Romance

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“Cruz has created an unforgettable character in Cara. And readers will feel like they’ve made a new, fascinating friend.”

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Ellie Hosteller resides in a large Amish community in Lancaster County with her parents and her twin brother Evan. The family owns a huge orchard supplying apples and peaches to restaurants and whi

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Debbie Macomber has once again given readers a delightful story, relatable and likeable characters, and the perfect level of tension.

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Historical fiction that features real people can be problematic.

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At 128 pages, The Reservoir is described as a novella. Fever dream would be more apt.

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“This book is annoying from the get-go. Most annoying is not knowing the fundamental rule of suspense. . . .

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Readers who haven’t yet discovered the savvy, comedic rom-coms of award-winning author Bethany Turner are in for a treat with her latest second-chance romance, The Do-Over.

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Hair-raising and shocking, the fiery determination to right what is wrong combined with the acts of personal selflessness strengthens this plot into a thrilling read.”

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Miriam Stolzfus has just returned from Ohio to Lost Creek after taking care of her aunt who had surgery.

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“Clive Cussler’s The Devil’s Sea delivers what it promises: non-stop, breakneck, diverting entertainment.”

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Tasha Jenkins is somewhat lonely, residing in a studio apartment in Vista Peak, Colorado, with her cat, Milo, and many debts mounting.

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The Delicious Delicacies Bakery in Blue Moon Bay is 29-year-old Jessica Connolly's pride and joy.

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“romantic novels exist not just to sustain a fantasy, but also to help people learn how to love and celebrate it.”

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Hannah Antonicelli is heartbroken when her older sister Marnie succumbs to an overdose. She prayed she could have helped Marnie with her problems, which riddles her with guilt as well as grief.

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Twenty-three-year-old Susannah Peachy believes her life is wonderful.

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“Murphy’s warm and funny Cindy would make Cinderella proud.”

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Jess Taylor, nearing age thirty, and always one to walk on the wild side, is recovering from a horrendous accident that laid her up for almost a year.

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The title of this book could have been Slow Burn, for that describes both the romance and the suspense elements of Nora Roberts’ new novel.

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“This is a clever, charming, and very funny novel, and the reader who isn’t laughing out loud by the second page is surely lacking in the sense of humor department.”

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“All the Colors of Night is an entertaining, easy to read novel into which you can immerse yourself for a day or two.”

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Three years ago, a Border Collie puppy, more human than canine, was placed in a New York shelter with his three littermates. Feeling lonely and abandoned, he plans to be chosen by the perfect perso

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This book by Nick Hornby is so “woke,” it’s as though the author is writing an opinion piece more than a novel.

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“A gender-flip version of Faust, and also a haunting love story that will linger.”

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Mother for Dinner is a deeply uncomfortable novel. At times, it’s funny. At others, it’s a too-accurate examination of family ties. It’s also. . . about eating human flesh . . .

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“The story should suit fans of romance, historical fiction, westerns, and anyone who loves a straightforward adventure tale about decent people striving together to overcome hardship.”

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