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Tule’s 2023 Mother’s Day Recommended Reads

In honor of Mother’s Day, the Tule team has picked out some titles we know you, or a very special mother, will love. Whether you’re looking for sexy or sweet, you’ll be sure to find a Mother’s Day treat!

Four Secrets Kept by H L Marsay

The Secrets of Hartwell, Book 2

Welcome to Hartwell, an English village full of cobbled streets, ancient curses, and buried secrets.

Although the village may have laid Lord Hanley to rest, his death creates almost as many problems as did his life.

While Lady Lucy Hanley hides in her manor home recovering from her miserable marriage and dodging a stalker, she’s determined to focus on raising her young son and finding ways to make the manor financially viable. Rachel Foxton, who’s long imagined a life away from Hartwell, has her dreams of escape thwarted by a family drama. Dr. Meera Kumar’s budding relationship with the village vet bathes her in a golden glow…until her ex arrives delivering troubling news that threatens everything she’s built. Jo Ormond is convinced she knows what she wants—her detective job back in London—but as she investigates several local crimes that seem linked, including Lord Hanley’s murder, Jo begins to contemplate putting down roots in Hartwell.

Can friends Lucy, Rachel, Meera, and Jo bury the secrets of their own pasts while danger follows them?

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Montana Cowboy Bride by Jane Porter

Wyatt Brothers of Montana, Book 6

“I was glued to this one from start to finish. This author’s characters are just well developed and leap off the page. I wanted to be pals with Briar and just give her a hug. The poor girl was a little lost in life. She ended up at the ranch her brother runs with so much heaviness on her shoulders. Through out the story, Briar really grows as a person. She has some help along with the way with Jet, the hero, Miss Warner, the owner of the ranch, and Emma, the housekeeper all giving her a good advice and a chance to shine. This book was probably one of my favorites in the series. Briar and Jet grow closer throughout the story. Jet also has a complicated past with some baggage of his own. These two lost souls spend time growing together. This book was well written with great conflict to keep me devouring it to the end. .” – Lindy, Goodreads

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An Unsuitable Boy by Sinclair Jayne Sawhney

Misguided Masala Matchmaker, Book 3

“An Unsuitable Boy (Misguided Masala Matchmaker Book 3) by Sinclair Jayne Sawhney is without a doubt my favorite of the series. Perhaps it is because the fearless Dhruv Narula finds the respect and love that his family should have given all along. It is hard being the black sheep of the family especially when it is undeserved.” – Paula, Goodreads

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Her Cowboy Baby Daddy by Jeannie Watt

Return to Keller Ranch, Book 2

“This is such an entertaining read and a wonderful addition to this series. I loved reading Spence and Hayley’s story. Spence comes home to help out on the ranch but he is only planning on staying temporary. Hayley wants a baby but doesn’t want a relationship. When these two come together their story is funny, a little emotional with some drama. You do not want to miss this book. It will keep you glued to the pages from start to finish.” – Sherri, Goodreads

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Lola and the Single Dad by Kelly Hunter

Outback Babies, Book 4

“Another wonderful read in this must read series this isn’t the first series set in Wirralong but it has the same lovely small town country feel that all of the series has but this one has something special babies each of the stories revolves around a baby belonging to one of the main characters In this case it is Oliver the baby son of blacksmith Ned who lost his wife at the birth of his son He is slowly getting his life back together with the help of family and friends Then a whirl wind in the shape of Lola Darcy arrives she is an aspiring actress in Wirrlong to visit her godmother There are instant sparks between these two and she soon connects with Oliver as she baby sits him. But can two such opposites have a future You will have to read to see.” – Debbie, Goodreads

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