Every Last One by Anna Quindlen came from a Shelf Awareness offer.
A mother's love even in the face of something unspeakable, this one promises to be riveting.
Guest House by Barbara K. Richardson came from Anne at Authors on the Web.
A woman retreats to her farmhouse after witnessing an accident but she has to ultimately open her home and her heart to others. I'm interested to see how this created family comes together.
The Life O'Reilly by Brian Cohen came from the author.
A lawyer who changes and grows as a result of his pro bono case, this one might actually dispel the stereotype of the lawyer as bottom feeder. And I'm terribly curious to see how that turns out.
Sweater Quest by Adrienne Martini came from Caitlin at Free Press.
I love the so-called stunt memoir so even though I don't knit, the idea of a woman's year trying to knit an incredibly difficult pattern with a rare yarn is totally intriguing to me.
How Clarissa Burden Learned to Fly by Connie May Fowler came from Hachette Book Group.
I have liked previous Fowler books so this one about a woman coming into her own with the help of a varied cast of characters, dead and alive, was appealing to me.
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