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Great Beach Read

Once Upon a Prince by Rachel Hauck is a great beach read – light fare that you can put down for a minute while you take a dip in the ocean, then pick up again and enjoy for another hour.  … Continue reading

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New Thriller from Lis Wiehl and April Henry

A Matter of Trust is the first novel in the Mia Quinn series by Lis Wiehl and April Henry, the dynamic writing team that brought us the Triple Threat series. Mia Quinn works for the King County prosecutor’s office.  She … Continue reading

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Smitten – A Great Place to Live

Secretly Smitten is the second book set in Smitten, Vermont by Colleen Coble, Kristin Billerbeck, Diann Hunt, and Denise Hunter.  Each author writes a section centering on a specific member of the Thomas family; sisters Tess, Zoe, Clare, and their … Continue reading

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Great Book for a Winter Day

There’s nothing I like more on a cold winter day than to curl up with a cup of hot tea and a good book.  And Come to the Table by Neta Jackson is a wonderful book to curl up with. … Continue reading

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Westerville Whiskey Wars Brought to Life

History comes alive in Lovelier than Daylight by Rosslyn Elliott.  The story is set in Westerville, Ohio during the Whiskey Wars of 1875-1879.  Susanna Hanby is searching for her nieces and nephews.  Her sister Rachel has disappeared after giving the … Continue reading

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Redemption and Forgiveness at Christmas in Victorian Scotland

Liz Curtis Higgs presents a wonderful Christmas story of forgiveness and redemption in A Wreath of Snow, framed in a setting of Victorian Scotland.  Our heroine, Meg Campbell, is taking a train from Stirling to Edinburgh, fleeing the city of … Continue reading

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Gripping Story of Emotional Healing

Prayers of a Stranger by Davis Bunn is subtitled A Christmas Journey.  While the story does take place in December, its message of healing makes it appropriate for any time of the year. Amanda Vance is the personal assistant to … Continue reading

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Thoughtful Novel about Discerning God’s Plan for Your Life

In A Path Toward Love, Cara Lynn James has written a thoughtful novel about forgiveness and discerning God’s plan for your life. Katherine Wainwright Osborne has always been one to flaunt society’s conventions.  In 1905, New York society daughters did … Continue reading

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Another Terrific Novel from Denise Hunter

The Trouble with Cowboys is another terrific novel in Denise Hunter’s Big Sky Romance series.  Annie Wilkerson is a horse trainer and part-time columnist.  But her paper has decided that a horse column no longer appeals to the readers, and … Continue reading

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Lis Wiehl Keeps You on the Edge of Your Seat

Darkness Rising is the middle book in Lis Wiehl and Pete Nelson’s East Salem trilogy.  Dani Harris is a forensic psychiatrist who serves as a consultant for the district attorney’s office in East Salem, NY.  Tommy Gunderson, her boyfriend and … Continue reading

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