In Lori Wilde’s ‘Rocky Mountain Heat,’ Life Starts After Everything Is Lost [REVIEW]

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Can two strangers embrace a new beginning in Lori Wilde’s Rocky Mountain Heat? (Photo courtesy Canva)

She’s seeking a fresh start in Colorado. There’s just one problem. The cottage she’s supposed to move into is already occupied. Will she kick the current tenant out on the street, or will they find a solution they can both live with? Find out in Lori Wilde’s Rocky Mountain Heat.

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Even Alfred Hitchcock Would Have Loved Sharon Sala’s ‘The Missing Piece’ [REVIEW]

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A private detective must solve a puzzle if it is the last thing he ever does in Sharon Sala’s The Missing Piece. (Photo courtesy Canva)

A prominent businessman vanishes. His company is on the verge of collapse. And there is only one man who can get at the truth. But will he be able to do so before someone silences him forever? Find out in Sharon Sala’s first novel in the Jigsaw Files, The Missing Piece.

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Three Sisters Discover They are Stronger Together in Sara Richardson’s ‘Home for the Holidays’ [REVIEW]

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A bit of mail brings three sisters back together. (Photo courtesy Canva)

Life has a way of taking us away from those we love most. But when three sisters each receive an invitation to visit their estranged aunt, will their reunion be a happy one? Or would they have been better off staying at home? Find out in Sara Richardson’s newest novel, Home for the Holidays.

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Sara Richardson’s ‘First Kiss with a Cowboy’ is a Lesson in Letting Go [REVIEW]

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He let her go once. But he can’t help but wonder if she remembers her First Kiss with a Cowboy. (Photo by Canva)

She’s a shy romance writer. He’s a rugged rodeo cowboy. They had a moment once before. But will he ever be able to convince her to give him a second chance? Find out in Sara Richardson’s sweet new novel, First Kiss with a Cowboy. Read more of this post

Melinda Curtis’s ‘Can’t Hurry Love’ Throbs with Joy [REVIEW]

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When a widow realizes her marriage wasn’t everything it was cracked up to be, can she ever learn to love again? (Photo courtesy Canva)

She gave up everything for love. Then it blew up in her face. Now she swears she’s done, but some meddling ladies aren’t about to let her give up so easily. Will she ever learn to trust again? Find out in Melinda Curtis’s first Sunshine Valley novel, Can’t Hurry Love. Read more of this post