‘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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Sara Richardson’s ‘A Cowboy for Christmas’ Celebrates the Best Part of Community [REVIEW]

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An annual festival, a fake engagement and a hunky bull rider combine to make one memorable winter season in Sara Richardson’s latest yarn. (Photo courtesy Canva)

A local disaster. A community in crisis. When a resourceful widow and a hunky rodeo cowboy cook up a bit of subterfuge to help their neighbors, anything can happen in Sara Richardson’s sweet and sassy new Western romance. Read more of this post

Learn to Let Go in Jill Shalvis’s ‘Second Chance Summer’ [REVIEW]

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A new summer is the perfect opportunity for new beginnings. (Photo courtesy Canva)

Tragic loss. Painful memories. One chance at a fresh start. When a woman has nothing else to lose, should she go home to lick her wounds or take her chances on her own? Find out in Jill Shalvis’s powerful novel of love and redemption, Second Chance Summer. Read more of this post

In ‘The Accidentals,’ One Family’s Dark History Won’t Stay Buried [REVIEW]

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Like migratory birds blown off course, sometimes life “jumps the track and crashes.” (Photo courtesy Canva)

A mother who dreams of something more. Two daughters who must live with a terrible secret. The fateful decision that fractures all of their lives for decades to come. In Minrose Gwin’s The Accidentals, one family must carve its way through sixty years of history in the deep South. Read more of this post

‘Home at Chestnut Creek’ is a Story Full of Heart and Hope [REVIEW]

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Will the Land of Enchantment cast its spell over two outsiders? (Photo by Mike Lewinski, Flickr)

She has secrets she’d rather keep to herself. But then again, so does he. When two outsiders collide in a dusty New Mexico town, will they be able to reconcile their pasts and seize happiness? Or are some obstacles too difficult to overcome? Find out in Laura Drake’s heartwarming new novel, Home at Chestnut Creek.  Read more of this post