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A theme-park princess. A real-life prince.


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Can two stubborn adults let down their guard long enough to let love in again?


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A modern-day fairy tale of hope and rescue from NYT bestselling author Rachel Hauck


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A journey to the lush vineyards of Tuscany—and into the mysteries of a tragic family secret.


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Can a one-time enemy to protect them?


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When the battle is for love, the one who surrenders wins. But who will lay down arms first? And whose heart will break wide open?


Lorena Keech

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11 comments posted.

Re: Puppy Christmas (3:22pm November 24, 2019):

I really have everything I need but I'm never disappointed by books.

Re: The Goddess Gets Her Guy (3:21pm November 24, 2019):

I am a spring and fall person, love them both,

Re: Virgin River (3:18pm November 24, 2019):

Haven Point series by Raeanne Thynne.

Re: American Duchess (5:54pm April 18, 2019):

I'm looking forward to reading more. I hope that she was able to come to love, or at least admire her husband.

Re: My Forever Home (6:17pm November 30, 2018):

What a great room for an office, although I would probably spend more time daydreaming than writing...

Re: Earl to the Rescue (6:14pm November 30, 2018):

I am intriqued now, can't wait to read on...

Re: The Lacemaker (5:04pm January 15, 2018):

I'm glad you love dressing up if it influences your writing. I recently retired and am so delighted to wear yoga pants and a tee nearly every day. The idea of stays is bone chilling to me!!

Re: Three Days on Mimosa Lane (8:15pm August 18, 2013):

Following a health scare I had, my husband put his life on hold to help me cope. He literally propped me up when I thought I might not get up again.

Re: Beneath the Dover Sky (8:11pm August 18, 2013):

It is such an interesting time in history. People wanted to believe they could return to life as it was before the Great War but they were already racing headlong into another World War.

Re: The Amish Seamstress (8:08pm August 18, 2013):

I have no desire to be Amish, it seems like a very difficult lifestyle. Not just because of the lack of modern conveniences, but because the "rules" of their society don't allow for much individual expression.

Re: The Begonia Bribe (9:30pm May 24, 2013):

It sounds sort of like the hormonal brain I had...I kept coming up with just the right question, after the person I should have asked left the room. And those witty comebacks do absolutely no good at 3 am...

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