Secrets, Danger, and More Than ‘A Trace of Deceit’ Abound in Victorian England [REVIEW]

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When a talented art restorer is found dead, his sister will stop at nothing to discover who did it in Karen Odden’s new Victorian mystery, A Trace of Deceit. (Photo courtesy Canva).

A murdered artist. A missing painting. An auction house in crisis. Scotland Yard may be on the case, but so is the victim’s sister! Together, will they be able to hunt down a killer and solve the mystery or will the truth prove as elusive as the absent portrait? Find out in Karen Odden’s new Victorian mystery, A Trace of Deceit. 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

‘The Clergyman’s Wife’ Takes A Fresh Look at a Classic Story [REVIEW]

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Life looks different after a rose garden is planted in Molly Greeley’s The Clergyman’s Wife. (Photo courtesy Canva)

In Jane Austen’s day, women had well-defined roles in society. Never one to live life by other people’s rules, she frequently challenged the status quo, in print and in life. Now author Molly Greeley takes us back to the beloved world of Pride and Prejudice, where we meet a lonely woman destined for a normal life. But will a new acquaintance give her a chance for something more? Find out in The Clergyman’s Wife.
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J.T. Ellison’s ‘Good Girls Lie’ [EXCERPT]

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Secrets, lies, and murder abound in J.T. Ellison’s Good Girls Lie. (Photo courtesy Canva)

J.T. Ellison has long been one of our favorite writers. From her nail biting stand alone thrillers to her high octane collaborations with the one and only Catherine Coulter, she never fails to entertain. Now, in her upcoming novel, Good Girls Lie, she ups the ante and petrifies us with a coming-of-age thriller that blurs lines and makes us question everything. We hope you enjoy this exclusive excerpt from the forthcoming novel.  —J&H Read more of this post