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Savannah blues : a novel by Mary Kay Andrews — Antique “picker” “Weezie” Foley is still angry that ex-husband Talmadge got her painstakingly restored Savannah townhouse in the divorce. So finding the dead body of Talmadge’s new girlfriend casts suspicion on her.

Slave to fashion : a novel by Rebecca Campbell — Katie Castle has the perfect flat (her boyfriend’s place) and the perfect job working for a fashion designer (her boyfriend’s mother). But she can’t help wanting one last fling. If you liked Confessions Of A Shopaholic, try this one.

Talking to Addison by Jenny Colgan — When her bad luck with men and apartments runs true to form, Holly Livingstone talks one of her best friends into renting her a tiny room in his apartment. Once there, she becomes obsessed with another of the roommates, Addison, a reclusive but gorgeous computer geek.

Must love dogs : a novel by Claire Cook — Dateless for two years after her divorce, Sarah Hurlihy is pushed back into dating when her older sister places a personal ad for her. Sarah finds herself dealing with a few odd dates and the intense interest of her large Irish Catholic family.

Fast women by Jennifer Crusie — Recently divorced Nell Dysart begins life afresh when she takes a job as secretary to private investigator Gabe McKenna. As Nell begins to organize the office against Gabe’s wishes, she discovers embezzlement, bribery and a decidedly unprofessional attraction to Gabe.

Girls' poker night : a novel by Jill A. Davis — When newspaper columnist Ruby Capote moves back to New York, she starts a weekly poker game with some old college friends, locates a good therapist, and finds herself attracted to her boss, Michael.

Having it and eating it by Sabine Durrant — Raising two small children isn’t glamorous — as Maggie Owens realizes bumping into her glamorous old school friend, Claire. When Maggie’s partner Jake is working late and Claire seems to know too much about him, Maggie gets suspicious. For anyone who enjoyed My Life On A Plate.

Motherhood made a man out of me by Karen Karbo — Brooke and Mary Rose are best friends. Brooke is the mother of a six-month-old. Mary Rose is pregnant. Brooke is married to Lyle, though, at times, she wonders why. Mary Rose would be married if Ward, the father of her child, weren't already. Ward and Brooke are cousins...

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