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Fur Baby Matchmaker on a Mission  

Joint Custody by Lauren Baratz-Logsted & Jackie Logsted -contemporary  

Sex, Lies & Conspiracies   

Earl’s Well That Ends Well (Way to a Lord's Heart #5) by Jane Ashford -historical  

No Holding Back by Lori Foster -contemporary  

Walking the Edge by Sue Ward Drake -contemporary  

Who Wants to Marry a Duke (Duke Dynasty #3) by Sabrina Jefferies -historical  

A Wolf After My Own Heart (BeWere My Heart #2) by MaryJanice Davidson -contemporary  

Won't Go Home Without You (Richardson Sisters #2) by Cheris Hodges -contemporary  

Seri(es)ous Reading  

Any Rogue Will Do (Misfits of Mayfair #1) by Bethany Bennett -historical  

Beauty Tempts the Beast (Sins for All Seasons #6) by Lorraine Heath -historical 

• More an assortment of clever twists on “My Fair Lady" than a retelling of “Beauty and the Beast"  

Careless Whispers (Jackson Falls #4) by Synithia Williams -contemporary  

Falling Hard (Colorado High Country #3) by Pamela Clare -contemporary  

Tempting Fate (Colorado High Country #4) by Pamela Clare -contemporary  

Ravish Me with Rubies (London Jewels #3) by Jane Feather -historical   

Growing Pains  

The Somerset Girls by Lori Foster -contemporary  

Top Secret by Sarina Bowen & Elle Kennedy -contemporary  

Tips on Focusing for People with Different Ways of Seeing & Being   

Handy Health Guide to Dyslexia by Alvin & Virginia Silverstein & Laura Silverstein Nunn The Yale Center for Dyslexia & Creativity


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