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The Art of Pretend

A well-constructed story with a disappointing ending that will, nonetheless, engage readers.

The Book of Thorns

Those who enjoy a little history combined with woman protagonists and magic may appreciate this novel.

The Last Days of Lilah Goodluck

Scott’s endearing page-turner, featuring royalty, fated mates, modern witches, and bucket lists, is a must-read.

Women of Good Fortune

Fans of contemporary stories with strong women characters will enjoy this debut.


Big Little Spells

Beck’s second entry in the “Witchlore” series (after Small Town, Big Magic) brings back a charming cast of characters and offers a heart-rending story of personal strength, growth, and fated love.

Ciao for Now

Featuring two emotionally mature, career-minded protagonists and lush Roman locales, Bromley’s (Here for the Drama) breezy summer romance is perfect for fans of Elena Armas and Elissa Sussman.

The Last Heir to Blackwood Library

Fox excels at women’s fiction with a supernatural twist. This title has hues of gothic romance and horror, moving at a leisurely pace before exploding into furious action. Readers of Silvia Moreno-Garcia’s Mexican Gothic and Sarah Penner’s The Lost Apothecary will be swept up in the story and find much to like.

The Boyfriend Candidate

This is a fast-paced, hard-to-put-down novel whose happily-ever-after isn’t what readers will expect; it’s better.

The Audrey Hepburn Estate

Janowitz’s (The Grace Kelly Dress) crisply written novel, inspired by the Audrey Hepburn film Sabrina, provides swift twists and turns. The author also ties in neat historical details about Hepburn’s life, making this a fun read for those who like historical fiction.

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