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Cottage by the Sea by Debbie Macomber

Cottage by the Sea by Debbie Macomber

Thirteen years earlier Keaton had noticed the beautiful teenage girl on the beach earlier in the week. Once he saw her playing volleyball with a group of other teens, he hadn’t been able to take his eyes off her. Her family had rented the Munson cottage and arrived Saturday morning. As soon as the car Read more

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I’ll Never Tell by Catherine McKenzie

I'll Never Tell by Catherine McKenzie

July 22, 1998—9:00 p.m. We only started the lantern ceremony my second-to-last year at Camp Macaw. Yet it’s buried in my summer memories like the smell of the smoke from the weekly campfire, the game we played that made it sound as if we were caught in a rainstorm, or the call-and-response of capture the Read more

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Faking Ms. Right (Dirty Martini Running Club #1)

Faking Ms. Right: A Hot Romantic Comedy

“When I kissed you last night, I wasn’t pretending.”  Everly Dalton is a walking, talking, martini-drinking dating disaster. Forget kissing frogs. She can’t even get past the first date. But at work, she’s a badass—the longest-running assistant billionaire Shepherd Calloway has ever had. Her coworkers wonder how she handles the big bad wolf—and never gets Read more

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Winter Cottage by Mary Ellen Taylor

Winter Cottage by Mary Ellen Taylor

In coastal Virginia on a warm spring day, Mrs. Catherine Buchanan settles tired bones into her cane rocker. She carefully adjusts her green knit dress with gnarled but precise fingers. She is dressed for this occasion, but no amount of fussing or preening can approach the reckless beauty of the girl sitting across from her. The Read more

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A Curve in the Road by Julianne MacLean

A Curve in the Road by Julianne MacLean

Intuition is a funny thing. Sometimes it’s a gut feeling, and you look around and just know something bad is about to happen. Other times, it’s elusive, and later you find yourself looking back on certain events and wondering how in the world you missed all the signals. Tonight, I’m on my way home after Read more

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Thin Air (Jessica Shaw) by Lisa Gray

I park the car four streets away and walk the rest of the way. The house is conveniently situated at the end of the block, hidden in shadows, out of sight of prying eyes. It’s dark now, but I know in daylight the wood siding is the color of dried mud, and the paint hasn’t Read more

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Beach House Reunion (Beach House, #5) by Mary Alice Monroe

Beach House Reunion (Beach House, #5) by Mary Alice Monroe

It was twilight and a brilliant red sun lazily made its hazy descent off the South Carolina coast. Lovie Rutledge stood alone on a small, rolling sand dune and watched as two young children with hair the same sandy color as the beach squealed and cavorted, playing the age-old game of tag with the sea. Read more

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Where the Forest Meets the Stars by Glendy Vanderah

Where the Forest Meets the Stars by Glendy Vanderah

The girl could be a changeling. She was almost invisible, her pale face, hoodie, and pants fading into the twilit woods behind her. Her feet were bare. She stood motionless, one arm hugged around a hickory trunk, and she didn’t move when the car crunched to the end of the gravel driveway and stopped a Read more

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Good Man, Dalton

Good Man, Dalton

“Chardonnay,” the flight attendant said, setting the glass down in front of Greta and smiling pleasantly. “Thank you,” Greta whispered, pushing away the urge to ask if it was complimentary. She’d been watching, and thus far no one else had pulled out a credit card, leading her to believe alcoholic beverages were just one of Read more

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