In a fitting conclusion to her Jane Austen-inspired quartet about The Raje Family, Sonali Dev offers the steamiest entry of the series with her gender-reversing novel, The Emma Project.
It’s aliiiiiiiive! New York Times bestselling authors of My Lady Jane are back with the electric, poetic, and (almost) historical tale of the one and only Mary Shelley.
In this haunting novel, the author of Wild Women and the Blues weaves together two stories as they unfold decades apart, as a woman on the run from an abusive husband joins her intrepid aunt as they head across the country from Chicago to Los Angeles, and confront a painful and shadowy past that has reverberated across generations.
For the Geller sisters, all is not what it seems, and everything is about to change. Join them as they mourn the loss of a parent, face the quagmires of their existence, and find the way to their best lives.
Chitra Banerjee Divakaruni’s new book, “The Last Queen: A Novel of Courage and Resistance,” tells the story of Maharani Jindan, the last queen of the Sikh Empire.
“God, they’d christened themselves the lions of Hollywood at the wedding, and raised champagne to the idea. The seven of them, minus Katie and David, who were already in Paris, had greeted each other that way, half kidding but also a little smug, when they’d rendezvoused at the airport in L.A. a week later. The movie mags even called them that when they wrote about the safari: the lions of Hollywood.”
Looking for a fun, laugh-filled novel full of heart that will run the gamut of emotions (but mostly you’ll be laughing)? Marilyn Simon Rothstein has outdone herself with Crazy to Leave You, her third novel published by Lake Union.
This poignant debut novel in verse is a portrait of healing, as a young girl rediscovers life and the soothing power of nature after being freed from her abusive father.
Heera Sanyal, the protagonist of Devi S. Laskar’s new novel “Circa,” struggles to be something other than a dutiful Bengali daughter, even as she manages the grief of losing her best friend to a drunk driver.
In this complex and emotionally resonant novel about a Métis girl living on the Canadian prairies, debut author Jen Ferguson serves up a powerful story about rage, secrets, and all the spectrums that make up a person—and the sweetness that can still live alongside the bitterest truth.