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As the fourth novel in Ms. Warren’s Montana Rescue series, Troubled Waters finally tells the story of Ian Shaw and Sierra Rose. Both long-time characters in Ms. Warren’s recent books, Ian and Sierra’s relationship has been at the heart of the series, even as they have encountered incredible challenges caused by the sudden disappearance of Ian’s college-age niece, Esme. In a last-ditch effort to resolve the conflict that exists between them, Sierra finally solves the mystery of…Continue
Ms. Hunter kicks off her new Blue Ridge Romance series with Blue Ridge Sunrise. Zoe Collins grew up in the shadow of her brother, Brady, even as she made a name for herself in the town of Copper Creek as a free spirit and talented singer. When her relationship with Brady’s best friend, Cruz Huntley, falls apart, Zoe leaves town with Kyle, another local singer, to become professional musicians in Nashville. Five years later, Zoe returns for her grandmother’s funeral, discovering…Continue
A Song Unheard continues Ms. White’s Shadows Over England series, picking up right where A Name Unknown left off. Willa Forsythe has made herself an essential member of an adopted family of thieves. However, her skills as a violin prodigy land her a role stealing war secrets from a Belgian refugee, who happens to be a world-famous violinist himself. After the German invasion of his Belgian hometown, Lukas De Wilde is forced to flee, even as he becomes separated from his…Continue
In The Ladies of Ivy Cottage, Ms. Klassen continues her Tales from Ivy Hill series. Rachel Ashford and Mercy Grove originally made their appearance in The Innkeeper of Ivy Hill, but find themselves as the primary characters of the series’ second novel. Mercy and her aunt have lived in Ivy Cottage for years, where they house a school for girls. When Rachel finds herself without a family or home, Mercy invites her to live at the school and help out as best as she can. …Continue