In Jennifer Snow’s ‘A Lot Like Forever,’ Communication is the Key to Lasting Happiness [REVIEW]

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They’re the perfect couple. They’ve made so many plans for the future. But will the dreams they’ve built withstand the storm winds that are brewing? Find out in Jennifer Snow’s captivating third Blue Moon Bay novel, A Lot Like Forever.

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Susan Mallery’s ‘The Boardwalk Bookshop’ Is a Triumphant Celebration of the Power of Friendship [REVIEW]

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Three women. Three strangers. One unique business opportunity. When their dreams and lives collide, anything can happen. Find out how these enigmatic women navigate the ever-present twists and turns that come with small business ownership and learn to balance them with their complicated personal lives. You’ll love Susan Mallery’s latest beach read, The Boardwalk Bookshop.

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‘Lightning in a Mirror’ May Be Jayne Ann Krentz’s Masterpiece [REVIEW]

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In Lightning in a Mirror, the third and final installment of Jayne Ann Krentz’s suspenseful Fogg Lake trilogy (after All the Colors of Night), a woman discovers that dating in the modern world is complicated. In fact, it can be deadly.

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In Robyn Carr’s ‘The Best of Us,’ Growing into Adulthood Takes a Hearty Shove [REVIEW]

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When a woman spends her life raising her sister’s child, she’s ready to embrace the future and build a new life of her own when that kiddo grows up and leaves the nest. But what will she do when she discovers that even as an adult, those we nurture still depend on us for extra TLC? Find out in Robyn Carr’s heartfelt novel, The Best of Us.

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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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