Archive for July, 2018

HEART LAND by Kimberly Stuart

Heart Land by Kimberly Stuart

“A heart-warming, faith-based tale of a driven woman struggling to straddle small-town life with big city aspirations.”  (Publishers Weekly) A story of reconnection, lost love, and the power of faith, Heart Land follows a struggling fashion designer back to her small Iowa hometown as she tries to follow her dreams of success and finding true love. Grace...

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The Summer Wives by Beatriz Williams REVIEW

The Summer Wives by Beatriz Williams

Our reviewer Jo gives THE SUMMER WIVES, by Beatriz Williams, 4 Hearts! THE SUMMER WIVES is the second book I’ve read by Beatriz Williams. Her books are richly written women’s fiction, historical in nature, and they immerse you in a different era. This book takes place on the elite Winthrop Island, set in New England,...

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The Hitman's Mistake by Sally Brandle

Multi-award winning author Sally Brandle weaves slow-burning romance into edgy suspense, encouraging women to trust their inner gifts. In THE HITMAN’S MISTAKE, when Miranda Whitley stops crooked cops from assassinating a prominent Seattle judge, she’s next on the hit list, and her survival depends on the man she’s had one awkward encounter with—buff FBI Agent, Grant...

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Annabeth Albert’s Tight Quarters

Tight Quarters by Annabeth Albert

“Sexy, sweet and heartfelt, Annabeth Albert’s Out of Uniform series is a fresh take on Navy SEALs that will delight and entertain romance readers.”–Layla Reyne, author of the Agents Irish and Whisky series.    In Annabeth Albert’s TIGHT QUARTERS, Petty Officer Bacon, a navy SEAL and ace sharpshooter, has been on the front lines of more...

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Blending Paranormal and Historical Fiction by Clara Winter

Deepest Midnight by Clara Winter

Blending Paranormal and Historical Fiction by Clara Winter. A vampire doesn’t live hundreds or thousands of years without being witness to incredible historic events. In this sense, paranormal fiction and historical fiction can go hand in hand. The past is as important as the present in my debut novel, Deepest Midnight. The main character, Millicent, was...

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