DuncanAldersonMagnoliaCity

Magnolia City by Duncan Alderson

“What first caught my attention about Magnolia City is the gorgeous woman on the cover of the book. The woman happens to be author Duncan W. Alderson's mother. Based on old images he had of his mother, Alderson wrote the story of Hetty Allen, a...
FernMichaelsAFamilyAffair

A Family Affair by Fern Michaels

“Fern Michaels has long been cherished by readers as much for her poignant tales of adventure, love and family as for her complex, compelling characters and emotionally powerful stories. She is a publishing legend; the author of over 125 books, with more...
MarieBostwickApartattheSeams

Apart at the Seams by Marie Bostwick

"Just like a comfy quilt, this book is cozy. Set in a small town where values and integrity still matter, the story showcases friendship at its finest. A midlife marriage on the brink, the return of an abusive husband, an adventurous 85th birthday...
KimGruenenfelderKeepCalmandCarryaBigDrink

Keep Calm and Carry a Big Drink by Kim Gruenenfelder

The story opens up on the day of Seema's wedding. Mel, her maid of honor, has some not so great news to deliver.... the groom has run away (yikes!). The book then cuts back to a few weeks earlier to walk us through the story of how our characters reached this...
MichelleGableAParisApartment

A Paris Apartment by Michelle Gable

While reading A Paris Apartment I was immediately captivated by the characters, especially the main character, April Vogt. April is a continental furniture specialist for Sotheby's, who has the opportunity to sort through an apartment with 70 years of...
PaulaBrackstonTheMidnightWitch

The Midnight Witch by Paula Brackston

The story opens as Lady Lilith Montgomery attends a funeral with her family. The funeral happens to be that of her father, the Duke of Radnor. Although the title of Duke goes to her brother Freddie, Lilith has inherited a much more important title – the...
SarahRaynerTheOtherHalf

The Other Half by Sarah Rayner

The first perspective shown in The Other Half is that of Chloe, a 29 year old magazine editor with a great idea for a new magazine that she decides to pitch to her new boss, James. James thinks her idea is fantastic and passes it on to the big boss. Meanwhile...
LaurenGrahamSomedayMaybe

Someday, Someday Maybe by Lauren Graham

The year is 1995, and Someday, Someday Maybe opens as we get a peek into the filofax of our leading lady, Franny Banks. All we learn is that it is early January, and there are "6 months until deadline," but we're left in the dark as to exactly what this...
NancyHoranUndertheWideandStarrySky

Under the Wide and Starry Sky by Nancy Horan

Before reading Under the Wide and Starry Sky, I was familiar with Robert Louis Stevenson’s most popular works (A Child’s Garden of Verses; Treasure Island, and Dr. Jekyl and Mr. Hyde) but knew nothing about the man who wrote these classics. What I learned...