Romance stories for fall evenings

There’s several new romance and women’s fiction books out now.

A historic small town is holding some secrets in “You Belong with Me” by Tari Faris.

Hannah Thornton lives in the small historic community, Heritage, and works as a realtor there, even though she may not be very good at it.

She wants to keep the town the way it is, but a business mogul wants to expand it and build a strip mall.

She’s determined to stop him and save this slice of history.

Luke is a former foster kid living in Heritage that is now applying to be assistant fire chief. His path and Hannah’s cross, but will secrets from his past come back to haunt him?

Will the two find a way together through the turmoil?

With a lush setting and sweet romance, this is a warm book that readers will enjoy.

“You Belong with Me” is published by Revell. It is $14.99 and 352 pages long.


Books weave a bridge to one woman’s past, present and future in “The Words Between Us” by Erin Bartels.

Robin Windsor is the owner of a small bookstore that sells used books with a story. Her business floundering, Robin is facing closure, when she starts getting books sent to her — books with special meaning from the past that are filled with poems she herself wrote back in high school.

She is thrown back to the summer she met Peter Flynt, and the love of literature between the two of them, as well as a romance that was building.

But what ended their relationship? Can Robin overcome the past that haunts her to look forward to her future?

A love letter to reading and literature, this will have bibliophiles swooning.

“The Words Between Us” is published by Revell. It is $15.99 and 352 pages long.


Contact Amy Phelps at aphelps@newsandsentinel.com.


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