Women's Fiction
Trespasser

Amazon's Best Books of October: This Week's Releases

The Best of the Month selections released this week run the gamut from delightful to devastating, and everything in between...

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Debbie Macomber

Chatting with Debbie Macomber

We've always been big fans of Debbie Macomber's works, so it was a special thrill when she invited us to come visit her at her offices. Erin Kodicek, Erin's mom (who is a big Cedar Cove reader), and I drove a few hours through drizzle-garnished forests to the beautiful little...

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Something to Crow About

Full disclosure: I've always really disliked crows. So when I got to the part of Elizabeth Church's debut novel, The Atomic Weight of Love*, where the main character, Meridian, decides to focus her sharp, scientific mind on those noisy, trash-picking creatures, I thought, seriously!? Crows? Why not a bird that's...

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Kylie Scott and Dirty

Kylie Scott Answers Our Questions about Her Brand-New Novel, “Dirty”

Kylie Scott took the romance world by storm with her Stage Dive novels starring the four tattooed members of a rock band and the young women they fell in love with. Now Scott launches into a new series that has links to her Stage Dive books but explores the less...

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RT Book Awards

The RT Reviewers' Choice Awards for the Best in Romance

Tonight at the RT Booklovers Convention in Las Vegas, winners of the RT Reviewers' Choice Awards will receive applause and congratulations for their books' seizing the top prize in various romance categories, plus mystery and science fiction. This list below is a selection of the romance award categories; the entire...

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Catherine Bybee's Doing It Over

Talking with Catherine Bybee about Her New Romance Series

Catherine Bybee's Weekday Brides series made thousands of readers fall in love with the women who ran the Alliance matchmaking agency. Now Bybee takes a new cast of characters—three best friends who grew up in the small town of River Bend—and reunites them ten years after their high school graduation....

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The Best Romances of April

Lots of great romances are coming out this month—so many, in fact, that I had to expand my best-of list from the usual ten to a delicious dozen. This month's bounty includes a pair of cops who have to figure out how deep their partnership goes, a mercenary and ornithologist...

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A Burglar's Guide to the City

Weekend Reading

In this edition of Weekend Reading, a chronicle of capers (not the brined variety), a little bit of lust, and "lots [more]...interesting books on [the] TBR pile." Jon Foro: A Burglar’s Guide to the City is a 2,000-year history of break-ins, capers, and break-outs. Manaugh draws on the real-world experience...

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The Opposite of Everyone

"A Story About Stories"--Joshilyn Jackson on "The Opposite of Everyone"

A mysterious letter from an erstwhile parent plunges a daughter on a journey of discovery in Joshilyn Jackson's latest, The Opposite of Everyone. Here, best-selling author Laura Lippman talks with Ms. Jackson about the inspiration for the book, and how ultimately it's a homage to stories, and the power they...

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"Killing Monica" with Candace Bushnell

Candace Bushnell, author of many books including Sex in the City, Lipstick Jungle, The Carrie Diaries and most recently, Killing Monica, recently shared her favorite books of 2015 and I had a great time talking to her at Mario Batali's restaurant, Otto, where she seems to be something of a...

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