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Also, I've included a short summary for each book below. Happy reading!
~Jelena's Book Blog on Butterfly Weeds
"This is a beautiful, breathtaking love story that captures the true essence of friendship and falling in love. It's an absolutely stunning book that will definitely be gracing my list of favorite books of 2016!" ~Shelley at 2 Book Lovers Reviews on A Bird on a Windowsill
"UNPUTDOWNABLE!" ~Southern Belle Book Blog on For All You Have Left
"MILLER HAS DELIVERED A FLAWLESS NOVEL." ~Kathy Reads Fiction on When Cicadas Cry
Julia Lang expected a nice night away from the office--free of thoughts about the case, her failed engagement, her past. But she should have known better. Her past haunted her every chance it got these days, and tonight it came in the form of lyrics she never expected to hear again--not after a decade, not in the arms of another man and definitely not in the form of a confession.
Will Stephens doesn't chase dreams outside of his small, Missouri town. He's perfectly happy with his high school sweetheart in his arms, his guitar and his quiet, summer nights. But life for Will is about to change. He's about to find out what it's like to chase a dream--one that he has loved since he first laid eyes on her.
Logan Cross married her high school sweetheart when she was eighteen. But life had different plans for Logan, and now, at twenty-two, she is in the midst of starting over when Jorgen Ryker moves in next door.
They say in every guy’s life there’s a girl he’ll never forget and a summer where it all began. Well, for me, 1999 is that summer, and Brooke Sommerfield is that girl. But that was nearly nine years ago. And what they don’t tell ya is that you’ll blink, and both the summer and the girl will be gone.
When Omaha native Ashley Westcott suddenly shows up in Remington Jude’s small, Missouri town, she’s the talk of the town. When she leaves abruptly one day, the rumors fly. But only Rem knows why she left, and he’s not talking.
Based in small-town Missouri, A Bird on a Windowsill tells the story of a boy and a girl who share one past. And now, at twenty-three, having spent the last six years apart, they both must navigate the delicate line of loving and letting go, until they're each faced with a choice that could change their future--and their story.