Set aside a stormy evening by the warm fireplace to enjoy this novella, even if you haven’t read the series.
A theme in The Mistletoe Matchmaker is the understanding of art as an expression, or even a language, of its creator.
A masterfully crafted tale of joy, heartbreak and hope, Minding Frankie is about a motherless girl collectively raised by a close-knit Dublin community.
The Story of Arthur Truluv is a beautiful story about three people who find their way out of loss and loneliness together.
The Women in Black by Madeleine St. John is a charming story set in 1950s Sydney, Australia, where women at the F.G. Goode department store wear simple black frocks to sell ladies cocktail dresses for Christmas and the New Year.
True to form, Mary Alice Monroe has crafted a beautiful story about the complexities of relationships between women.
The Room with the Second-Best View might be my favorite in the series. I’ve really grown to love these characters, and we see a lot of growth in them in this third book.
Renovating the Richardsons (Goose Creek B&B Series #2) picks up shortly after the first book’s “illegal” parade ends. All of our Goose Creek neighbors, as well as a couple of newcomers, are welcoming us back with open arms.
There is so much to love about this story. Themes include family life during WWII, Polish immigrant culture, contemporary Southern small-town life, 1940s Hollywood, stunt piloting—and the marvelous theme of women flying, literally, to new heights.