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The Hotel At Honeymoon Station by Tilly Tennant

Maybe it’s because I watch too much HGTV, but the idea of a buying an old train station and turning it into a cozy hotel just sounded like a good read to me. In this sweet romance, Emma and Tia take on the daunting task of renovating the decaying Honeymoon

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A Summer of Second Chances by Suzanne Snow

One of my favorite words in the entire world is serendipity. And while the word doesn’t appear in this book, it’s meaning – the idea that luck and good fortune sometimes go hand in hand – is at the very heart of this book.   Daisy is a single mom,

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The Book of Speculation by Erika Swyler

Imagine getting a book in the mail. And old book, one that looks a little worse for wear. Inside, scrawling handwriting and beautiful sketches begin to tell the tale of a traveling  circus troupe. Now imagine that woven into those pages is a warning, a curse that has followed your

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Going Greek by Sue Roberts

I mean, really, who doesn’t dream about skirting away for a couple of weeks to the warm sun and beauty of the Greek countryside? I was lucky enough to live on the island of Crete when I was a child, so I know first-hand how amazing it is there. This

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The Hotel At Honeymoon Station by Tilly Tennant

Maybe it’s because I watch too much HGTV, but the idea of a buying an old train station and turning it into a cozy hotel just sounded like a good read to me. In this sweet romance, Emma and Tia take on the daunting task of renovating the decaying Honeymoon

Read More »

A Summer of Second Chances by Suzanne Snow

One of my favorite words in the entire world is serendipity. And while the word doesn’t appear in this book, it’s meaning – the idea that luck and good fortune sometimes go hand in hand – is at the very heart of this book.   Daisy is a single mom,

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