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Gillyflower

by Karen Rigby

"Gillyflower" is an intelligent romance about frustrated encounters. In Diane Wald’s meditative literary novel "Gillyflower", a fan is beguiled with an actor. In 1984, Nora watches an Irish “actor’s actor,” Hugh, perform in a... Read More

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Love Through All Strife

by Karen Rigby

"Love Through All Strife" is a quixotic historical novel filled with entertaining episodes. J. P. Hogan’s "Love Through All Strife" depicts a rescue mission following a Central American government being overthrown. Nineteen-year-old... Read More

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All Those Tears We Can't See

by Claire Foster

All Those Tears We Can’t See is a dramatic, cross-cultural coming-of-age novel set between two very different worlds. In Gita Audhya’s passionate multigenerational drama All Those Tears We Can’t See, a young woman navigates the... Read More

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Courting Mr. Emerson

by Michelle Anne Schingler

Melody Carlson’s latest Christian romance, "Courting Mr. Emerson", is the sweet, trend-resistant tale of a young grandmother and a confirmed bachelor who find that life may be better if they’re together. George Emerson lives a neat... Read More

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Call Me Mary

by Delia Stanley

"Call Me Mary" is an eye-opening novel whose self-proclaimed sex addict lead is refreshingly candid. In Evelyn Cole’s emotional and dramatic novel "Call Me Mary", a woman looks for love in a world of lust. Mary Lou is an independent... Read More

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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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