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Dirty Little Secret by Jennifer Echols

If you like country music, Dirty Little Secret is a great summer read.  Bailey and her sister Julie have been singing together as long as she can remember.  But now, Bailey has been relegated to playing back-up to costumed country … Continue reading

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The Time Between by Karen White

Growing up on one of the South Carolina outerbanks islands, Eleanor was a wild child who knew no fear and who loved to play the piano.  Her sister was the beauty queen.  Now in her 30′s, Eleanor lives with her … Continue reading

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Missing You by Harlan Coben

NYPD Detective Kat Donovan finds herself in a place where her past, present, future and current case all merge.  It took years for her to recover from her father’s murder which was shortly followed by her fiance calling it quits … Continue reading

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Feel the Heat by Kate Meader

Lili DeLuca set aside her plans for grad school and took over managing her family’s Italian restaurant when her mother was diagnosed with breast cancer.  Now that her mother has completed her treatment, Lili, bullied as a child because she was heavy, still … Continue reading

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Hard As It Gets by Laura Kaye

Becca Merritt needs help.  Her younger brother and only remaining family member is missing, leaving her a cryptic message which leads her to a tattoo shop called Hard Ink and Nick Rixey, former member of her late father’s Special Forces team.  Unknown … Continue reading

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The Asperkid’s Launch Pad: Home Design to Empower Everyday Superheroes by Jennifer Cook O’Toole

O’Toole, award winning author of Asperkids and The Asperkid’s (Secret) Book of Social Rules, a social worker, teacher, mother of three Asperkids and an Aspie herself, has developed a “how-to” guide for parents of children with Asperger Syndrome (AS) on how to best … Continue reading

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The Complete Guide to Getting a Job for People With Asperger’s Syndrome by Barbara A. Bissonnette

Bissonette, certified career development coach for adults with Asperger’s Syndrome (AS) and author of Asperger’s Syndrome Workplace Survival Guide (2010) has created a handbook to guide adults with AS through the job search process to successful employment.  Her step by step guide … Continue reading

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Me Before You by Jojo Moyes

What makes life worth living?  Will Traynor is struggling with this very question since an accident left him paralyzed from the shoulders down and often in excruciating pain.  Confined to a wheelchair and dependent on others to assist with even the most … Continue reading

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Covet by Tracey Graves

Claire and Chris Canton are living the quintessential suburban life in Johnson County, Kansas when the recession hits and Chris gets laid off from his job.  With a generous severance package Chris is sure that he will be able to … Continue reading

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The Engagements by J. Courtney Sullivan

“A diamond is forever” . . .  the phrase that started it all.  Follow the story of one fabulous diamond engagement ring as it becomes a symbol of love and commitment for four couples over the span of 60 years … Continue reading

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