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Would You Rather

Ashley (Home Sweet Mess) picks two tropes that can’t miss (marriage of convenience and friends-to-lovers), throws in a bit of sweet and a dash of steam, and mixes it all together to make a love story readers will thoroughly enjoy.

Forever Home

A good addition to contemporary romance collections, as a series installment that could also stand alone.

The Matzah Ball

A fun read and a good addition to holiday romance collections.

The Secret Keeper of Jaipur

With lush details, a return to favorite characters, and emotional complexity, this story satisfies on every level.

Road Out of Winter

Readers searching for a novel fueled by fierce intelligence and empathy will find here a celebration of humanity, and a warning against its loss.

The Mirror Man

This is a cloning story that reads like a thriller, making it accessible to fans of sf and corporate espionage.


Good Girls Lie

Ellison (Tear Me Apart) has created a complex, convoluted plot that mystery fans will savor.

A Beginning at the End

Sometimes it is not the violent battles of post-apocalyptic stories that pull readers in; it is the emotional connection of humanity finding their way. Chen’s (Here and Now and Then) prose lights a brilliant, fragile path through the darkness.

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