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Quarterly Romance Recommendations from Author Jennifer Ryan

Jennifer Ryan Recommends fall 18

It's a new season, and that means brand new reading recommendations from Montana Heat author Jennifer Ryan. Curl up with one of these dreamy romances and a steamy beverage to enjoy the changing season!

Jennifer says:

Something Old

My obsession with historical romance continues with one of my favorite authors. 

WHEN A DUKE LOVES A WOMAN by Loraine Heath  

Get lost in – because I sure did - this perfectly crafted, superbly told page-turner where passion overrides a Duke’s duty and an independent commoner’s practicality and love is the only thing that can intertwine their two very different worlds into a lifetime of happiness neither of them thought possible.

Something New

A new to me author! I’ve had the pleasure of meeting and hanging out with HelenKay Dimon several times over the last few years. But in all the time I’ve known her, I never read one of her books! I suggest you start with THE FIXER. Smart. Sexy. Intriguing. A cold case that makes this a great page-turner. Wren is the perfect secretive loner with an awkward side Emery and I fell hard for.

Something Borrowed - from Crossroads Ranch author A.J. Pine

"The cowboy who stole my heart was Eli Garrett from PART-TIME COWBOY by Maisey Yates. He's a rancher and Copper Ridge's deputy sheriff. Nothing like a man who can pull off a uniform and a cowboy hat all while making Sadie Miller--and readers--swoon!”

Something Blue

I absolutely love the cover for Sophie Jordan’s THE DUKE BUYS A BRIDE. That dress. Gorgeous. The almost kiss. Sexy. And the title. What? I had to know more about this story. 

Jennifer has more to say on our blog - check out these recommendations and more in the store, or at countrybookshelf.com