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Hollywood Girls Club
Maggie Marr
4 star contemporary fiction
“Marr perfectly captures the crazy life behind the scenes in Hollywood, and gives us a glimpse into that world through characters who are fabulous and funny.”
–Suzanne Hansen, author of the New York Times bestseller You’ll Never Nanny in This Town Again


Sex, Lies & Hot Tubs
Elissa Ambrose
4+ star romantic suspense
Meet Ellen Dunwell, doting wife, loving mother, high school teacher extaordinaire. She’s worried that her husband, the respected Dr. Jeffrey Dunwell, wonderful father, great lover, is having another affair. As if that’s not bad enough, her friends don’t understand her, her neighbor’s son is a Peeping Tom, and her angst-ridden teenage daughter is stashing pot in her room and dating a control freak. When Jeffrey suddenly disappears, Ellen nearly slips over the edge. Instead, she pulls herself together and sets out on a mission to find him—only to get caught up in a web of intrigue and danger, where nothing is as it seems and the stakes are her life.


Sleeping Love
Sara Curran-Ross
4+ star romantic suspense
Historian Sabrina Michaels lost her memory seven years ago after waking up in a London hospital badly beaten. When she travels to a French chateau owned by handsome wealthy businessman Raoul Valoire to research his famous ancestor, he lays claim to her as his wife.


Tell A Thousand Lies
Rasana Atreya
4+ star family saga
A mainstream, multi-ethnic, world literature book from India, TELL A THOUSAND LIES is a sometimes wry, sometimes sad, but ultimately realistic look at how superstition and the colour of a girl’s skin rules India’s hinterlands. If you like Khaled Hosseini (The Kite Runner) or Vikram Seth (A Suitable Boy), you might like this book.


The House of Women
Anne Brear
5 star historical fiction
As the Victorian Age draws to a close, lonely and brokenhearted, Grace Woodruff fights for her sisters’ rights to happiness while sacrificing any chance for her own. The eldest of seven daughters, Grace is the core of strength around which the unhappy members of the Woodruff family revolve. As her disenchanted mother withdraws to her rooms, Grace must act as a buffer between her violent, ambitious father and the sisters who depend upon her.

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