Laura Brosie

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Glam Squad & Groomsmen

This is a short, sweet story about two people who fell in love at the wrong time but get a second chance to see if it can work out. The story is a bit predictable but well written and satisfying.

A Lady's Guide to Etiquette and Murder

Fans of Tasha Alexander, Ashley Gardner, and Rhys Bowen would enjoy. ["This delightful debut historical mystery introduces an appealing and smart female lead who relishes her newfound independence. The supporting cast of equally captivating characters further complement this atmospheric historical, set in the ballrooms and breakfast rooms of Victorian London": LJ 7/18 starred review of the Kensington pb.]

The Good Liar

This well-written, perfectly paced story features twists and turns that are delightfully unexpected. Recommend to fans of character-driven suspense. ["The author builds suspense in steady, page-turning steps all while drawing the reader into the lives of her characters": LJ Xpress Reviews 3/23/18 review of the Lake Union hc.]

The Day She Can't Forget

An optional purchase; recommend to listeners who enjoy slow-paced family stories.

The Saturday Evening Girls Club

Recommend to historical fiction and women's fiction fans.

Someone To Love

Only die-hard Balogh fans will find this one on par with other first books in a new series. ["A stunning romance…intriguing premise, [and] well-designed plot…get Balogh's latest series off to a magnificent start": LJ 10/15/16 review of the Signet pb.]

Sister Dear

Though a bit predictable, this will be enjoyed by fans of thrillers light on on-page violence. An optional purchase.

A Noble Masquerade

Listeners who enjoy Georgette Heyer or who love a sweet Regency romance will relish this debut novel.

Anything for You

An emotionally satisfying romance for fans of Debbie Macomber and Susan Mallery. ["An irresistible, often touching story that is tender, sexy, and hilarious as only Higgins can write it": LJ 12/15 starred review of the HQN: Harlequin pb.]

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