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  • Sunshine Girls

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    I’d grown up thinking life was like one of the dressmaking patterns Mother bought to sew my clothes. If I followed it, my life would turn out as perfect as my dresses. I’d meet someone and fall in love with him. He would love me and take care of me. ...


  • Cat's Cafe

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    Catherine Stubin was already looking for a way out of strait-laced Louisville, Kentucky when a handsome, charismatic Irishman walked into her family’s Thanksgiving dinner party. She was thrilled at first sight. Alone, desolate, and weary of 1870s ...


  • Too Soon Old

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    Now in her nineties, a woman reflects on the seminal decision she made, to flee an abusive husband in Vancouver and take her little boy to live with her on the remote, northern farm that her late parents had created from the wilderness. As she ...


  • The Precious Not Forgotten

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    Faced with a shattering early-onset Alzheimer’s diagnosis, Raine Johnston must make two heart-wrenching decisions. One, she will not tell a soul about her condition, and two, she will record as much as she can of her life before she is robbed of her ...


  • From Thorns

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    A teenage pregnancy forces Amy to leave her abusive family home and search for help. Although she gets support from good people, poor self esteem and the voices from her past plague her. Just as she begins to gain some confidence, she’s drawn into ...


  • Forever Yours To Love

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    Medical student Claire has her eyes on the future: become a doctor, get married, and have a family, all the things her strict upbringing has engrained into her. She certainly doesn’t have time for men, and definitely doesn’t have time for love. At ...


  • No Place Like Home

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    Crystal Pearson lived a nomadic life with her Uncle Frank until moving next door to an ex-CSIS agent in Newfoundland, who discovers the shocking truth about her past. Forced to leave, Crystal is introduced to a world of wealth, money, and power, ...


  • The Language of Dreams

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    Twenty-two-year-old Clare Thomas Lane begins therapy by court order, not by choice. Clare is sure that she doesn't need the help of a shrink. Clare's fortysomething psychotherapist, Avery Frontiera, doubts her own ability to connect with this ...


  • Keep Your Chin Up

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    The year is 2020—the onset of a global pandemic. As officials around the world begin imposing lockdown protocols, billions of people are finding themselves locked in their homes, isolated from their communities and the connections that sustain their ...


  • For Love and Mercy

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    “Suddenly angelic beings of light appeared. They said I was at a crossroad, and it was here where I had to make a choice . . .” In 2022, forty-two-year-old Dr. Stormy Hera, a music professor at the University of Victoria, is serving a manslaughter ...