This Month's Books



A soldier's best friend? 

Army captain Luca Rossi hasn't forgotten the dog who saved his life in Afghanistan. He just didn't expect to be reunited with him on an Ohio soybean farm. Kai Westfield, the photojournalist who agreed to transport Amigo back to the States, has a different future in mind for the mutt that's bringing her orphaned nephew out of his grief. This tranquil, beautiful place is also healing the wounded soldier…and Kai deserves credit, too. But she's only holding down the fort here until her dad recovers his good health; she can't wait to get back to the big city. Can Luca summon the strength to stop Kai—and the peaceful life he envisions with her—from slipping away for good?

         




Could this finally be her time? 

Serafina Callahan has always been the responsible one, sacrificing her dreams to keep her family's Pennsylvania farm afloat. Now, after ten years of hard work, here comes someone who could change her life in a major way. All Sera has to do is say yes.

It would mean selling the place Callahans have lived on and owned for almost a century. But Sera's starting to have major feelings for the big-city lawyer who flew home to negotiate the deal. While there's a lot Sera isn't sure of—Alex Kimmel's motives, his questionable past in Bear Meadows—she can't forget their kiss. Is it enough to build a brand-new dream on?

            



He has to find good in the world again… 

Warmhearted Kate Everly is a veterinarian with a special love for dogs. But she's about to find out if her inner strength and unique "puppy whisperer" skills extend to healing wounded humans, too.

Florida state trooper Nick Stanton, a struggling single dad, is former military, and his army exploits led him to avoid dogs with a passion. Then a fateful rescue on a lonely back road brings the veteran and the veterinarian together over a gravely injured dog. Before long, Kate has her hands and heart full with a man coming to terms with his traumatic past…

            






Can this single dad rise to the challenge? 

Luke Travis may be a father, but he's never really been a dad to Ben. When the nine-year-old enrolls at the boarding school where Luke works, Luke knows it's time to step up. Except his son wants nothing to do with him. And then there's Kat Molloy, the child therapist whose "help" conflicts with everything he believes about raising kids. Some part of him realizes they both want what's best for Ben—and that same part of him wonders why he's so drawn to Kat despite their differences. But Luke can't risk letting romance get in the way of his relationship with his son…

        



4 comments:

  1. Everyone of these sou d like good reads and I have to put them on my TRL..I better get another job to pay for all the books I want. lol
    Carol L

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  2. Everyone of these sou d like good reads and I have to put them on my TRL..I better get another job to pay for all the books I want. lol
    Carol L

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  3. What a fantastic lineup of new books!!

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