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Promising review: "This book was a lot of fun, sexy, with a compelling story.[...] Lots of erotic tension and a deeply satisfying ending.Definitely dive into this one." —Roxane Gay Get it from Amazon for .99 , Barnes & Noble for .19, or find it through Indiebound or your local library.Josh and Hazel have known each other since college, and they've always been opposites — Hazel, spontaneous and action-seeking; Josh, responsible and mild-mannered.Promising review: "Their devotion to God, their family, and their business is so inspiring, and their honesty and integrity is motivational.This book was very encouraging to my own entrepreneurial efforts." —Sarah Grace Grzy Get it from Amazon for .25, Barnes & Noble for .94, or find it through Indiebound or your local library.When Lily Bloom, a former small-town girl running her own business in Boston, starts dating neurosurgeon Ryle Kincaid (despite his apparent aversion to relationships) she finds herself overwhelmed by questions about this new setup, and by thoughts of her first love, Atlas Corrigan — thoughts that only get stronger when Atlas finds his way back into her life. Promising review: "An unputdownable, feel good, MUST READ romance — I couldn't get enough.I'm ready for more where this came from, Alexa Martin.

I'm ready for more of that yummy heartache and the fury and the sweet romance.Unfortunately, the local young men are very charming and Burgundy seems to be made for romance. " —Sara Get it from Amazon for .82 , Barnes & Noble for .23 , or find it through Indiebound or your local library.My Grape Year is the first in Bradbury's Grape Series memoirs. Don Tillman is a brilliant but socially awkward professor who's decided it's time to get married — with the help of a very scientific 16-page "Wife Project" survey he developed to ensure he'll end up with someone possessing only the qualities he seeks. But she's on a search of her own — to find her biological father — and when Don helps her develop the "Father Project," their relationship takes on a life of its own.I love all the details about Burgundy, the cuisine, the wine. In this retelling of Pride and Prejudice set in Pakistan, the Binat family is struggling to save face in the aftermath of a social scandal that has emptied their fortune and all but guaranteed that the five daughters will remain unmarried.I felt like I found a kindred spirit." —Aniko Nagyne vig Get it from Amazon or Barnes & Noble for .99, or find it through Indiebound or your local library. When they receive an invitation to a big wedding, and one of the daughters catches the eye of a successful bachelor, it seems the family's luck is about to change.

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