In the late 1800s, three sisters use witchcraft to change the course of history in Alix E. Harrow's powerful novel of magic and the suffragette movement.
Named One of the Best Books of the Year by NPR Books • Barnes and Noble • BookPage
In 1893, there's no such thing as witches.
Reese Conlon's much anticipated family leave is only two weeks away, and nothing is going to stand in the way of her being at her wife's side for the upcoming birth--not even the summer crowds in Provincetown, a new rookie cop with a hero complex, and a cruise ship at anchor in the harbor with a reported outbreak of a mysterious illness.
Longlisted for the Scotiabank Giller Prize
Finding forever is simply too hard.
As a renowned chef, Gabriella Russo knows how to season a good dish. It's her personal life that's been too spicy for her liking. Ready to take a break from the roller coaster of romance, Gabriella's moved to Oregon to open Tangled, a restaurant on the grounds of Tangle Valley Vineyard. A good glass of wine and space to create is all she requires.
A college fling between two women turns into a lifelong connection--and spells out a new kind of love story for a millennial, immigrant America.
"A sweetly poignant look at the transformative power of young love." --O, The Oprah Magazine
Beloved heroine Jane Lawless finds that some secrets don't stay buried forever in Mystery Writers of America Grandmaster Ellen Hart's In a Midnight Wood, the 27th mystery in this cultishly popular series.
From Crawford Award Winner Nghi Vo
"A stunning gem of a novella that explores the complexity and layers of storytelling and celebrates the wonder of queer love. I could read about Chih recording tales forever."—Samantha Shannon, New York Times bestselling author of The Priory of the Orange Tree
When 32-year-old Elena Ricci wakes up in the hospital, the last thing she recalls is walking home from work the night before. Except the night before turns out to be eight years ago and Elena has no memory of the time she's lost. Family feuds, breakups, and sexual awakenings--all forgotten.
By day, Holly Hudson's a story editor for Wifetime Network. By night, she's the writer for the network's very cheesy, very straight holiday romance series--Christmas in Evermore. Holly took the job to accomplish exactly one thing: a gay Christmas movie.
A novel reminiscent of the works of Herman Koch and Rachel Cusk, in which a lesbian couple attempts to escape the secrets of their pasts.
"Greeley’s storytelling is intricate, masterly, and delightfully imaginative. Highly recommended."—Library Journal (starred review)
ONE OF 2021’S MOST ANTICIPATED HISTORICAL NOVELS—BUZZFEED AND OPRAHMAG.COM
Country mouse Lady Honora Banfield arrives in London with one mission: to catch a husband. A perpetual wallflower, she's going to do whatever it takes to win a proposal from London's most eligible bachelor, including teaming up with the most popular (and least proper) woman in London.