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The Refuge

The Refuge by Ann H. Gabhart

THE REFUGE by Ann H. Gabhart is the perfect title to describe the Shakers’ generosity in this novel. Darcie Goodwin sought refuge from cholera with her husband, Walter. When Walter is killed in a riverboat accident, Darcie is even more grateful for the shelter provided by the Shaker community. But what will they do when...

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Temptation's Darling

Lord Montgomery “Monty” Townsend is the youngest son of an earl. He acts as the Prince Regent’s scapegoat, willingly assuming the royal’s scandals as his own. Monty intends to never marry. While hiding out from trouble, he meets a beautiful yet unorthodox woman. Montgomery cannot understand Vanessa Blackburn’s insistence on marrying the Rathban heir. Against...

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Lottie Mae: Silver Dollar Saloon

Lottie Mae by Paty Jager

LOTTIE MAE is the second book in the SILVER DOLLAR SALOON series that takes place in the Dakota Territory, but I hope it won’t be the last. With more girls working at the saloon as well as the men who own it, there are definitely more stories to tell. This is Lottie Mae and Manfred’s...

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A Touch of Forever

A Touch of Forever by Jo Goodman

A TOUCH OF FOREVER is the best meet-cute I’ve read. It’s easy to root for this couple because they’re adorable, and their flirting made me smile. Roen Shepard’s family encouraged artistic talent, but his yearning is numbers. That talent earned him an engineer surveyor position with Northeast Rail. His calculations and negotiations pave the way...

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