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Investigating a conspiracy really wasn't on Nikki's very long to-do list.

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Escape to the Scottish Highlands in this enemies to lovers romance!

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It�s not the heat�it�s the pixie dust.

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They have a perfect partnership�
But an attempt on her life changes everything.

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Jealousy, Love, and Murder: The Ancient Games Turn Deadly

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Secret Identity, Small Town Romance
Available 4.15.24


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Still See You Everywhere
by Lisa Gardner
"Frankie Elkin is back and in rare form."
Posted April 7, 2024

Hang onto your seats. The action never stops. Each scene morphs into another possible variable of this case. Each character has a very defined role. Formidable dialog. Starring Frankie Elkin, the people finder who gives Nowhere as her home address. Lisa Gardner created Frankie and we’d been Read more...

An Unfinished Murder
by Jude Deveraux
"Quirky, strangely addictive mystery"
Posted March 31, 2024

Well they’re back. Yes the threesome Sara, Kate, and Jack. And of course there is the requisite murder to solve. Old murder, new case and Sara Medlar and her group are on it. Gruesome discovery unveiled by accident, one would say, but not true in this case Read more...

Sisters in Paradise
by Carolyn Brown
"Fun and laughs aglore in this romantic comedy"
Posted March 30, 2024

Cusses like a taxi driver. Romantic soul. Loves animals. Talks country music. When mixed together, all segments form another lovely tale by Carolyn Brown. In SISTERS IN PARADISE, Carolyn Brown creates another cast of fabulous characters. Rich with personality and goodness to their very souls. Sounds a lot like Read more...

Tourist Season
by Brenda Novak
"Well done story with some obvious conflicts and some not so obvious."
Posted March 29, 2024

Even after a three-year relationship, there are times when doubts start popping up. And in TOURIST SEASON Brenda Novak starts right off exposing some of the doubts that Ismay Chalmers has regarding her engagement to longtime boyfriend Remy. Some things just don’t add up and there Read more...

The Summer We Started Over
by Nancy Thayer
"Sometimes you have to recreate yourself - step by step/"
Posted March 29, 2024

Eddie Grant just may be the biggest enabler ever. Her relationship with her employer, an author, is at a junction where her own life and desires will be in jeopardy. Maybe it was meant to be comical, but actually, it is rather frightening. Eddie’s family, her father Read more...

Wilde for You
by Jennifer Ryan
"Terrific series continues on with aplomb."
Posted March 22, 2024

Looking for a heartwarming, smile-evoking tale, look no further than WILDE FOR YOU the newest in the Dive Bar series from definitely one of my favorite authors Read more...

Me Without You
by Kelly Rimmer
"Delving into what life has in store."
Posted March 8, 2024

Here’s the thing about Kelly Rimmer, she hits hard right from the get-go and kind of challenges you to hang on for the adventure of your life. A rather complex version of a simplistic scenario. ME WITHOUT YOU centers around Callum and Lilah.

The Messy Life of Jane Tanner
by Brenda Novak
"great fun from beginning to end"
Posted February 16, 2024

Jane's life is going to become even messier than she could imagine. She is already running her own vintage items shop in Coyote Canyon, taking care of her grandfather who is now slowly but surely challenged by dementia and her closest friends are moving along with their own Read more...

Counting on a Cowboy
by Sara Richardson
"Trust and support is key to any relationship"
Posted February 16, 2024

It’s hard to get over certain personal life events, especially about trust. COUNTING ON A COWBOY is a story about learning how to trust again, and be open to the possibility of love. When you’ve fought a valiant battle to start over perhaps it just Read more...

Simply the Best
by Susan Elizabeth Phillips
"The title gives you a hint on just how wonderful this story is"
Posted February 11, 2024

I am a lifelong SEPPIE. There are tons of us to be sure. You honestly just have to utter that she has a new book coming and we are there with our literary tongues hanging out. And SIMPLY THE BEST takes place in one Read more...

The Summer Book Club
by Susan Mallery
"Glorious story about taking chances."
Posted February 9, 2024

Okay, I admit it, I am totally smitten with this author. And once starting THE SUMMER BOOK CLUB realize that Susan Mallery and I share a great love of older books. The two main characters Lauren and Paris are part of a town book club. But for the summer Read more...

The Women
by Kristin Hannah
"An amazing story told with reverence to those that experienced this time."
Posted February 2, 2024

Ah, the wonderful, innocent world of the early 1960s. I remember it so well. But then it strikes home: how wonderful it was actually? When we talk about the 1960s, we reminisce about the Beatles, JFK, and rock and roll. But this was a very turbulent time. We all Read more...

by Sharon Sala
"Fast paced crime novel"
Posted February 1, 2024

Books and stories by Sharon Sala have certain components in common, angst, joy, and love. Deep within her storyline, there are always moments that will bring a smile to your face. HEARTBEAT is no exception. Basically, books by Sharon Sala are meant to savor Read more...

Finally Found My Cowboy
by A.J. Pine
"Romance comedy with lots of human touches."
Posted February 1, 2024

FINALLY FOUND MY COWBOY is a lovely story that just happens to be part of a series, The Murphys of Meadow Valley. I mention this to say I loved FINALLY FOUND MY COWBOY and had missed the first book of Read more...

The Something Borrowed Sisters
by Shirley Jump
"Loved this latest installment of the Harbor Cover series"
Posted January 29, 2024

Life sometimes needs a reboot and some introspection. It just gets so darn complicated. And if one doesn’t step back and trim away some of the chaos it can bury you. When you start THE SOMETHING BORROWED SISTERS by Shirley Jump it Read more...

The Friendship Club
by Robyn Carr
"Awesome and inspiring work of literary art"
Posted January 28, 2024

The first thing to mention is that THE FRIENDSHIP CLUB is certainly not a fluff piece. Not that there is anything even remotely wrong with fluff, love, and humor. Robyn Carr manages to add just the right amount of all three while tackling a much more challenging subject. Abuse Read more...

The Bookbinder's Guide to Love
by Katherine Garbera
"everyone could use a bit of magic in their lives"
Posted January 28, 2024

Sera, Liberty, and Poppy. Three great characters who are also like the three musketeers. There for each other, no questions asked. Each is utterly unique though. Liberty reads tarot cards. Poppy being British I suppose is the tea expert. Sera knows books. Sera is the central character in THE Read more...

One in a Million
by Janet Dailey
"Book one in the Rivalries seres."
Posted January 23, 2024

Once again we have a novel written by a committee of folks dedicated to continuing the legacy of thoughts and plots by Janet Dailey. Her husband and daughter spearhead this committee. In ONE IN A MILLION, we are looking at a group of possible suspects in a crime drama Read more...

The Bright Spot
by Jill Shalvis
"Wonderful tale of finding yourself"
Posted January 16, 2024

Just reading the very start of this story by the inimitable Jill Shalvis, is guaranteed to put you in a wondrous mood. THE BRIGHT SPOT is still another addition to my already overflowing collection of books by this delightful author Read more...

Rancher's Snowed-In Reunion & Claiming the Rancher's Heir
by Maisey Yates
"Lovely heartwarming tale about second chances"
Posted January 2, 2024

RANCHER’S SNOWED IN CHRISTMAS made me think that Maisey Yates has a deep-seated desire to be a songwriter, specifically of a country ballad. So much of the dialogue between her characters' throughout this festive novel would make Read more...

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Re: Heartache Falls (11:34am April 28, 2011):

Okay I'm hooked - definitely have three more books to add to my must read list. Dogs love us unconditionally - you can't really say that about anyone or anything else. My Maxwell will always have a special place in our hearts along with our Coco and Shani. Now we have a rescue grand doggie Annie who loves her little girl sooo much.

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