June 4th, 2020
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June blooms with love and intrigue

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He's DANGEROUS. She's DETERMINED. Their relationship is COMPLICATED

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They give a whole new meaning to attorney-client privilege.

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Sometimes you have to break a family to fix it.

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When a child god goes missing, can two enemies unite to find her?

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In the land of goblins, humans are a fairy tale…

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Sparks fly between an L.A. career woman and a former Army Ranger in this delightful enemies-to-lovers romance

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How secrets and differences can break—or bind—a family.

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Re: War and Peach (10:51pm February 28, 2017):

I too enjoyed Nancy Drew in my tween and early teens. She taught me: to
be strong. Never under estimate an opponent. Always be curious and ask a
those million and one annoying questions. Follow your gut (if that little voice
is on loop whispering danger or keep digging --do it heed caution); instinct
will save you. Be prepare. Appreciate family and friends. Persistence
generally pays off. Girls-- women are as smart if not more so than their
male counterparts; not even the sky is a limit to where you can soar. And
most important: be yourself; forge your own path, your own destiny and
don't let anyone convince you to be anything less than tou.

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