“The Friendship List is a sassy, sensuous tale about two women who discover their femininity for the first time.
Willa and Harper Lakey are as close as two sisters could be, even considering their dissimilar personalities.
The literary rumor mill portrays Naoise Dolan as the new Sally Rooney, and that suggestion alone might push a writer onto the bestseller list these days.
Natalie Harper hates her job at Pinnacle Fine Wines in Sonoma County, California, but the pay and benefits are worth it.
“two generations come to understand each other and find the true meaning of family.”
“Traveling Kate’s journey with her offers insightful experience many readers will relate to, expressed through some delightfully snappy prose.”
“the unique personalities of the complex characters along with a bit of mystery make this an involving read.”
This short story collection by Newbery Award-winner Madeleine L’Engle, published posthumously by her granddaughter, is aimed more at L’Engle scholars and devoted fans than recreational readers fami
“it’s the perennial conflict between motherhood and career, but not the way most readers might expect.”
“Overall, this is a reasonably good story that could have been much stronger. . . . The ending ties everything together but feels too pat and maybe a little too cute.
“a story of an obsessive friendship that is strong enough to survive death—and what happens in its aftermath.”
Everyone is familiar with the question "Where do you want to be in five years?"
“It's an unforgettable experience. The author is an extraordinary writer . . .”
“Topics of Conversation is a smart, well-articulated and -designed novel.
Mason, Missouri, is a typical small town where everyone knows everyone—and their business, too.
“Peopled with strong female characters, A Single Thread is a tribute to those women who defied convention and dared to find happiness in a world that had nothing left to offer them
“One murder, four confessors . . . what more does a good mystery need?”
“Despite the seriousness of much of the content that the book hints at, this is a quick read for the last days of summer.”
Since childhood all Caroline Shelby has wanted to do is design and sew clothing.
When Emma London was ten, her mother committed suicide. Her paternal grandmother, Genevieve, took her in to raise her.
“How Could She is a poignant, relatable and, at times, terribly funny, novel about female friendship . . .”
“Sager fans and new readers alike will enjoy this heart-pounding thriller that cleverly weaves economic anxiety with something a whole lot darker.”
“Nancy Thayer, recognized for her enchanting beach reads, goes above and beyond with Surfside Sisters by offering a compelling and more spirited book than the usual summer novel.”
This book, final volume of a trilogy, has been hailed as “hilarious” and “comedic” and similar terms.
When Annie Taft was three years old, she and her mother Lydia went camping at nearby Eden Hill State Park in the small town of Ludlow, SC.