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"Liasson writes with humor and heart." --Jill Shalvis

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They’re in a race against time…

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Will a baby surprise bring them together?

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In the beautiful Blue Ridge Mountains lies a small town with a big heart—and a chance to begin again

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Two women across time seek answers about their identities and heritage

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Can they find the courage to face their deepest wounds?


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Never Tell
by Lisa Gardner
"Another page turner in a clever series!"
Posted February 13, 2019

Just when you thought you'd learned just about everything about Flora Danes, Lisa Gardner proves you wrong. Previous books in the D.D. Warren series scratch at the surface but D.D. Warren, through the ingenious writing of Lisa Gardner Read more...

The Best of Us
by Robyn Carr
"Great tale about finding love when you aren't even looking."
Posted January 13, 2019

THE BEST OF US gives us a happy reunion with some of Robyn Carr's absolutely best characters -- and that's saying something since I don't think I've met one yet that I don't love. In Read more...

California Girls
by Susan Mallery
"Tough being honest with yourself."
Posted January 5, 2019

In just a few pages Susan Mallory has you absolutely hooked in CALIFORNIA GIRLS. Be prepared to be very angry sad and happy almost simultaneously. That takes talent and Susan Mallery has it in abundance. The sisters are thrown into turmoil not of their making. Talk about victims. Two watched Read more...

The Rancher's Christmas Promise
by Allison Leigh
"Planning and life doesn't always agree."
Posted January 5, 2019

Allison Leigh pairs up special characters in her Double C Ranch series, and THE RANCHER'S CHRISTMAS PROMISE follows that formula. THE RANCHER'S CHRISTMAS PROMISE is not really a seasonal holiday story. It is about choices we make and as Allison Leigh deftly illustrates these are immensely personal. All Read more...

Billionaire's Bargain
by Maureen Child
"Lovely unique love triangle."
Posted January 5, 2019

The setup is classic and yet with a bit of a twist, pure Maureen Child whose writing I've gotten to know pretty well over the years. Guy has an eye on a girl, girl marries the brother. Should be the end but in BILLIONAIRE BARGAIN it is just the Read more...

A Maverick to (Re)Marry
by Christine Rimmer
"Second chance at love."
Posted January 5, 2019

Ah, the sins of the young. When everything seems possible and leading with your heart seems simple enough. But as experience teaches, that is not a clear vision and certainly not the best way to plan out your life. A MAVERICK TO (RE)MARRY by Christine Rimmer is about choices Read more...

Holiday Wishes
by Jill Shalvis
"Ah things we do as teenagers can come back to haunt us"
Posted January 5, 2019

Just knowing HOLIDAY WISHES is part of the Heartbreaker Bay series is enough to make it part of my must read list. Actually anything by Jill Shalvis winds up on that last. HOLIDAY WISHES is a novella so you know it will be short and sweet, emphasis on Read more...

Hard Rustler
by B.J. Daniels
"It would seem Annabelle inherited more than she expected."
Posted January 5, 2019

Never fails to amaze me how a writer can think of intricate details that add the tiers to their stories. Especially those that start out like a simple sweet romance and page by page turn into a crime novel. BJ Daniels confounds me with her innate talent to turn something Read more...

Rancher's Dream
by B.J. Daniels
"Scary and creepy is just the tip of the iceberg."
Posted January 5, 2019

Imagine facing your wedding day with dread. That's how Deirdre "Drey" is feeling now that the festivities are over and faced moving into Mountain Crest with her new husband Ethan. Arriving at the monstrosity Ethan designed and built in her hometown of Gilt Edge Montana, dread isn't the Read more...

A Tall, Dark Cowboy Christmas
by Maisey Yates
"When life is just about managing there is still hope"
Posted January 5, 2019

Learning to live with the hand you are dealt. Sure there is sometimes the element of choice in decisions that affect your entire life, but for so many, they are not given that option. A TALL DARK COWBOY CHRISTMAS by Maisie Yates is part of the Read more...

Cowboy Brave
by Carolyn Brown
"Can this cowboy prove he's the one she's been looking for?"
Posted January 3, 2019

Here's the thing: I can have a dozen or more books on my tablet but when I get a new one by Carolyn Brown it always jumps to the top of the list. Simply put, Carolyn Brown is one of my go-to authors when I want a feel Read more...

Strawberry Hill
by Catherine Anderson
"Forgiveness is not always in the cards..."
Posted December 20, 2018

STRAWBERRY HILL is the fifth book in Catherine Anderson's Mystic Creek series. As always each story in this lovely series stands alone. Have you ever heard the expression "life isn't fair?" Well for many of the characters in this book that Read more...

Small Town Rumors
by Carolyn Brown
"Another glorious and humorous tale by one of the best!"
Posted December 13, 2018

SMALL TOWN RUMORS by Carolyn Brown is an interesting look at how rumors have affected the life of several generations living in this small town. Surprisingly the citizens are truly reluctant to leave their home town and ultimately wind up returning and what is really very revealing is the uptake Read more...

Stroke of Luck
by B.J. Daniels
"There is definitely something brewing and it's not just the weather."
Posted December 11, 2018

Some people never believe in luck or fate and others construct their lives around the belief there is some driving force, perhaps even divine, that navigates their future path. In STROKE OF LUCK we meet a mix of people trying to figure out if luck or fate decides their lot Read more...

Want Me, Cowboy
by Maisey Yates
"Love is the most elusive part of a relationship"
Posted November 4, 2018

There are quite a few times when Maisie Yates pushes the envelope on getting this couple to the point where theirs is a healthy relationship. Both have issues with belonging, trust and love. In WANT ME COWBOY Maisie Yates devotes her talents to finding a path for these two adults Read more...

Wyoming Legend
by Diana Palmer
"Diana Palmer enters into the world of competitive figure skating with this charming romance!"
Posted October 18, 2018

For fans of Diana Palmer -- which I readily count myself -- WYOMING LEGEND has a few twists on her usual character development. Sure there is the uber alpha male and lovely young woman. Diana Palmer can't help herself with casting her book. But Read more...

Season of Wonder
by RaeAnne Thayne
"A story of second chances and a new place to call home..."
Posted October 18, 2018

When you start reading SEASON OF WONDER, the newest addition to RaeAnne Thayne's Haven Point series, you quickly realize that the holiday season is going to take a back seat to the central Read more...

Mistletoe Miracles
by Jodi Thomas
"Three couples discover what love really is during the holidays..."
Posted October 11, 2018

MISTLETOE MIRACLES isn't your usual holiday or Christmas book. Other than the fact that the book's tales take place around that time of the year you could say that the holiday is just like a character actor that is content to Read more...

Face Off
by Brenda Novak
"Is Dr. Evelyn Talbot ready to finally Face Off with her past?"
Posted October 4, 2018

Brenda Novak writes beautiful stories firmly entrenched in family values. FACE OFF, the latest installment in the Dr. Evelyn Talbot series, is anything but a beautiful romance story. But even with horrific crime stories Read more...

Cowboy Honor
by Carolyn Brown
"Just in time for the holiday season, welcome back to Longhorn Canyon!"
Posted September 20, 2018

Charming moments sneak into character conversations by Carolyn Brown, which is typical of her work, and no different in the latest Longhorn Canyon novel, COWBOY HONOR. Case in point, how to answer an age Read more...

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