Katelyn Browne

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For the Love of April French

Both April and Dennis are thoughtful and introspective, so Aimes’s debut novel can lean heavily on explanation. Wealth solves most of the external conflict; it’s the internal character development, supported by diverse and well-developed communities of friends, that shines.
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The Hellion’s Waltz

A good pick for fans of the series, who will recognize nods to past protagonists. It’s also an accessible starting place for those who like their romance with a side of textile arts or covert Georgian-era trade unionism.
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Uncharted

Those who prefer a close focus on the central couple may find the romantic plot slow to develop; Cinder is not present for the first third of the book. However, readers who seek out swashbuckling adventures in fictional lands will be buoyed along.
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Out on the Ice

With closed-door sex and limited conflict, this is a quiet and cozy romance that also frequently acknowledges that homophobia and biphobia make that coziness hard-won. A solid first book from newcomer Farmer.
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The Girl Next Door

Chatty, casual narration and minimal tension make for a light summer read.
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