Not Working by Lisa Owens (May 3rd)
This sounds like a refreshing story and it has been endorsed as humorous. Who doesn't need to laugh sometimes?!?
*Thanks to Penguin Random House for the giveaway copy.
Happy People Read and Drink Coffee by Agnes Martin-Lugand
It sounds like an emotional and touching story that will stick with readers long after they have finished.
*Thanks to MB Communications for the giveaway copy.
The 100 Year Miracle by Ashley Ream (May 24th)
Melissa A. read Losing Clementine a few years ago and it really stuck with her, so she's excited to check out Ashley Ream's sophomore novel, which has an intriguing premise.
*Thanks to Flatiron for the giveaway copy.
Sweetbitter by Stephanie Danler
Written by someone with food industry experience, we know this book is going to make us hungry, but leave us satisfied. We've heard lots of buzz about it on social media and it has made many "must read" lists for the summer!
*Thanks to Knopf for the giveaway copy
The Girls in the Garden by Lisa Jewell (June 7th)
From Jami: My mother recommended I read Lisa Jewell's The House We Grew Up In, and although the subject of hoarding wasn't one I'm usually drawn to, the story was as compelling as any mystery. That's why I'm so excited about Jewell's new book, The Girls in the Garden. The plot offers an actual mystery, as a 13-year-old is attacked in the middle of an idyllic, well-to-do neighborhood. It's being compared to Liane Moriarty's work, mixing mystery and women's fiction tropes. I love both these genres, and I can't wait!
*Thanks to Atria for the giveaway copy.
The Tumbling Turner Sisters by Juliette Fay (June 14th)
Amy loved Juliette's previous novels and we've been told this appeals to fans of Orphan Train, which Amy and Melissa A. definitely enjoyed.
*Thanks to Gallery Books for the
Here's to Us by Elin Hilderbrand (June 14th)
Amy and Melissa S. are both fans of Elin's books, so they're looking forward to her latest novel, which will undoubtedly take place in idyllic Nantucket, making for a great summer read!
*Thanks to Hachette for the giveaway copy.
A Certain Age by Beatriz Williams (June 28)
Amy is a fan of Beatriz Williams and Melissa S. is a fan of the 1920s. This book appeals to them both, and the cover is absolutely stunning. It's already receiving a lot of five-star ratings and will definitely interest fans of The Great Gatsby.
*Thanks to William Morrow for the
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