Adult Fiction book review

Give Love a Chai by Nanxi Wen

Librarian Laura's Review of Give Love a Chai Give Love a Chai is the second book in the Common Threads romance series published by Smartypants Romance. It can be read and enjoyed as s standalone, but it is set in Chicago in the Seduction in the City world created by the great Penny Reid. Ten… Continue reading Give Love a Chai by Nanxi Wen

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Mad About Ewe by Susannah Nix

Librarian Laura's Review of Mad About Ewe Dawn Botstein is in her 50's and is newly divorced from Jerry in a mostly amicable split. They raised two boys who have now flown the nest, leaving Dawn in solitude. Thankfully, she finds happiness in her fiber arts store, Mad About Ewe. On one day at the… Continue reading Mad About Ewe by Susannah Nix

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Second First Impressions by Sally Thorne

Ruthie Midona, a 25 year old introvert, is left in charge of Providence Luxury Retirement Villa while her boss Sylvia goes on a cruise. Providence is made up of 40 condo units for the elderly who are wealthy enough to afford the luxurious accommodations. Providence is also home to a large amount of endangered gold… Continue reading Second First Impressions by Sally Thorne

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Marriage and Murder by Penny Reid

If you've been following my reviews for any time at all, you can probably recall my extreme fondness for Penny Reid and her beloved Winston Brothers series. Those bearded brothers, especially Cletus, have my fictional heart. Imagine my delight when Penny created the Solving for Pie cozy mystery series featuring Cletus Winston and his lady,… Continue reading Marriage and Murder by Penny Reid

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Down for Her by Melissa Chambers

LIBRARIAN LAURA'S REVIEW OF DOWN FOR HER Down for Her is the first book in the Destiny Dunes series by Melissa Chambers, publishing March 23, 2021. This is a reverse Cinderella, riches-to-rags, and opposites attract type of romance. It takes place in a small Southern town at an atmospheric beach resort. The romance level is… Continue reading Down for Her by Melissa Chambers

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Must Love Cowboys by Carly Bloom

Must Love Cowboys is the third book in the Once Upon a Time in Texas series by Carly Bloom. I read this one as a standalone and enjoyed it so much! It will release on April 27th through Forever Publishing. Not only is this a small town cowboy romance, it is also a very well… Continue reading Must Love Cowboys by Carly Bloom

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The One That I Want by Piper Sheldon

Librarian Laura's Review of The One That I Want Roxanne "Roxy" Kincaid is in Denver for a hospitality conference, hoping to gain skills and contacts to help work her way up the ladder a little bit at the Donner Lodge. It's refreshing to be in a place where no one knows about her past as… Continue reading The One That I Want by Piper Sheldon

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Bet the Farm by Staci Hart

Librarian Laura's Review of Bet the Farm Olivia "Livi" Brent left the family farm many years ago, opting for life as a city girl in New York with her aunt, while she earned a degree. She never thought she'd see the day when she had to return under such sad circumstances. Her grandfather, Frank, "Pop"… Continue reading Bet the Farm by Staci Hart

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Hold the Forevers by K.A. Linde

If you are a fan of angsty love triangles and steamy romance, then Hold the Forevers by K.A. Linde is one you will not want to miss. Delilah "Lila" Greer has a problem, a problem with no possible way to fix it without someone getting hurt. She's in love with two men: Cole and Ash.… Continue reading Hold the Forevers by K.A. Linde

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Dewey Belong Together by Ann Whynot

Librarian Laura's Review of Dewey Belong Together I read Ann Whynot's debut novel as a standalone, because I haven't read the entire Green Valley Library series in order just yet. It was so well written and there were so many sweet moments between Max and Jonathan that I won't soon forget. Though its a romantic… Continue reading Dewey Belong Together by Ann Whynot