The Secret to Keeping a Relationship On Track [GUEST POST]

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A lasting relationship takes a certain key ingredient to make it work. Author Anna Belfrage shares what it is! (Photo courtesy Canva)

Any good romance has its fair share of complications. It starts out fairly straight forward: boy meets girl (or boy), sparks fly and if it’s a steamy romance, soon enough that interest swells into a wall of hot, sizzling attraction. Yup: those love birds end up entangled and hot and the less experienced romance reader may think that’s that. Ha! Those of us who’ve been around the block a few times know this is just the warm-up. Our happy couple are about to enter the area of turbulence. Read more of this post

Small Town Sheriff Buries the Hatchet in Jay Crownover’s ‘Justified’ [REVIEW]

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In Justified, Jay Crownover transports us to a small Texas town where danger threatens to erupt but the local sheriff is determined to succeed. (Photo courtesy Canva.)

A rugged sheriff. His sworn enemy. When explosive secrets from the past resurface, will he do his job regardless of the cost? Find out in Jay Crownover’s new romantic thriller, Justified. Read more of this post

‘Meet Me On Love Lane’ for Old Friends and Second Chances [REVIEW]

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Henry’s grown up a lot since the last time she saw him. (Photo by Canva)

She’s down on her luck. To make matters worse, she has to move back home to start over. But it’s only temporary. Or is it? What’s a girl to do when the place she left behind reveals hidden charms? Find out in Nina Bocci’s second Hopeless Romantics novel, Meet Me On Love Lane.
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‘On the Corner of Love and Hate’ Delivers Easy Laughs and Small Town Charm [REVIEW]

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Cooper Endicott may be ready for office, but is he ready for love? (Photo by Canva)

He has a reputation with the ladies. She just considers him a friend. But her father wants her to help him transform his image so he can run for office. Is she up to the task when her heart gets other ideas? Find out in Nina Bocci’s laugh-out-loud romantic comedy, On the Corner of Love and Hate. Read more of this post

‘Beyond the Moon’: Six Questions for Catherine Taylor [INTERVIEW]

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The only thing that separates lovers First Lieutenant Robert Lovett and medical student Louisa Casson is a century of time. (Photo courtesy Canva)

From the moment I started reading Beyond the Moon, I could not put it down! This is the kind of novel that combines romance, drama, and fantasy seamlessly, and as a result it keeps readers like me suspending disbelief and buying the time-travel plot hook, line, and sinker. Now enjoy this exclusive interview with the author, Catherine Taylor! —J&H Read more of this post