Category Archives: Book Reviews: Romance

Librarian Reccommended: Girls on Fire by Robin Wasserman

This cross-over new adult book is on fire! Set in the 90’s grunge era, in small town USA, Hannah/Dex is a misfit loner who somehow manages to become friends with new girl Lacey in the aftermath of the town’s football … Continue reading

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Librarian Recommended Reads – Fire Touched by Patricia Briggs

Fire Touched is #9 in the Mercy Thompson series by Patricia Briggs. The Fae are still in hiding but the Grey Lords escalate their quiet war against the Humans and Werewolves collectively, when they send a troll out to attack … Continue reading

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Delectable by Adrianne Lee

Delectable  (Big Sky Pie #1)  Adrianne Lee   Montana real estate agent Quint McCoy will tell you that the most important thing is location, location, location. It’s a lesson he learns all too well when he goes incommunicado for a … Continue reading

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It Started with Paris by Cathy Kelly

It all started with Paris. At the top of the Eiffel Tower, a young man proposes to his girlfriend, cheered on by delighted tourists.  In that second, everything changes, not just for the happy couple, but for the family and … Continue reading

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The Rose Petal Beach by Dorothy Koomson

Every love story has a dangerous twist. Tamia Brenett is horrified when her husband, Scott, is accused of something terrible – but when she discovers who his accuser is, everything goes into freefall. Backed into a corner and unsure what … Continue reading

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