Susan Mallery’s ‘The Vineyard at Painted Moon’ [EXCERPT]

Escape into Susan Mallery’s The Vineyard at Painted Moon. (Photo courtesy Canva)

We frequently hear that we can have it all if we work hard enough. But is that always the case? For one woman, family relationships may be getting in the way of pursuing her dreams and living her best life in Susan Mallery’s thoughtful new novel, The Vineyard at Painted Moon. We hope you enjoy this excerpt from her forthcoming book. —J&H

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Danielle Steel’s ‘All That Glitters’ is a Parable for Our Time [REVIEW]

Sometimes we are too easily distracted by the flash. (Photo courtesy Canva)

Growing up, she had it all. Parents who loved her. A privileged life. And dreams as big as the sky. But just when she is about to begin living the life she’s always planned for, the world she knows changes with an explosive, blinding flash of light and suddenly she has to grow up very quickly. Will the lessons her parents taught her be enough to help her navigate her future? Find out in Danielle Steel’s new bestseller, All That Glitters.

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Jill Shalvis’ ‘My Kind of Wonderful’ is a Charming Read with Loads of Heart [REVIEW]

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A cancer survivor takes to the slopes in Jill Shalvis’s My Kind of Wonderful. (Photo courtesy Canva)

She’s a survivor. Now given a second chance at life, she fully intends to take it. But will she be able to embrace the new adventures life brings her way when they involve risking her heart? Find out in Jill Shalvis’ delightful novel, My Kind of Wonderful. Read more of this post

Sandra Brown Robs Us of Our Sleep With ‘Outfox’ [REVIEW]

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In Sandra Brown’s Outfox, an FBI agent strives to outfox an elusive killer. (Photo courtesy Canva)

A deadly con man. A determined FBI agent. The beautiful woman who comes between them. Will a dangerous game of cat-and-mouse finally come to a satisfactory end or will a killer get away with murder one more time? Find out in Sandra Brown’s electrifying new thriller, Outfox. Read more of this post

Mary Kubica’s ‘When the Lights Go Out’ Is A Definite Snooze [REVIEW]

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Ready to rebuild her life, a young woman is suddenly forced to confront the truth about her past in Mary Kubica’s When the Lights Go Out. (Photo courtesy BookClubbish, YouTube)

Enrolling in college usually marks the beginning of a new chapter in one’s life. But for a young woman who put everything on hold in order to care for her ailing mother, it is about to make life much more complicated than she ever dreamed possible after a shocking revelation turns her entire world on its ear. Is she prepared to discover the truth about her past? Find out in Mary Kubica’s new thriller, When the Lights Go Out.  Read more of this post