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Romance

Against All Odds

Author
Irene Hannon

Staff Comment
This book has romance, mystery and faith all in a great story.

Suggested by
Theresa, East Shore Area Library

The Art of Arranging Flowers

Author
Lynne Branard

Staff Comment
A florist deals with love, grief and renewal in a small town.

Suggested by
Meg, East Shore Area Library

Deadline

Author
Sandra Brown

Staff Comment
One of Sandra Brown's best stories including a twist I did not see coming.

Suggested by
Pat, East Shore Area Library

The Impossible Lives of Greta Wells

Author
Andrew Sean Greer

Staff Comment
What if you could [fix] everything wrong in your life by living in a different time period?

Suggested by
Phyllis, East Shore Area Library

Irish Cream

Author
Andrew Greeley

Staff Comment
Nuala McGrail is back with another captivating blend of romance, humor and intrigue.

Suggested by
Meg, East Shore Area Library

A Little Folly

Author
Jude Morgan

Staff Comment
If you love Jane Austen, you're likely to enjoy this witty period piece too.

Suggested by
Ginger, East Shore Area Library

Love Me Anyway

Author
Tiffany Hawk

Staff Comment
An intimate look at flight attendants both before and after 9/11.

Suggested by
Ellen, East Shore Area Library

The Movement of Stars

Author
Amy Brill

Staff Comment
A Quaker woman discovers a comet in 1840s Massachusetts.

Suggested by
Ellen, East Shore Area Library

One Plus One

Author
Jojo Moyes

Staff Comment
You're in for one crazy road trip with four misfits in this book.

Suggested by
Ellen, East Shore Area Library

Twenties Girl

Author
Sophie Kinsella

Staff Comment
Part ghost story, part mystery, part romantic-comedy about the importance of family and relationships

Suggested by
Phyllis, East Shore Area Library

Lost December

Author
Richard Paul Evans

Staff Comment
Richard Paul Evans is my go-to for a heart warming page turner, and this was no exception. I loved the story, and loved the characters too. A modern day retelling of The Prodigal Son, a young man is handed the opportunity to succeed his father's company and makes some bad choices, which most of us can relate to. Dependable "feel-good" read.

Suggested by
Desirae, Elizabethville Area Library