July’s new releases are hot, hot, hot

It’s new release day, and we have sweet new romances from Karin Kallmaker, Bette Hawkins and Virginia Hale for you.

Because I Said So by Karin Kallmaker

Kesa Sapiro learned to grow up fast when her parents passed and she was put in charge of raising her younger sister, Josie. When Josie announces she’s getting married to a young man she’s only known for a few weeks, Kesa forbids it. Also shocked by this news is Shannon Dealan, who’s chosen family son, Paz, is the other half of this young couple. Josie and Paz set up a meeting between their loved ones, hoping it can thaw the ice about their nuptials, and as life often has it, nothing goes according to plan.

In My Heart by Bette Hawkins

It’s 1958 and Alice Johnson’s one big love is music, even though she feels the pressure in her small Southern town to settle down and marry. Everything changes when one night she sees up-and-coming singer Dorothy Long, and becomes even more determined to follow her dreams, now with a muse to inspire her. Before she knows it, Alice actually meets her idol and joins her on the road…and her hotel room. Will this unexpected desire consume Alice, or could Dorothy share on those feelings?

The Secret Chord by Virginia Hale

When music teacher Kate York accepts a position at her old alma mater and boarding school, St. Joan of Arc, the last thing she expected was to come face to face with her former roommate Tilly, who was brought on as a substitute. When they last saw each other as teenager, and despite their feelings for each other, Tilly was determined to join the sisterhood of nuns that raised her as an orphan. With Tilly refusing to talk about their past, Kate wonders if they can rekindle their friendship. However, there’s much more brewing beneath the surface for both women.

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