Estranged Siblings Reconnect in Jenny Hale’s ‘Butterfly Sisters’ [Excerpt]

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A trip home helps a woman find out what she really wants in life. (Photo courtesy Canva)

In recent years, Jenny Hale has become one of our favorite writers. She consistently delivers heartfelt stories we readily recommend to everyone because they’re about family and small-town life. It’s no wonder her stories translate well into Hallmark Channel movies! Now, in her latest book, Butterfly Sisters, she tells a story about a woman who must return to her family’s cabin to face the loss of her beloved grandma, see her estranged sister, and reconnect with an old beau. We hope you enjoy this special excerpt from the book! —J&H

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Sophie Ranald’s ‘Sorry Not Sorry’ Will Bring A Smile to Your Face [REVIEW]

Charlotte has learned one of life’s most important lessons: when life gives you limes, make margaritas. (Photo courtesy Canva)

Life isn’t always a bowl of cherries. Sometimes a girl is stuck with the pits. So what’s she to do when life doesn’t turn out the way she’s hoped? Shake things up, of course! With Sorry Not Sorry, Sophie Ranald proves that life is what you make it, and sometimes a girl has to admit she’s been doing it wrong all along.

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‘The Girl in Times Square’ Has A Hard Time Maintaining Her Focus [REVIEW]

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In Paullina Simons’ The Girl in Times Square, a young woman’s search for her missing friend turns into a life-shattering odyssey. (Photo courtesy Pexels)

Life in the big city of New York is expensive and filled with lots of distractions, especially for art student Lily Quinn. But she forgets all of that when her best friend and roommate Amy vanishes without a trace in Paullina Simons’ The Girl in Times Square.  Read more of this post