Jess Taylor, nearing age thirty, and always one to walk on the wild side, is recovering from a horrendous accident that laid her up for almost a year.
The title of this book could have been Slow Burn, for that describes both the romance and the suspense elements of Nora Roberts’ new novel.
“This is a clever, charming, and very funny novel, and the reader who isn’t laughing out loud by the second page is surely lacking in the sense of humor department.”
“All the Colors of Night is an entertaining, easy to read novel into which you can immerse yourself for a day or two.”
Three years ago, a Border Collie puppy, more human than canine, was placed in a New York shelter with his three littermates. Feeling lonely and abandoned, he plans to be chosen by the perfect perso
This book by Nick Hornby is so “woke,” it’s as though the author is writing an opinion piece more than a novel.
“A gender-flip version of Faust, and also a haunting love story that will linger.”
“Mother for Dinner is a deeply uncomfortable novel. At times, it’s funny. At others, it’s a too-accurate examination of family ties. It’s also. . . about eating human flesh . . .
“The story should suit fans of romance, historical fiction, westerns, and anyone who loves a straightforward adventure tale about decent people striving together to overcome hardship.”
Growing up can be difficult, but having a strong faith, a loving family, and a good sense of direction as to where your future will lead you make things easier. And being in love also helps.
“This delightful Christmas story can be enjoyed any time of the year.”
Leah Porte works diligently for years to accomplish the enviable position as a television journalist reporting the down-and-gritty news in Los Angeles.
“Filled with tension and raw emotion, Barefoot on a Starlit Night is sure to please readers of contemporary romance.”
Corbin Beck is single, and a college professor dedicated to his job and doing research. His current study is to learn out how to offer nutritional upkeep for older dogs.
“In this case, fiction gives a much truer representation of humans behind the news than the supposedly factual media do.”
“Beatriz Williams deftly fits together the characters, stories, and themes that the narrative services into a cohesive whole.
Caleb Miller, an adjunct professor at a Madison, Wisconsin, college heads to the Chicago suburbs during the summer break.
Sarah Conley Hawkins, a big-shot reporter for the Atlanta Journal-Constitution, is offered a lucrative position with "Intelligentsia," an investigative news service in Washington, D.C.
“Charming, clever, sensual, and brimming with comedic situations, To Have and to Hoax is a Regency battle of the sexes that will evoke gentle laughter as it enthralls.”
Olivia Harper lives and works in Seattle, putting in grueling hours at her job as well as on her startup website business, Harper Media.
“a horror story, and something more. In its format and narrative, it’s also an adult fairy tale and a coming-of-age chronicle. . .
“Chiavaroli does a good job of tying up the various loose ends she has created.
“Whether sharing a piece of history or capturing the theme of this fictional book through the words of a character, Allende beautifully reveals the mastery of her prose
Twenty-seven-year-old Shannon Murphy is excited to learn she has sisters.
Selah Ropp moves back to her old hometown in the Amish community of Birch Creek, Ohio. While living in New York with her parents, she suffered an experience that left her depressed and anxious.