The synopsis drew me to The Sound of Violet with its unique characters and situation. Second chances, forgiveness and relevant topics of autism and human trafficking you’ll want to grab a box of chocolates and enjoy this heartwarming romance.
Narrated by Piper Goodeve, The Matchmakers of Minnow Bay by Kelly Harms offers friendship, romance and the journey of one woman who finds herself when she’s evicted from her apartment. Sometimes change isn’t a bad thing…
The Kindred Spirits Supper Club Amy E. Reichert delivered a small-town romance that was sweet with touches of paranormal elements alongside small-town troubles and charm.
I was in the mood for a low angst, feel good romance, and One Snowy Night by Patience Griffin, hit the spot. Small-town charm, cute puppies and second chances. Grab a cup of hot cocoa and see why you need to add it to your bookshelf.
I look forward to Debbie Macomber’s holiday read each Christmas and this year she delivered Jingle All the Way. Mosquitoes, snakes and romance await you…
A Very Perry Christmas by Marie Landry delivered a delightful romance and family story as Evan takes his girl to meet his siblings for a week of Perry Christmas. Heartfelt, festive and swoon-worthy readers will want to snuggle up with A Very Perry Christmas.
We are back once again with the Hannigan sisters in Fireflies in the Field by Elizabeth Bromke, narrated by Lisa Larsen. While we engage with all the sisters, this book shifts the focus to Megan and her land she inherited.
Looking for the perfect escape read? The Somerset Girls by Lori Foster, transports readers to Sunset, Kentucky and delivers two sweet, heartfelt romances filled with family, snark, and loveable animals.