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Amy E Reichert



Amy Reichert earned her MA in Literature from Marquette University, and honed her writing and editing skills as a technical writer (which is exactly as exciting as it sounds). As a newly minted member of the local library board, she loves helping readers find new books to love. Shes a life-long Wisconsin resident with (allegedly) a very noticeable accent, a patient husband, and two too-smart-for-their-own-good kids. When time allows, she loves to read, collect more cookbooks than she could possibly use, and test the limits of her DVR.

Genres: Romance, General Fiction
 
Amy E Reichert recommends
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The Choices We Make (2016)
Karma Brown
"With effortless and beautiful writing, Karma Brown twists heartache and hope together in The Choices We Make."
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Close Enough to Touch (2017)
Colleen Oakley
"Colleen Oakley writes a unique twist on love that I couldn't read it fast enough."
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The Awkward Path to Getting Lucky (2017)
Summer Heacock
"Hilarious, bawdy humor with a helping dose of swoon!."
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How to be Happy (2017)
Eva Woods
"A special book that will make you laugh through your tears with its heartfelt take on happiness and friendship."
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Left to Chance (2017)
Amy Sue Nathan
"As beautiful as Teddi Lerner's photography, Amy Nathan's writing will draw you into the secrets, charm, and hope of Chance, Ohio. The past is revealed, a future is found, and nothing is Left to Chance!"
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Dreaming in Chocolate (2018)
Susan Bishop Crispell
"Come for the life-changing chocolates and opinionated apothecary table, stay for the enchanting eight-year old and complicated secrets."
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The Room on Rue Amelie (2018)
Kristin Harmel
"The strong and courageous inhabitants of THE ROOM ON RUE AMELIE occupied all my time until the tender and powerful final pages. Beautifully written, Kristin Harmel’s latest is an unforgettable exploration of love and hope during the darkest of moments."
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Love and Other Words (2018)
Christina Lauren
"Christina Lauren has found a new sweet spot, with heartbreaking and hopeful language that will evoke the whirlwind immediacy of adolescence and the complicated choices of adulthood. Love and Other Words weaves past and present together in an emotional story that will have you declaring your favorite word is LOVE."
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Life On the Leash (2018)
Victoria Schade
"Playful, lovable, and heartwarming, Life on the Leash is the definition of feel-good fiction. Victoria Schade's irresistible debut will have you cheering for dog trainer Cora, and the cast of charismatic characters, furry and non-furry. Add this to your to-read pile immediately!"
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Beach Read (2020)
Emily Henry
"Beach Read by Emily Henry has everything the title promises--a romping plot, family secrets, and the thrill of falling in love, all set on the sweeping shores of eastern Lake Michigan. I cannot wait to read what Henry writes next."
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A Rogue of One's Own (2020)
(League of Extraordinary Women, book 2)
Evie Dunmore
"A modern romance in a Victorian dress, sans the corset."
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The Secret French Recipes of Sophie Valroux (2020)
(Sophie Valroux, book 1)
Samantha Vérant
"The Secret French Recipes of Sophie Valroux is a scrumptious novel about family, love, and food, layered like the very best dishes, each bite revealing another luscious note. If you love fiction and food, Samantha Verant serves it up right."
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The Cookbook Club (2020)
Beth Harbison
"Heartwarming and fun, The Cookbook Club celebrates food and female friendship with a side of sweet romance that affirms the simple joy of being with people you care about. This is the book I didn’t know I needed."
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The Break-Up Book Club (2021)
Wendy Wax
"A joyous tribute to female friendship and book clubs everywhere, Wendy Wax weaves the lives of diverse women (and a few charming men) together in an unputdownable story. Just try not to fall in love with every single character in The Break-Up Book Club."

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