Sara Richardson’s ‘A Cowboy for Christmas’ Celebrates the Best Part of Community [REVIEW]

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An annual festival, a fake engagement and a hunky bull rider combine to make one memorable winter season in Sara Richardson’s latest yarn. (Photo courtesy Canva)

A local disaster. A community in crisis. When a resourceful widow and a hunky rodeo cowboy cook up a bit of subterfuge to help their neighbors, anything can happen in Sara Richardson’s sweet and sassy new Western romance. Read more of this post

Playboy Cowboy Gets Second Chance at Love in Carolyn Brown’s New Longhorn Canyon Novel [REVIEW]

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Sometimes second chances are more difficult to find than a horse in a snow storm. (Photo courtesy Canva)

A rakish cowboy. A chance encounter. The one woman who stops him in his tracks. Will she be able to tame his wild heart or are some men simply too independent to ever truly settle down? Find out in Carolyn Brown’s latest Longhorn Canyon novel!
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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

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

JoAnn Ross’s ‘Summer on Mirror Lake’ Sparkles with Life [REVIEW]

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Summers in Honeymoon Harbor are perfect for a little R and R. (Photo courtesy Pexels)

When suddenly faced with death and health issues all at once, one man must return to his hometown for a little rest and relaxation. But will the mountain air do the trick, or will it take something more to rehabilitate his life? Find out in JoAnn Ross’s Summer on Mirror Lake. 
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