‘Alaskan Bride’ by D Jordan Redhawk

As Alaskan Bride opens, we meet Clara Stapleton, a young Bostonian from a wealthy family. As a daughter of privilege, Clara has always felt the freedom to speak her own mind and has been able to move through her world never having to worry about saying or doing the wrong thing. As a teenager, her… read more

‘My Year Zero’ by Rachel Gold

My Year Zero is classified as “new adult fiction,” and will appeal to both young and more experienced adults, meeting difficult topics head-on with a compelling story… read more

‘Petticoats and Promises’ by Penelope Friday

Serena Coleridge comes from a wealthy family in the town of Winterton, somewhere outside of London. By the year 1815, when Petticoats and Promises opens, she’s grown into a teenager alongside the beautiful Clara Battersley, her best friend and neighbor, who comes from a similar background with one exception—Clara’s mother is a woman of title…. read more

‘Life After Love’ by KG MacGregor

Is life after love even a possibility? Bea Lawson certainly isn’t convinced. It’s okay, though, because Bea isn’t interested in pursuing a permanent relationship with anyone. She’s convinced that her life with her dog, Dexter, and the friendships she has, especially with Kit, one of her employees, and Kit’s wife, Marta, is more than enough…. read more

‘Sweet, Sweet Wine’ by Jaime Clevenger

In the opening paragraphs of Sweet, Sweet Wine, Riley Robinson and Ana Potrero meet in the Rocky Mountain town of Catori. Riley has come to town to put some space between her and her recently failed relationship by visiting her friend, Sharon, who owns a bed and breakfast in the tourist town. Ana is in… read more