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Emilie Richards
No River Too Wide
by Emilie Richards

Finally escaping her abusive husband and before she disappears forever, Janine Stoddard visits her estranged daughter Harmony and her granddaughter Lottie in Asheville, North Carolina, where she meets a woman who is dedicated to helping women in need get a fresh start.
Somewhere Between Luck and Trust
by Emilie Richards

A learning-disabled woman ex-con who gave birth behind bars and gave up the baby, and the daughter who grew up to be a talented educator just may be able to forge a life together—and the healing begins somewhere between the towns of Luck and Trust, at a mountain cabin known as the Goddess House.
Kate Jacobs
Comfort Food
by Kate Jacobs

Tiring of playing the hostess as her fiftieth birthday approaches, celebrity chef Augusta Simpson endeavors to distance herself from her overly dependent loved ones and receives assistance from handsome fellow chef Oliver in her efforts to launch an on-air cooking class.
Knit the Season
by Kate Jacobs

Dakota Walker—along with her father, her grandparents and her mother's best friend, Catherine—visits her Gran for the Christmas holidays in Scotland, where the family members reminisce about Dakota's mother, Georgia, from Georgia's childhood to her blissful time as a doting new mom.
Betty Neels
Waiting for Deborah
by Betty Neels

When she is rescued by consultant Sir James Marlow, who seems to have taken an interest in her, Deborah, sorely lacking in self-confidence, vows to discover his true motives.
Henrietta's own castle
by Betty Neels

When she decides to live in the house she inherited, which is in a quaint Dutch village, Henrietta falls in love with her new surroundings, with the exception of Marnix van Hessel, the self-proclaimed "lord of the manor."
Susan Wiggs
Just Breathe
by Susan Wiggs

When cartoonist Sarah Moon is faced with her cancer survivor husband's infidelity, she returns home to California, where she discovers that unexpected change and an old flame can be like a breath of fresh air for both her body and soul
Summer by the Sea
by Susan Wiggs

Rose Capoletti, owner of a restaurant voted "best place to propose," finds her life sorely lacking in the romance department, until Alexander Montgomery, a former lover, returns, putting dark secrets from the past to rest and giving them a second chance at love.
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