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Feb 17th, 2023
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5 Must Read Romance Novels


Contemporary Romance Novels to Try

Curling up under a soft blanket, with our favorite cup of coffee, and a book in our hands is one of our favorite ways to relax. With February being a month of love, we’re finding ourselves interested in romance novels. If you’re looking for a romantic escape, these five books are sure to set your heart fluttering!

Anna Ellis, a cosmetic chemist, attempts to win the affection of her boss, Craig Kimball. Anna hopes to enlist the help of Craig’s empathetic and handsome CEO half-brother, Marco. As they pretend to be in love, Anna finds her feelings for Marco becoming increasingly real, creating a hitch in the plan.

Susie Bowen inherits a fixer-upper from her aunt and is surprised to find that her contractor is her ex’s best friend Lars. Lars witnessed their public breakup. When Lars discovers a divorce certificate in the wall with both their names on it, they work to unravel its origins. Furthermore, the intense possibility of a spark between them is hinted at.

Olivia Huang Christenson is determined to protect her grandmother’s matchmaking business. A new dating app created by L.A.’s most eligible bachelor Bennett O’Brien has proved competitive. Therefore, the two engage in a battle of wits and wills to see who can find a match for the other first. Consequently, the loser has to admit their feelings for the other.

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Nash Morgan, the chief of police, is struggling with the aftermath of being shot. Accordingly, Nash is hesitant to let anyone in. His new neighbor, Lina, sees his shadows and they have an incendiary connection. She has secrets of her own that could ruin their relationship. Despite the danger, Nash is determined to make Lina his and face the danger that nearly killed him.

Generally, Harriet and Wyn known to be a perfect couple since college, ended their relationship six months ago. Evidently, they continue to keep this news from their friends. They find themselves sharing the largest bedroom at their friend group’s yearly getaway in Maine. Here, they pretend to still be in love while their friends are unaware of their breakup. With the cottage being sold, they must keep up the facade for one last week in front of those who know them best.

Lastly, if you’re looking for an unforgettable escape, or just need a reminder of the power of love, pick up one of the books on this list and settle in for a night of romance. You won’t regret it!

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Dec 30th, 2022
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Books for Winter

10 Must Read Books for Winter


10 Must Read Books for Winter – A blend of fiction and non-fiction

The weather is getting colder, the days are getting shorter, and you want to curl up in a cozy corner with a good book. We’ve rounded up 10 must-read books for winter that are sure to keep you warm and entertained no matter what the temperature is outside.

“The Villa” by Rachel Hawkins

Firstly, “The Villa,” is a story about friendship. Emily and Chess, two childhood friends, take a trip to Italy to reconnect. They stay in a villa with a mysterious history, and Emily is determined to investigate it. Tension builds between the two as Emily discovers secrets and betrayal, leading to a story of murder.

“The Things We Do to Our Friends” by Heather Darwent

Clare moves to Edinburgh, Scotland to start a new life and meets a group of wealthy friends. Drawn into their libertine lifestyle, Clare is asked to help with a project that goes against her better judgement. As she starts to realize the depths of her friends’ ambitions, it’s too late to turn back.

“Really Good Actually” by Monica Heisey

Maggie is a Surprisingly Young Divorcée™ determined to make the most of her newfound freedom. With the help of her friends and advisor, she explores who she is meant to be. This includes the world of dating, hobbies, and career ambitions.

“Make a Wish” by Helena Hunting

Harley Spark and Gavin Rhodes reunite after seven years when they both attend a princess-themed birthday party hosted by Harley’s family. Despite her inner turmoil, Gavin suggests they get together for lunch, which could either heal old wounds or reopen them.

“Georgie, All Along” by Kate Clayborn

Georgie Mulcahy, a personal assistant from L.A., returns to her hometown and discovers a forgotten diary she wrote as a teenager. With the help of Levi Fanning, an unexpected roommate and former town troublemaker, Georgie embarks on a journey to fulfill the wishes she wrote in her diary. Along the way, she discovers that the things she truly wants may not be in the pages of her diary, but right by her side.

“The Bandit Queens” by Parini Shroff

Five years ago, Geeta loses her husband and rumors spread that she killed him. This has given her freedom and respect in her remote village, and other women have sought her advice on how to get rid of their husbands. Geeta must find a way to protect herself and the life she has built as her reputation becomes a double-edged sword, and her actions will have a lasting impact on all the women in her village.

“Venco” by Cherie Dimaline

Lucky St. James, a Métis millennial, discovers a mysterious silver spoon that leads her and her grandmother Stella on a journey to New Orleans. Along the way, they face a powerful witch-hunter and the dark money-fueled company VenCo, who are determined to restore women to their rightful power. The final showdown will determine the fate of VenCo and the future of witchcraft.

“The London Séance Society” by Sarah Penner

Additionally, “The London Seance Society” features a girl named Vaudeline D’Allaire, a renowned spiritualist. Vaudeline visits England to help solve a high-profile murder. Lenna Wickes, a skeptic of the occult, accompanies her as an understudy. Teaming up with powerful men of the Séance Society, they soon realize that they may be involved in a crime themselves.

“The Wrong Kind of Weird” by James Ramos

Cameron Carson, a member of GANU, is in a secret relationship with Karla Ortega since the summer. However, when he starts to bond with Mackenzie Briggs, he begins to question his relationship with Karla and wonders if Mackenzie could be more than a friend.

“Weather Girl” by Rachel Lynn Solomon

Ari Abrams, a TV meteorologist, and Russell Barringer, a sports reporter, have been coworkers for awhile. They team up to try to mend the relationship between Ari’s boss and her ex-husband. While working together, they start to develop feelings for each other, but Ari is hesitant to open up to Russell about her true self.

From historical fiction to romance, there’s something for everyone. So grab your favorite blanket, pour yourself a hot drink, and settle in for a long winter’s read.

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