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THE DELANEYS OF SANDPIPER BEACH: A family business with room to grow.

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So many frogs. So few princes.

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Eloisa loves a Cinderella twist in her stories, and three short stories with this theme are digitally publishing in one volume!

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Marie Bostwick weaves together the unforgettable story of four very different women whose paths cross, changing their lives forever…

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When someone attempts to assassinate a Saudi Prince on U.S. soil, FBI Agent Kord Davidson and CIA Operative Monica Alden head up a task force to keep the Prince safe and find those responsible to avoid an international incident that could have devastating consequences.

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Working late has its rewards


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Look for Me
by Lisa Gardner
"Inside look into the world of foster care."
Posted February 10, 2018

"Have you met my good friend Maria -- the craziest girl on the block, you know her the minute you see her -- she's the one who's in an advanced stage of shock" excerpted from West Side Story I Feel Pretty -- for those that don't recognize these lyrics. I Read more...

Snowbound with an Heiress
by Jennifer Faye
"Perfect setting for a romantic tale."
Posted January 29, 2018

The greatest enemy to a public figure seems to be the media. We all know stories about the invasive techniques of the paparazzi. What they will do to get that photo, well the tales are legendary and at times tragic. News writers, journalists are perhaps just as guilty in their Read more...

Rough Rider
by B.J. Daniels
"Is it possible that the last missing twin is still alive?"
Posted January 29, 2018

ROUGH RIDER is the third and final entry that takes place in Whitehorse Montana with an intriguing cast of characters compliments of B.J. Daniels. Daniels obviously had a great deal of fun with this series. ROUGH RIDER brings a Read more...

Maybe This Christmas
by Jennifer Snow
"Tough trying to score a win off the ice."
Posted January 29, 2018

Sometimes an event that knocks you on your butt, off your feet or in this case ice skates, can turn into an enlightening time. A time to take stock of your life and perhaps offer an uninvited, unexpected look into your future. I like to call this your new normal Read more...

The Rancher's Christmas Song
by RaeAnne Thayne
"Looking forward to the future."
Posted January 29, 2018

Holiday stories are always a welcome addition to even a very busy life. Perhaps it's because they provide a welcome pause in a hectic schedule, but I think it's due to their very nature of good spirit and family. It doesn't really matter what holiday you celebrate Read more...

Deck the Halls
by Donna Alward
"Christmas in Darling VT simply joyous."
Posted January 29, 2018

Aw, Christmas in Darling VT, visions of sugar plums, fairies, decorated homes and of course the kissing bridge. One mention of that and all sorts of memories assault your brain and great ones of past books featuring characters that conquer up smiles. So its holiday time in DECK THE HALLS Read more...

My Origami Ocean Kit
by Pasquale D'Auria
"Fun boxed origami kit for kids."
Posted January 29, 2018

Fabulous kit of origami projects with an ocean theme. MY ORIGAMI OCEAN KIT by Pasquale D'Auria is a boxed kit that includes a sturdy book that outlines in detailed drawings how to take any one of the sixty squares of origami paper sheets and with some really simple folds Read more...

Sisters Like Us
by Susan Mallery
"Not to be missed story that is sure to be a hit."
Posted January 29, 2018

Respect and love, two most important components in any relationship. Parts of SISTERS LIKE US are equally funny and yet poignantly sad. The Bloom sisters and their mother along with several other relatives and friends set a new standard for dysfunction. There is no physical abuse; no, the Bloom women Read more...

Christmas with My Cowboy
by Diana Palmer, Margaret Way, Lindsay McKenna
"Three delightful tales for the holiday season."
Posted January 28, 2018

CHRISTMAS WITH MY COWBOY is actually three stories contributed by different authors. The first story is THE SNOWMAN by Diana Palmer, and in this holiday tale, there are two matchmakers hard at work. Two beautiful furry creatures that seem to have fallen in love with each others' person and as Read more...

About That Kiss
by Jill Shalvis
"WOW. (like the kiss!)"
Posted January 28, 2018

Here's the thing about anything, and I do mean anything, written by Jill Shalvis. You can be assured that the entertainment quotient is off the charts. I must admit that I am an ardent fan and grab anything with Jill Shalvis on the cover. And I happily, smilingly, laughingly Read more...

Lilac Lane
by Sherryl Woods
"Place your bets on love"
Posted January 28, 2018

So nice to return to Chesapeake Shores and the amazing O'Brien's and their crazy family. Yes I think I'm allowed to describe them in such an intimate fashion. You see I've not missed one Read more...

The Americana Series
by Janet Dailey
"Good way to rewind with several stories"
Posted January 28, 2018

This is a reissue of a series of stories written by Janet Dailey. Each story takes place in a different state of the United States supposedly influenced by travels across America. In AMERICANA SERIES VOLUME 1 Janet Dailey features three stories: Alabama first published in 1977, Alaska first published in Read more...

A Christmas Affair
by Jodi Thomas
"Beautiful novella continues the Ramsom Canyon romance series."
Posted December 16, 2017

Maria Davis is a true romantic, her choice of reading material is romance novels, so when Jodi Thomas decided to make Maria the star in A CHRISTMAS AFFAIR, it was no real surprise. There is no obstacle too large or impossible that can come between two people that find themselves Read more...

Modern Bohemian Crochet
by Beth Nielsen
"Modern slant on fashion projects."
Posted December 16, 2017

MODERN BOHEMIAN CROCHET by Beth Nielsen is 128 pages of beautifully photographed projects. In fact there are 21 projects complete with graphing and written instructions. The items run the gamut from accessories to clothing items. What is most intriguing about MODERN BOHEMIAN CROCHET is the inclusion of items that use Read more...

Indigo Lake
by Jodi Thomas
"Generations old feud put to the test, will love triumph?"
Posted December 4, 2017

Simply so fabulous that it was nearly impossible to put down. Jodi Thomas meshes two stories in one book. INDIGO LAKE focuses on a relationship that has no likely way to be successful based on a history between two families. Jodi Thomas chooses not to minimize the importance of a Read more...

Secrets of the Tulip Sisters
by Susan Mallery
"Amazing cast of characters bring this story to life."
Posted December 4, 2017

WOW, quite a case for nature versus nurture. Guilt and self- condemnation for something done many years before, it seems everyone involved is trying hard to live down the repercussions of their actions. But truly, these decisions weren't necessarily make with contempt or avarice. In the end, the result Read more...

Wyoming Winter
by Diana Palmer
"Great combination of drama, crime and romance set in a small town."
Posted December 4, 2017

Do you believe in second sight? You know those legends or myths that some folk are born with very special talents, gifts some might say. Those that have them often question that description. Is it a gift to have visions or feelings that foretell of events that you have no Read more...

Comeback Cowboy
by Sara Richardson
"A new chapter opens for the Cortez brothers"
Posted December 4, 2017

Three amazing men trying to live down their youthful reputations. We first met the Cortez brothers in HOMETOWN COWBOY and Sara Richardson did an awesome job of setting the stage and whetting our appetite for more. So now we are Read more...

The Heart of a Texas Cowboy
by Linda Broday
"Men of Legends series continues with a big bang."
Posted December 4, 2017

Houston was twelve and Becky was ten and even at that age, he knew she was the one. But at their highly anticipated wedding things unraveled swiftly -- with a single gunshot. That's just the opening salvo in the latest and greatest addition to a wondrous series by Linda Broday Read more...

Cowboy's Legacy
by B.J. Daniels
"An exercise in avoiding a troubled ex."
Posted December 4, 2017

COWBOYS LEGACY is Flint and Maggie's story which is part three of the Cahill Ranch series. COWBOYS LEGACY is actually the first book I've read in this new series by B.J. Daniels and needless to Read more...

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