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  • Tall Dark Stranger by Patricia Watters

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    Six months after his fiancée is declared missing and presumed drowned, Joe Broussard’s stunned to find her 150 miles from home with no memory of him. Anne Harrison has no reason to believe the man claiming to be her fiancé is not telling the truth because she gave birth to a son and has no idea who the father is, which has haunted her from the moment she found herself in a homeless shelter with no memory of who she was or how she got there. But when she returns to once-familiar surroundings and fragments of memory begin to surface unexpected passion blooms… until her parents intervene with a court order to become the baby’s legal guardians. Can Joe pull Anne from the grip of her rich and powerful family or will they destroy their relationship while taking possession of Joe’s son and fuel a multi-generational feud?

  • Righteous Lies by Patricia Watters

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    Grace Templeton expected the child she’d been carrying for seven months to be the child of her dead husband, and Jack Hansen thought the sperm he’d donated went to the wife of his sterile twin—until they learn that two vials at the fertility clinic had been accidentally switched. The shock sends Grace into early labor and the only place she can have complete bed rest is at the working guest ranch owned by the stranger who’s now the father of her unborn child, and that stranger’s about to turn her life upside down. The sperm mix-up also sets into motion a sweeping family saga that encompasses baby bartering, cover-ups, divorce and a tangle web of righteous lies that carry over into the next generation when the web begins to unravel.

  • Dancing on Broken Ankles by J.P. Sterling

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    When sixteen-year-old Aubergine’s parents uproot her from the posh NYC life to live off-grid in a tiny home, she reaches out to the only person available for friendship—the boy-next-door.

    Aubergine White, a talented ballerina and a self-professed mean girl, who enjoys all the advantages of being a gorgeous, rich girl at her elite New York City private school, seems to have it all, until her parents get fed up with the hustle of city life and whisk her a thousand miles away to homestead off-grid in Montana.

    Soon after arriving in her exile from upscale fashion boutiques and classical theatre, Abs learns she needs a career-ending ankle surgery which leaves her completely devastated. She receives no empathy or guidance from her parents as her father is preoccupied with the on-going care of her mother’s mental health.

    Aubergine’s life changes for the better when she befriends the neighbor, Fulton. Fulton was the biggest dork at her old school, but now that she is forced to spend time with him, she finds him to be kind, patient and most importantly, he shows her the compassion she had been missing. Just when she starts to trust him, a new wound is opened when Fulton finds a way to move back to New York. She becomes determined to get a one-way ticket back to the city and she is holding on to the hope that her old life—and her former boy next door—will be waiting for her when she gets there.

    A clean and wholesome, coming-of-age story about close proximity enemies who become allies and then, maybe more . . .

  • Lavender Kisses by Sophie Kaye

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    Bellfrey has two flower shops. The families that own them refuse to talk to each other. So how can Tamara accept that she has a crush on the son of the enemy?

    Tamara hates conflict. She hates not being able to let her guard down for fear of running into any of the Millers. So she isn’t happy when she finds out that Ryan, who started it all, is moving back to Bellfrey.
    For a brief respite from the feud, Tamara flees the quaint small town. But instead of a relaxing week at a Flower Fair, she ends up at the same B&B as Ryan.
    His presence bewilders her. She’s used to avoiding him, and now she’s having dinner with him. And after he confesses how her parents’ demands affected him, he’s not so easy to hate. Is she falling in love with the enemy?

    Can she ever convince her family to accept him? Will he understand their point of view? Can love conquer all?

    This is a clean enemy-to-lovers romance. If you like quirky small towns and characters with lots of chemistry, then you’ll love Lavender Kisses.

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  • The Caged Man and the Witch: A Novella by E.J. Stillings

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    Henry, a handsome bachelor, is trapped in a cage and caught in a feud between a tyrannical king and enchanting witches, where one wants him as bait and the other as a husband. Brigit, one of the witches, is desperate for Henry to love her, but stealing his heart is more complicated than she anticipated.

  • Whenever You Want by Stephanie Van Orman

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    Christina Witten didn’t want to be an escort! She wanted to be an administrative assistant, not a make-believe trophy on a man’s arm. If she could only make a bit of money, she could finish her course at the college and have the career of her dreams. Fate, however, threw her nothing but curveballs. The men she dated as an escort were supposed to be boring and she was certainly not tempted to fall in love with one of them. It had been a breeze until Mark Lewis entered the scene.

  • Tribeless by Ann Sepino

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    She loves him, he loves her not, and there’s nothing she can do about it.

    In order for their tribe of Gob Edis to flourish, Naomi knows that things have to stay the way they are. She has to hide her feelings for her sister Noya’s betrothed. She has to watch as an engagement between Noya and Akiba, future chief of Niatnuom, is made.

    Then fate takes an astonishing turn when the wedding doesn’t take place, and Naomi becomes Akiba’s tribe servant instead. Now that she’s part of the lowliest caste, she has to tamp down her emotions and instead carry out the duties of a Tribeless. But her new chief’s tenacity and her own obstinate character make that task difficult.

    When the real reason for the broken engagement is revealed, Naomi is given one last chance to profess her love, instead of just fulfill her duty.

  • Escape to Osprey Cove by Luisa Marietta Gold

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    The mystery begins with an unusual find in the secret compartment of Doug’s new Corvette. It will change his and Catherine’s life forever, forcing her to find escape at The Osprey Cove Lodge.

  • Miss Phipps and the Cattle Baron by Patricia Watters

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    When Priscilla Phipps offers four mail-order brides jobs as a way out of their unwanted marriages, she sets up a firestorm, especially when cattle baron, Adam Whittington, learns that one of those brides was to be his. The Phipps woman was also stirring up a cauldron of controversy with her rabble-rousing newspaper. What Adam doesn’t count on is falling in love with the redheaded firebrand who’s dividing the town and alienating every cattleman in the area

  • Come Be My Love by Patricia Watters

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    Every man in her life rejected her. The only woman he ever loved betrayed him. Can these two put their pasts behind and find love? Not if Governor Jon Cromwell has his way. When Sarah Ashley arrives in Victoria, B.C. to open a mercantile for the manufacture of bloomer costumes she turns his colony topsy turvy and Jon can’t decide whether to seduce the stunning suffragette into sweet submission or send her away to preserve his colony. But Sarah didn’t liquidate her savings and sail all the way to Victoria to have her dreams dashed. She will establish her business despite Jon’s unfairly imposed obstacles… and a longing heart that tempts her to surrender her principles for one night of passion with the insufferably-handsome rogue.