In Annabelle McCormack’s ‘All This Time,’ Sometimes You Can Go Home Again [EXCERPT]

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Big surprises lay in store for a woman who must return to her hometown in All This Time. (Photo courtesy Canva)

We know a thing or two about living in small towns. Like everything else, they have their perks. But as one friend says, “It’s like living in a fishbowl.” Everybody knows your business. This is exactly what has kept Samantha Redding away from her own hometown of Brandywood, Maryland. Then family matters force her hand, and she must return whether she wants to or not. But this time around, someone unexpected is making small town life much more appealing. We hope you enjoy this sneak peek at Annabelle McCormack’s new novel, All This Time. —J&H

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Learn to Let Go in Jill Shalvis’s ‘Second Chance Summer’ [REVIEW]

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A new summer is the perfect opportunity for new beginnings. (Photo courtesy Canva)

Tragic loss. Painful memories. One chance at a fresh start. When a woman has nothing else to lose, should she go home to lick her wounds or take her chances on her own? Find out in Jill Shalvis’s powerful novel of love and redemption, Second Chance Summer. Read more of this post