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Shipped

For fans of Helen Hoang and Sophie Kinsella, this charming romp at sea will make readers wish to stay with the characters well after the story’s end.
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Grand

A perfect read for those who enjoyed Michelle Buteau’s Survival of the Thickest and Amy Poehler’s Yes, Please.
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The Museum of Forgotten Memories

Short story writer Harris’s debut novel is recommended for readers who like their relationship fiction on the literary side.
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Under the Southern Sky

The first half of Harvey’s (Feels Like Falling) book contains a number of flashbacks to fill in the backstory, which at times become confusing. This is a character-driven (and somewhat predictable) romance with a lot of introspection. Recommend to readers of Mary Kay Andrews and Susan Mallery.

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A Little Bit of Karma

Best-selling author Billingsley’s (More to Life) first foray into the romantic suspense genre is an absolute thrill ride. The plot builds slowly, but gains momentum the minute the Lovejoys go on the run. While there’s pulse-pounding action, the emphasis remains on the couple’s emotional development. Overall, an exciting entry from an author with legions of fans.

The Organ Thieves: The Shocking Story of the First Heart Transplant in the Segregated South

With elements of legal and social history, this work is recommended for readers interested in the history of race and racism, and how it relates to medical practice in the United States.

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Summer Darlings

Lifestyle journalist Foster’s first novel aims to be a solid beach read and mostly succeeds, though the story could have benefited from greater character development.
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The Honey-Don’t List

The author duo’s many fans will enjoy this charming romance. [see the Q&A, p. 71.]
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Bowie’s Bookshelf: The Hundred Books That Changed David Bowie’s Life

With illustrations and suggestions for read-alikes and Bowie songs to listen to while reading each book, this is a fun peek at what stirred and shaped a legend. For Bowie fans and devotees of offbeat reading guides.
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