Intricate stories, engaging characters, warm feelings, and happy endings.
Humour and emotion are trademarks of Kristan Higgins, and remain so as she moves from romance novels to general fiction.
Karen Kingsbury writes inspirational fiction – often with romance elements.
A 30 year publishing career has left us with many gems from the late Maeve Binchy. Chestnut Street is a perfect toe-dip into her worlds and imagination.
Recently, Jennifer Chiaverini has published historical fiction, based on true people, her first major hits were the Elm Creek quilts series.
After losing her sister in a devastating car accident, chef Quinn Weller is finally getting her life back on track. She appears to have it all. So why does she feel so empty? A shocking turn of events reveals her whole life has been a lie.
For over 25 years, Fern Michaels has been sharing her brand of family-friendly stories.
Heart-warming family stories, most often set in Australia, are Monica McInerney’s stock in trade.
Love in unexpected places, enduring friendships, and the importance of family are trademarks of Sheryl Woods.
For me, the heartbreak is that this is the only novel Mary Ann Shaffer published, and that was posthumously. I want to meet every one of these characters.
Heart-warming interlinked romances set in small-town America – with people undergoing trials until they find the one.
Charismatic playboy Mack Carlton lit up a room, even a hospital room, like no one else. Dr. Beth Browning had to admit Mack's visits were a tonic for her young patient, despite her own confused reaction. But her symptoms were undeniably love.
Nancy Thayer is a best-selling author who specialises in emotional, family-filled, novels.
Relationships through time, and with family and friends, characterise Susan Wiggs’ novels.
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