In Sabrina Jeffries’ ‘Who Wants to Marry a Duke,’ the Heroine is No Wilting Flower [REVIEW]

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(Photo courtesy Canva)

In Who Wants to Marry a Duke, the third dazzling installment of Sabrina Jeffries’ Duke Dynasty series (after The Bachelor), a beautiful young chemist is recruited to determine if a duke’s father died of natural causes or was poisoned. But will her experimental methods prove successful or will her investigation be thwarted before it even begins?

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Tawna Fenske’s ‘The Best Kept Secret’ Will Have You Laughing Out Loud [REVIEW]

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His job as a smokejumper pilot isn’t the only risky thing he’s done lately. (Photo courtesy Canva)

They used to be in-laws. Now they’re just friends. She’s attracted to him but is deep in denial. And he’s keeping a major secret from her that could change their relationship forever. In Tawna Fenske’s romantic comedy The Best Kept Secret, suffice it to say things are complicated.

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Miranda Liasson’s ‘The Sweetheart Deal’ Is an Enchanting Foodie Romance Filled with Family and Heart [REVIEW]

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It’s tough being a pastry chef in a small town. (Photo courtesy Canva)

The gossips in Blossom Glen have lots of things to say about Tessa Montgomery, and none of them are very complimentary. While she tries to ignore the insults, a handsome enemy offers her a way to get what her heart really wants. But is it worth the price? Find out in Miranda Liasson’s The Sweetheart Deal.

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Pre-Order Miranda Liasson’s Second Blossom Glen Novel, ‘The Sweetheart Fix’ [COVER REVEAL]

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Return to Blossom Glen in Miranda Liasson’s upcoming novel. (Photo courtesy Canva)

We’ve lived in our share of small towns. The smaller the town, the more people know your business. As one of our friends has said, it’s like living in a fishbowl. In her upcoming novel, The Sweetheart Fix, author Miranda Liasson demonstrates just how valid this concept is!

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A Couple’s Dreams and Goals Don’t Have to Be Shared [Guest Post]

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When it comes to love, it’s all about compromise. (Photo courtesy Hallmark Publishing)

We love a good Hallmark Channel original movie. So when we heard that Lacey Baker was going to write a novel based on the happenings in the enchanting town of Evergreen, of course we were interested. We remembered Eliot and Hannah, the two protagonists featured in both the films and in her new book, so naturally we wanted to pick the author’s brain a little. Does Lacey think it is important to have a partner who has similar interests to our own? Also, how does having our own dreams and goals foster a healthy relationship? And how do these themes play into her novel and her own life? Find out in Lacey’s exclusive guest post! We hope you enjoy it. —J&H

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