The Sea Gate by Jane Johnson

While sorting through her mother's house following her death, Becky finds a letter from a long lost relative asking for help. Rather than returning home, and feeling like she wants to do something that makes her feel useful, she heads to Cornwall to help out her mother's Cousin Olivia. As Becky's life catches up with …

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Cobble Hill by Cecily von Ziegesar

Set over the course of a year, this book looks at an ensemble of different families in the neighborhood of Cobble Hill in New York, where everyone thinks they know everyone's business. There's the bestselling author with writers block, whose wife insisted they move to NY from the UK. There's the school nurse whose son …

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Relationship Advice: How to “Date Like A Woman” by Kai Nicole.

So many of my friends have come to me for dating advice over the years, and so much of what I said to them seemed shocking somehow. Women are given some really unrealistic expectations about dating, men and relationships. When I got an email from Kai Nicole about sharing her book with you, I almost …

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Should You Celebrate When You Don’t Feel Like Celebrating?

This week, a close friend of mine had a birthday. They hate to celebrate their birthday, which I've always felt sad about. But it's not for the reasons that you might think. When they were growing up, birthdays were kind of a challenging time rather than a fun celebration of their life. This friend of …

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