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The Good Sister

The Good Sister is one part heartbreaking story of sacrifice on the level on Von Trier’s Breaking the Waves, one part Mommie Dearest, and it packs a memorable emotional wallop. Rose and Fern share a special bond – they’re twin sisters. Rose has a husband, Owen, whom she loves deeply even th ...

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Semi-Scripted

Marisol Gutierrez travels to the U.S. to pitch their nonprofit at a grant conference. The competition is stiff, Marisol is not usually the organization’s spokesperson, and she is especially nervous to do it all in her second language of English, but has stepped in at the last minute and is determi ...

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Truly Madly Montana

Reasons I was really excited to pick up this book: hot Aussie, hot Aussie in scrubs, non-traditional heroine, heroine with disorder, small town cast of characters, librarian secondary hero, characters who actually talk to each other, and friends-to-lovers trope (well, kinda). Reasons the book then l ...

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Defender

I’m always eager to read romances in unusual settings, so Catherine Mann’s latest military romance, Defender, set entirely in Turkey, appealed to me. While I found most of the characters interesting, there are too many separate threads to give it a hearty recommendation. Captain Jimmy Gage is ...

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Involuntary Daddy

Rachel Lee's Conard County series is a favorite of mine and I was eagerly awaiting this book. While it was not at all a bad one and had several elements I thoroughly enjoyed, it was marred by a heroine who came perilously close to wallowing in self-pity and an absense of chemistry between the hero a ...