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Review: A Doctor for Keeps by Lynne Marshall

The Heartlandia miniseries begins with a story which centers on a town in Oregon with a picturesque setting and friendly citizens. In the first book, the focus is on two residents, one a lifelong dweller while the other has just arrived and is looking for answers to personal questions. What happens when these two meet […]

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Review: A Brevia Beginning by Michelle Major

After her part in an almost tragedy, Lexi Preston leaves law behind and comes to Brevia to try and make up for her mistakes. She takes a job as a waitress in the local bar, Riley’s Place, but finds she is not quite up to the job, breaking more glasses than she delivers. U.S. Marshall […]

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Review: The Maverick and the Manhattanite by Leeanne Banks

Lissa Rourke is delighted to finally have a chance to prove what she can do. Bootstraps, her employer, has appointed her as the lead coordinator for the volunteer effort to help Rust Creek Falls, Montana, a small rural town devastated by flooding. She breezes into town with her perky attitude and immediately annoys Sheriff Gage […]

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Review – Wanted: A Real Family by Karen Rose Smith

The Mommy Club miniseries begins with a story filled with dilemmas that seem to increase instead of decline. Just when the heroine thinks her life might change for the better, another setback adds more misery. Though the main couple is not looking to start a serious relationship, inner desires keep pushing them to explore their […]

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Review: The Medic’s Homecoming by Lynne Marshall

 The second Harlequin Special Edition story taking place in Whispering Oaks reconnects the reader with a family whose members are living through many ups and downs. While one daughter seems to have her life turning out as desired, her brother is a changed man when he returns home after bravely serving his country. Lynne Marshall […]

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