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Adult Assembly Required

Not Waxman’s best effort, but fans of light romance with a bit of serious stuff mixed in might enjoy it.

Would I Lie to You?

Though it’s about a hundred pages too long, Ali-Afzal’s novel is still a page-turner. Readers will want to find out how the frustrating but likable Faiza is going to get herself out of the mess she created. For fans of chick lit and stories about relationships and trust.


Sophie Valroux’s Paris Stars

Readers will root for the feisty and determined but vulnerable chef to succeed in her pursuit of professional and personal success and happiness. For foodies who like strong heroines and romance.

The Royal Correspondent

For readers who enjoy feisty heroines, fashion history, and the British royal family.

See Jane Snap

Crandell’s (The Jake Ryan Complex) second adult novel is a fast-paced, thought-provoking, often humorous look at the choices we make and their effects on us and the people we care about. For fans of women’s fiction focusing on self-worth and family.

Delia Suits Up

This clever and funny first-person “I woke up like this!” novel is Aksel’s first for a major publisher. Although the wrap-up is too tidy, and she spends too much time describing what it’s like to be a man in the physical sense, her descriptions of Delia’s experiences as a man in the workplace are thought-provoking. For fans of chick lit who are able to majorly suspend their disbelief.

The Last Chance Library

Fans of libraries and heartfelt, humorous women’s fiction with a powerful message and a hint of romance won’t want to miss this one! It’s so good that readers may very well devour it in one sitting.

The Missing Treasures of Amy Ashton

The novel unfortunately drifts into TV movie territory, but readers will root for Amy, who’s winningly drawn as a kind soul undeserving of heartbreak. For fans of sensitive, uplifting women’s fiction, with a little mystery.

The Other Me

Jeng’s debut is a page-turner with well-developed characters, and an accessible, comprehensible plot, but readers who don’t care for sci-fi or computer geekery might find parts of it challenging. A good pick for fans of modern women’s fiction about controlling one’s destiny.

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