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More Women's Fiction
April 24, 2013 - Amy Phelps
There's several more women's fiction to delight on spring days! Here's a quick look at three of them: New York Times bestselling author Emily March returns to her Eternity Springs series with "Reflection Point." Savannah comes to town looking to put her broken past behind her and open a handcrafted soap shop. Zach is the local sheriff who can't helped but be intrigued with the mysterious lady. As Savannah begins to take a chance on Zach, someone from her past shows up to trouble her future! "Reflection Point" is published by Ballentine. It is $7.99 and 335 pages long. *** Laura Moore brings hot cowboys in the latest release from her Silver Creek series, "Once Tempted." Tess is looking for a new start after a failed marriage and humiliation and finds it on the Silver Creek ranceh, working as an assistant to an older woman, Adele, running the ranch's spa and resort. But she is soon tempted by Adele's handsome son, Ward, who doesn't trust easily after his last love turned out to be a golddigger. Will the two mend their broken hearts? "Once Tempted" is published by Ballentine. It si$7.99 and 386 pages long. *** A woman gathers with her patrons to try to save the small town library in Ashton Lee's "The Cherry Cola Book Club." Maura Beth is determined to stand up to the city council, who wants to bulldoze her library to make way for an industrial park. But she only has a few months to show the citizens of Cherico that the library is useful and that patrons love it. Together with a collection of madcap characters, Maura uses a book club as a stepping point to bring a love of literature back to town. Will she succeed? "The Cherry Cola Book Club" is published by Kensington. It is $15 and 256 pages, which includes recipes!
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