The Backup Plan by Jill Shalvis is the newest standalone romance novel in the Sunrise Cove series. An inheritance attached to a Wild West B&B has Alice returning home. She and two people she once thought of as friends must work together to reopen the B&B. Along the way, friendships will be renewed and love will be found. You’ll want to snuggle up with this five cup read.
A Wish for Winter by Viola Shipman takes us to Petoskey, Michigan, a lakeside community where we meet Susan, her grandparents and their employees at the family bookstore, Sleigh By the Bay. Susan’s grandparents have a unique love story, and Susan has been searching for her own Kris Kringle. The tale that unfolds will delight you…..
I was eager to dive into Voice of Fear by Heather Graham, not just for Patrick Law’s story but to see the case involving human trafficking and those of a cop who is still searching for a victim, even in death.
I was drawn to The Book Haters’ Book Club by Gretchen Anthony with it’s promise of book talk, humor and family. This women’s fiction story delivered a heart-felt humorous story about the Over the Rainbow Bookstore and what happens when one co-owners dies… the one who actually loved books.
Sarah Addison Allen is a favorite author whose stories I remember details too, long after the book has been closed. Other Birds is her newest release that takes us to Mallow Island off the coast of South Carolina, to the Dellawisp, a sanctuary for birds and lost souls.
The One Who Loves You by Pippa Grant is the first audiobook in the Tickled Pink romcom series featuring the Lightly family. First up is thirty-year-old Phoebe Lightly, who has spent her life working towards running the family empire, but all that changes when her grandmother has a near-death experience and sets Phoebe’s world on end.