Bette Lee Crosby’s. stories stay with me long after I’ve closed the book. Such was the case with Emily, Gone. Grab your tissues, some wine, and turn off your phone. Travel with me to 1971 and the sleepy town of Hesterville, Georgia.
The Best of Us by Robyn Carr is the fourth book in the Sullivan’s Crossing series and delivers not one but two romances. Small town charm, growing pains and unexpected surprises await you in Colorado.
Spring Forward by Catherine Anderson is the fourth novel in the Mystic Creek series. Set in, Mystic Creek, Oregon Anderson shares the tale of a widowed father, an elderly rancher and his granddaughter. Mix in an ornery dog and a nasty manager of a retirement community and you’ll discover a tale that will make you smile, laugh aloud and even shed a tear or two.
Every Dog Has His Day by Jenn McKinlay is the third novel in the Bluff Point Romance series. A kitten named Chaos, two adorable little girls and a well-developed, slow-burning romance left me grinning from ear to ear. Grab a cup of cocoa and check out my coffee dates with this delightful, heartwarming romance….
I adored Sweet Tea and Sympathy by Molly Harper, book one in the Southern Eclectic series, so it only made sense to read the prequel novella, Save a Truck, Ride a Redneck. The story shares a second chance romance and introduces us to the wild and zany folks of Lake Sackett, Georgia.