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Nothing But Trouble

With a charming secondary romance for Wade’s brother Wyatt, contemporary echoes of Western mail-order-bride schemes, and a small farming community filled with quirky characters, this series opener will appeal to fans of small-town romance and anyone who enjoys a “falling for the boss” story.


This latest title from Andrews (No Place Like Home; Some Girls Do) proves that you don't need to be from Texas to conquer the bull in the ring or the heart of a good woman while at the rodeo.

The Murderer's Daughter

Despite the ending, the rush up is exciting and definitely worth it. A good choice for fans of strong, female-driven thrillers and mysteries, as well as Kellerman's established fans. [See Prepub Alert, 11/3/14.]

Rome in Love

An enjoyable read for classic film and light romance fans.

The Woman Who Stole My Life

A deeply charming work, despite its unevenness, this one is recommended for Keyes fans and readers who enjoy rags-to-riches stories; book groups will find a lot to discuss. [See Prepub Alert, 1/25/15.]


Ideal for readers seeking something more socially aware and gender-conscious in their women's fiction; book groups will find lots to discuss.


Highly recommended for fans of fast-paced mysteries with strong geographic angles and appealing underdogs. [See Prepub Alert, 10/13/14.]

Not Quite Nice

Recommended for readers seeking a breezy read with a touch of romance and mystery and a heroine they can relate to.

Lillian on Life

While this book is more demanding than typical women's fiction, the rewards are worth the time. It's a strong choice for book groups and readers seeking "something different."

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