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In SWEET RIVALRY, we delve deeper into the lovable brother from SWEET CHEEKS who readers asked for more about. Ryder Rodgers is inked, bearded, intelligent, and determined to make the girl he kissed thirteen years ago realize that beneath this sweet rivalry of theirs, there just might be something more there. The question is whether Harper Denton will believe him or think he’s trying to outmaneuver her solely to win the contract they’re both vying for.
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It’s the summer of 1992 and a gypsy moth invasion blankets Avalon Island.
Vivid with young lovers, gangs of outsiders; a plotting matriarch and demented military patriarch, THE GYPSY MOTH SUMMER is about the struggle to connect: within families, and among friends, neighbors and entire generations.
Jodi Picoult calls it “a hazy, hot daydream of hidden truth, scandal, and racial prejudice,” Amy Bloom, says it’s “irresistible storytelling,” Publishers Weekly, “powerful, riveting;” and booksellers “loved every thrilling moment.”
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In a land sculpted by glaciers, the forest is on fire. A firefighter unearths a shallow grave containing human remains, and a teenage boy disappears in Glacier Park. Monty Harris and Gretchen Larson must battle the destructive forces of man, nature, and their own emotions in a desperate race to fit all the pieces together.
The Weight of Night is the third novel in an award-winning series. Each novel stands alone but shares the stunning setting of Glacier Park and the complex and flawed people who live their lives in this stark and haunting place.
Publishers Weekly calls it “engrossing.” Booklist states, “Carbo provides sensitive character development,” RT Book Reviews says, “Fans of page-turning suspense will find this book impossible to put down,” and New York Journal of Books says, “Carbo doesn’t do superficial. She provides a story with dual tracks – the investigation… and the rugged journey of the soul.”
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