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And Something Blue by Paige Timothy

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Bridal consultant Laurie Fletcher spends her time helping others prepare for the most special day of their lives.

Will true love ever come her way, or is she doomed to watch others get their happily ever after?

And Something Blue is the first in the Main Street Merchants series of short romance novels—all featuring a business located on Main Street in the fictional town of Aspen Ridge, Colorado. The Main Street Merchants series is part of the Sweet & Clean Romance Collection from Trifecta Books.

Pinkston_Tristi2012Paige Timothy is new to the romance scene, but she’s certainly not new to the industry. Under her other pen names, she has published thirty books in a wide variety of genres. With her new series, the Main Street Merchants, Paige is embarking on a new journey that promises to be filled with adventure.

Visit Paige at www.paigetimothy.com and learn more about the Main Street Merchants series on Facebook.

 

Hearts in Harmony by Raine Gillespie

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Elahna Nezario gave up her musical dreams to help run the Queen of Hearts, her mother’s chocolate shop, after her sister’s sudden death.

After an unfortunate run-in with Elahna’s childhood crush, owner of the Dolce Theater, not only do her dreams surge back to life, but so does her heart.

Hearts in Harmony is the first in the Love Notes series of short romance novels, which revolve around music within the small fictional town of Dolce, Montana. The Love Notes series is part of the Sweet & Clean Romance Collection from Trifecta Books.
Hoover_Karen200Raine Gillespie (a.k.a. Karen E. Hoover) may be new to romance, but she is by no means new to writing. She has been a writer for the past nineteen years and learned the craft of writing at the feet of some of the masters, including Brandon Sanderson and Tracy Hickman.  She has presented at many local conferences, including L.T.U.E., CONduit, The LDStorymakers Writing Conference, The Teen Writer’s Conference, and last year’s Write Here in Ephraim. She has also presented at schools throughout the state and co-sponsored an after-school writing club for teens in her hometown.

Raine, as Karen, is the author of three books in The Wolfchild Saga (The Sapphire Flute, The Armor of Light, and The Emerald Wolf) and the first book in The Misadventures of a Teenage Wizard series (Two Souls Are Better Than One). She lives in Tooele, Utah, with her husband and two sons.

The Obituary Society by Jessica L. Randall

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When Lila Moore inherits her grandfather’s house, she finds herself in a small Midwestern town where margarine is never an acceptable substitution for butter, a coveted family recipe can serve as currency, and the friend who will take your darkest secrets to the grave will still never give you the secret to her prize-winning begonias.

Lila is charmed by the people of Auburn, from the blue-eyed lawyer with the southern drawl to the little old lady who unceasingly tries to set Lila up with her grandson. But when strange things begin to happen, Lila realizes some of her new friends are guarding a secret like it’s a precious family heirloom. It’s a dangerous secret, and it has come back to haunt them. Lila is caught in the middle, and her life may depend on uncovering it. But even if she can, can she stay in Auburn when not everyone is what they seem, and even the house wants her gone?

Randall_JessicaLJessica L. Randall is a writer, photographer, and mother of five. She is also passionate about music, interior design, and really old stuff. She’s a country mouse who loves a bubble bath with a good book or curling up on the couch to watch a movie with a plate of her husband’s famous Monster Cookies. You can visit Jessica at her Facebook Page, or on her personal blog, Pretty Little Place.

 

Ring Around the Rosie by Julie Coulter Bellon

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Revenge is a dish best served cold . . .

As the ex-wife of a law enforcement officer, Sarah Reed has known loneliness and loss. In order to cope, she makes a life for herself that’s full of routine while building a wall of ice around her heart. Everything about her is as predictable as she can make it until a tiny detour for her ex-husband, Ron, changes her life forever. Caught in a bomb crisis, Sarah is taken hostage by a man who wants Ron and everyone around him to suffer—and his idea of suffering is more terrible than Sarah had ever dreamed.

Captain Ron Reed has seen the worst of humanity in his job with the Hostage Negotiation Team, but he never expected his past to come back with a vengeance—literally. Aaron Starks, a criminal explosives expert, has stolen next-gen bomb technology and uses it to force Ron to bargain for the lives of his team and his ex-wife, Sarah, the woman he still loves. But the situation escalates when Ron discovers that Starks has an even bigger objective in mind—using the bomb to show how vulnerable America and her people truly are.

Ron is willing to risk everything to save his country and those he loves, but when negotiations break down, will his sacrifice be too little too late?

Bellon_JulieJulie Coulter Bellon is married with eight children and eleven published books. She loves to travel and her favorite cities are probably Athens, Paris, Ottawa, and London. She would love to visit Hawaii, Australia, Ireland, and Scotland someday. She’s learning to play the bagpipes and she’s not very good yet, (she thinks she sounds like a sick moose) but she’s working on it. She loves to read, write, teach, watch Castle and Hawaii Five-O, and eat Canadian chocolate. Not necessarily in that order.

Visit Julie at www.juliecoulterbellon.com.

Sense and Sensibility by Rebecca H. Jamison

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Elly Goodwin, a brilliant programmer, is so desperate for a job that she takes one from her ex-boyfriend—the same man who put her family out of business. Then she meets Ethan Ferrero, who seems too good to be true. But Elly is far too sensible to unexpectedly fall in love—especially with her ex’s brother-in-law.

But when Elly’s sister, Maren, dates the wrong guy, Elly must intercede before Maren’s passion clouds her common sense. Together, Elly and Maren must learn that a mixture of sense and sensibility is the perfect recipe for love.

Jamison_RebeccaHRebecca H. Jamison has lived on a live volcano, excavated the bones of a prehistoric mammal, and won first prize at a rigged chili cook-off. She wrote novels just for fun until she made a New Year’s resolution in 2011 to submit a manuscript to publishers. Sense and Sensibility is book #3 in her Latter-day Tale series.

Rebecca grew up in Virginia. She attended Brigham Young University, where she earned a BA and MA in English. In between college and graduate school, she served a mission to Portugal and the Cape Verde islands. Her job titles have included special education teacher’s aide, technical writer, English teacher, and stay-at-home mom.

Visit Rebecca at www.rebeccahjamison.com.

Willow Springs by Carolyn Steele

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Husbands. Crissa had to suppress a shudder at the thought. If I had wanted a husband, I would have stayed in Boston. Indeed, Crissa considered Willow Springs to be the nearest thing to her idea of purgatory. She certainly did not plan to stay here long.

Swedish immigrant Crissa Engleson fled Boston hoping to start a new life, unknown and unencumbered, on the American frontier. The quiet gold mining town of Willow Springs in the Utah desert seemed the perfect spot—until the intrigue of her past and rivalries of the town’s leading families enveloped her.

Unaware that a relentless bounty hunter is pursuing her, Crissa falls in love with Drake Adams, a handsome Pony Express rider and the son of an influential mine owner. While Drake returns Crissa’s interest, their courtship is thwarted by the pursuit of one of Drake’s rivals, who may be motivated more by malice than by love.

To realize her dreams, Crissa must confront her painful past and fight for her future head-on.

Steele_CarolynBorn and raised in Utah, Carolyn Steele was introduced to western novels at a very young age by her grandfather, the son of a gold miner. She has been writing technical and marketing communications for most of her adult life. Her nonfiction articles have appeared in numerous national magazines. She earned her undergraduate degree in Communications from the University of Utah.

Married and living in Salt Lake City, Utah, Carolyn loves researching obscure history then weaving it into stories. She also enjoys family dinners with her children and grandchildren, photography, travel, golf, reading, and all forms of needlework.

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Damnation by Jo Noelle

August 29, 2014 0 comments
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Cassie is going to heaven—if she can get amnesty from hell in the next twenty days. Her assignment is to change the eternal destination of a girl in Albuquerque to earn admittance into heaven. No sweat. But when Cassie returns to earth during her three-week, mostly-mortal assignment, her old habits get in the way, (apparently […]

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The Penny Project by Betsy Love

August 28, 2014 1 comment
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As the prospective valedictorian, wide receiver, and favored tenor in show choir, Jake knows he’s at the top of his game. He sets his sights on Lexi, the sweetest and hottest girl at Palmdale High and can’t miss. However, racing to class one morning, he plows into Penelope, the overweight new girl. Books and papers […]

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Puppy Love by Heather Horrocks

August 27, 2014 0 comments
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The good news? Ian Wylde just inherited three million dollars. The bad news? If he accepts the ninety-day stipulation of the will, he’ll lose the job—and promotion—he’s worked for since he left the military. Plus he will become the constant caretaker of an eight-pound, faux-pink, bejeweled poodle named Fluffy. He has to take Fluffy to […]

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Newbie by Jo Noelle

August 27, 2014 0 comments
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The housing market is crashing, and Sophie’s life is crashing with it. At twenty-four, her successful real estate career evaporates. She’s broke, can’t find a job, or pay her bills, leaving Sophie wondering how her successful lifestyle became so fragile. At the urging of her roommate, Sophie accepts a job in her fallback career—teaching six-year-olds. […]

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The Rule of Thoughts by James Dashner

August 26, 2014 0 comments
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Michael completed the Path.What he found at the end turned everything he’d ever known about his life—and the world—completely upside down. He barely survived. But it was the only way VirtNet Security knew to find the cyber-terrorist Kaine—and to make the Sleep safe for gamers once again. And, the truth Michael discovered about Kaine is […]

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Lexi’s Pathetic Fictional Love Life by Jo Noelle

August 25, 2014 0 comments
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Lexi Middleton has been socially invisible to her classmates, but starting her junior year, that’s going to change. First, she’s determined to hook a boyfriend, ensuring dates with flowers and possible kisses on the doorstep. Second, she wants to be a writer for the school paper, even though it freaks her out to think of […]

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Dragon Unchained by Susan Tietjen

August 25, 2014 0 comments
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Lady Theona McArthur thinks opening The Keeper, a forbidden ancient relic, will help her find the love of her life. At least that’s what her dreams tell her. But instead of being shown where this handsome boy with violet eyes lives, she becomes possessed by evil spirits and is imprisoned for violating the laws of […]

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Eyes of Persuasion by Adrienne Monson

August 22, 2014 0 comments
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When her parents are murdered, Lady Isabeau Maybrick is taken in by an abusive uncle to help pay his gambling debts. But Isabeau has a secret, a talent hidden since birth. Her gift helps keep her out of the whorehouse and out of trouble—that is, until she meets Everett Radcliff. Hard working Everett Radcliff detests […]

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Sense & Sensibility by Rebecca H. Jamison

August 21, 2014 0 comments
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As if it wasn’t bad enough to be getting food from Church welfare, I had to meet one of the Ferreros—and a good-looking Ferrero, at that. Elly Goodwin, a brilliant programmer, is so desperate for a job that she takes one from her ex-boyfriend—the same man who put her family out of business. Then she […]

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Chariots to Jordan by E. James Harrison

August 21, 2014 0 comments
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Twelve-year-old Gili firmly believes in miracles. Since the day her father was miraculously healed by the prophet Elisha, her faith in God has sustained her through the hardships of life in Israel. But when her town is invaded and she is captured as a slave for Naaman, a powerful Syrian military commander, can her faith […]

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Willow Springs by Carolyn Steele

August 20, 2014 0 comments
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Husbands. Crissa had to suppress a shudder at the thought. If I had wanted a husband, I would have stayed in Boston. Indeed, Crissa considered Willow Springs to be the nearest thing to her idea of purgatory. She certainly did not plan to stay here long. Swedish immigrant Crissa Engleson fled Boston hoping to start […]

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Drowning by Jenni James

August 20, 2014 0 comments
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It’s only been a year since her divorce, so why would Jane Adamson do something as stupid as attempt to date again? Wasn’t her marriage scarring enough? The answer was simple—her kids. They worried about her and wanted to see her happy again. She needed to be happy. She needed to learn to trust again […]

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Three Story House by Courtney Miller Santo

August 19, 2014 0 comments
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As they renovate a historic Memphis house together, three cousins discover that their spectacular failures in love, career, and family provide the foundation for their future happiness. Approaching thirty and trying to avoid the inescapable fact that they have failed to live up to everyone’s expectations as well as their own aspirations, cousins and childhood […]

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For Love and Country by Elizabeth D. Michaels

August 18, 2014 0 comments
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When A Man Is Torn Between Honoring His Country And The Woman He Loves, The Best Option Might Be To Choose Both When Maggie du Woernig willfully ignores her parents’ admonitions and entangles herself with Nik Koenig, she is certain he’s the only man who will make her happy. Blind to Nik’s real intentions, she […]

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The Captain’s Guard by Misty Moncur

August 18, 2014 0 comments
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She had never been loved before. He thought he would never love again. Zeke never imagined he wouldn’t marry the pretty girl from his village. It was as good as done—until she fell in love with someone else during the war. Captain Helaman’s estate in the city is the perfect refuge, far from pitying eyes […]

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A Song for Issy Bradley by Carys Bray

August 15, 2014 0 comments
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The Bradleys see the world as a place where miracles are possible, and where nothing is more important than family. This is their story. It is the story of Ian Bradley—husband, father, math teacher, and Mormon bishop—and his unshakeable belief that everything will turn out all right if he can only endure to the end, […]

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How Much Do You Love Me by Paul Mark Tag

August 14, 2014 0 comments
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Lovers James and Keiko marry quickly before James goes to World War II and Keiko to an internment camp. At Tule Lake, the Tanaka’s internment camp in northern California, Keiko’s and James’s daughter, Kazuko, is born. Nearly sixty years later, Keiko has a stroke and lies near death, while James suffers from Alzheimer’s. A chance […]

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A Cowboy’s Heart by Rebecca Winters

August 13, 2014 1 comment
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King and Queen of the Rodeo Driving to Vegas with the Sexiest Cowboy of the Year is a dream come true for barrel racing finalist Liz Henson. Now’s her chance to get up close and personal with Connor Bannock, her secret girlhood crush—even if their families are on the wrong side of a long-standing feud. […]

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Being West is Best by Monique Bucheger

August 12, 2014 0 comments
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Twelve-year-old BFFs, Ginnie West and Tillie Taylor, are matchmaking geniuses. Together, they maneuvered Ginnie’s widower-dad into proposing to Tillie’s divorcee-mom. Sweet! Certain they are well on their way to sisterhood, each girl is floored when Tillie’s lousy-excuse-for-a-father puts in an appearance after a six year absence. Too bad “lousy dad repellant” doesn’t come in a […]

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The Book of Prophecy by Steven J. Guscott

August 11, 2014 0 comments
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No one in this quiet world knows what ignited the change; no one suspects that it all began with a secret book… Living among the innocent, in a society that has blossomed under seven centuries of tranquility, Dragatu expects to live out his days following the same path as his father before him, without even […]

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Falling by Clair M. Poulson

August 11, 2014 1 comment
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After the devastating loss of his fiancée, war veteran Major Corbin Daniels has left the military behind and retreated to the tiny desert town of Moab, Utah, determined to pick up the pieces of his life. Corbin’s work as a helicopter pilot allows him to do what he loves, and his side business as a […]

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Still Time by Maria Hoagland

August 8, 2014 0 comments
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Thrust into the chaos of her mother-in-law’s hoarding and forgetfulness, LDS church member Alyssa Johnston wishes she could retreat to a simpler time when her kids were small and almost anything could be fixed with a hug. But reassurance and a quick distraction no longer erase the pain of a missionary son who is struggling, […]

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Ring Around the Rosie by Julie Coulter Bellon

August 7, 2014 1 comment
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Revenge is a dish best served cold . . . As the ex-wife of a law enforcement officer, Sarah Reed has known loneliness and loss. In order to cope, she makes a life for herself that’s full of routine while building a wall of ice around her heart. Everything about her is as predictable as […]

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