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Oath of Honor by Lynette Eason

Police officer Isabelle St. John loves her crazy, loud, law-enforcement family. With three brothers and two sisters, she’s never without someone to hang out with–or fight with. And she knows they’ll be there for her when things get tough. Like when her partner is murdered and she barely escapes with her own life. Oath of Honor is the first of the Blue Justice series. This book introduces us to the St. John family.

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Just Look Up by Courtney Walsh

Courtney Walsh is a novelist, artist, theater director, and playwright and she has just released her latest novel, Just Look Up. This is the first book I have read by Courtney Walsh, but I had already heard such great things about her books. Boy! Totally loved Just Look Up and days after I finished it I was still thinking about the themes and lessons reflected in this gem.

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With You Always by Jody Hedlund

Jody Hedlund does not shy away from topics such as injustice, poverty, separation and sadness. She also has a way of weaving hope into all of this! With You Always is set in New York City in 1857, one of the many struggling immigrants, Elise Neumann has lost her home, her mother, and when her world collides with the privileged and rich Thornton Quincy, things get…complicated.

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Traces of Guilt by Dee Henderson

Dee Henderson is the author of 14 best-selling novels, including the acclaimed O’Malley series and the Uncommon Heroes series. Her romantic suspense books have been one of my go-to choices over the years. Traces of Guilt is her latest and in it you get to know a salt of the earth kind of family who must face some hard things once Evie Blackwell rolls into town. I share my thoughts in this interview.

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