

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Her heart belongs to another...

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The Enforcer: Games People Play


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In the Heir
by Ruth Cardello
"Families like flowers need to be carefully tended."
Posted May 23, 2017

Sometimes I just like to try something or someone new. I understand that doesn't mean the author is new -- it's usually that I just never found them in my book searches. Having just finished IN THE HEIR by Ruth Cardello I know that I've been missing out Read more...

Happy Is the Bride
by Janet Dailey, Lori Wilde, Kate Pearce, Cat Johnson
"Behind the scenes of a beautiful wedding."
Posted May 3, 2017

HAPPY IS THE BRIDE has an interesting concept, take a wedding and capture four different unique stories happening concurrently within the scope of the entire event. Kind of like having different cameras zeroing in on different people and activities and producing a video collage of the wedding. That's basically Read more...

Any Day Now
by Robyn Carr
"It takes more than tenacity to move forward"
Posted May 2, 2017

If you loved What We Find and have missed Sully, Maggie and Cal than wait no more. Robyn Carr heard you loud and clear and her answer is ANY DAY NOW. It's wonderful to revisit Sullivan's Crossing and have a reunion of sorts with old friends Read more...

A Small-Town Bride
by Hope Ramsay
"Utterly charming new installment in the Chapel of Love series"
Posted March 29, 2017

In A SMALL TOWN BRIDE, Hope Ramsay deftly pits Amy against her entire Lyndon family, in the most hysterical and yet heartwarming way of course. Otherwise it wouldn't be a Hope Ramsay tale. Watching Amy figuratively duck and poach to avoid having to volley any position with her family Read more...

Home at Last
by Lily Everett
"Be prepared to be swept off your feet."
Posted March 15, 2017

Be prepared to be swept off your feet by the most unlikely person -- Marcus. So tough and yet probably the most endearing character you will ever meet all thanks to Lily Everett in the next book of the Sanctuary Island series -- HOME AT LAST. Hard to say but HOME AT Read more...

Wicked Cowboy Charm
by Carolyn Brown
"Who wouldn't want to be close to this cowboy?"
Posted February 8, 2017

You know when you are reading a Carolyn Brown book. Right from the get go she has you smiling and anticipation is already high for a great enjoyable read. Then she starts the character introductions. Carolyn Brown is not subtle. She lets you in on her plan to weave these Read more...

Right Behind You
by Lisa Gardner
"Could not put this one down"
Posted February 8, 2017

Holy cow -- my head is still reeling after reading this powerful story by Lisa Gardner. Now just for transparency sake I had a feeling I would like Gardner's new book RIGHT BEHIND YOU. However like is just a strong enough assessment. RIGHT BEHIND YOU generates a lot of energy Read more...

Somebody Like You
by Donna Alward
"Some relationships just need time"
Posted February 8, 2017

SOMEBODY LIKE YOU the first book in a new series by Donna Alward takes place in Darling Vermont whose claim to fame -- such as it is -- is the kissing bridge. Darling is a typical small town. Everyone knows everyone and Read more...

Mystic Horseman
by Kathleen Eagle
"Past and modern worlds work together toward common goal."
Posted January 7, 2017

Kathleen Eagle imparts wisdom at random points throughout her books and MYSTIC HORSEMAN is no exception. If I may include a quote one that is probably one of my new favorites. "One guy wants to make another one look bad, all he has to do is break off a piece Read more...

Her Christmas Cowboy
by Katherine Garbera
"Small town girl finally gets chance with her teen crush."
Posted January 5, 2017

Katherine Garbera tackles the tough topic of returning vets in HER CHRISTMAS COWBOY. The vets come home and are treated as heroes, as they should be, but what these brave men and women really need is to be accepted and welcomed back home. In HER CHRISTMAS COWBOY Garbera beautifully illustrates Read more...

Somebody Like You
by Lynnette Austin
"Introduction to a fabulous series set in Maverick Junction"
Posted January 5, 2017

SOMEBODY LIKE YOU is book one in Lynnette Austin's fabulous Maverick Junction series. Simply addicting no matter what order read. Actually that's exactly what I did -- read them totally out of order. That's one of Read more...

Nearest Thing to Heaven
by Lynnette Austin
"Fabulous continuation of an amazing series."
Posted January 5, 2017

NEAREST THING TO HEAVEN is the second book in the Maverick Junction series by Lynnette Austin and is actually on its second go around. And lucky for those of us that missed it we get a second chance. Once again Read more...

Wind River Rancher
by Lindsay McKenna
"Wranglers are definitely a huge asset in re-energizing this ranch."
Posted January 5, 2017

With WIND RIVER RANCHER Lindsay McKenna continues her Wind River series that centers on a ranching community that has concentrated efforts on helping returning Vets. Men and women basically left floundering without any valuable dependable resources. Many who suffer from Read more...

Snowbound at Christmas
by Jennifer Ryan, Lia Riley, Maisey Yates
"Trilogy of wonderful novellas for the season"
Posted January 5, 2017

A trilogy of novellas by three authors who demonstrate their talent for romance with just the right touch of humor. SNOWBOUND AT CHRISTMAS is a really well done addition to this season's booklist. First up is CLOSE TO PERFECT part of the Read more...

No Safe Secret
by Fern Michaels
"A hard hitting but honest look at bullies and abuse."
Posted January 5, 2017

Wow -- are you looking for an amazingly honest look at bullies and abuse? Look no further than NO SAFE SECRET by Fern Michaels. In NO SAFE SECRETS Fern Michaels pulls no punches. This story goes right to your gut and then continues to twist and turn its way as it Read more...

The 24 Days of Christmas
by Linda Lael Miller
"The holiday season teaches us many lessons."
Posted January 5, 2017

Tides turn and at times it is difficult to accept some drastic changes to our status quo. Such is the basis for THE 24 DAYS OF CHRISTMAS, a holiday novella put forth by Linda Lael Miller originally published and now released in digital form. True to any story by Linda Read more...

To Love A Texas Ranger
by Linda Broday
"The big question is: who saves who?"
Posted January 5, 2017

Are you a fan of westerns and western romance? Well then you are in for a treat in the latest story by Linda Broday. TO LOVE A TEXAS RANGER is an interesting story about people who learn by some hard lessons to follow their gut, their inner source of information Read more...

The Holiday Gift and A Cold Creek Noel
by RaeAnne Thayne
"Long awaiting story the best holiday gift."
Posted January 5, 2017

The Cowboys of Cold Creek has been a long running series but I actually came on board with the Christmas Ranch tales. Each one really delightful and THE HOLIDAY GIFT by RaeAnne Thayne was one I was eagerly Read more...

The Tycoon's Secret Child
by Maureen Child
"Corporate skills are better left in the board room"
Posted January 5, 2017

THE TYCOONS SECRET CHILD by Maureen Child is a story about changes. Life changes, whether you want it to or not. Some people are egotistical enough that they think, believe, they can be in charge of changes. Delusional thinking at best. Life is about to change big time for corporate Read more...

Wind River Wrangler
by Lindsay McKenna
"Welcome to a terrific new series."
Posted January 5, 2017

Welcome to Wind River the new series by Lindsay McKenna. I can't think of a better intro than WIND RIVER WRANGLER. Lindsay McKenna loves to mix her paramilitary folk with regular folk. Somehow this amazing Read more...

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