Books by Lisa Wingate

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The Book of Lost Friends

I've been aware of Lisa Wingate's writing for many years, but it wasn't until I picked up a copy of Before We Were Yours in the summer of 2017 that I considered myself a fan. In the almost three years since that day, I've read several of her backlist titles and I'm now completely under her spell. So ...

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Over the Moon at the Big Lizard Diner

Occasionally I like to dip into Women’s Fiction, where the stories have sharper depictions of today’s real problems and less fairy tale-like resolutions than straight contemporary romances. Lisa Wingate’s Over the Moon at the Big Lizard Diner was an angst-filled read, but warmth and great com ...

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Lone Star Cafe

The Lonestar Cafe is a sweet contemporary novel about a driven young woman who has problems at work, problems with her family, and problems with her love life. When a detour sends her to the Crossroads Cafe, her life takes a detour as well. Laura Draper works for a big publishin ...

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Texas Cooking

I admit to a streak of sentimentality. I want the characters in my books to reconcile with their estranged families, forgive their enemies, learn from their mistakes, and live happily ever after behind a white picket fence (or turreted battlement, as the case may be). So I don't mind when a romance ...