Danielle Steel’s ‘Neighbors’ Is A Love Letter to San Francisco [REVIEW]

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When an earthquake rattles San Francisco, neighbors meet one another for the first time in Danielle Steel’s latest novel. (Photo courtesy Canva)

A reclusive film star has done her best to disappear into anonymity. When a natural disaster strikes, however, she feels compelled to open her gates and come out of hiding to lend others a helping hand. But her generosity will have lasting repercussions for both her and those she assists. Is she ready to face the world once again? Find out in Danielle Steel’s Neighbors.

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National Geographic Wants to Help You Plan Your Next Great Adventure to One of ‘100 Great American Parks’ [REVIEW]

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Yosemite National Park (Photo courtesy Canva)

I am often amazed when I talk to friends and hear that they have never visited any of America’s national parks. From the time I was a child, my parents took me to gasp in awe at Grand Canyon National Park in Arizona, watch the bats fly out of Carlsbad Caverns National Park in New Mexico, and relax in Hot Springs National Park in Arkansas. But in Stephanie Pearson’s new book for National Geographic, 100 Great American Parks, she shows us that we don’t have to visit a national park to appreciate nature and have a little fun. There are loads of great places to choose from!

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Privacy Is a Thing of the Past in Dave Eggers’ ‘The Circle’ [REVIEW]

Can an internet company be too powerful? (Photo courtesy Canva)

When a young woman lands her dream job at the biggest Internet company on the planet, she is amazed at what a great package deal it is. Phenomenal pay. Awesome benefits. Unbeatable perks. But what’s the catch? Find out in Dave Eggers enthralling sci-fi thriller, The Circle.

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When Your Love Life Is Washed Up, ‘Only A Cowboy Will Do’ [REVIEW]

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Do fairy tale endings come with a cowboy? (Photo courtesy Canva)

Getting older is for the birds. Rather than dwell on the inevitable, sometimes a girl simply wants to escape, unwind, and forget about everything for a while, including men. But wouldn’t you know it? That’s just when a really cute one swaggers right into your life! Maybe that’s why A.J. Pine’s third Meadow Valley novel is titled, Only A Cowboy Will Do. Because sometimes, a cowboy is just what the doctor ordered.

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Danger Permeates Leslie A. Kelly’s ‘Nowhere to Hide’ [REVIEW]

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Evie Fleming doesn’t back down from a story. (Photo courtesy Canva)

A determined crime writer. A jaded police detective. When their paths collide on the darkened streets of the City of Angels, there is instant chemistry between them. But will it be enough to get them through one of the toughest cases of their careers? Find out in Lelie A. Kelly’s Nowhere to Hide.

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