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Two determined souls plumb the dark depths of the past in order to forge a brighter future--together.

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"He could see her face. And she couldnt breathe"

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Can a chance meeting open a grieving heart to love?

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When the going gets tough, the tough get their hands dirty.

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Channeling Indiana Jones, author Kat Martin pairs a woman in search of her family's truth with a hard-hitting professional treasure hunter!

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"Just to show that summer love can be really complicated"
Summer Love
by Nancy Thayer
Reviewed by Sandra Wurman
Posted June 18, 2022

Summer love is a rather vague description for a phenomenon that happens all too often. Perhaps just a one-time experience, or sort of Read more...

"Intriguing battle of wits."
That Cowboy of Mine
by Donna Grant
Reviewed by Sandra Wurman
Posted June 17, 2022

Greed is a dangerous driver of events. Events that put people and property in harm’s way. It’s tough being the Read more...

"HOOK, LINE, AND SINKER will definitely hook you right in!"
Hook, Line, and Sinker
by Tessa Bailey
Reviewed by Annie Tegelan
Posted June 17, 2022

Tessa Bailey returns with another installment in the Bellinger Sisters series. This book features Fox Read more...

"A definite recommend it to any foodie Cozy Mystery lovers out there!"
Evil Under the Tuscan Sun
by Stephanie Cole
Reviewed by Annie Tegelan
Posted June 17, 2022

Stephanie Cole is back with another installment in her Tuscan cooking school mystery series. In Read more...

"Bringing comfort and joy to those in need - a herd of mini horses"
Mini Horse, Mighty Hope
by Debbie Garcia-Bengochea
Reviewed by Clare O'Beara
Posted June 17, 2022

Debbie and Jorge Garcia-Bengochea are our guides to their non-profit business, Gentle Carousel Miniature Therapy Horses.  We follow them from early Read more...

"From rustlers and Rangers to elderly cowpokes, these Western stories have it all"
Law of the Land
by Elmer Kelton
Reviewed by Clare O'Beara
Posted June 17, 2022

Subtitled Stories of the Old West, this handsome collection selects works by the late Elmer Kelton Read more...

"" The true story of Messalina of the Punjab...""
The Last Queen
by Chitra Banerjee Divakaruni
Reviewed by Svetlana Libenson
Posted June 17, 2022

In 1826, nine-year-old Jind Kaur, daughter of a dog trainer, is too familiar with poverty ruling her circumstances while living in the Read more...

""Is trust possible when LIES surround you?""
What Happened to the Bennetts
by Lisa Scottoline
Reviewed by Svetlana Libenson
Posted June 17, 2022

In one word, the Bennet family is ideal - with a wonderful and supportive father, a dedicated mother who is devoted to her husband and Read more...

"A Non-Stop Thrilling Treasure Hunting Trip Filled With Intrigue & Romance"
The Last Mile
by Kat Martin
Reviewed by Sandra Martin
Posted June 17, 2022

Filled with high-stakes action and thrills, THE LAST MILE will take you on a whirlwind treasure Read more...

"The dark side of British racing life"
Dead Lucky
by Glenis Wilson
Reviewed by Clare O'Beara
Posted June 14, 2022

Harry Radcliffe is a British champion jockey, with steeplechasing rides to choose from and glamour on the racecourse. However, at this point in Read more...

"China and curiosity in this Scottish romance tale"
A Scottish Highland Surprise
by Julie Shackman
Reviewed by Clare O'Beara
Posted June 14, 2022

Castle Marrion in the Scottish town of Briar Glen is a tourism and hospitality venue. Sophie Harkness works here, managing weddings and other major Read more...

"A vacation from a city literary agency ignites romance"
Book Lovers
by Emily Henry
Reviewed by Clare O'Beara
Posted June 14, 2022

Nora Stephens loves books so much, she joined a New York firm as a literary agent.  She’s hard at work when Read more...

"Romance in Cairo leads to wartime tensions"
In This Foreign Land
by Suzie Hull
Reviewed by Clare O'Beara
Posted June 14, 2022

Isobel Harris sails out with her sister Cecily and friend Alice Dunwoody to Cairo. British officers are stationed here, such as Alice&rsquo Read more...

"Love After Death? It's complicated"
Piper's Purgatory
by Maureen A. Miller
Reviewed by S. Lyn Collins
Posted June 14, 2022

Maureen A. Miller's newest romantic thriller, PIPER'S PURGATORY, introduces us to the main character as she wakes up on her front stoop Read more...

"Get ready for an immortal with no fangs, a non-mortal with wings, and the monster out to get them."
Immortal Rising
by Lynsay Sands
Reviewed by Rosie Bindra
Posted June 14, 2022

It was bad enough that Stephanie McGill was turned into a blood drinking immortal against her will as a teenager by a no-fanger Read more...

"Catch up with the gossip and drama of wartime work"
Christmas Hope for the Steel Girls
by Michelle Rawlins
Reviewed by Clare O'Beara
Posted June 14, 2022

The second in the ‘Steel Girls’ series returns to the Vickers Steel Works, a major war manufactory in Sheffield, in Read more...

"masterfully crafted who-dun-it woven around family dynamics"
A Relative Murder
by Jude Deveraux
Reviewed by Sandra Wurman
Posted June 13, 2022

Just mention Jude Deveraux and I’m in. Read and review. Anything and everything by Jude Read more...

"The Hacienda is a mesmerizing tale of secrets and the supernatural."
The Hacienda
by Isabel Cañas
Reviewed by Karen Siddall
Posted June 13, 2022

To escape her life as an impoverished relation, living on the sufferance of her mother’s extended family, Beatriz marries a handsome supporter Read more...

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