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Libby Hubscher

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Libby Hubscher is an author and scientist. She studied biology at Bowdoin College in Brunswick, Maine and holds a doctor of philosophy in molecular toxicology from North Carolina State University. Her work has appeared online and in textbooks, scientific journals, and literary journals. Her short story The Unwelcome Guest was long-listed for the Wigleaf Top 50 in 2018. She lives in North Carolina with her husband, two young children, and a menagerie of pets.

Genres: Romance

Libby Hubscher recommends
The Layover (2021)
Lacie Waldon
"The Layover is an ideal escape—from the intriguing insider’s view of air travel to the picturesque setting on the shores of Belize, I was swept away on Ava’s journey as she spars with Jack, wrestles her feelings, and learns to trust her own heart. A fun and irresistible romance that soars."
The Last Chance Library (2021)
Freya Sampson
"Both spellbinding and tender, The Last Chance Library is a gorgeous love letter to books, a celebration of the characters that make a community, and an inspiring call to muster our courage and fight for the things that matter. Simply put, this book is sublime."
The Fastest Way to Fall (2021)
Denise Williams
"Funny, flirtatious, and full of heart, The Fastest Way to Fall is an absolute winner! I loved tagging along with upbeat and utterly relatable Britta as she tries new things, gets strong, and meets her perfect match in Wes. I fell head-over-heels and never wanted it to end."
The Roughest Draft (2022)
Austin Siegemund-Broka and Emily Wibberley
"Utterly engrossing and beautifully wrought, The Roughest Draft is an intimate and authentic portrayal of human connection and the creative process. An exquisite love story that will leave you spellbound and longing for more."
Mr. Wrong Number (2022)
Lynn Painter
"Hilarious, heart-melting, and hopeful, Painter's adult debut is a romantic delight that I wished would never end. The phone number might have been wrong, but every single thing about Mr. Wrong Number is oh-so right."

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