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Leather, Lace, and Locs by Anne Shade: Book Review

Leather, Lace, and Locs by Anne Shade is the story of three friends and their journeys to finding themselves and their happy endings. Golden is a hard-working financial executive with

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Taming of a Rebel by Eada Friesian: Book Review

Taming of a Rebel by Eada Friesian pits a two year old untamed child against a loving but overwhelmed aunt suddenly tasked with her care just as she begins an

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Aubrey McFadden is Never Getting Married by Georgia Beers: Book Review

Aubrey McFadden is Never Getting Married by Georgia Beers is a unique enemies-to-lovers romance that will sweep readers away. All of Aubrey McFadden’s are getting married and she’s been invited

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Art of the Chase by Jennifer Giacalone: Book Review

Art of the Chase by Jennifer Giacalone is a second chance, enemies to lovers, romantic suspense. It has the most wonderful chemistry between the main characters and a thrilling mystery

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Through the Storms by Rita Potter: Book Review

From our review: “This book blew me away, pun intended, with great descriptions of what the deadly storms are capable of, and the two great romances.”

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Don’t Circle Or by Kellan McKnight: Book Review

From our review: “Don’t Circle Or deals with emotional topics that could make the story dark, but McKnight uses slices of humor to break up the heaviness. I appreciated these little quips and bits of sarcasm sprinkled throughout.”

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Two Is a Pattern by Emily Waters: Book Review

From our review: “Two Is a Pattern by Emily Waters is a fast-paced ride that keeps readers in suspense right til the last page”

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All Things Beautiful by Alaina Erdell: Book Review

From our review: “Erdell’s writing is one of the biggest strengths of All Things Beautiful. The way she strings her words together and the cadence of her sentences throughout the story pulled me in immediately”

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Falls From Grace by Ruby Landers: Book Review

From our review: “Ruby Landers has grabbed my attention with Falls From Grace! She’s created an engaging story with a (reverse) fake relationship whose main characters are multidimensional with strengths and challenges.”

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A Perfect Fit by Kellan McKnight: Book Review

From our review: “As I look back at this book in its entirety, I am blown away by the number of subplots it has. The book takes place in around a three-week time span. A lot happens in those three weeks”

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