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The Summer I Dared by Barbara Delinsky....The first book I read by her.  After that I was hooked on her writing.

The Summer I Dared by Barbara Delinsky....The first book I read by her. After that I was hooked on her writing.

I'll Stand By You.  Sharon Sala

I'll Stand By You. Sharon Sala

13 books for women, including Here's to Us by Elin Hildebrand.

13 Books to Read If You Love Emily Giffin

Meet Your Baker (2014) (The first book in the Bakeshop Mystery series) A novel by Ellie Alexander. Welcome to Torte-a friendly, small-town family bake shop where the treats are so good that, sometimes, it's criminal...

Meet Your Baker (2014) (The first book in the Bakeshop Mystery series) A novel by Ellie Alexander. Welcome to Torte-a friendly, small-town family bake shop where the treats are so good that, sometimes, it's criminal...

There are many ways to obtain a book to read. buy a book a local bookshop borrow a book from the library borrow a book from a friend buy a book second hand buy a ebook online receive a book from a …

There are many ways to obtain a book to read. buy a book a local bookshop borrow a book from the library borrow a book from a friend buy a book second hand buy a ebook online receive a book from a …

Summer Rental: A Novel

Summer Rental: A Novel

Summer Rental by Mary Kay Andrews. First time reading this author. Fabulous sense of humor and light reading. I enjoyed her writing and definitely will be reading more of her books!

same beach, next year by Dorothea Benton Frank -

Same Beach, Next Year: A Novel

same beach, next year by Dorothea Benton Frank -

Kat says: When it comes to series like Blue Heron and others one would read in the HQN line, I find if the characters are strong and likable and the setting has appeal it’s worth to read the next one and see where the overall story takes you. Like with Brenda Novak’s Whiskey Creek stories, I’ve had issues with some books here, but I enjoyed Anything For You, more so than book 4.

Kat says: When it comes to series like Blue Heron and others one would read in the HQN line, I find if the characters are strong and likable and the setting has appeal it’s worth to read the next one and see where the overall story takes you. Like with Brenda Novak’s Whiskey Creek stories, I’ve had issues with some books here, but I enjoyed Anything For You, more so than book 4.

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