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There Is Always More To Say
by Lynda Young Spiro
There Is Always More To Say explores the thoughts, feelings, desires, and consequences of a secret friendship over three decades - where neither knows if they are destined to share the same ending to the empowering story they experience together.
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Fearless Flying by Karen Gordon
Vivienne Ramsey's motto is, never underestimate the power of a determined woman--just ask the man she's decided will star in her happily ever after, the same one who seems to have missed the memo about his part in her plans.
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Lingua Terra by Leah Laiman
From the acclaimed writer of some of the most unforgettable love stories on television comes a new kind of hybrid: compelling romance, vivid guidebook and delectable cookbook all in one.
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The Year of Loving by Traci L. Slatton
New York City art gallerist Sarah Paige struggles to save her business and her self-destructive teen daughter while also coping with her best friend’s cancer diagnosis, and dating two unexpected suitors.
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- Riches and Rags by Camille Nagasaki
- Five O’Clock Shadow by Karen Lenfestey
- Below Average by Lianne Stokes
- Driving Me Wild by Maria Benson
- Love Her Madly by M. Elizabeth Lee
- Lost in the Starlight by Kiki Archer
- Brake Failure by Alison Brodie
- Contents Under Pressure by Ellen Prentiss Campbell
- Pink Lies by Haley Todd Kitts
- Speaking in Tungs by Karla Jay
- Love and Fat Free Cheese by Crissy Sharp
- Love Leads the Way by Claudia Pemberton
- The Runaway Midwife by Patricia Harman
- A Portrait of Emily Price by Katherine Reay
- Tin Cans by Lise Freeman
- Love Connection by Camilla Isley
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