New Releases 10.17.16
Love comes in all forms. This week’s best new books are romantic reads that will leave you smiling, crying and believing in the power of true love.
To Love and To Cherish by Lauren Layne
This fun and flirty story is just what you need to fill the gap left by Sex and the City. A wedding planner who turned her business into a success in the cutthroat Big Apple makes finding the right man her next project. But despite her determination, she’ll have to figure out that romance isn’t something that can be planned on a spreadsheet.
What Light by Jay Asher
A beautiful holiday romance that perfectly captures the essence of first love. Sierra is in California helping her family set up their Christmas tree lot when she meets Caleb–the boy with the past. But when true love calls, it can transcend all the noise and even bring redemption.
The Next by Stephanie Gangi
We haven’t read Gangi’s debut novel yet but the amazing advance buzz has us more than curious to get our copy. And this review from Emily Giffin has only piqued our interest: “A profound and provocative page-turner about love and loss, revenge and redemption, this debut novel will stick with you for a long time. Stephanie Gangi is an instant, new favorite.” ―Emily Giffin
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