"Flipping" by Eichin Chang-Lim
"Unspeakable Things" by Jess Lourey
"Sarah's Song" by Vicky Whedbee
DESCRIPTION FROM AMAZON:
It’s the 1940’s in rural East Tennessee, Appalachian country. For most everyone there is only work, and possibly church, if there’s one nearby. People rise before the sun is up, work hard, go to bed early, and rest in church on Sunday. Little chance for much else to happen. Right?
So, why would keeping one little secret for over sixteen years be so important? What could possibly have happened that could change the lives of so many people, if the secret were to be revealed?
There are only three people alive that know the answer to that question. For now.
"Let His Banner Over Me Be Love" by Pat Garcia
It didn't take Chance Mancini long to accept that she had allowed let herself to fall in love with Gavino Mancini, a man much younger than she. To make matters worse, after their marriage, he'd led her into a lifestyle that she did not know of, but she had come to love. He was her, Sir.
All was well and good until she found out she couldn't give him a family, and insecurity about their relationship hunted her like a hound dog sniffing on a hunt.
Chance ran away, only to be terrorized every night in her sleep by her dreams.
Three years later, Gavino Mancini enters her life again to repossess what belongs to him––her heart and her body.
"The Lady and the Stubborn Rancher" by Arla Jones
Susan Walton is a sleuth at heart, but when she is left alone in Boston while her parents take a tour in Europe, she does the most absurd thing anyone could think of. She buys a ticket to a stagecoach and travels to Texas to find out what had happened to her maid's future husband. John Stanton is a handsome rancher but his controlling ways frustrate Susan who is headstrong and knows what she wants. Can they work together to find out the truth?
"The Texan's Favor" by D.K. Deters
DESCRIPTION AS ON AMAZON:
Ambushed, Texas Ranger Jake Fontaine's a dead man until a Kansas spinster raises her shotgun in his defense. Despite the rogue lawman's obsession to bring in his brother's killer, duty demands he escort her to the next town.Kat Collins is a thief, though an honorable one. She's on the run from controlling kin and aims to escape her past. Traveling with Jake offers the perfect cover—until her uncle finds them sharing a campfire and imposes his own kind of justice—a wedding.
Marriage will cost Jake his freedom, but refusing may cost him his life. Kat figures he's bound to recognize her on a wanted poster. Would sharing passionate nights in his arms be worth the peril?
"The House Guest" by Mark Edwards
When British twenty-somethings Ruth and Adam are offered the chance to spend the summer housesitting in New York, they can’t say no. Young, in love and on the cusp of professional success, they feel as if luck is finally on their side.
So the moment that Eden turns up on the doorstep, drenched from a summer storm, it seems only right to share a bit of that good fortune. Beautiful and charismatic, Eden claims to be a friend of the homeowners, who told her she could stay whenever she was in New York.
They know you’re not supposed to talk to strangers—let alone invite them into your home—but after all, Eden’s only a stranger until they get to know her.
As suspicions creep in that Eden may not be who she claims to be, they begin to wonder if they’ve made a terrible mistake…
"The Edge of Memory" by Maura Beth Brennan
When your childhood is cut short by murder and treachery, it's not easy to live a normal life. At the tender age of nine, Harriet witnessed her father beat her mother to death, and she holds herself partially responsible. Still haunted by half-memories, guilt, and disturbing dreams, she has constructed a solitary and joyless existence, with little room for men or romance. Facing her thirtieth birthday, she knows she must do something to change her life. Like an omen, she meets Agnes, a rich elderly widow looking for a companion at her summer home in Maine, and the two forge a business deal. Thinking this will be like a vacation and a time to plan a better future, Harriet is shocked to discover challenges and obstacles she hadn't anticipated. Agnes' nephew and sole heir resents Harriet and wants her gone. And then there's Eli, the local artisan who makes her reconsider her decision to avoid men. Can he possibly return her feelings? Soon, the nephew's schemes, along with a heartbreaking betrayal, culminate in an event that changes her life forever. Will she fail Agnes as she failed her own mother years ago? Will she lose the man she loves? Or will she find her own strength and realize happiness at last?
Double Trouble Kisses Hot in Magnolia by Minette Lauren
Description: As Seen On Amazon:
* One pair of sexy high heels.
* Two identical women.
* One handsome hero.
* And a passel of mischievous pups.
Tabitha Graham hasn’t played the switch-a-roo game with her identical twin, Taylor, since high school, but when her big sis “by one minute and thirty-two seconds” offers her a first-class ticket to Greece, Tabitha can’t say no.
Tabitha’s teacher salary is nowhere near enough to splurge for a trip to the Aegean but if she can pull off pretending to be Taylor and interview the mayor of Magnolia, Tabitha will finally get a chance to see the ancient ruins of Delphi. Meanwhile, Taylor scoots off to NYC for the job interview of a lifetime.
Eli Banks has a dream of his own — to open a healthy fast-food chain and make Magnolia a better place to live. When he rescues a TV reporter from a hit and run, he’s instantly smitten by the semi-famous beauty. He’s waited his whole life for this kind of connection, but for some reason, she keeps running hot and cold. Should he tell her how he feels or just move on before his heart becomes roadkill?
"Mountain Justice" by Karen Black
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This tale proved much shorter than expected. It includes a preview to another book by this author. I enjoyed "Mountain Justice." The title describes the scenario. The horse was a character and played a role in the development of the story's finale. Friends, animal and human protecting each other, saving each other after following the law and due process to end up in the same circumstance. George's punishment satisfies the reader's desire for adequate consequences for his brutality. A lot of information packed into few pages. So, if you're interested in reading a quick shot from A to B, this will do the trick. It could have used some scenes between Annie and Rob to lay foundation for the level of his commitment to her safety.