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To Love the Brooding Baron

Flint’s (Games in a Ballroom) slow-burn romance focuses on many mental health issues related to Henry and his family, while Arabella is a major support to him. Readers may still be troubled by Henry’s assumptions and inaction regarding his sister’s well-being for much of the story.

An Ocean of Courage and Fear

Especially for historical fiction buffs with knowledge of World War II’s Pacific theater of operations.

Elise’s Home Kitchen: Eat Dessert First

Thomas’s debut cookbook is a simple yet satisfying collection of recipes tailor-made for fans of the Cookie Co. franchise.

The Orchids of Ashthorne Hall

In Anderson’s (The Art of Love and Lies) latest, the ghost’s tragic story, relayed through laments at the start of each chapter, and Hyacinth’s quest to discover more about the ghost will take readers through a whirlwind of emotions, much more so than the rushed romance between Lucas and Hyacinth.

An Inconvenient Letter

Readers will enjoy how Etta and Gerard try to detangle themselves from the messiness of their lives and loves in Wright’s (Windsong Manor) latest, reminiscent of the humor and romantic hoax in Jenny Han’s To All the Boys I’ve Loved Before.

Protecting Her Heart

Readers will delight in this suspenseful Victorian mystery mixed with a slow-burn romance and will enjoy seeing many characters from other series installments play an integral role in solving the murder. Those new to the series should start with The Matchmaker’s Lonely Heart.

Under the Java Moon: A Novel of World War II

This excellent historical novel based on a true story will be eagerly consumed by readers interested in the era.


Windsong Manor

Wright (A Captain for Caroline Gray) will win over many romance aficionados with characters who mature and become more self-aware throughout this chaste but tender romantic tale.

The Queen and the Knave

Eden’s final Dread Penny Society novel (following The Bachelor and the Bride) thrills with Fitz and Móirín racing to solve the Tempest’s deadly hide-and-seek games, while their witty and playful banter keeps their love story as spirited as the characters themselves. Highly recommended, but read the series in order.

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