Mary Rose was proud to be named after her aunt, because her aunt had been a heroine, saving the lives of everyone in the apartment building—before dying in the fire. But not everyone thought the first Mary Rose was a heroine. Young Mary Rose overheard her uncle’s remembrance of the events of that dramatic day—and they weren’t at all what she expected. Juvenile fiction by Marilyn Sachs; originally published by Doubleday
Isabel McCarthy was a gifted artist and appreciated the opportunity to paint a portrait of Leo Sinclair, a handsome and popular young senator. But she was not going to get involved with him, despite the long hours they of necessity spent alone. Isabel was through with love, because she’d been burned before, but Leo set off all her alarms. Contemporary Romance by Joan Wolf; originally published by New American Library
Young widow Jacqueline Lawrence moves the steel barge she shared with her husband to the Black Swan Marina, hoping for a fresh start. However, she is immediately hurled into a whirlwind of romance and murder. Will she be swept away by the quiet and mysterious, but unpredictable, John, or by the fun loving scoundrel Will, or will fear, deceit and secrets destroy any chance of happiness for Jacqueline? Contemporary Romantic Suspense by Irena Nieslony; originally published by My Weekly at DC Thomson [UK]
During the Great Depression Roxie Mitchell has been warned to avoid Luke Bauer, an ex-con. Yet she hires him, daring to offer him a second chance even as gossip mushrooms in the small Missouri town to which they each have recently returned. Luke is an underdog and a man she finds hard to resist. Roxie is Luke’s only friend, but both their friends and foes will test them. A Daughters of the Great Depression novel by Fran Baker; originally published by Five Star
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