Bergdorf Blondes by Plum Sykes came from Harper.
Sometimes you just want a fun read and this one about the young, rich, and beautiful in New York City looks like it will certainly fit that bill.
Accidents of Marriage by Randy Susan Meyers came from Atria and TLC Book Tours for a blog tour.
I read and enjoyed Meyers' last novel and this one about a woman whose husband is getting more abusive as the years go on, culminating in her being in the hospital fighting for her life looks completely riveting.
House of Wonder by Sarah Healy came from New American Library for a blog tour.
About a family gone down hill and the daughter who distanced herself from them who must go back and stand by them now as an adult, this looks like it will be wonderful. (Plus, don't you just love that cover?)
To See the Moon Again by Jamie Langston Turner came from Berkley for a blog tour.
I do like reading about people overcoming their past and finding hope in the future, especially when they have something large and traumatic in it like in this appealing looking novel.
A Hundred Pieces of Me by Lucy Dillion came from Berkley for a blog tour.
Don't you just love dogs? I do. So this novel about a woman, her rescue greyhound, and the one hundred things she allows herself to keep after her divorce looks fantastic.
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