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The Land Steward’s Daughter

by Karen Rigby

"The Land Steward’s Daughter" is an endearing historical romance whose lovers flourish despite opposition. Becky Michaels’s Regency romance, "The Land Steward’s Daughter", explores the fruits of long-delayed love between childhood... Read More

Book Review

Forget Me Not

by Karen Rigby

In Sarah M. Eden’s graceful historical romance "Forget Me Not", a marriage is arranged between once-friends who grew apart. Julia always looked up to her neighbor, Lucas, as a beloved older brother. But Lucas left for an adventurous... Read More

Book Review

A Place to Belong

by Alex Dailey

Abbie Williams’s coming-of-age romance, "A Place to Belong", is set against Midwest and Northwestern prairie backdrops. Seventeen-year-old Millie, like all of her women forebearers, has loved and labored in Landon, Minnesota, at the... Read More

Book Review

Dragonflies at Night

by Delia Stanley

"Dragonflies at Night" is a novel about love so strong that it lasts, even after death. In Anne Marie Bennett’s romance novel "Dragonflies at Night", a lovestruck couple works through their emotional blocks and career challenges to... Read More

Book Review

Finding Hemingway

by John M. Murray

"Finding Hemingway" is a romantic travel adventure with a magical realism twist. In Ken Dortzbach’s heartwarming novel "Finding Hemingway", an overworked lawyer rushes to self-improvement while chasing a literary ghost. Callie McGraw... Read More

Book Review

Time Worketh Patience

by John M. Murray

"Time Worketh Patience" is a faith-based romance in which an early crush reignites. In Melody Kay Heart’s novel "Time Worketh Patience", a young woman struggles with faith and unrequited, troublesome love. Michelle fell hard for her... Read More

Book Review

A Mosaic of Wings

by Karen Rigby

A nineteenth-century entomologist is caught between social expectations and desire in Kimberly Duffy’s "A Mosaic of Wings", a novel about wanderlust and women’s empowerment. In Ithaca, Nora is her class’s valedictorian. She longs... Read More

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