Below is a list of the African-American books on sale during the month of JANUARY 2020. Click on the title for our review of the book. Click on BUY to purchase.
January 2020
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SECOND-CHANCE SWEET SHOP - Rochelle Alers
Windham Falls Weddings (Book #8)
Harlequin Special Edition
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CATEGORY ROMANCE
Brand-new bakery owner Sasha Manning didn’t anticipate that the teenager she hired would have such an attractive father. Back home after years away, Sasha still smarts from falling for a man who seemed too good to be true. Divorced single dad Dwight Adams will have to prove to Sasha that he’s the real deal…and once again learn to trust someone with his heart along the way.
A PRIVATE AFFAIR - A. C. Arthur
A Steamy Workplace Romance (Book #1)
Harlequin Dare
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CATEGORY ROMANCE
Fashion executive Riley Gold knows that appearances are everything. And New Year’s Eve in Milan is no exception. If Riley’s going to have a reputation for being an “ice princess,” then she’s going to be flawless, glacier-cold perfection. Especially when Chaz Warren is here, looking too damn good, too damn sexy…and every inch the enemy.
SWEET TALKIN' LOVER - Tracy Livesay
A Girls Trip Novel (Book #1)
Harper Collins/Avon Books
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CONTEMPORARY ROMANCE
Marketing manager Caila Harris knows that the road to success in the beauty industry doesn’t allow for detours. She’s forsaken any trace of a social life, working 24/7 to ensure her next promotion. When grief over her grandfather’s death leads to several catastrophic decisions, Caila gets one final chance to prove herself: shut down an unprofitable factory in a small Southern town. But as soon as she arrives in Bradleton, she meets one outsized problem: the town’s gorgeous mayor.
SNAPSHOT - Camryn King
Kensington Dafina/Fiction
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ROMANTIC SUSPENSE
Breathtaking oceanfront views, friendly locals, festive meals. At first, award-winning photographer Kennedy Wade’s magazine shoot in the Bahamas is more play than work. Until she loses 48 hours of her life after flirting with a sexy stranger. Until her camera goes missing-and once back in the States, she feels certain of being watched. So when Kennedy gets an unmistakable warning to quit digging deeper, she’s not about to give up.