Nancy Carty Lepri

Nancy Carty Lepri was born and raised in Massachusetts. Working as an editorial assistant for a food-industry newsletter publisher, she earned an AA degree in Visual Art from Cape Cod Community College and a BA in Liberal Studies with a concentration in writing from Western New England College. In addition, she was a freelance reporter for several local newspapers.

Ms. Lepri and her husband Art moved to Wilmington, NC, in 1995. Her publishing credits include the Wilmington magazine as well as two national and international food-industry trade magazines.

Receiving Editor Certification through Cape Fear Community College in 2006, Ms.Lepri has taught online writing and drawing courses, illustrated children’s books, started four mainstream novels, and had her children’s chapter book, Tiny Angel, published through Guardian Angel Publishing in November 2009.

Relocating to the Raleigh area in 2007, Ms. Lepri freelanced as senior editor for a national publisher, wrote press releases for more than twenty novels, and was copy editor and reviewer for Affaire de Coeur magazine. She currently edits and critiques manuscripts, reviews for ReaderToReader.com and NY Journal of Books, and is completing her sequel to Tiny Angel.

Books by Nancy Carty Lepri

Book Reviews by Nancy Carty Lepri

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Hannah Monroe, a thirty-something British woman, is excited.

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Leah Stevens is worried about her friend Paige, for she determines her boyfriend Aaron, is evil.

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Stephanie, the author of a Mommy blog, writes to connect with other women to help her overcome her loneliness and recover from the death of her husband Davis, and half brother, Chris from a car wre

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The Bloom girls lost their father when their parents divorced, yet when they learn of his passing from an aneurysm, it's like losing him again.

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Everyone has skeletons in their closets and deals with problems at one time or another.

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Many suffer in silence from mental illness. Since there are usually no outward appearances of the illness, most believe nothing is wrong.

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Joy Enright is a high-school senior in Chilton, New York State.

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Casey Carter is in love and about to wed wealthy Hunter Raleigh III. They attend a gala for Hunter's foundation when Casey becomes violently ill.

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The quiet upstate New York town of Promise Falls is having big troubles. Most of the residents are becoming sick, causing a disastrous situation.

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Julia Padden, a salesclerk in the men's department at Seattle's Macy's, is upbeat and vivacious.

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What is the definition of the “perfect life”?

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"A very profound and intense tale, Marrow offers enlightening with food for thought for everyone."

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Jack Angel is a highly successful and charismatic attorney whose forte is dealing with domestic violence lawsuits. Grace Harrington is a buyer for Harrods who needs to travel frequently.

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Most everyone has done something in their past that they regret and want to forget. Edie has had somewhat of a roller-coaster life.

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Veterinarian Maggie is not herself after being attacked near her Chicago home nine months ago.

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Sarah Hurlihy and boyfriend John Anderson purchase Sarah's childhood home with a massive renovation in store. Billy, Sarah's dad, will get his personal space, which he calls his man cavern.

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Cate Saunders is despondent, but more than that, she is angry. Her husband John, sent to Iraq after joining the National Guard, dies in action, and the government will not offer any details.

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On April 10, 2009, at a fair promising 1000 jobs held in a dying metropolis, hundreds of people desperately in need of work line up in the cold outside the city center when a crazed man, later term

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One does not have to share blood to be a sister, for sometimes an emotional bond is greater than a biological one. Such is the case with Robin and Cecilia.

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“a finely-crafted thriller.”

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Detective Elizabeth Black is proud of being a cop and follows the law to a T.

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Anna, married to Ned, a charismatic workaholic who is never home, gets pregnant and Ned demands she abort it, but she refuses.

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Gunnar Bishop assumes guardianship of his five-year-old niece RubyLyn after her parents die. Now, in 1969, RubyLyn ("Roo") is 15 and works in her uncle's tobacco field in Nameless, Kentucky.

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“Once again, Mary Higgins Clark validates her title as ‘Queen of Suspense.’" 

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Have you ever wondered what it be like to be on the run? Tanya Dubois is now finding this out.

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Many girls grow up dreaming of marriage and a family and most times their dreams come true.

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At age 10, Casey Cox discovers her father's lifeless body hanging in their house. The consensus is he committed suicide, but Casey insists her father had no reason to kill himself.

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Bad boy Colin Hancock, currently living in Wilmington, NC, is attending college to attain his teaching certificate. Also, he works as a bartender and faithfully goes to the gym.

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insightful and uplifting . . .”

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Karon's newest novel in her Mitford series, Come Rain or Come Shine highlights the upcoming nuptials of Dooley Kavanagh to Lace Harper.

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Here is the scenario: one gal, two guys. Which one will she choose?

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Debbie Macomber graces us with yet another Cedar Cove tale with Silver Linings, the fourth in the Rose Harbor series.

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Every woman likes to think her life is perfect; she has the most wonderful husband, obedient children, and cleanest house. This is what Rachel Carver believes.

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Hallie Hartley is finally able to start a life of her own. She has completed her training as a physical therapist and plans to pay off the debt on her family home and begin living.

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Small towns are known for their residents being privy to everyone's business, and this is especially true in this novel set in Nantucket.

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"Finders keepers" is a common idiom many use when they unearth something of value, not knowing its rightful owner. Such is the case with young Peter Saubers.

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When feeling down and in need of a change, what could be better than to get away and lease a coastal cottage in Maine in August?

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Once again we are invited to the quaint, fictitious seacoast town of Marshbury, Massachusetts, and into the lives of the Irish close-knit Hurilhy family.

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Washington, DC, Prosecutor Anna Curtis's life is in chaos. She cancels her upcoming marriage to Jack Bailey, the man she loves.

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“a heartwarming tale . . .”

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Darlene Hardison once led a happy life. She married Nat, the man she loved since college and they owned Mount Hope Grocery, a local general store in tiny segregated town of Orvis, Louisiana.

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It is not unusual for adoptees to wonder about the biological parent(s) who gave them up.

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“Filled with authentic factual information, The Devil You Know contains its own fictional spin to produce a totally riveting novel.”

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Funny and heartwarming, Fetch You Later reflects Cook’s ability to inject comedy into everyday circumstances, supplying a remarkable and compelling read.”

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It's July 12, 2014, and Dr. Kay Scarpetta's birthday. Her FBI profiler husband, Benton Wesley, is surprising her with a relaxing vacation in Miami.

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Sean Magee is running away from his mistakes, from bad times, and from the ones who love him. Sean always tried to please others, so when he believes he lets them down, he runs.

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Embracing the full gamut of teenage emotion and vernacular, Hero Complex is a mystery filled with suspense and intrigue to devour with relish.”

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“Engaging and true to life, Butternut Summer offers a story not limited just to a beach read.”

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“Written in the first person, sharing intimate details and emotions, Cancel the Wedding draws the reader into the sequence of events as though this is our own story.

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The Other Side is one woman's recounting of a traumatic incident filled with raw emotion and horror.

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“A compelling read, Elizabeth Is Missing offers added depth of mystery and suspense along with aptly portraying a family trying to cope with illness.”

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Dorothea Benton Frank tells it like it is. She brings out the complexity in every character.

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“The closeness of this large Irish Catholic Massachusetts family highlights all the laughter—along with the frustration—that goes with loving, close family bonds.

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Still Life with Bread Crumbs digs deep into the female psyche . . .”

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"My patient is dying . . . And it's all my fault." An attention-grabbing opener to a suspenseful medical thriller.

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“. . . digs deep into emotions getting to the heart of family dynamics.”

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“Mystery and terror, the paranormal and romance—all combine to make Innocence a challenging and emotional experience.”

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“. . . a quick and fun novella, sure to satisfy . . .”

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"Out of the Woods is a heartfelt memoir..."

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“Along with mystery and suspense, this novel conveys profound familial love.”

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In these difficult economic times it’s often hard to find suitable employment, so imagine 50-something Kristen Stevens’ anxiety after losing her administrative position at a prominent California un

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“. . . not your typical young adult beach read.”

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In Somewhere Between Luck and Trust, Emilie Richards brings together two different women with somewhat similar tribulations, who, through understanding and respect use their bitter histori

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Dorothea Benton Frank’s The Last Original Wife presents her appreciation of the “baby boomer” generation by handling with empathy, humor, and absolute finesse the sensitive situations and

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Many women have issues with their weight and can relate to Holly Brennan’s situation.

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“With grace and dignity Sweet Salt Air reveals the fragility of human nature while intimating at the healing powers of forgiveness.”

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“No One Could Have Guessed the Weather proves largely disappointing.”

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What happens upon reaching the end of the proverbial rope, feeling dejected and hopeless? Can anyone or anything help bring back the confidence? Point to the right path?

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“. . . an absorbing and humorous look at lives lived during a particular era.”

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“. . . a suspenseful, psychologically complex drama of teenage angst and sexuality.”

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“Spiraling subplots with highly emotional scenes reveal unexpected twist and turns, making this novel one that will stay with the reader long after turning the last page.”

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“Moon Over Edisto is enchanting.”

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The year is 1830 and Mary and her three sisters, Violet, Beatrice, and Hope live on a large farm with their diffident mother, crippled grandfather, and critical, abusive father.

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“A thoroughly moving experience . . .”

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“. . . a poignant tale of a search for answers and the determination of a loving son to know a parent . . .”

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“Wise Men is a powerful tale dealing with familial dysfunction and racial differences, touching the heart of raw human emotion with insight and depth.”

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“Well written and uplifting . . .”

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“. . . [a] heart-wrenching tale . . .”

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“. . . both the author and the illustrator share their wisdom and empathy.”

Picture books are not just for children.

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“. . . a testament to a brave and courageous woman who will not give up.”

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“The Inn at Rose Harbor proves once again why Ms. Macomber’s books are so popular.”

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“. . . an intense and compelling tale.”

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“An engaging read with well-developed characters . . .”

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“Emotional and thought provoking, this story confirms there is life after death for Believers.”

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“Breaking Beautiful is a well-written, fast-paced debut novel capturing teenage emotions while dealing with the delicate subject of abuse.”

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“. . . hits the mark . . .”

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“Ms. Barbieri’s writerly sense of whimsy and retrospection implies that anyone can work through adversity to happiness—if only the volition is present.”

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Inside touches on the complicated interdependency of divergent personalities, creating an authentic and empathetic read.”

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“The subject of same-sex marriages is tastefully handled in a manner preteens can understand and relate to.”

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“Three friends share their fears and secrets making More Like Her an intense contemporary novel of kinship—and learning the grass is not always greener on the other side of the fen

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“Anna Quindlen’s memoir Lots of Candles, Plenty of Cake is yet another example of the high quality of her writing and her effervescent personality—yet another literary reason for h

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“The Girl in the Park by Mariah Fredericks demonstrates one should not judge a book by its cover and that friendships—even broken ones—can still run deep and true.”

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“The Buddy Files: The Case of the School Ghost is filled with suspense, mystery, and fun for the young reader. Mr.

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“Lone Wolf is an emotionally impactful story dealing with familial differences, love, redemption, and forgiveness.

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“This tender, coming of age debut novel is seasoned throughout with similes and metaphors, adding spice to the characters and the description of this scenic yet secluded setting.

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“Mr. Westover evokes pure creativity in this fantasy story of young adults working together for a perilous cause no matter the hazards they face.

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“The story, as told in Fern’s voice grabs, at the heart with its unfathomable anguish.

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“The plot of The Girl Who Could Silence the Wind is highly plausible, with down-to-earth characters and situations highlighting how a young woman learns to find her place and happi

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“Redwood Bend is the latest edition to the Virgin River Series and has Ms.

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“Written in the first person, The Dead of Winter introduces us to Michael by explaining his need to pen the eerie happenings around him.

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“What the Dog Said takes a sad topic and turns it into a humorous and heartwarming story.

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“Fracture is a powerful, gripping tale of friendship and the sanctity of life.

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“Each author tells the tale of a separate character, each in her own unique voice, somehow seamlessly meshing the four together and thus allowing the story to flow and blossom.

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“Down the Darkest Road" is a masterful tale, offering up a strong narrative sprinkled with similes and metaphors; captivating, eccentric, feisty characters; and an abundance of sheer, wick

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“The Dog That Talked to God is a moving and powerful read, inspirational long after the last page has been turned.”

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In this third book in Ms. Warren Smith’s series, we are once again privy to the antics and concerns of nine-year-old Katie Jordan.

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Nine-year-old Katie Jordan is distressed. It seems everyone in her fourth grade class is going somewhere during spring break.

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“Turkey Monster Thanksgiving portrays the angst of a young motherless girl and how she deals with her feelings of not having a ‘normal’ family.

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“Written in kid-speak, this story is sure to amuse and delight the picture book group.”

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“It is evident that Mr. Jordan is knowledgeable about the workings of the FBI, private investigators, and the police.

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The Christmas Wedding introduces us to Gaby Summerhill, a lifelong resident of Stockbridge Massachusetts.

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“Richard Paul Evans is a masterful writer who gets to the heart of friendship, family relationships, betrayal, and acceptance, making Lost December a heartfelt tale that is sure to

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“. . . a delightful love story with just enough intrigue and complexity to make it exciting and different . . .”

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“Reminiscent of John Saul’s creepy, brainy novels, The Night Strangers is a psychological thriller overflowing with horror and suspense.

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“A gripping medical drama with diverse characters, a riveting plot, and additional subplots highlight Dr. Mabry’s extensive medical knowledge.”

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“The Baker’s Wife brings together unlikely characters . . . each with her own agenda and differences, to suggest that all things are possible with faith.

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Laila Riley is in love with Matthew O’Brien, a younger man and a purported womanizer.

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“Slated for film, Hick is a gripping, gut-wrenching story depicting the harsh realities of the life of a young, defenseless runaway.

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The MacDougal clan is gathering to celebrate Christmas at the family home in the Blue Ridge Mountains of Virginia.

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“1225 Christmas Tree Lane reveals Ms. Macomber’s penchant for small town charm and happy-ever-after endings.”

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“Though there are flawed technical aspects of The Touch, the suspense and intrigue of this medical drama brings opposites together, showing that differences can blend in unexpected

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“A touching and heartwarming holiday story, Bring Me Home for Christmas focuses on the joys and heartaches of first love.”

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“Though fast-paced to the point of flowing somewhat erratically, the moral of the story does focus on the fact that we do live in a free country where we should be allowed to read what we w

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“Filled much humor as well as a bit of angst, this down-to-earth story is sure to please.”

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“Escape is yet another powerful, emotional tug of war from the talented Ms. Delinsky.”

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“Cabin is a journey into one man’s heart and soul as he rediscovers himself, his worth, and his family.”

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“Ms. Woods does get her point across: More often than not, the heart does indeed rule the head.”

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Imagine feeling blessed with a wonderful life and having all your dreams come true. Then imagine your life torn apart in a heartbeat.

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“A profound read, The Probability of Miracles depicts the harsh realities of life coupled with the pain of maturing, giving the reader much to ponder.”

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“Author Cook hits the mark by addressing the single mother’s angst, fears, and worries regarding her child as well as herself.

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“This spine-chilling thriller is fast paced and intense.

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“Filled with whimsy and humor as well as grief and integral parts of history, Folly Beach offers up the sights, scents, tastes and textures of the locale in such a fully tangible m

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Paige Elizabeth Darling loves her grandmother and especially loves to visit her.

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“Definitely not a beach read, this tale gets to the guts of family angst with its gritty, straightforward prose, showing there is no such thing as the ‘perfect family.’”

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Little Mouserella is sad. She misses Grandmouse, her grandmother, who has returned to her own home.

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“The blending of three or more generations and the secrets they harbor keeps this story moving briskly, culminating in a satisfying ending that makes us believe that despite heartache and angst, th

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Did you ever wonder what is worse: To possess houses, cars and everything money can buy only to lose it all? Or to watch your husband die then become estranged from your only child?

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Middle-aged Sandy Sullivan works as a home stager in the suburbs of Boston. But Sandy is frustrated. She desperately wants to sell the huge home she and her husband, Greg, bought many years ago.

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Written in the present tense, Friendship Bread introduces the reader to Avalon, Illinois, and the epitome of small-town America.

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Who would ever think that five completely different women would bond to become soul sisters?

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Brendan Fishback and his best friend, Cobb Kuzawa head to their favored fishing hole at Lake Charles, Tennessee.

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Have you ever felt so stressed out and betrayed that you want to run away? Jamie Newman feels the need to flee when she learns her boyfriend is cheating on her with her older stepsister Laurel.

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How cool is it to live at a hotel, especially a grand one built in the 1800s that has a history of stories to tell?

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Miss Dorothy and Her Bookmobile is a charming introduction to children of how a young girl’s dream came to fruition.

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When Silverlicious bites into her brother Peter’s cookie, she loses her tooth. It’s not just any tooth—it’s her sweet tooth! Peter is upset, saying her tooth fell out because she ate his cookie.

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Fans of Ms. Macomber’s contemporary fiction will be delighted with this newest release of her Blossom Street series.

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Dr. Elena Gardner, one month from completing her residency in Family Practice, needs a life change.

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Frank is tired of moving. After living in eight different places in the ten years of his short life, Frank wants to live someplace where he can make lasting friends and stay for a long time.

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Eight-year-old Abigail Iris calls her three best friends, Cynthia, Rebecca and Genevieve, “The Onlies” because they have no siblings.

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Every teenager has hang ups about some physical aspect of themselves. Seventeen-year-old Sarah Burke is no exception.

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Encountering a tumultuous youth precipitated by the tension between her unhappy parents, Daisy Bellamy and her family spent the summer before her senior year of high school at the family compound a

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Written in the first person, Two Wrongs Don’t Make a Wright features Katie Bennett telling the reader how her family has moved to a town in Wisconsin after her dad accepted a new job.

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How many wonder what their life would be like if they chose a different path? This is the crux of Ellen Meister’s riveting novel, The Other Life.

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International war correspondent Dinah Davis faces many horrors in her career, but when she comes face to face with a terrifyingly tragic event, she finds herself overwhelmed.

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Lunch Lady and the Summer Camp Shakedown opens with Lunch Lady having her van stolen, which makes it difficult to discern if this is part of the tale, or the briefing of a background story

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The ravages of war can be horrendous, both physically as well as emotionally, and nowhere is this more evident than in this true-to-life story about three close friends and their love for the men w

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It’s Valentine’s Day and time for Tucker, the pooch, to learn about love from his owner.

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Alex is upset because he now has to share his room with his four-year-old brother, Ethan. Sure, he loves his new baby sister, but he wants privacy and his own room back. So what does Alex do?

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Twelve-year-old Claire Boucher loves to ice skate.

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Nora MacKenzie lost everything.

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Fifteen years ago, Cassie Madison fled her hometown of Walton Georgia after learning her sister Harriett eloped with Joe Warren, the man Cassie had hoped to marry.

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When Cassandra gets scolded for having an untidy room and messy dress, she becomes sad and begins to think she, as a person, really is a mess.

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Jimmy and Jack Sullivan, members of the band the Unknown Souls, travel the bar and club circuit hoping to make it big.

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Aggie Sloan-Wilcox, wife of the minister of the Consolidated Community Church of Emerald Springs, Ohio, is at is again. Sleuthing, that is.

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After last year’s overwhelming success with not only her book, Mrs. Miracle, but also the Hallmark Christmas movie, Ms. Macomber has come forth with this sequel, Call Me Mrs.

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Bill Kirk’s non-fiction children’s book deals with how the heart works by educating youngsters about the human body.

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After Ms.

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Illumination Arts, September 2005

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Lucy Stone, wife, mother and newspaper reporter in Tinker’s Cove, Maine has her hands full.

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Desdemona was born a witch. For as long as she can remember, her mom, Callida, has dragged her and their beloved feline, Devalandnefariel—who is also her mom’s familiar—all over the globe.

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Todd Johnson’s debut novel is not to be missed. This tale of five ordinary southern women will touch the reader’s heart. Set in a nursing home in rural Johnston County, N.

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The Island, Hilderbrand’s ninth novel, takes place on tiny private Tuckernuck Island, meshing with Nantucket, the setting of her previous books.

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Guardian Angel Publishing, Inc., February 2010

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Fifteen-year-old Finn and her best friend Audrey are practically joined at the hip and share everything.

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When Katie goes to the park with her mom one day, she notices a young man sitting on a bench looking sad and alone.

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Illumination Arts, March 2006

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Kantor is a Pegasus who is very klutzy. No matter what he does, he trips and falls over everything. This bothers him terribly.

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Tracy Deloche “inherits” Happiness Key, a rundown development on Florida’s Gulf Coast after her scoundrel husband, CJ goes to prison for fraud.

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What child does not wonder what he or she will grow up to become? Dreams to Grow On will inspire as a young girl daydreams of what she will one day be.

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"Ms. Shefelman has written an enchanting tale that is sure to please youngsters."

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A Chesapeake Shores Christmas, book number four in Ms. Woods’s series, examines the lives of Mick and Megan O’Brien, a middle-aged couple, divorced for several years.

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When a child is comes into this world, a mother’s heart is filled with joy and unconditional love. No more is that revealed than in Ms. Humphrey’s book, A Mother’s Promise.

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Ms. Macomber’s tenth installment in the Cedar Cove series is every bit as entertaining as her prior nine.