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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Author Emma Lynden Makes Her Mark with Sweet Debut Novel, ‘The Holiday Plan’ [EXCERPT]

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A writer struggles to find inspiration. (Photo courtesy Canva)

Before we met, we both had our share of bad romances. Any time we were coming out of one of those, it usually took us a minute to find our footing and try again. So, we totally relate to the heroine in Emma Lynden’s debut romance, where a writer decides she wants to skip an upcoming holiday altogether to simply find her muse and recharge her batteries. But as usually happens, things don’t entirely go her way. We hope you enjoy this excerpt from The Holiday Plan.J&H

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Second Chance Romance Gets a Little Help in Lizzie Shane’s ‘To All the Dogs I’ve Loved Before’ [REVIEW]

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In a small town, it’s hard to avoid people. Especially when one of those folks dumped you. But when you have an adorable dog with a mischievous streak a mile wide, these encounters are going to happen more often. Will this couple be able to bury the hatchet and give love a second chance? Find out in Lizzie Shane’s latest Pine Hollow novel, To All the Dogs I’ve Loved Before.

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A Single Dad Reconnects with His Estranged Daughter in Jennie Marts’s ‘How to Cowboy’ [EXCERPT]

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A single dad shows his daughter the ropes in How to Cowboy. (Photo courtesy Canva)

Once an up-and-coming rodeo star, Cade Callahan has to build new dreams after he’s injured. When his teen daughter Allie is suddenly put in his custody, they must learn to be a family, a task that is easier said than done. But then Nora, a pretty physical therapist, arrives on the scene. Will she be able to help them heal? And can the three of them find their way together? Find out in Jennie Marts’s new swoon-worthy novel, How to Cowboy. We hope you love this excerpt from the book. Enjoy! —J&H

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In Debbie Macomber’s ‘It’s Better This Way,’ Two Families Seek Redemption in the Wake of Divorce [REVIEW]

Sometimes love blossoms in the ashes. (Photo courtesy Canva)

When two marriages are left in tatters following a torrid affair, the surviving spouses must piece together their lives and start anew. But grown children from both families refuse to accept and forgive the sins of their parents. Will everyone involved ever be able to move on in life or will they hold fast to their resentment forever? Find out in Debbie Macomber’s heartfelt new novel, It’s Better This Way.

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