• Outfoxed


    Metz, Melinda

    "Victoria Michaud has lived in Fox Crossing her entire life without encountering the fabled fox. And then, on the day of her thirtieth birthday, she spots a beautiful, golden-eyed vixen . . . right before she also recognizes Bowen Gower, the guy who made her high school years hell. So much for good luck. Victoria already has enough to deal with, between running her Junk & Disorderly antique store and refereeing her divorcing, bickering parents. There are a lot of things Bowen doesn't remember about growing up in this town on the Appalachian trail, and some he's chosen to forget....

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  • Vanishing Hour

    Vanishing Hour

    Griffin, Laura

    "Corporate lawyer Ava Burch has had enough of the big city and the daily grind. She grew up in rural Texas, where her father raised search-and-rescue dogs, and has moved to the small town of Cuervo to spend time in the dry, rugged wilderness near Big Bend National Park. When she and her dog, Huck, discover an abandoned campsite on a volunteer search-and-rescue mission, she's perplexed, but she carefully photographs it all the same. All Grant Wycoff can see when he looks at Ava is a city slicker -- with her designer jeans and shiny car -- who has no...

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  • The Wedding Ranch

    The Wedding Ranch

    Naigle, Nancy

    "When Lorri Walker's husband gifted her with a mastiff puppy on Valentine's Day, she believed he was recommitting himself to their marriage after going astray. Six months later, he left both her and their dog for someone else. Since her recent move to Dalton Mill to unbraid herself from the past, Lorri's growing mastiff, Mister, has plenty of space to romp, and her ex in Raleigh can fade to a distant memory. Ryder Bolt is haunted by the tragic loss of his wife and young son seven years ago. Thankfully, ranching keeps Ryder busy, and spending time with his niece...

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  • The Edge of Summer

    The Edge of Summer

    Shipman, Viola

    "Devastated by the sudden death of her mother -- a quiet, loving and intensely private Southern seamstress called Miss Mabel, who overflowed with pearls of Ozarks wisdom but never spoke of her own family -- Sutton Douglas makes the impulsive decision to pack up and head north to the Michigan resort town where she believes she'll find answers to the lifelong questions she's had about not only her mother's past but also her own place in the world. Recalling Miss Mabel's sewing notions that were her childhood toys, Sutton buys a collection of buttons at an estate sale from Bonnie...

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  • Honey and Spice

    Honey and Spice

    Babalola, Bolu

    "Introducing internationally bestselling author Bolu Babalola's dazzling debut novel, full of passion, humor, and heart, that centers on a young Black British woman who has no interest in love and unexpectedly finds herself caught up in a fake relationship with the man she warned her girls about Sweet like plantain, hot like pepper. They taste the best when together... Sharp-tongued (and secretly soft-hearted) Kiki Banjo has just made a huge mistake. As an expert in relationship-evasion and the host of the popular student radio show Brown Sugar, she's made it her mission to make sure the women of the African-Caribbean...

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  • A Private Spy

    A Private Spy

    Le Carré, John

    "An archive of letters written by the late John le Carré, giving readers access to the intimate thoughts of one of the greatest writers of our time The never-before-seen correspondance of John le Carré, one of the most important novelists of our generation, are collected in this beautiful volume. During his lifetime, le Carré wrote numerous letters to writers, spies, politicians, artists, actors and public figures. This collection is a treasure trove, revealing the late author's humour, generosity, and wit--a side of him many readers have not previously seen"--

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  • Sons of Thunder

    Sons of Thunder

    Johnstone, William W.

    It sounds like an easy job: track down the lady friend of notorious outlaw Duke Winter and bring her in for questioning. There's just one problem: Slash and Pecos have never met a woman like Miss Fannie Diamond, a glamorous showgirl who's prettier than a French poodle, slicker than a Dodge City gambler, and more slippery than a Mojave rattlesnake. She knows that Slash and Pecos are coming for her and has no intention of being caught--not without one hell of a fight. By the time the duo arrive at the Rocky Mountain mining camp where Miss Diamond is performing,...

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  • Leopard's Scar

    Leopard's Scar

    Feehan, Christine

    "The moment Meiling sees Gedeon she knows he's a leopard shifter--just as she knows she can't trust him. Meiling doesn't take chances, life has taught her better than that. So why does she find herself rescuing this deadly, gorgeous man, when she knows she'd be better off leaving him to die? Gedeon is used to women throwing themselves at him, not throwing his injured body over their beautiful, deceptively strong shoulders and carrying him to safety. He might be embarrassed, if he wasn't so aroused by the very thought of this feisty lotus blossom. As they strike up a working...

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  • Guadalupe Canyon

    Guadalupe Canyon

    Cox, Paul

    "The saga of Monte Segundo, Rosa Bustamonte and Billy Cabott continues as the trio is unwillingly drawn into a military search and rescue mission along the 1916 U.S.-Mexican border. Soon it is discovered that the woman they are looking for, an Eastern aristocrat, was not injured or lost but has been kidnapped. Believing the woman has been taken by bandits, the search continues deep into Guadalupe Canyon. However, what the combined patrol of civilians and soldiers eventually discover stuns everyone but must remain a closely guarded secret"--

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  • Situationship


    Adair, Marina

    "In a witty modern twist on How Stella Got Her Groove Back, New York Times bestselling author Marina Adair blends the fun of falling in love with a thoughtful and heartfelt exploration of modern family dynamics when two former teenage crushes reunite unexpectedly for a second chance at love. Complicated and steamy, Situationship shines a light on romantic and family relationships that don't easily fit into any box. The sand and surf of California's coastal Pacific Cove is the charming backdrop for New York Times bestselling author Marina Adair's fun and sexy novel about getting back on track after life...

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