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Title: “A Merry Little Meet Cute”  Authors: Julie Murphy and Sierra Simone  Reading Level: Adult 

Books of the week of Nov. 30

Title: “A Merry Little Meet Cute” 
Authors: Julie Murphy and Sierra Simone 
Reading Level: Adult

This new release book co-written by Julie Murphy and Sierra Simone is the perfect super spicy holiday romantic comedy. This book is the Hallmark Channel meets Katee Robert’s Dark Olympus Series. It follows Bee Hobbes and Nolan Shaw as they both try to change their careers. For Bee, she wants to become a serious actress. Being accidentally cast in “Duke the Halls” on the Hope Channel is a dream come true. For Nolan, his days of being the bad boy in the boyband INKED are over. Broke and in need of money to care for his ill mother and teenage sister, Nolan hopes “Duke the Halls” will help clean his image up for roles with bigger paychecks. Both Bee and Nolan are told an on-set romance between them will ruin both of their dreams. However, their chemistry is too good to ignore. Can they keep their romance a secret or will they ruin everything? 

This is recommended for readers over the age of 18. This book is not a clean romance. There is graphic language and sexual content. This book can be found in the library and on the Libby app. 

“Three Missing Days” 
By Colleen Coble

The final installment of the Pelican Harbor series about Chief of Police Jane Hardy and her family that she lost years ago that have been restored to her.  This book dives deep into the mystery of why Jane’s mother abandoned her all those years ago and what happened to Reid’s own mother.  Just as they are starting to put the pieces of their past together, their present lives start to crumble.  Someone has murdered Reid’s ex-wife and is framing their son, Will.  Jane not only has to solve two previous murders in town, but now has to get evidence that will exonerate her son.  For every step forward they make, they take three steps back.  But Jane isn’t willing to give up so easy on her family.  

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