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Mary Poser

by Drema Drudge

A romance with unexpected twists, complicated layers, and tense near misses, "Mary Poser" is a gratifying trip. Angel A’s "Mary Poser" is a heartfelt, pistol-shot-paced intercultural romance set in Nashville. A compliant pastor’s... Read More

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Engraved on the Heart

by Karen Rigby

In Tara Johnson’s "Engraved on the Heart", a young Southern woman’s sense of duty to her family bristles against a moral reckoning. Keziah Montgomery shines as an unlikely abolitionist whose star-crossed love kindles a dangerous,... Read More

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Balance

by Delia Stanley

M. J. Woods’s "Balance" is a fun and seductive romance novel that develops anticipation for Alexis and Aidan’s next adventure. M. J. Woods’s "Balance" explores emotional themes of family and friendship. It is a sexy romance set... Read More

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Love vs. Duty

by Erika Harlitz Kern

"Love vs. Duty" is an engaging fantasy romance about the difficult choice between love and duty when the future of the universe is at stake. In Nick Dream’s fantasy romance "Love vs. Duty", Greek mythology meets alien invasion as... Read More

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Miss Wilton's Waltz

by Claire Foster

Miss Wilton’s Waltz is a lovely, nuanced romance that shows how creating a relationship with oneself is just as important as falling in love with somebody else. Lenora Wilton is no shrinking violet. At first look, she easily could be... Read More

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The Songs We Hide

by Amy O'Loughlin

Enriching and evocative, Connie Hampton Connally’s historical "The Songs We Hide" is about the redemptive potency of beauty, love, and music in post-World War II Hungary. It’s 1951, and Stalinist repression rules society. Fear is... Read More

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Galahad's Fool

by Karen Rigby

Conrad Bishop and Elizabeth Fuller reimagine the search for the grail in Galahad’s Fool, an experimental, labyrinthine work that highlights the all-consuming nature of art. Drawing from decades of experience behind and on the stage,... Read More

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