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The Cowboy Next Door. A charming cowboy moving in next door shouldn't be bad news. But veterinarian Ally Curtis knows Cody Warren—she'd never forget the boy who left her when she needed him most. Cody is doing everything he can to show his beautiful neighbor…
For Claire Anderson, her position as a teacher in Hanover Falls, Missouri is the realization of a long-held dream. In this loving small-town community where her beloved grandmother resides, she attempts to cast aside the memories of her troubled childhood.…
This week's interview
Sarah Sundin is the author of eight historical novels, including Anchor in the Storm. Her novel Through Waters Deep is a finalist for the 2016 Carol Award, won the INSPY Award, and was named to Booklist’s “101 Best Romance Novels of the Last 10 Years.”
With the hand of a master sculptor, Sarah Sundin chisels flawed characters, molds situations that magnify those flaws, and spurs them to grow by sanding away the imperfections.
“‘Perfect’ characters are a disservice to readers,” Sarah said. “They make the reader feel dejected ... They raise unrealistic expectations for romance that real-life men and women can’t possibly fulfil. Watching a flawed character overcome her fears and flaws and pride and misconceptions—watching her become truly heroic—that gives us hope that we can do likewise.”
This month's book club
Close to Home
strong--in the same way she keeps Tim's memory alive for them. But it's been almost five years, and she can't hang onto the past forever.