Four Letter Word by J. Daniels: Author Q&A and Giveaway

On sale October 4th (tomorrow!) is Four Letter Word, a new romance from J. Daniels. You may be familiar with her Sweet Addiction or Alabama Summer series- both are very popular! This was actually my first time reading this author, and I thought Four Letter Word was a sexy, emotional read. It all starts out […]

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Two by Two by Nicholas Sparks: Spotlight and Giveaway

Nicholas Sparks’ Two by Two is hitting shelves in just one week. To celebrate, Hachette is sharing an early peek at the book and offering two copies for giveaway. Two by Two is about a husband and father who is dealing with some unexpected life changes. It’s about love, family and the bond between a father and […]

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The Bookshop on the Corner by Jenny Colgan – Spotlight and Giveaway

In The Bookshop on the Corner, English librarian Nina Redmond is out of a job when her library downsizes to focus more on digital content. She decides to pick up the library’s discards and start her own mobile library, relocating from Birmingham to the Scottish Highlands. Her library bus soon has the whole town reading, […]

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Spotlight and Giveaway: All the Ugly and Wonderful Things

There was a lot of buzz and chatter about All the Ugly and Wonderful Things this summer. I’d heard about this forbidden love story and how it is somewhat of an uncomfortable read. I’m not one to shy away from a controversial book, though, and I eagerly tore through this one recently. This riveting story […]

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The Art of Holding On and Letting Go by Kristin Bartley Lenz

In The Art of Holding On and Letting Go, homeschooler and competitive climber Cara’s life falls off balance when the unthinkable happens. Cara is left to pick up the pieces in unfamiliar territory when she moves in with her grandparents. Detroit is much different than her California mountain cabin home, plus she has to adjust […]

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The Boy Who Killed Grant Parker by Kat Spears

In The Boy Who Killed Grant Parker, Luke moves from the city to the country to live with his Baptist pastor father. He is soon labeled a troublemaker and earns the disdain of the town golden boy Grant Parker. But when Grant gets injured, Luke goes from zero to hero, and the bullied becomes the […]

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