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Every Little Thing - Butler, Vermont #1

Every Little Thing by Marie Force

I was excited to receive an ARC of EVERY LITTLE THING (BUTLER, VERMONT SERIES #1) from the author, which took me back to Vermont where Marie Force’s GREEN MOUNTAIN SERIES left off. Reuniting with the Abbott siblings, their parents, their grandfather, spouses and pets, as well as their cousins, the Colemans, felt like I was coming home....

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Free Fridays

Free Fridays by Pat Tucker

Pat Tucker’s new book, FREE FRIDAYS, is about that plateau of comfortableness among married couples that peaks around the seventh year. Riley and Leela Franklin have reached that milestone, so they devise a fail-safe plan called FREE FRIDAYS to avoid splitting-up, as some wed couples do. The day is a free-for-all, where each spouse can...

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Somebody Like You

Somebody Like You by Donna Alward

SOMEBODY LIKE YOU is the first book in a new series by Donna Alward. I can’t wait to read the next two books, SOMEONE TO LOVE and SOMEBODY’S BABY, and hope there will be even more books in the DARLING, VT series. Aiden and Laurel have a past, some good and some bad. They meet up again...

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Close to Home

CLOSE TO HOME by Lily Everett is an unusual second chance romance that features a marriage of convenience and an unstable husband returning from years of undercover work to find his wife gone. Quite a different spin for romantic suspense. Johnny is a mental mess when he comes off his latest assignment. He sees danger...

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The Angel's Share

the-angels-share by JR Ward

THE ANGEL’S SHARE, the second book in THE BOURBON KINGS series picks up right where the first book left off: William Baldwine is dead, the Bradford Bourbon company is in shambles, and Lane is left to figure it all out. His father’s apparent suicide comes into question with his eldest brother Edward as the prime suspect, and...

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Under Your Skin

Under Your Skin by Shannyn Schroeder

In Shannyn Schroeder’s new book, UNDER YOUR SKIN, life isn’t a bowl of cherries. Norah O’Malley learns this early in life when she is sent to live with her aunt when her mom dies. Her dad and brothers think it is a sensible choice at the time. Now, years later and expecting, Norah moves back...

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