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Cowboys who thrill outside the arena as much as in.


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Spy school for young ladies in Jane Austen’s world.


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He’d give his life for her, but his heart was never part of the bargain


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Can happily ever after exist somewhere between virtue and valor?


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With his K-9 partner at his side, can he survive false accusations and a bomber?


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Two people inexplicably drawn to each other even though they have almost nothing in common.


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Rogues & Remarkable Women


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"A tempting friends-to-lovers romance. . ."
Insatiable Hunger
by Yahrah St. John
Reviewed by Danielle Dresser
Posted June 25, 2020

Ryan Hathaway has always harbored a deep crush on his lifelong friend, Jessie Acosta. Growing up together and attending the same elite prep school Read more...



"James Patterson At His Best"
The Summer House
by James Patterson, Brendan Dubois
Reviewed by Alison Ellis
Posted June 25, 2020

The Summer House was once the place to go for rest and relaxation in rural Georgia but it has now turned into a ramshackle Read more...



"A close-knit family seeking closure in today's world"
The Flying Cutterbucks
by Kathleen M. Rodgers
Reviewed by Sharon Salituro
Posted June 25, 2020

The Cutterbucks were a military familyRead more...



"Be inspired by horses every day"
The Elements of Horse Spirit
by Debra Deangelo
Reviewed by Clare O'Beara
Posted June 25, 2020

Subtitled The Magical Bond Between Humans and Horses, this charming, practical and inspiring study of equine and human relationships gets off to a great Read more...



"Another hit by Susan Wiggs"
The Lost and Found Bookshop
by Susan Wiggs
Reviewed by Sandra Wurman
Posted June 25, 2020

Life literally thrown into a tailspin, not of her own making, for a woman who prized control and details . . . Natalie’s entire life Read more...



"Can the legends be true?"
Devolution
by Max Brooks
Reviewed by Gabrielle Lee
Posted June 25, 2020

This review refers to the audiobook version of Devolution. 

What would you do if you found out that one Read more...



"Niagara Falls, A Funambulist, and finding your place"
My Heart Belongs in Niagara Falls, New York: Adele's Journey
by Amanda Barratt
Reviewed by Kim Roller
Posted June 25, 2020

I was a little disappointed in this book. Before reading it I figured that it would be located in Niagara Falls, New York but Read more...



"With new murders and new characters, Harrison gives the series a new kick!"
American Demon
by Kim Harrison
Reviewed by Annie Tegelan
Posted June 25, 2020

Kim Harrison delights fans by returning to her most prolific series, The Hollows. Read more...



"A journey of discovery for three women and the family they become. . ."
One Perfect Summer
by Brenda Novak
Reviewed by Sandra Wurman
Posted June 25, 2020

 

Fans of Brenda Novak are going to be a little surprised by her latest story Read more...



"Overcoming cultural prejudices in mining camps of Utah"
My Heart Belongs in Castle Gate, Utah: Leanna's Choice
by Angie Dicken
Reviewed by Kim Roller
Posted June 25, 2020

Angie Dicken writes with conviction about life in a western mining town in the mountains of Utah in the early 20th century. She makes Read more...



"The Mystery of Su Lan"
Little Gods
by Meng Jin
Reviewed by Svetlana Libenson
Posted June 25, 2020

On the 4th of June, 1989, as Tiananmen Square Massacres were winding down, a pregnant woman enters the hospital with her husband. As she Read more...



"An interesting visit to an alternative world"
A Longer Fall
by Charlaine Harris
Reviewed by Gabrielle Lee
Posted June 25, 2020

This book gives readers a new Lizbeth Rose adventure. In A LONGER FALL, we see Read more...



"Enjoyable and Engaging"
It Started with a Secret
by Jill Mansell
Reviewed by Robin Reynolds
Posted June 25, 2020

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"When Old Gives Birth to new..."
The Library of Legends
by Janie Chang
Reviewed by Svetlana Libenson
Posted June 25, 2020

In 1937, Hu Lian is a proud Minghua University student in the city of Nanking. Secretive, poor, and studious, Hu Lian is a dedicated Read more...



"Witty and Authentic, Head Over Heels is not the standard rom-com"
Head Over Heels
by Hannah Orenstein
Reviewed by Ashley Gosse
Posted June 24, 2020

The main character, Avery Abrams, is devastated after a break with her long time pro football boyfriend. Hurt and confused, she returned to her Read more...



"Everyone has secrets...."
This Is How I Lied
by Heather Gudenkauf
Reviewed by Debbie Wiley
Posted June 23, 2020

The 1995 murder of Eve Knox has haunted the town of Grotto, Iowa, but now in 2020 new evidence has been found. Eve was Read more...



"Hope springs eternal in the latest Gold Valley story"
The Hero of Hope Springs
by Maisey Yates
Reviewed by Sandra Wurman
Posted June 23, 2020

"Hope springs eternal" was the first thought that popped into my mind. What if you think your life has been hopeless? After escaping from Read more...



"More Corvids from the brother's viewpoint"
The Call of Corvids
by J.C. McKenzie
Reviewed by Annetta Sweetko
Posted June 23, 2020

Bjorn "Bear" Crawford has managed to do one or two things that might be considered poor choices, okay, more than Read more...



"There is so much horror beyond the shadows…"
The Shadows
by Alex North
Reviewed by Teresa Cross
Posted June 23, 2020

Alex North is known for his last thriller that was full of suspense. However, his latest has it topped in my book! THE SHADOWS Read more...



"Two lady adventurers tackle another mystery in a 1921 Kentish village"
Murder Cuts the Mustard
by Jessica Ellicott
Reviewed by Clare O'Beara
Posted June 23, 2020

Welcome once again to 1921 and the village of Walmsley Parva, deepest Kent, where in the once-wealthy house The Beeches, American adventurer Beryl Read more...



"Murder among the snobby, entitled and secretive London Society"
Penny for Your Secrets
by Anna Lee Huber
Reviewed by Clare O'Beara
Posted June 23, 2020

Verity Kent is one of a long list of historical lady sleuths who introduce us to time periods and social circles during the course Read more...



"Fake Duke is restored to the bosom of his real family (and gets the girl)"
Daring and the Duke
by Sarah MacLean
Reviewed by Make Kay
Posted June 23, 2020

The last of The Bareknuckle Bastards trilogy, Sarah Maclean’s DARING AND THE DUKE, closes the circle of the last of the three Read more...



"Can barbarians torn apart by war reunite in love to fulfill their destiny?"
A Touch of Stone and Snow
by Milla Vane
Reviewed by Make Kay
Posted June 23, 2020

A TOUCH OF STONE AND SNOW is the exciting second book in the series A Gathering of Dragons by Milla Vane, alternate Read more...



"Love will see them through it all!"
Flame
by Donna Grant
Reviewed by Annetta Sweetko
Posted June 23, 2020

Cain, the most conflicted of the Dragon Kings, held a long distrust of humans and Fae but something about the Read more...




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