Wrong Number, Right Woman

By Jae

Denny is shy and introverted, qualities that do not fare well in the dating scene. She is also hard-working, kind-hearted, and fun to be with. She lives a contented life, with a steady job and a cozy family. Out of the blue, a text message...

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The Fitzgeralds of Dublin Series

Books 1 - 3 Box Set
By Lorna Peel

The Fitzgeralds of Dublin series box set by Lorna Peel is comprised of the first three books of this historical family saga, taking place in Dublin in the 1880s. The protagonists, Will Fitzgerald and Isobel Stevens, meet in the first book, A Scarlet Woman. Isobel,...

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Language Barrier

By Russell Cornhill

Language Barrier is a work of fiction in the humor, paranormal fantasy, and magical realism sub-genres, and was penned by author Russell Cornhill. In this whimsical, dry, and highly amusing work, we met protagonist Daniel Nichols at the tender age of seventy-three. When Daniel is...

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Becoming Santa

The Nantucket Tuck You Inn Series
By Jacqueline Gillam Fairchild

Becoming Santa is a work of fiction in the holiday drama, emotional fiction, and cozy reads sub-genres, and was penned by author Jacqueline Gillam Fairchild. Written as a novel in the Nantucket Tuck You Inn Series, this charming work follows the exploits of a mysterious...

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A Red Dress

Murder in the Green Mountain State
By G.L. Taylor

A Red Dress: Murder in the Green Mountain State by G.L. Taylor is the fictionalized memoir of the author, portrayed in the story as Officer Ben Fields, a policeman in Vermont at a time when an absolutely heinous crime rocks the coupled rural towns of...

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Fishing for Something

By Andrew Scott Bassett

In Fishing for Something by Andrew Scott Bassett, John Barrett's life is spiraling downwards. His wife Darlene has just left him, he is overworked and underpaid. To make matters worse, his estranged brother Audie arrives in Oregon with the news of his father's passing and...

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Mommy in the Crazy Corona World

By Mrs. Tanya L. Mahller

Mommy in the Crazy Corona World is a humorous social issues picture book for adults written by Tanya L. Mahller and illustrated by Bhumi Loupito. Moms are having an awfully rough time navigating the world as transformed by the coronavirus. It’s one thing for some...

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Love & Homegrown Magic

By Patricia Bossano

Love & Homegrown Magic by Patricia Bossano is a delightful story of the life of Maggie, born into poverty in the rural backcountry of South America. Dolores and Vincente, Maggie’s parents, were determined their children should receive a good education, and everything in their lives...

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Nine Strange and Curious Tales

of Criminals, Fools, and the Macabre
By Jeremy Beck

Nine Strange and Curious Tales of Criminals, Fools, and the Macabre, written by Jeremy Beck, is a unique compilation of short stories. Although it is classified as fiction, several stories are based on real-life incidents in Kentucky. Most likely, these are the stories based on...

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A Robert Levin Reader

Fiction • Commentary • Jazz
By Robert Levin

A Robert Levin Reader is an eclectic mix of entertainment by jazz writer Robert Levin. Part essay, part short fiction stories, and part commentary, this volume will make you an instant fan. Levin uses irreverent humor, but I found his work to also be poignant...

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