A “double entendre” of Austenian form: a play of P & P plays out against an actual P & P where a chef and an actor find “All the world’s A play.”
A young Bostonian embarrassed by a scandal perpetrated by her famous artist-mother accepts her half-sister’s invitation to visit her at her B&B in the UK. Where and what is home?
A Roller Derby Queen with PTSD issues meets an usher in her friend’s wedding and they become friends who help each other through some “stuff.”
Jenny Colgan’s first book in her Little Beach Street Bakery series.
Polly fleeing a toxic relationship finds an affordable, if terribly delapiidated, apartment above an abandoned bakery on an island with only a few year round residents.
by fangswandsfairy • Book Review Fiction, contemporary romance, Contemporary Romantic Suspense, Mystery & Detective • Tags: abuse, airplane, Art, Domestic violence, Low COuntry, sea glass, So. Carolina, Southern
A woman from Maine discovers she has inherited a house through her late husband. She turns her life upside down and moves there only to discover her husband’s family had a lot of secrets.
The Pink Carnation and the Moonflower get together in the 19th century to save a Portuguese queen while Eloise and Colin try to tie the knot in the 21st century.
Set in the lovely, quirky heart of Wisconsin, The Coincidence of Coconut Cake is a charming love story of misunderstandings, mistaken identity, and the power of food to bring two people together.