Susan Mallery’s ‘California Girls’ Take Us On A Life-Affirming Journey Toward Recovery [REVIEW]

Three girls sharing lunch

Three sisters get dumped in the same week in Susan Mallery’s California Girls. (Photo by Thomas Hawk, Flickr)

Three sisters. Three men who dump them in rather atrocious ways. Will these siblings be able to regain their footing or will pain cripple them for life? Find out in Susan Mallery’s insightful new novel, California Girls.  Read more of this post

Family Comes First at ‘The House at Saltwater Point’ [REVIEW]

Hand disappearing into the sea

When her sister vanishes off her boat without a trace, everyone is a suspect in Colleen Coble’s The House at Saltwater Point. (Photo by Robert Couse-Baker, Flickr)

What was supposed to be a night out on the town with her sister turns into one woman’s nightmare as she discovers her sibling’s boat sprayed with blood. Who would want her sister dead? Will she ever discover the truth? Find out in Colleen Coble’s latest novel, The House at Saltwater Point.  Read more of this post

Romance, Magic, and Enlightenment Await You at ‘The Paris Wedding’ [REVIEW]

Paris

Is Paris ever a bad idea, even when it is to go see your first love marry someone you’ve never met? (Photo by George Estreich, Flickr)

Shortly after receiving a devastating blow that shakes her carefully constructed world, a young woman receives an unexpected invitation to Paris. Even as she tries to sort through a bevy of emotions, her family encourages her to make the journey. But is she up for watching her first love get married? Find out in Charlotte Nash’s gorgeous new novel, The Paris Wedding.  Read more of this post

Can ‘Little Broken Things’ Ever Truly Be Mended? [REVIEW]

Nicole Baart's LITTLE BROKEN THINGS

A woman is shocked when her sister asks her to take care of a little girl she’s never seen before in Nicole Baart’s Little Broken Things. (Photo by Jay, Flickr)

Two sisters with a tenuous relationship. A mysterious little girl who doesn’t speak. Loads of unanswered questions. All of these ingredients make Nicole Baart’s new novel, Little Broken Things, a story that will tug at your heartstrings and make you examine just how you define “family.” Read more of this post

‘The It Girls’ Lived Life on Their Own Terms [REVIEW]

Elinor Glyn and Lady Lucile Duff-Gordon

They may have started out poor, but the Sutherland sisters knew they were something special. (Left: Elinor Glyn; Right: Lady Lucile Duff-Gordon, Photo by Arnold Genthe)

Long before Joan and Jackie Collins became two of Britain’s most celebrated sisters, another amazing sibling duo set the world on fire, making headlines as they boldly broke the rules and lived life on their own terms. Discover their incredible true story in Karen Harper’s new novel, The It Girls.  Read more of this post