November’s new releases will keep out the chill

It’s that time again, our favorite time, when we get to share our new releases with you! This month, we have a new romance from E.J. Noyes, a timely romantic thriller from Cade Haddock Strong, and the much anticipated fourth novel in Heather Rose Jones’ Alpennia series.

If the Shoe Fits by E.J. Noyes

Jana Fleischer has it good. She’s surrounded by friends and family, a good job, so what does it matter if she’s not interested in a relationship with one of the many men she’s dated. She’s picky, she tells herself. When Jana has a chance meeting with Brooke Donnelly, and forms a fast friendship, she starts to question why things feel so different with Brooke. Like, life-changingly so. Will Jana be brave enough to follow how she feels? And will Brooke be brave enough to embrace her feelings as well?

Fare Game by Cade Haddock Strong

Newly appointed vice president at Logan Airlines, Kay Corbett stumbles onto a massive plot aimed at cheating passengers. Horrified at the unethical and illegal behavior, Kay decides to investigate on her own and work to bring down the ringleader. When Riley Bauer from finance starts working with Kay to expose the crime, the two women fall hard. This is high stakes, and both Kay and Riley need to decide how much they are willing to risk to bring the crimes to light.

Floodtide by Heather Rose Jones

Roz, a young laundress who was dismissed for “indecent acts” knows what fate awaits a young woman on the streets of 19th century Rotenek. As luck would have it, Roz gets a second chance working as an apprentice for seamstress Dominique the Dressmaker. What Roz didn’t anticipate was that her apprenticeship would involve learning magic from Dominique’s daughter, Celeste. As Roz’s powers grow, a terrible flood sweeps through the lower parts of the city. Together with Celeste, the two women could bring magical help and healing, but only if Roz can obtain the help of some unlikely allies.

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