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Book Review: Waiting For You by Elle Spencer

Living in the past. Lindsay is a recently divorced artist and mother. She sells her work through a gallery her best friend, Patty, owns and operates in town. They have lived in their small town their whole lives. And that whole time, Lindsay has been

Book Review: Lost In Paradise by Rachel Lacey

The fortunate stranded. Nicole is rewarding herself with a cruise after going through a divorce. She meets a flirty Fiona at the bar. They move to a private part of the deck to connect a little bit when their ship is suddenly commandeered. They work

Book Review: Don’t Cry For Me by Rachel Lacey

Exactly what I needed. I have been reading a lot of just so-so books recently. I wasn’t sure if it was because of the quality of books or if maybe my head has been in a funny space as a result of quarantine during this

Book Review: Dare To Love by A.L. Brooks

Phoenix rising. Carmen is a self-made talent manager for celebrities. She is overworked and just going through the motions with her boyfriend of convenience. After a meeting with her lesbian friends, Tamsyn and Maggie, she realizes that she wants what they have. A meaningful and

Book Review: Undercover Justice by Carolyn McBride

A stranger in town. Lita is summoned to quickly attend to an ill stranger that has incoherently trotted into town. While providing care, Lita comes to find that her patient isn’t as appears on the surface. As Hart regains strength, it has become apparent that

Book Review: The Mortician’s Daughter by Nan Higgins

Death Agents. Aria has a 22nd birthday to remember. She learns that her family legacy is to help the dead cross over and her life long dream of becoming a professional singer comes crushing down forever. She goes into training and meets a cute girl

Book Review: All At Sea by Cheyenne Blue

Stowaway. Stevie just had a milestone moment in her life and should be celebrating with her rich family on their yacht. Her moment is overshadowed, however, by her sister’s poorly timed engagement. Not that it was her fault. Leave it to dumb guys to assume

Book Review: A Roll In The Hay by Lola Keeley

Ladies and Veterinarians. Tess co-owned a veterinary practice in London until things went south with the girlfriend. She moves out to the country to work with best friends where she can do what she has always wanted to do: work with big animals on farms.

Book Review: Uprooting by Suzie Carr

Green Witch essences. Harper has had a rough life and she was made to carry the burden of fault. She is a singer/songwriter that has not yet found the success that her ex girlfriend has achieved. When her estranged father starts fluttering around her alcoholic