These cozy tales are a little bit silly and a little bit sappy, and breeze right on by. In “Sill Me” by Jojo Moyes, Louisa Clark (“Me Before You”) moves to New York., eager to start a new life. To her surprise, she meets Joshua Ryan, a man who brings with him a whisper of her past. “Moyes is at her most charming here ” (Kirkus Reviews). In “Now that you Mention It“ by Kristin Higgins, Dr Nora Stuart, nursing a fractured clavicle and a broken heart, beats a retreat to Scupper Island, Maine, hoping to recuperate and reconnect with her family. “The Café by the Sea” by Jenny Colgan defies Thomas Wolfe’s edict that you can’t go home again. Flora, a junior solicitor, is tasked with smoothing a client’s land seal on the Isle of Mure. Since, naturally, Flora had left Mure planning never to return, this is a less than welcome homecoming.