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Top Five Romance Novels

To celebrate Valentine’s Day, Five on Friday is showcasing love stories. From historical and suspenseful, to contemporary and young adult, here are five stunning romances to get your heart aflutter . . .

1. SHE BELONGS TO ME by Carmen DeSousa: This international bestseller is a tightly woven tale of love, possession, and concealed histories.  Read more

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2. THE SWEETEST THING by Lilian Darcy: Love isn’t always sweet and easy . . . Family secrets and second chances in this inspirational romanceRead more

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3. JACOB’S RETURN by Annette Blair : Uplifting and unforgettable, this USA Today bestseller is about love and faith in impossible circumstancesRead more

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4. ETERNAL STARLING by Angela Corbett: Swoonworthy young adult urban fantasy . . . A love so strong, even eternity can’t separate them.   Read more

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5. HOPELESS FOR YOU by Hayden Hill: One man afraid of commitment. One woman afraid to love again. One life-changing journey. Read more

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Hope you found a suitable novel to get you in the Valentine’s mood. Any suggestions for next week’s Five on Friday? We were thinking Epic Fantasies . . .

Top Five Suspense-Filled Mysteries

Five on Friday this week is highlighting some tense and twisty page-turning mysteries to die for . . .

1. MURDER IN MIND by Cheryl Bradshaw: Thrilling page-turner from a USA Today bestselling authorClick here to read more

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2. STEAL AWAY by Linda Hall: In this suspenseful novel, PI Teri Blake-Addison pieces together the life of an unhappy minister’s wife.  Click here to read more

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3. THE GAUGIN CONNECTION by Estelle Ryan: An intriguing and unique mystery with over 120 five-star reviews. Click here to read more

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4. GREENWOOD TREE by B. Lloyd: Don’t miss this complex, multi-layered story full of whimsy, horror, and mystery.  Click here to read more

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5. THE PHILANTHROPIST’S DANSE by Paul Wornham: Twelve people. Five days. One fortune. A desperate family will do anything to save their inheritance. Except share it.  Click here to read more

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Next Friday, as it’s Valentine’s Day, we’ll be featuring some swoonworthy love stories . . .

eBook statistics that may surprise you

Reading is alive and well, and we’ve got the stats to prove it. Turns out ereaders are encouraging people to rekindle (scuse the pun) their love of reading.

Kaitlyn is part of the design and research team at OnlineTeachingDegree.com. A while back she contacted me with some interesting statistics. The team over there have created an infographic illustrating how ereaders have taught us to start reading again.

The following statistics relate mainly to Americans but, as a Brit, I found it really interesting nonetheless. Maybe you will too:

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Created by: www.OnlineTeachingDegree.com