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Hidden by Shelley Shepard Gray

(Sisters of the Heart series, Book 1) Anna Metzger has finally seen her abusive boyfriend for what he is, an overgrown bully. And after she experiences his violent behavior first hand, she realized that she must go into hiding to … Continue reading

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Unlocked By Karen Kingsbury

Holden Harris has autism and is a great high school student. Holden is 18 years old and being bullied by the high school football team. Holden is happy, healthy, and loves music. The childhood friend of Ella Reynolds is a … Continue reading

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Private Justice by Terri Blackstock

First in her Newport 911 series, Private Justice is set in the small town of Newpointe, Louisiana. As the book opens it is the week of Mardi Gras and the whole town is celebrating. Soon a dark shadow of fear … Continue reading

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A Cowboy’s Honor By Lois Richer

Gracie had a husband but Dallas Henderson gone missing. What happened to Dallas? Somehow they meet up again and Gracie cannot believe it. Where had he been all this time and why now? How could she stop her doubts and … Continue reading

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Hearts Haven By Lois Richer

Cassidy Preston is cooking at The Haven, a new outreach mission in Chicago and it’s not going to be permanent just payback for a huge favor she owed. The Very attractive boss Tyson St. John who is the owner and … Continue reading

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Healing Tides By Lois Richer

Dr. GloryAnn Cranbrook met the adorable little boy in the hospital and crossed her boundaries by becoming attached. Her compassion for the young boy and her interactions with him broke the boss’s rules. The handsome Dr. Jared Steele who opened … Continue reading

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Buddha by Deepak Chopra

Buddha by Deepak Chopra Once again, Chopra brings to life an historic figure of faith, giving us a view of the humanity, the struggles and the triumphs of Buddha. It is a fascinating story of Prince Siddhartha, who takes on … Continue reading

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In the Company of Others by Jan Karon

In this second book in The Father Tim series, Father Tim and Cynthia have traveled to a B & B in Ireland for some R & R and soon become involved with owner’s families and other guests. There is a … Continue reading

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The Expected One by Kathleen McGowan

Classed as a Mystery Thriller at the local bookstore and as Fiction at JCL, “The Expected One” follows protagonist journalist, Maureen Pascal as she does research for her new novel. In the process, she discovers ancient mysteries involving the Cathar … Continue reading

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Solemnly Swear by Nancy Moser

In Solemnly Swear, Nancy Moser offers not only mystery and suspense, but inspiration. Patti McCoy, a naïve dishwasher is on trial for her life, accused of killing her boyfriend. Brett Lerner was an arrogant opportunist with his share of dark … Continue reading

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