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Virtual Tour w/Giveaway: At Fairfield Orchard by Emma Cane

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The first in Emma Cane’s sparkling new series,  set in the beautiful Blue Ridge Mountains. 

AT FAIRFIELD ORCHARD Fairfield Orchard #1 Emma Cane Releasing Aug 30th, 2016 Avon Books

Emma Cane welcomes you to Fairfield Orchard, where new love blooms and romance is always in season.
For Amy Fairfield, the family orchard is more than a business. With its blossom-scented air and rows of trees framed by the majestic Blue Ridge Mountains, it’s her heritage and her future. But right now, it’s also a headache. Putting a painful breakup behind her, Amy has come home to help revitalize Fairfield Orchard. She doesn’t have time for the handsome-distracting-professor who wants to dig into her family’s history for his research.
Jonathan Gebhart knows he needs the Fairfields’ cooperation to make his new book a success. As for Amy-nothing in his years of academia could have prepared him for their sudden and intense attraction. He doesn’t want to complicate her life further, especially since she seems uneasy …

Blog Tour: Un-Shattering Lucy by Terri Anne Browning

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UN-SHATTERING LUCY by Terri Anne Browning is out NOW! This is the final book in the Lucy & Harris series!


The conclusion to USA Today Terri Anne Browning’s The Lucy & Harris Novella Series.


Shattered.

That was how Lucy Thornton felt in the aftermath of her breakup with Harris Cutter. Her family thought the best thing for her to do was to put the length of the country between her and Harris.

Reluctantly, she went.

The second Harris sets eyes on Lucy again, he knows she hasn’t moved on any more than he has. Realizing that he screwed up, he sets out to prove that they belong together. But the road to un-shattering Lucy is longer and darker than he ever could have imagined.

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Excerpt:
I’d spent most of my life dreaming about going to Georgetown, but now it felt like it was going to be my prison. I’d made the choice not to accept the early entrance spot they had offered in their English program. I had been set to start UCLA in the …