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Thanksgiving on Thursday by Mary Pope Osborne(Magic Tree House series #27) It is Thanksgiving Day, Annie and Jack’s family are head to their grandparent’s house. However, Annie gets a feeling they are supposed to go to the tree house. Their tree house has magical powers, it can send them anywhere in the world. Jack and […]

Facebook has a way of connecting people with their friends from the past; however, Cindy Sweet never expected to hear from Ryan Quinlan. Ryan was a Warrant Officer in the Vietnam War, and the man she loved with all of her heart. When his chopper was taken down and there were no survivors, Cindy found […]

  Ascension of Larks By Rachel Linden Maggie Henry is used to traveling to remote villages all around the world and documenting people’s daily lives. She learned the hard way that she can help change people’s lives by photographing their hardships. However, when Maggie receives word that her best friend’s husband, Marco, has passed unexpectedly, […]

  Beach House for Rent By Mary Alice Monroe Cara Rutledge is a survivor, just like her family’s historic beach house – and thanks to this house, Cara has fond memories from her childhood. When she decides to rent her place out for the summer, she is introduced to a young, shy artist, Heather Wyatt, who […]

  Before We Were Yours By Lisa Wingate Present day, in Aiken, South Carolina, Avery Stafford has returned home to reestablish her residency. Her father is a Senator and has recently been diagnosed with cancer; therefore Avery’s role is to help her family, while also silently preparing to take on a governmental career. Avery is […]

  Slightly South of Simple by Kristy Woodson Ansley is the mother of three women who lives alone in the quiet town of Peachtree Bluff. She runs a successful design shop named after her two youngest daughters. When her children converge on her home, they each bring along life’s trials and tribulations. However it is a […]

  All The Presidents’ Gardens by Marta McDowell The White House is an iconic structure in American history and its surrounding lawns have stood out through the centuries. The gardens have been the setting where Americans, royalty, dignitaries, soldiers and even protestors have all converged. Marta McDowell dives into the details of how these majestic gardens […]

  The Bridge Across the Ocean by Susan Meissner Post WWII, the RMS Queen Mary turned into a portal for young European women to be reunited with their American soldier husbands. Katrine Sawyer anxiously awaits the chance to land in America. Simone Deveraux has been forced to flee her home after her father and brother were […]

The Mother’s Promise By Sally Hepworth

The Mother’s Promise by Sally Hepworth Alice Stanhope is a single mother who has worked hard to provide for her daughter. When she is diagnosed with cancer, Alice must face the fact that she cannot go through this process alone. Kate Littleton loves her career as a nurse, but she desperately wants to be a […]

The Movie Star and Me by Kelly Durham

The Movie Star and Me (Book one of the Frank Russell Pacific Pictures Series) by Kelly Durham Army Veteran, Frank Russell, has recovered from injuries sustained overseas, during World War II. On his way home, he realizes his sack has been mixed up with his buddy’s. When he sees the name Pacific Pictures on the […]

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