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Once Dishonored

In her own signature style, paying impeccable attention to period details, Putney continues to vindicate the honor of scoundrels in this fifth entry of the stunning “Rogues Redeemed” series (after Once a Spy). Fans of historicals will root for our brave, intelligent heroine and the hero who stands beside her.
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Sorry Not Sorry

A complicated, complex, and not always likable cast of characters star in Ranald’s (It’s Not You, It’s Him) latest, making the story both entertaining and real. The perfect book for lovers of British romantic drama-comedies.
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Tough Talking Cowboy

Ryan’s skillful balance of romance and drama in her third entry in the “Wild Rose Ranch” series (after Restless Rancher) will appeal to readers who enjoy a heart-warming story that also grapples with the difficult issues of PTSD, drug abuse, and childhood trauma.
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Nowhere To Hide

Kelly continues the Winchester brothers family mysteries in this second series outing (after Watching You) with a fast-paced, sexy romance that true crime fans and mystery-obsessed readers will love.
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Until the End

In this pulse-pounding, military-heavy romance, Rushdan’s well-crafted characters jump off the page and will captivate lovers of romantic thrillers.
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Lethal Redemption

Fans of military and private security series with brave and vulnerable men and women will enjoy this gritty romantic suspense, which features levity and a tight-knit group of characters.
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The Shape of Night

Fans of multiple genres will follow Gerritsen’s meandering story through the realms of mystery, paranormal romance, erotica, and psychological suspense to its compelling conclusion. [Prepub Alert, 4/28/19.]
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Butterfly in Frost

Fans of Day’s “Crossfire” series will relish this subtle and emotional companion piece and its unflinching look at depression and loss. However, the novella’s abrupt twist of an ending and point-of-view shift feels a little out of left field and might leave some readers wishing that this story could have been fleshed out more in a full-length novel.
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