Revisit These 7 Classic Romances Today

by Karen Green

Some things never go out of style, like a great book by a favorite author! These seven classics have been rereleased for a new generation of book lovers to discover and for long-time fans to rediscover. The covers have been refreshed but the timeless, beloved stories from these powerhouse authors remain as engaging and exciting as when they were originally published. Pick up one of these fan favorites today!

 

Hidden Star (Stars of Mithra) by Nora Roberts

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Bailey James is a woman who can’t remember a thing, including why she has a satchel full of cash and a diamond as big as a baby’s fist. Bailey desperately needs the help of private investigator Cade Parris to figure it out. Surely she isn’t a criminal—but how can Cade unravel this mystery if he keeps tripping over his heart? Originally released in 1997.

Stephanie (Orchard Valley) by Debbie Macomber

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Stephanie Bloomfield returns home to Orchard Valley, Oregon after her father suffers a heart attack, but Steffie has other worries, too. She’d fled Orchard Valley three years earlier because of her humiliating rejection by the man she loved, local journalist Charles Tomaselli. It’s not long before Steffie and Charles begin reliving past battles—and renewing old feelings. He was the reason she left; this time, will he give her a reason to stay? Originally published in 1992.

A Silken Thread by Brenda Jackson

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Finding a soulmate was the easy part for Erica Sanders. Brian Lawson is everything she could have dreamed of and then some. Everyone agrees… everyone, that is, except for her own mother, who delights in uncovering Brian’s betrayal that implodes everything and destroys their engagement. Yet Erin has lingering doubts over her choice. What if there were more secrets, ones that changed everything?

The Four Seasons by Mary Alice Monroe

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Jillian, Beatrice and Rose Season have gathered for the funeral of their younger sister, Meredith. Her death, and the legacy she leaves them, will trigger a cross-country journey in search of a stranger with the power to mend their shattered lives. As the emotions of the past reverberate into the present, Jillian, Beatrice and Rose search for the girls they once were, in hopes of finding what they really lost: the women they were meant to be. Originally released in 2001.

Rodeo Rescuer (Wrangler’s Corner) by Lynette Eason

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No matter where she runs, rodeo clown Tonya Waters’s stalker always finds her. If bull rider Seth Starke hadn’t saved her, she’d be dead. But when the handsome cowboy is injured in the ring and Tonya rescues him, Seth seems more determined than ever to keep her safe. But can she risk staying at his Tennessee ranch and bringing danger to his family? Originally published in 2015.

Sweet Talk (The Bakery Sisters) by Susan Mallery

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Claire Keye hasn’t seen the family bakery or her two sisters in years.
But now Nicole is sick, and Jesse is AWOL. Despite the fact that Claire can’t boil water, she’s determined to play caretaker. Connecting with her sisters tops her to-do list—along with falling in love, or at least in lust, for the first time. Although ruggedly sexy Wyatt and Claire come from entirely different worlds, he might just fit the bill. Originally released in 2008.

A Wedding on Primrose Street (Life in Icicle Falls) by Sheila Roberts

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Roberta Gilbert has been hosting events at her charming Victorian for thirty years. She’s an expert on weddings, but not on mother-daughter relations. When her daughter, Daphne, comes home and decides to help with the business, the receptions become truly memorable—and not in a good way. Then there’s the added complication of Roberta’s gardener, who seems more interested in Daphne than he is in planting primroses. Originally published in 2015.

 

Are any of your favorites on this list or will you be discovering a classic? Let us know in the comments!

 

 

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