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Blame It on the Billionaire

Blame It on the Billionaire by Naima Simone

I really enjoyed BLAME IT ON THE BILLIONAIRE by Naima Simone. It is a meaningful read, with amazing characters that touched my heart, and loathsome characters that evoked tremendous dislike. This is the the third and final book from the BLACKOUT BILLIONAIRES series, and it can be read as a standalone. Nadia Jordan had to...

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Courting Mr. Emerson

Courting Mr. Emerson by Melody Carlson

COURTING MR. EMERSON by Melody Carlson is a sweet, faith-based novel that portrays forgiveness and self-improvement for a seasoned man much in need of a life alteration. Mr. George Emerson is a cranky, stodgy, self-professed bachelor and atheist who can’t fathom his life after retirement. His life has always been so well-ordered, how will he...

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The Girl He Used to Know

The Girl He Used to Know by Tracey Garvis Graves

THE GIRL HE USED TO KNOW by Tracey Garvis Graves is a captivating second chance romance by a new-to-me author. Starring a unique heroine who is trying to fit her square life into a round holeā€”can she adapt enough to keep the man she loves? I love it when a character is so uniquely different...

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Second-Chance Sweet Shop

Second-Chance Sweet Shop by Rochelle Alers

This Harlequin Special Edition romance, SECOND-CHANCE SWEET SHOP by Rochelle Alers, is a second-chance, feel-good romance between new bakery owner, Sasha Manning, and the hunky single dad/small town dentist, Dwight Adams. It’s a small town romance between two people starting over, a woman trying to get over a failed marriage and a man who failed...

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