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Sometimes the smallest secret creates the biggest ripple of trouble.

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When she holds the key to the one case he couldn’t solve, he must choose justice or love.

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A meeting of minds…But a most unsuitable match!

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He has nothing and everything to lose…

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His former lover has returned with an explosive secret.

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"Loathe at First Sight is Love at First Chapter."
Loathe at First Sight
by Suzanne Park
Reviewed by Ashley Gosse
Posted August 8, 2020

LOATHE AT FIRST SIGHT is categorized as a romantic comedy and is the debut work of Ms Park. The main character is Melody Joo Read more...

"The challenge is to realize you deserve love"
Lone Wolf Cowboy
by Maisey Yates
Reviewed by Sandra Wurman
Posted August 8, 2020

Vanessa and Jacob have more in common then they realize. Both are fighting demons. Vanessa lost many years to drink and drugs. Sobriety was Read more...

"Life is a jagged edge just waiting to smooth out"
The Bad Boy of Redemption Ranch
by Maisey Yates
Reviewed by Sandra Wurman
Posted August 8, 2020

Impressions are a funny thing. We all do that – act on first impressions and then for some reason are surprised when they don Read more...

"THE NIGHT SWIM unfolds in great lapping waves, much like the waves on that fateful beach near Morris"
The Night Swim
by Megan Goldin
Reviewed by Karen Siddall
Posted August 8, 2020

Rachel Krall has the number one true-crime podcast in the country with plans for a ground-breaking new season. Rachel will be covering Read more...

"Under the spreading chestnut tree, the village smithy stood"
His Runaway Lady
by Joanna Johnson
Reviewed by Clare O'Beara
Posted August 8, 2020

This historical romance of class barriers starts with a young lady running away from her country home. Always resented by her spiteful mother, she Read more...

"A hard-working family see their success coveted in 1807"
Once In A Blood Moon
by Dorothea Hubble Bonneau
Reviewed by Clare O'Beara
Posted August 8, 2020

Life was cruel back then, and for some people the history could hurt, so when reading this fiction remember it is partly based on Read more...

"The cutest of creatures and the most vicious of crimes"
The Panda of Death
by Betty Webb
Reviewed by Clare O'Beara
Posted August 8, 2020

I enjoy cosy mysteries and the lively red panda on the cover caught my attention. Turns out there’s a series about the Read more...

"Enjoyable and fast paced romantic suspense"
Acceptable Risk
by Lynette Eason
Reviewed by Debbie Wiley
Posted August 8, 2020

A hostage situation in Afghanistan sends Gavin Black in to rescue Sarah Denning, a woman he’s never forgotten after she dated and Read more...

"A Brutal Crime and a Tortured Heroine Raise the Stakes in this Engaging Suspense Debut"
Little Falls
by Elizabeth Lewes
Reviewed by Sandra Martin
Posted August 7, 2020

LITTLE FALLS has a sense of urgency and a frenetic pace which will pull readers in from the beginning.  A brutal crime occurs Read more...

"Can these two friends become something more?"
Waiting on a Cowboy
by Jennifer Ryan
Reviewed by Sandra Wurman
Posted August 6, 2020

WAITING ON A COWBOY is the first book in the McGrath series by Read more...

"A Thought-Provoking Journey Around the World"
Eighty Days to Elsewhere
by K.C. Dyer
Reviewed by Alison Ellis
Posted August 6, 2020

Romona Keene has lived in New York City her entire life and has had no desire to leave the city she loves. Sure, she Read more...

"She finds a way to free him and bring him home."
The Jackal
by J.R. Ward
Reviewed by Annetta Sweetko
Posted August 6, 2020

Nyx had always believed her sister Janelle had been wrongly accused and sent to the glymera Read more...

"An emotional, heartfelt, and fun contemporary romance. . ."
Here to Stay
by Adriana Herrera
Reviewed by Danielle Dresser
Posted August 6, 2020

Julia del Mar Ortiz lives in Dallas and has her dream job working for the charitable foundation of a successful department store. A tried Read more...

"A haunting and tense story with intriguing characters"
Little Falls
by Elizabeth Lewes
Reviewed by Evie Harris
Posted August 6, 2020

Little Falls, population of 72. One might think that with such a small population there might not be much going on. Such thinking would Read more...

"A Book To Die For"
Booked for Death
by Victoria Gilbert
Reviewed by Alison Ellis
Posted August 6, 2020

Widow Charlotte Reed is starting over in Beaufort, North Carolina. She has inherited her Great-Aunt Isabella’s bed and breakfast, Chapters, which Read more...

"Your next favorite romantic comedy!"
by Marina Adair
Reviewed by Alison Ellis
Posted August 6, 2020

Annie has a problem. A few problems actually. Annie was born in Vietnam and adopted by white parents from the United States. She has Read more...

"Urban fantasy at its finest!"
Peace Talks
by Jim Butcher
Reviewed by Debbie Wiley
Posted August 6, 2020

Various supernatural entities are gathering in Chicago in an attempt to broker a peace deal. The White Council is assisting with security, and Harry Read more...

"This Appalachian heartbreaker will move you..."
What Momma Left Behind
by Cindy K. Sproles
Reviewed by Patricia Pascale
Posted August 6, 2020

The flue epidemic of 1877  is killing parents and leaving children orphans in the Appalacian Mountain Community of Sourwood Mountain. The dead are Read more...

"Utterly enthralling"
The Daughters of Foxcote Manor
by Eve Chase
Reviewed by Carol Pennington
Posted August 6, 2020

THE DAUGHTERS OF FOXCOTE MANOR by Eve Chase is set in several locations in England Read more...

"A wild ride and a scrumptious mix of murder and ren faire merriment!"
The Falcon Always Wings Twice
by Donna Andrews
Reviewed by Miranda Owen
Posted August 6, 2020

THE FALCON ALWAYS WINGS TWICE is the twenty-seventh book in the &ldquo Read more...

"A determined and pragmatic sleuth with a diverse group of friends to battle societal evils!"
Murder in the East End
by Jennifer Ashley
Reviewed by Miranda Owen
Posted August 5, 2020

MURDER IN THE EAST END is the fourth book in Jennifer Ashley&rsquo Read more...

"Snarls and snark turn to sexy clinches in this entertaining romance!"
The Wedding Date Disaster
by Avery Flynn
Reviewed by Miranda Owen
Posted August 4, 2020

THE WEDDING DATE DISASTER is the fourth book in Avery Flynn’s Read more...

"Utterly gripping, an intricately woven mystery"
The Vacation
by T.M. Logan
Reviewed by Daniel Jimenez
Posted August 3, 2020

The Vacation is the newest domestic thriller by T.M Logan, dealing with infidelity against the backdrop Read more...

"Conning the Con Man"
by Sandra Brown
Reviewed by Bonnie Rose
Posted August 3, 2020

For FBI special agent, Drex Easton, it’s personal.  A suspected serial killer / con man, who has operated for decades, began his Read more...

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