In ‘Wyoming Homecoming,’ Diana Palmer Reminds Us to Never Give Up Hope [REVIEW]

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Sheriff Cody Banks must learn to let go of the past in Diana Palmer’s Wyoming Homecoming. (Photo by Jaime Reimer on Pexels.com)

His anger drove her away. Her devotion lured her back. But when these two become unwitting neighbors, will they be able to heal old wounds and make peace with the past? Find out in Diana Palmer’s emotionally fraught new novel Wyoming Homecoming, the 11th installment in her long-running Wyoming Men series.

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In Annabelle McCormack’s ‘All This Time,’ Sometimes You Can Go Home Again [EXCERPT]

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Big surprises lay in store for a woman who must return to her hometown in All This Time. (Photo courtesy Canva)

We know a thing or two about living in small towns. Like everything else, they have their perks. But as one friend says, “It’s like living in a fishbowl.” Everybody knows your business. This is exactly what has kept Samantha Redding away from her own hometown of Brandywood, Maryland. Then family matters force her hand, and she must return whether she wants to or not. But this time around, someone unexpected is making small town life much more appealing. We hope you enjoy this sneak peek at Annabelle McCormack’s new novel, All This Time. —J&H

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In Delores Fossen’s ‘Sheriff in the Saddle,’ Everyone Is a Suspect [REVIEW]

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Someone doesn’t want her to be sheriff. (Photo by Canva)

It is to be the party of the year. But someone ends up dead and the host is the most likely suspect. Even as the new sheriff investigates the case, she must get to the truth and ignore her personal feelings about the people involved. But can she find the killer before the body count climbs even higher? Find out in the first novel in Delores Fossen’s new Law in Lubbock County series, Sheriff in the Saddle.

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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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Old Friends Get a Second Chance at Love in Carolyn Brown’s ‘Cowboy Courage’ [REVIEW]

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She’s a veteran. He’s a cowboy. Although they grew up in the same town, life took them in totally different directions. But when she comes back to lend her aunt a hand, will they find enough common ground to fall in love? Find out in Carolyn Brown’s Cowboy Courage.

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