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The Lady’s Mine

With nods to The Taming of the Shrew and the musical Oklahoma, this novel is more lighthearted than Rivers’s (The Masterpiece) typical epic sagas but still retains hallmarks such as compassion for the downtrodden and redemption for the sinner. Read-alikes include Joanne Bischof’s The Gold in These Hills and Tamera Alexander’s “Fountain Creek Chronicles.”

I’m So (Not) Over You

Jackson jumps from an outstanding YA debut with Yesterday Is History to deliver a delightfully outrageous romantic comedy full of pop culture references, strong families, and a ride-or-die BFF.

The Untold Story

Irene’s madcap adventures are played for the highest stakes in the epic conclusion to the long-running series plumbing myths, folklore, spies, and skullduggery.

My Heart Is a Chainsaw

This is a must-have for public library collections.

Sharpe’s Assassin: Richard Sharpe and the Occupation of Paris, 1815

Here is another gritty and exciting episode in Cornwell’s long-running historical series, seen through the eyes of a common yet extraordinary soldier.


Merbeth’s engrossing final book of the trilogy is filled with disaster, family moments, and high-stakes action.

The Lilac House

More women’s fiction than romance, this sweet small-town story deals with some serious issues but is ultimately uplifting. Sure to please fans of Jodi Picoult or Carolyn Brown and anyone who once enjoyed ballet lessons.

The Show Girl

Recommended for readers who enjoy a decisive and talented, but sometimes very flawed heroine, as well as stories set during the 1920s and a peek at the Ziegfeld Follies.

Fevered Star

Roanhorse’s pre-Columbian-inspired Meridian is an amazingly complex world of magic, gods, and power plays. With exquisite details and characters on tremendous journeys, readers will be anticipating the next book as soon as they turn the last page.
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