Kathryn Howe

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The Merry Viscount

What begins as a typical snowbound-at-Christmas tale evolves into an emotionally driven reflection on how love can help overcome past traumas. Perfect for readers looking for a more thoughtful holiday story.
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All the Better Part of Me

This honest coming-of-age romance will resonate with those who are discovering their own sexual identity, while Sinter and Andy’s flirtatious, tentative romance should please all lovers of the genre.
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On the Corner of Love and Hate

The main characters take some time to warm up to, but the fun story eventually carries readers along. Fans of enemies-to-lovers rom-coms (such as Sally Thorne’s The Hating Game) will enjoy, as will political junkies.
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The One Who Stays

The pages are practically drenched in the scent of lilacs and fresh paint in this delightful new series debut from Blake (“Destiny, Ohio” series). Readers looking for a gentle summer romance with a dose of family secrets will wish they could stay on Summer Island.
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Her Deadly Secrets

Fast-paced, with well-rounded secondary characters and two tough-as-nails protagonists, this newest series entry from the author of the popular “Tracers” books will satisfy adrenaline-addicted romance readers.
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Saint

Fernando (Going Rogue) kicks off her “Knights of Fury” series with a story that’s more emotionally driven than action-packed, focusing on the heroine’s struggle for independence as much as the romance.

The Wallflower Wager

Dare (The Governess Game) has created a deliciously sexy take on Lady and the Tramp. Laugh-out-loud scenes involving a runaway otter, a foul-mouthed parrot, and a scene-stealing hedgehog balance out the darker, more introspective topics of the characters’ childhood abuse and neglect.
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Texas Legacy

Fans will welcome this novella that revisits the Leigh family decades later while enjoying the emotionally satisfying love story between the two likable main players.

Just Once

Handeland (The Farmer's Wife) has created an emotionally complex story about grief that alternates between the present day and decades-long flashbacks. Each character is portrayed as sympathetic, making for a much more satisfying read than the typical cookie-cutter love triangle. Give this one to fans of JoJo Moyes, along with a box of tissues.

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