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PICKS OF THE WEEK: Fall in love with these romance titles at the library

Check out these 'lovely' picks from the BWG Library
BWG Library PIcks of the Week

This week, each and every book we are recommending is a romance.  Why?  Well, why not?  Enjoy this week’s BWG Library Picks of the Week and feel free to reach out to the BWG librarians for personalized suggestions.  You can message them through Facebook or email [email protected].  We can help you choose books based on your favourite authors, favourite genres…even your favourite cover colour!

Seven Days in June, by Tia Williams

Running into reclusive authorShane Hall at a literary event, bestselling erotica writer Eva Mercy, over the next seven days, reconnects with this man who broke her heart 20 years earlier.

First, Become Ashes, by K. M. Szpara

An adventure that explores self-discovery after trauma and outgrowing abusive origins over the course of an American road trip.

Freed: Fifty Shades Freed as Told by Christian, by E. L. James

Told from the viewpoint of Christian Grey, this thrilling new chapter finds the marriage between Christian and Anastasia threatene dby old rivalries and resentments.

The Words Best Man, byMia Sosa

The top wedding coordinator in Washington, D.C., Carolina Santosis offered an opportunity of a lifetime, but there is just one hitch—she has to collaborate with the best man from her own failed nuptials—and decides to dish out a little payback of her own until the unexpected happens.

Neon Gods, by Katee Robert

To escape her controlling mother, an arranged marriage and the ultra-modern city of Olympus, Persephone Dimitrou makes a devil’s bargain with a man who she once believed was a myth who awakens her heart and body to a world she never knew existed.

The Boy Toy, by Nicola Marsh

Returning home to Australia after nearly a decade of estrangement from the Indian mother who arranged her marriage to a faithless man, an L.A. business woman coaches an attractive stuntman who remembers her from a steamy one-night stand.