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Brunch at Bittersweet Café

by Karen Rigby

Sweet dreams take flight between a pastry chef who’s lost her way and a pilot looking to avoid a relationship in "Brunch at Bittersweet Café". Carla Laureano’s second title in the Supper Club series melds Christian romance with... Read More

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The Gorgeous Mr Zane

by Claire Foster

The Gorgeous Mr. Zane is a disturbing yet compelling work about the deep love between a woman and her bank account. There are two essential elements that govern every person’s life: romance and finance. The Gorgeous Mr. Zane is a short... Read More

Book Review

Bad Keys

by Karen Rigby

Sometimes profane and often delightful, this caper finds absurdity even in moments of danger. In "Bad Keys", a piano tuner finds romance with a zoo intern who moonlights as a swimsuit model. J. B. Curry’s energetic novel is a... Read More

Book Review

Healing Hearts

by Tanisha Rule

Sarah M. Eden’s masterful romance "Healing Hearts" is a story of love, forgiveness, and friendship in which dangerous secrets prove impossible to keep. It’s 1876 in the small, tight-knit frontier town of Savage Wells, Wyoming.... Read More

Book Review

The Truth About Leaving

by Karen Rigby

In Natalie Blitt’s romance, "The Truth About Leaving", high school senior Lucy Green discovers that things seldom go as planned. Fresh on the heels of a breakup, Lucy meets Dov Meiri, a new Israeli student whose future as a conscript... Read More

Book Review

The Bright Path

by Tia Smith

This fantasy epic has its own colorful aesthetic, and humor carries its central trio through their quest. In Benjamin M. Birney’s fantasy adventure, "The Bright Path", a vast array of creatures collide, resulting in life or death... Read More

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Norse Hearts

by Karen Rigby

The novel doesn’t gloss over the realities of Viking life but is careful to draw characters with shaded nuances. Robynn Gabel’s bristling ninth-century romance "Norse Hearts" forges an unlikely match against the violence of the era.... Read More

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Love Has No Color

by Claire Foster

"Love Has No Color" is a light interracial romance that skirts serious issues. Love is blind—and it can be deaf and dumb, too. "Love Has No Color" is an enthusiastic interracial romance that explores the taboos of black family life,... Read More

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