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Driftwood Point

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I love traveling back to these small towns in books where I want to live. Some of the experiences and characters bring back my personal memories. Lisbeth Parker grew up on Cannonball Island. After she went away to art school, she stayed in the big cities and painted cityscapes as well as parks and wildlife...

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Now and Then Friends

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Kate Hewitt is a new-to-me author and I enjoyed this story set in England and the countryside around. It is interesting to read the different dialects of the country versus the city. Rachel Campbell and Claire West had definitely qualified as unlikely friends, but from the moment they were six-years-old, Rachel had fallen into the...

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Happy Ever After in Christmas

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With everyone around her falling in love, Deputy Jill Flaherty is approaching thirty and facing a life of spinsterhood. So she plans to take steps to make her dreams come true once and for all. Jill enjoys her job, but she longs for a husband and children. But there is only one man she wants...

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One Pink Rose

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One Pink Rose by Julie Garwood

Tread carefully, Travis! Emily Finnegan is a fickle female who wants to adopt the mindset of a southern belle but she has a whimsical, practical side too. Her mind changes like the wind. Poof, on a whim! Emily is a sweet breath of fresh air and with her slightly flighty, attitude; she decides to be...

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Under the Desert Sky

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Under the Desert Sky by Sara Luck

UNDER THE DESERT SKY by Sara Luck portrays an unusual combination of a South African hero traveling to the Arizona Territory in the 1900s. Raising ostriches for their plumes isn’t something I ever heard about from our history, so I find that part of this novel appealing within a western historical romance. Due to a...

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