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Book Description A charming small town. An unexpected kiss. And a life-changing Christmas they’ll never forget… Kat Bennet has one wish this Christmas—save Hope Hideaway, the women’s shelter where she works, from closing its doors for good. But to do so, she must contact someone from her past and face painful memories she’d rather forget.…

Read More The Meaning in Mistletoe (Poppy Creek, #4) by Rachael Bloome

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Book Description Dear Santa, Please bring me a new boss for Christmas. Mine is the worst. The worst, hidden in a six foot tall package of male perfection. It’d be easier if he looked like an old Scrooge, wouldn’t it? Nick Saint-Croix doesn’t look like an old scrooge. He’s hot as- Um, never mind. Just…

Read More The Boss Who Stole Christmas (Reindeer Falls #1) by Jana Aston

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Book Description Florence, 1498. The long rule of the Medici is over and a new regime has emerged from the turbulence, a genuine republic of the people. But Florence is weak and threatened by a new warlord who is rampaging across central Italy—Cesare Borgia. Niccolò Machiavelli is young and inexperienced when he becomes second secretary…

Read More The Diplomat of Florence: A Novel of Machiavelli and the Borgias by Anthony Wildman

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Book Description A poet with a history background and an artist with a love of the subject matter create words and images that remember the savage history of the Vikings. Drawn from history, from accounts such as The Sagas of Icelanders, the Vikings are remembered for more than discovery, more than savagery, but as a…

Read More The Ravens of Odin by Alexander Ness and Edmund Quinby (Illustrator)

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Book Description This immortal novella of extra-dimensional weirdness on the Danube comes to vivid life in graphic comic form thanks to the incredibly detailed black-and-white linework of talented newcomer, Sam Ford. Writer Nathan Carson’s thoughtful retelling reverently preserves the plot while breathing character-driven depth into this all-time classic. Two adventurous women, one British, one Swedish,…

Read More Algernon Blackwood’s The Willows (A Graphic Novel Adaptation) by Nathan Carson and Sam Ford

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Book Description Two childhood enemies. One adventure-filled summer. And an unexpected romance they’re trying hard to resist… Penny Heart likes to play it safe… in life and in love. When she’s asked to brave her town’s most thrilling adventures to revamp their outdated guidebook, things quickly go from bad to worse. The person assigned to…

Read More The Secret in Sandcastles (A Poppy Creek Novel, #3) by Rachael Bloome

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Book Description Eliza Carter can’t keep a secret. Except the one she’s been hiding for over eight years. And it’s not the recipe for her world-famous tiramisu. With her bakery undergoing a remodel, her son struggling in school, and planning her best friend’s wedding, Eliza’s secret is the last thing on her mind. Until her…

Read More The Truth in Tiramisu (A Poppy Creek Novel # 2) by Rachael Bloome

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Book Description Sometimes home is where you least expect it… c Cassie Hayward hates Christmas. Especially this year. No job. Flat broke. And an ex most definitely on the naughty list. But the unexpected inheritance of a Victorian cottage in the idyllic town of Poppy Creek may be the miracle Cassie needs. Except for one…

Read More The Clause in Christmas (A Poppy Creek Novel, #1) by Rachael Bloome

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Book Description More of a story than a collection of poetry, Love by Night will whisk you away from your world and into the dreamy romantic night. Love by Night begins with anxious hesitation and nervous attraction, grows into tender affection, blossoms into passionate love, delves deep into whimsical dreams, and finally builds an image…

Read More Love by Night: A Book of Poetry by S.K. Williams

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Book Description Scarlet Shadows is a chapbook of meticulously polished poetry describing a journey: from ignorance and pain to insight and hope. The poems use a combination of rhyme, meter, alliteration, assonance, and other literary techniques. My Review This short poetry collection is worth a read if you are interested in a slightly dark tone.…

Read More Scarlet Shadows by Scylla Grand

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Book Description Patience is a kindhearted country girl, eking out a living in Edwardian England as tremors of social change rock the world around her. When she starts her employment in formal service on the grounds of an opulent country manor, she has no idea that her own personal revolution is about to begin. Selfless,…

Read More Patience & Esther: An Edwardian Romance – by Sarah Winifred Searle