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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Drama, Heartache, and Dark Family Secrets Abound in Nora Roberts’ ‘Hideaway’ [REVIEW]

Hollywood royalty meets Big Sur country in Nora Roberts’ Hideaway. (Photo courtesy Canva)

A missing child. A bitter betrayal. Will one woman be able to summon the courage it takes to slay the demons of her past and seize the life she was meant to have? Find out in Nora Roberts’ dazzling new suspense novel, Hideaway.

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Two Women Learn the Importance of Sisterhood in Robyn Carr’s ‘Sunrise on Half Moon Bay’ [REVIEW]

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Two sisters. Two lives. When their circumstances change, will they be able to bridge a two decade gap and find the strength they both desperately need in one another despite their differences? Find out in Robyn Carr’s Sunrise on Half Moon Bay.

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Mario Escobar’s ‘Children of the Stars’ Reminds Us That We Are Never Truly Alone [REVIEW]

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Two boys must flee toward freedom when the Nazis occupy Paris in Mario Escobar’s Children of the Stars. (Photo courtesy ww2gallery, Flickr)

A growing threat sweeps across Europe. A loving couple searches for safety. Two brothers flee for their lives. In World War II Paris, meet two boys who will do whatever it takes to reunite with their beloved parents in Mario Escobar’s inspired new novel, Children of the Stars. Read more of this post

‘Invisible As Air’ Takes A Hard Look At Opioid Addiction [REVIEW]

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A desperate housewife learns to deal with life her own way. (Photo courtesy Canva)

A loving mother. A painful memory. A little cheat. Will her method of dealing with the past be her saving grace or become her private hell? Find out in Zoe Fishman’s insightful new drama, Invisible As Air.  Read more of this post