At the Turn of the 20th Century (year 1900), the Soda Fountain was a safe and socially acceptable place for men and women to meet. Courting couples could enjoy a little semi-private time tucked in the back of the drug store sipping one Coca-Cola from two straws. Come see a vintage article written about why soda fountains foster romance, and how the Soda Men must safeguard themselves against falling for lonely maiden customers. Soda Fountains remained a courtship and dating icon from the late nineteenth century through the 1950s and beyond. What was the draw?
Introducing USA Today Bestselling Author Josie Riviera and her Valentine’s Day-themed title, I Love You More. This sweet contemporary romance contains elements we love: family, second chances, and connections the characters didn’t know they had. I’m treating myself to this read for Valentines!
Congratulations to Grace Greene on today’s NEW RELEASE, a women’s fiction/chick-lit title with elements of sweet, clean romance–THE HAPPINESS IN BETWEEN. A woman returns home to hide from her past mistakes and discovers one more chance at happiness.