Starting over is difficult, but sometimes it is necessary. Olivia McFee learns this the hard way.
“Cruz has created an unforgettable character in Cara. And readers will feel like they’ve made a new, fascinating friend.”
“an intellectually engaging and psychologically probing novel about a family returning from a dark place to a better one.”
“tightly crafted women’s fiction, with a sensitive look at love, conscience, and loyalty.”
What could be more fun and exciting than being single and having a thriving business located right on the California waterfront?
The world in which Geoffrey Chaucer created his considerable body of writing often painted women as the gateway of the devil, insatiable sexual monsters who consumed their men with their crude, las
“Kerri Maher’s The Paris Bookseller is a worthy homage to Sylvia Beach and a love letter to all bookstores, libr
“Belle’s writing style is a major draw to her ability to present a story that one is unable to put down.”
Addison Hope is living a new life in Pennsylvania. Two years prior she was found confused, disheveled, and wandering down a lonely country road.
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 book by Nick Hornby is so “woke,” it’s as though the author is writing an opinion piece more than a novel.
“Meyerson does an admirable job of answering the question she posed to herself, and by the end of the story, ties up all the loose ends that she tossed out to the reader from the beginning.
Professor Frank Hobbs never thought he'd find love, that is until he met Maggie. Working on his Ph.D.
“suspense-filled action comprised of secretive activities, vengeance, murder, envy, and iniquity that is sure to whet the appetite of true lovers of psychological thrillers.”
Elise Sorenson is a dressage rider.
“[W]hen love ends in frustrated, sad, even bitter disappointment, what does that really mean? Does it, in fact, end?
“Hyde is a master at mining the emotional depths of her characters and bringing them out the other side.”
“Despite the richness of Cander’s prose, in The Weight of a Piano she crafts a novel that staggers somewhat under its own weight and the weight it carries of its alienated and ofte
“Moving On goes on and on, but you'll keep reading just the same.”
"several delicious Lifetime movies rolled into one . . . The finished product is superbly satisfying."
“A winning and wonderful novel, with a unique and distinctive storyline, there is a little bit of magic for everyone within the pages of this book.”
As scores of friends, relatives, and relatives-of-friends gather in Atlanta on a sunny April afternoon for the tastefully expensive wedding of Elizabeth Gottlieb and Hank Jackson, seven of these as
When the seemingly inevitable monster weather event occurs, how prepared will we be? We Are Unprepared is the unequivocal answer from debut author Meg Little Reilly.
“The rest of the characters rarely rise beyond caricatures—they are sketched so briefly and incompletely that they become virtual non-entities.”
“. . . an easy, breezy read, funny and charming . . .”