Happy March! Its finally here, bringing with it warmer weather, blooming flowers, and a renewed sense of energy. As we emerge from the colder months, there’s no better way to welcome the season than with a fresh set of books to read. So, grab a cozy blanket, pour yourself a glass of wine, and dive into our spring book recommendations. Your heart will be singing in no time.

Zora, an independent bookstore owner in DC, has always put her business before romance. But when her long-time crush, a mystery author named Lawrence, shows up for an event, she starts to rethink her priorities. To her surprise, Lawrence’s best friend, Reid, is also there, and despite his initial grumpiness, Zora finds herself drawn to him as well. As she navigates a love triangle with two very different men, Zora realizes there may be more to their friendship than meets the eye. With secrets and surprises around every corner, this curvy romance is not to be missed!

A former rising star in the art world, Johanna Porter, decides to attend an elite gallery opening for her ex-lover, Nestor Pinedo, after some styling help from her daughter. At the event, she sees the portrait of herself, La Rosa Blanca, which she identifies as a masterwork with a hefty price tag. She cuts it out of its frame and takes it, seeking refuge in a shack on the Chesapeake Bay. With the painting in her possession, Johanna seeks to revive her own artistic skills and defy expectations of what a woman like her should be.

From the #1 New York Times bestselling author of the Crossfire® saga comes a new thrilling tale of obsession and rage that will leave readers on the edge of their seats. In this twisty story, widower Kane Black becomes enraptured by a woman who looks identical to his late wife, Lily. As Kane becomes increasingly possessed by her, his mother, Aliyah, and sister-in-law, Amy, begin to question her true identity and motivations. With dangerous secrets buried beneath the surface, the three women must protect what they covet at any cost, leading to a dangerous game of trust and deceit. You won’t be able to put this page-turner down!


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