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Favorite Daughters
Laurel
Osterkamp

WOMEN'S FICTION: Elyse Gibbons is an undergrad at Columbia and she has made friends with the elite. Compared to her friends, she has had a relatively normal upbringing, and as she makes her way through the political scene, she takes what she has learned to survive the political mad house. As the years pass, they make their own paths.

28 Days
Aleisha Maree and
Susan Horsnell

WOMEN"S FICTION: Ziggy Yorke and Branson Reid meet by chance in a hospital, which is not exactly romantic. Fortunately, the spark was there. Ziggy is in the hospital because she has cystic fibrosis and now she’s dying. Branson’s sister had emergency surgery and is in a coma.

MAGIC REALISM: Hannah Fleet and James Wescott are filled with conflicting inner emotions they never learned how to help one another with. Hannah is a struggling author who has an abundance of stress, while James is an HR recruiter who’s still haunted by his brother’s death.

Tremors Through Time
Anastasia
Abboud

TIME TRAVEL: Deidre Chisolm will never let a man take advantage of her again. She will not fall for the sexy accent she can’t quite pinpoint, or the eyes that are sexy as sin. Naturally it makes it difficult that her neighbor has these qualities. But she will resist… Right? Lachlann has a story that people would probably laugh at before believing it to be possible.

TIME TRAVEL: All Bridgette Harris wants is a fresh start. Of course, that’s a bit hard to get when your ex travels in the same circles. Taking a chance, she takes the offer from an old woman to throw a coin into a fountain and in return, she can make a wish. What’s the worst that could happen? Perhaps not the worst, she finds herself in the arms of a brave knight.

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