Miracle on 5th Avenue (From Manhattan with Love #3) by Sarah Morgan

 

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Publisher: Harlequin Books

Published: November 29, 2016

Format: eBook

Pages: 384

 

 

“… everyone knows you never find love when you go looking for it. You have to wait for it to find you.”


 

SYNOPSIS:

It will take a Christmas miracle for two very different souls to find each other in this perfectly festive fairy tale of New York!

Hopeless romantic Eva Jordan loves everything about Christmas. She might be spending the holidays alone this year, but when she’s given an opportunity to house-sit a spectacular penthouse on Fifth Avenue, she leaps at the chance. What better place to celebrate than in snow-kissed Manhattan? What she didn’t expect was to find the penthouse still occupied by its gorgeous—and mysterious—owner.

Bestselling crime writer Lucas Blade is having the nightmare before Christmas. With a deadline and the anniversary of his wife’s death looming, he’s isolated himself in his penthouse with only his grief for company. He wants no interruptions, no decorations and he certainly doesn’t appreciate being distracted by his beautiful, bubbly new housekeeper. But when the blizzard of the century leaves Eva snowbound in his apartment, Lucas starts to open up to the magic she brings…This Christmas, is Lucas finally ready to trust that happily-ever-afters do exist?

 

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Fragile by Jandra Sutton

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RATING:🌕🌕🌕🌕🌕 (5/5 moons)

Publisher: Wild Hare Collective

Published: July 5, 2017

Format: ebook

Pages: 152

 

 

Does what makes you different from everyone else make you less of a living, breathing human being?”

 


 

SYNOPSIS:

What does it mean to be normal?

It’s such a loaded word, with about a billion different meanings, and every one of them makes Ava Collins sick.

At 17, Ava has been deaf for as long as she can remember. She grew up constantly reminded that she wasn’t – and couldn’t – be normal, that she needed to be ‘fixed’, but it wasn’t until she met Theo De Vries that she learned the truth.

Deaf doesn’t mean broken, it means different. And different isn’t a bad thing.

 

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