The Divorce Papers by Susan Rieger is a romantic comedy about a female lawyer handling her first divorce case — and a messy, disasterous one at that. Fans of Where'd You Go, Bernadette? will recognize the format, as it's also told through personal correspondence, office memos, emails, articles, and legal papers.
A young witch in Edwardian England must choose between her love of an outsider and loyalty to her coven and family in Paula Brackston's paranormal love story The Midnight Witch. The Guardian writes, "If the Brontë sisters had penned magical realism, this would have been the result."
Myra MacPherson's The Scarlet Sisters: Sex, Suffrage, and Scandal in the Gilded Age tells the true story of two sisters who threatened the patriarchy of 19th century America with their brazen attitudes in defense of women's equality.
In her novel Tempting Fate, author Jane Green follows a woman who seems to be in the perfect relationship but finds herself more and more emotionally invested in a friendship that threatens to unravel her marriage.
I've Never Been to Vegas, but My Luggage Has: Mishaps and Miracles on the Road…
Mandy Hale, blogger and author of The Single Woman: Life, Love, and a Dash of Sass, returns with her advice-filled memoir I've Never Been to Vegas, but My Luggage Has: Mishaps and Miracles on the Road to Happily Ever After. With a dash of humor, Mandy shares true tales from her life of love lost and found and how she found her own version of "happily ever after."
Nickolas Butler's novel Shotgun Lovesongs tells the story of four childhood friends reuniting in their hometown for a wedding. Now they must navigate the complexities of adult friendships, and the heartbreak, stress, and healing that comes with it.
In Alice LaPlante's psychological thriller A Circle of Wives explores the mysteries of trust, love, and jealousy as it follows detectives solving the murder of a closeted polygamist whose three wives didn't know about each other. Juicy!