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Hot Western Nights
Karen Michelle Nutt, J. Arlene Culiner, Elizabeth Clements,
Angela Raines, Julie Lence, Kaye Spencer

Jewel Murphy runs away from her uncle because he wants her to marry an old man. Nash Landry does not believe in marriage. Jewel’s solution? A fake marriage! Essie’s husband wants a divorce. Almost penniless, she leaves for Blake’s Folly to become a piano player in a saloon and finds love. Dan Loomis is looking for a deserter. The clues lead him to a ranch where Miranda Foster is caretaker.

Irish Magic
Susan B.
James

ROMANTIC COMEDY:  Kate Carnahan is a struggling writer working on her second book when her fiancé breaks their engagement. He had been the hero in her current book, but is no longer hero-worthy. Kate wishes on a 4-leaf clover, and then meets Bradley Flynn, the CEO of a PR firm who is half-human and half-leprechaun.  She trusts him and ends up traveling with him to Ireland.  

The Barnstormer
Jane Lewis
Narrator: Dawson McBride

HISTORICAL:  Frankie Howard is an aerobatic pilot working with his best friends in rural Saplingville, Georgia during the late 1930’s.  He flies small groups of passengers to various destinations, he gives flying lessons, and he offers group rides over the town on the weekends.  One of his best friends is Victor Douglas, older brother of Ruth Ann Douglas.  Ruth Ann has been flirting with Franki

For the Love of Laura Beth (A Chicago Christmas Book 4)
Aubrey Wynne
Narrator: Sara K. Sheckells

HISTORICAL:  This story is set in Kankakee, Illinois in the 1950’s.  Laura Beth Walters and Joe McCall are in love with each other when fate intervenes.  Joe’s mother dies, leaving his father a widower with medical bills and no money remaining for Joe’s college tuition.  Shortly thereafter, Joe is drafted to serve in the Korean War, and they decide to get married right before he leaves to serve

A Bloody Good Cruise
Diana Rubino
Narrator: Anthony Lee

PARANORMAL:  Romance writer Mona Rossi coordinates a themed Italian cruise to bring some positive publicity to the sometimes-maligned genre.  She is newly divorced, and when her marriage tanks, her popularity drops as well.

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