Es­cape to a charm­ing small town!

From quirky char­ac­ters to pic­turesque scenery, these re­lax­ing reads are brim­ming with small-town charm!

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✤ Savor a coastal love story! Herons Land­ing by Joann Ross. Ross’ fans have been wait­ing for her Hon­ey­moon Har­bor series, and the first book fi­nally hit stores this week! Las Ve­gas concierge Bri­anna Man­nion is used to ful­fill­ing over-the-top wishes, but when she vis­its her home­town, she re­al­izes that her deep­est dreams have been put on hold. There’s the creaky Vic­to­rian house she longs to turn into a ro­man­tic B&B, and then there’s Seth, the boy she pined for years ago . . .

✤ Start over on a tiny is­land! Now That You Men­tion It by Kris­tan Hig­gins. Af­ter get­ting hit by a truck dur­ing a pizza run and over­hear­ing her boyfriend hit on an­other doc­tor from her hospi­tal bed, Dr. Nora Stu­art needs the com­forts of home— stat. But the tiny com­mu­nity of Scup­per Is­land, Maine, doesn’t nec­es­sar­ily want her back. Can she heal her wounds while nav­i­gat­ing her fam­ily’s scan­dals and se­crets?

✤ Re­lax with a cozy mys­tery! Paint the Town Dead by Nancy Had­dock. When Leslee Stan­ton Nix moved to sleepy Li­ly­vale, Ar­kan­sas, to look af­ter her aunt, she thought life would be about as ex­cit­ing as watch­ing paint dry. But soon, she’s join­ing Sherry Mae in a lo­cal crafts store busi­ness—and rush­ing to solve a mur­der when one of their stu­dents turns up dead af­ter gourd-paint­ing class!

✤ Be­lieve in se­cond chances! The Se­cret In­gre­di­ent of Wishes by Su­san Bishop Crispell. Rachel Mon­roe has a se­cret: She can make wishes come true—some­times by ac­ci­dent. When she in­ad­ver­tently ful­fills a lit­tle girl’s wish for a uni­corn, Rachel de­cides it’s time to hit the road. Af­ter run­ning out of gas in a North Carolina town that’s lit­er­ally called Nowhere, she meets a mys­te­ri­ous pie baker with her own mag­i­cal back­story.

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