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When a workaholic lawyer hits rock bottom and a self-sacrificing pediatrician is forced to work together, they both find themselves changing in ways they never expected.
Numerous books have been written about doctors and the stress as well as triumphs of their careers. However, while the careers of veterinarians might not seem as glamorous in comparison, they deal with just as much pressure and challenges.
Descending Dawn by EW Roberts is a rip-roaring start to a new series that blends urban fantasy with some police procedural in a recipe calculated to satisfy your appetite for great reading.
One of the most popular and endearing tropes of many fictional genres is that of the evil twin. There is something about an antagonist who is identical to the protagonist apart from their inverted morality that has enthralled readers over the years.
A dramatic coming-of-age story, wrapped in a steamy, wrong-side-of-the-tracks romance.
Manybooks Article: Books Like The Murder at the Vicarage (1120 Words)
Two people with supernatural secrets, greater purposes that they’re trying to approach in less than traditional ways, and an aching need for one another that could be the beginning - or the end – of everything they know.
At some point or another, everyone has wished that they could escape the mundane confines of our world to explore someplace new and exciting. This is why books are so popular, as they offer readers a portal into worlds that they might never get to experience firsthand.
Heimat is an epic tale encompassing seventy years of the life of Matthias, a reluctant emigrant to the United States in 1929.
Love can bloom in the most unexpected circumstances, such as ending up stranded somewhere. Two characters having to rely on each other for survival and discovering a mutual attraction in the process is a popular trope amongst authors and readers.
Virginia'dele Smith - Captivating, Heartwarming Romance in a Small Town Setting
FEATURED AUTHOR - Virginia'dele Smith is a wife, a momma, and an author whose passion is sharing love stories, books, quilts, yoga, recipes, and all of her favorite things in life. She is quilting to mend the mind by spearheading and educating a community of friends who love quilts and quilting but hate Alzheimer’s disease through Quilt 2 End ALZ, Inc., a 501(c)(3) nonprofit she launched to use her quilting hobby as a platform to advocate for an end to Alzheimer's disease.