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Double-Decker Dreams

Recommended for readers hooked on Josie Silver’s One Day in December and craving another chance-encounter-on-a-London-bus romance.

Twice in a Lifetime

Baron’s novel has aspects of speculative fiction but is grounded in reality. A good fit for readers interested in exploring a character’s inner life, dusted with a light amount of sci-fi.

A Christmas House Wedding

The latest from James is low on heat but high on love, taking readers on the perfect escape to a cozy B&B, complete with hot cocoa, snow, and twinkle lights. Best read after the first book in the series, The Christmas House.

To Get to the Other Side

This gentle contemporary romance has a unique close-proximity story line. Unfortunately, the writing style is primarily exposition and fails to draw in readers. Bear and Trixie are quirky and likable, but they remain flat characters and their interactions lack chemistry. Overall, the premise promises more than the novel is able to deliver.

Beware the Mermaids

Talick’s debut is a fun, breezy, and inspiring beach read.

The Rules of Arrangement

The bustling city of Mumbai comes alive through Bhatia’s sparkling narrative of a young woman finding her place in the world and in her family while maintaining her identity.

How Not To Drown

Though a bit overly ambitious, Wriston’s (Vanishing Acts) novel contains strong characterizations that carry this peculiar family drama to an unpredictable, but apt and positive conclusion.

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