Morgan, Sarah

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The Book Club Hotel

Fans of Christina Lauren, Debbie Macomber, Susan Wiggs, Jenny Colgan, or Mary Kay Andrews will want to put Morgan’s lastest on hold immediately.

The Christmas Sisters

With the variety of personalities here, it's easy to find one character in particular to identify with to still root for the entire family. The Scottish Highland setting adds special moments in this tender family drama.

How To Keep a Secret

Morgan (Moonlight over Manhattan) transitions from contemporary romance to women's fiction with this winner. Her lovingly created characters come to life, the dialog rings true, and readers will fly through the pages and then wish for more.

Moonlight over Manhattan

This touching seasonal sparkler delivers on all counts, whether readers live in Manhattan or not. Morgan (Holiday in the Hamptons) lives near London, England. [See Best Genre Fiction 2017, Romance, p. 28.]

Holiday in the Hamptons

Sweet, sexy, and funny, this addictive tale exudes seaside charm and canine affection and delightfully keeps its promise of a happy ending. Morgan (New York, Actually) lives near London, England.

Miracle on 5th Avenue

Sexy, touching, and often hilarious, this rewarding tale stands on its own while being the perfect conclusion to Morgan's popular series. RITA Award winner Morgan (Sunset in Central Park) lives near London, England.

First Time in Forever

Morgan (Maybe This Christmas) captures a vivid and authentic setting that works perfectly in this warmhearted tale. Readers will relish the breezy dialog and empathize with the plights of the imperfect yet strong and likable characters.

Maybe This Christmas

Two friends finally give in to their feelings in this title that brims with Vermont small-town warmth and begs for a hot cup of cocoa. Morgan (Suddenly Last Summer) lives in Windsor, West Berkshire, UK.

A Night of No Return

A grief-stricken, tormented hero unable to forgive the past and a caring, responsible heroine who helps him heal eventually find love in this deeply emotional romance that is typical of RITA Award winner Morgan’s (Defying the Prince) work. Morgan lives near London, England.

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