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Trusting Grace

by Camille-Yvette Welsch

Brendan smartly uses the West and the aftermath of the Civil War in this charming romance and interesting piece of historical fiction. Corinthians claims love is gentle, kind, and patient, but sometimes, getting to that love can be... Read More

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Sandpiper Cove

by Camille-Yvette Welsch

Faith plays a central part in the romance, reminding readers that not every poor man is what he seems. Within a genre known for its traditions, Irene Hannon takes risks with "Sandpiper Cove", a heartwarming and hopeful Christian romance.... Read More

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Divine Desire

by Camille-Yvette Welsch

In this lusty and seductive listen, attraction blossoms into love. What happens in naked yoga no longer stays in naked yoga in "Divine Desire", a steamy romance from Audrey Carlan. Mila Mercado, an aspiring artist and full-time yogi,... Read More

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Bygones

by Camille-Yvette Welsch

Fans of contemporary romance mixed with a mystery subplot will be happily sated. "Bygones", by Lisa K. Nielsen, entices with sympathetic characters and a series of mysterious break-ins. Suspense and romance are braided together through... Read More

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Soul of a Crow

by Camille-Yvette Welsch

Williams populates her historical fiction with people nearly broken by their experiences. Set in the aftermath of the American Civil War, "Soul of a Crow", the second book in the award winning Dove series, traces the harrowing journey of... Read More

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Martin John

by Camille-Yvette Welsch

This dark novel enters the realm of the forbidden and feared with humor and empathy. Anakana Schofield takes readers into the strange world of Martin John, flasher, public masturbator, and mentally ill security guard. Like Francine... Read More

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