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Ms. Hunter continues the Blue Ridge Romance series in Honeysuckle Dreams. Brady Collins is left reeling after his ex-wife dies in an accident, leaving him as the sole guardian of his infant son. However, a custody case initiated by his ex-wife’s parents reveals that Brady is not the father. With the future of his son at stake, Brady is willing to do anything to ensure that baby Sam stays with him. When Brady’s attorney mistakes his friend, Hope Daniels, as his fiancé, they find…Continue
Dr. Maggie Maguire has made a name for herself as one of the leading authorities on the science of happiness. Yet, her real life has taken a turn toward the depressing, as her fiancé and research partner leaves her for a younger woman, setting her personal life and career into a tail spin. As a desperate measure, Maggie’s best friends arrange for her to speak on a singles cruise, but even the concept of a fun-filled vacation with minimal work required seems like an impossible task. For…Continue
In Storm Front, Ms. Warren continues her Montana Rescue series with Ty Remington’s long overdue tale. Even though he has not resumed his previous duties as one of the main helicopter pilots for PEAK Rescue, Ty brings a level of expertise and determination that everyone else can see, except for him. When Chet King, Ty’s greatest mentor, disappears during an out-of-state storm, Ty drops everything to come to his rescue. The tornado that hit a small Minnesota town impacts many…Continue
In The Love Letter, Ms. Hauck writes another novel based on the concept of split time storylines, combining both historical and contemporary aspects that are united around a single item or location. This particular novel focuses on a love letter between a couple during the American Revolution. Esther Longfellow and Hamilton Lightfoot were best friends growing up, but find themselves on opposite sides of the Revolution. Their love letter becomes a point of inspiration to Jesse…Continue