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5 Books you will want to share with your friends

On August 1st, National Girlfriends Day encourages women across the U.S. to get together and celebrate their special bond of friendship. Reading brings people together through the love of authors or unforgettable books. Enjoy these five books you will want to share with your friends!

Playmaker (Scoring #3) by Jami Davenport

My teammates think she's married. I think it's more than that. Other than her name, I don't know anything about her, but I can't get enough of her. She's my obsession, my world, my everything. If only she would let me in, tell me why she's terrified, why she stays in the shadows, why she can't be seen in public. Then as quickly as she came into my life, she disappears.

Virgin Daiquiri (Love After Midnight #2) by Elise Faber

I’d spent my life watching everything happen around me. But never actually living it. Sheltered. Naïve. Shy. The top three adjectives to describe me. Well, that and awkward. Until Brent.

Who Wants to Marry a Cowboy by Abigail Sharpe

With instant chemistry that sizzles, Riley and Ainsley can't help falling for one another. But as the other competitors stampede through their lives, are Riley and Ainsley destined to find their hearts trampled by the very same game that brought them together?


August Fog by A.L. Goulden

Monica Waters has 31 days to choose between the love of her life or her soulmate. Juggling an unglamorous Hollywood career and a clumsy injury with an endless cocktail of antidepressants and dull daily routines, Monica moves through her thirties in a fog, avoiding the pain of her damaged marriage, broken body, and fragile mind. Until he comes along.

The Perfect Hideaway by Alys Murray

Annie Martin is thrilled to have moved from the hectic buzz of L.A. to the small town of Hillsboro, Northern California, where the most happening bar only plays honky-tonk and nowhere does a good matcha latte. But the best thing about Hillsboro? The Anderson sisters. At their noisy family dinners, Annie can almost forget the mistakes she made back in the city, trying to fit in.

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