Danielle Steel Examines Who Pays the Price for Infidelity in ‘The Affair’ [REVIEW]

Woman removes wedding ring
How many lives does a broken vow really touch? (Photo courtesy Canva)

After more than a decade together, she thought she knew him. She thought he loved her. But when she learns what he’s done, her whole world comes undone at the seams. What will she do next? And will she ever be able to reconstruct the ruin that is now her life? Find out in Danielle Steel’s compelling new novel, The Affair.

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Trust Doesn’t Come Easily in Diana Palmer’s ‘Notorious’ [REVIEW]

Is Nicholas Chandler to be trusted? (Photo by Glenn Mackay Photography | Shutterstock)

A family fortune is on the line. She will do anything necessary to protect it, even if that means using subterfuge to do so. But he has a job to do, whether he always likes it or not. When the two cross paths, their relationship can go one of two ways: love or war. Which will it be? Find out in Diana Palmer’s fifty-first novel in her beloved Long, Tall Texans series, Notorious.

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Nancy Thayer Invites Readers Back to Nantucket for a Much Needed ‘Family Reunion’ [REVIEW]

Nantucket sunset
Nantucket is the perfect place to rejuvenate your spirit. (Photo courtesy Canva)

An aging matriarch longs to reconnect with her loved ones. A young college graduate is ready to leave a bad romance in her wake. Will these two women be able to find what they’re looking for? In Family Reunion, New York Times bestselling author Nancy Thayer welcomes readers back to Nantucket for one more magical summer, where life is bolstered by the surrounding tides and seemingly anything is possible.

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J.T. Ellison’s ‘Her Dark Lies’ Has More Twists and Turns Than A Game of Clue [REVIEW]

Life on a remote Italian island can be both romantic and deadly. (Photo courtesy Canva)

He’s rich. He’s gorgeous. And he can charm the socks off anyone he meets. But when a young woman agrees to be his new bride, will his family’s stunning Italian villa become a loving home or a terrifying tomb? Find out in J.T. Ellison’s new gothic stunner, Her Dark Lies.

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Susan Mallery’s ‘The Stepsisters’ [EXCERPT]

Two women by pool
They may be stepsisters, but they are as different as night and day. (Photo courtesy Canva)

There are few things in life that are as precious—or as aggravating—as family. They can make you feel like a million bucks when they love you, but when they hate you they try your patience like no one else can. In Susan Mallery’s forthcoming novel, The Stepsisters, two women bound by marriage have one of these love/hate relationships. But when their family spews new, unexpected drama like Mount Vesuvius, they’ll need to try and bury the hatchet if they’re going to survive startling new revelations. We hope you enjoy this sneak peek at Mallery’s juicy new book! — J&H

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