Nancy Thayer’s ‘Surfside Sisters’ Hits Beaches This Summer

Girls at play on beach

As children, they were inseparable. But that was ages ago. Will these Surfside Sisters be able to make amends this summer? (Photo by Todd, Flickr)

Stepping. Nell. Three Women at the Water’s Edge. With each new novel, Nancy Thayer captivates readers with stories about determined women and the tough choices they must make when it comes to family, friendship, and love. I have been a Nancy Thayer fan ever since I read 1991’s Everlasting, an enthralling tale based in a world of flowers that still remains on my list of favorite books. So I’m always excited when she releases a new novel, and this summer’s Surfside Sisters sounds like it is going to be my next great beach read. Read more of this post

Debbie Macomber Makes Us Want Our Own ‘Alaskan Holiday’ [REVIEW]

Lodge in Alaska

When a young chef takes a job in a remote Alaskan town, she doesn’t expect to turn a short-term gig into a lifetime commitment. (Photo by Markus Trienke, Flickr)

She’s just trying to make friends while she works in a tiny Alaskan town for the season. He’s fallen head over heels in love with the town’s newest resident. She looks forward to returning to the big city to start her career. He wants her to stay forever as his wife. Who will win this contest of wills? Find out in Debbie Macomber’s charming new novel, Alaskan Holiday. Read more of this post

Jude Deveraux’s ‘Ever After’ Is A Sweet Tale About Finding Love Despite Your Past

Rosanna + Jared Day Thee

Rosanna and Jared Day Thee (Photo courtesy Corey Balazowich, Flickr)

Loretta Young once said, “Love isn’t something you find. Love is something that finds you.” This is exactly what happens in Ever After.  Read more of this post

Joy Fielding’s ‘Someone Is Watching’ Will Send Chills Up Your Spine

Binoculars

Binoculars (Photo courtesy Edith Soto, Flickr)

Joy Fielding’s Someone Is Watching is a well-crafted psychological thriller. Read more of this post