The Twelve Dancing Princesses” reborn as flappers in Manhattan during the Roaring Twenties. This is the haunting and evocative story of twelve sisters who are kept captive by their controlling father, but risk everything to escape each night for a taste of freedom. Dancing their nights away is a dangerous game, but one they can’t quit. With a life like this, will there ever be room for love?
This very direct, affecting book captures a sense of two people who once deeply needed each other, but through the travails of marriage, work, and parenthood, lost their way. It’s the simple story of a woman, who with the help of a magic phone is suddenly able to imagine how important her husband has been to her, and how easily she managed to overlook him.
The perfect story for lovers of books, Jane Austen, or mysteries. Addicting, fast paced, and full of bibliophilic wonder.
A woman stuck in Silicon Valley takes a job at her local used bookstore and discovers a copy of D.H. Lawrence’s Lady Chatterley’s Lover filled with love notes. As she tries to hunt down the couple from the book, she also learns what she thought she wanted out of life isn’t what she wants anymore.
Abandoned as a baby, but raised in a world of privilege, Arial has no hint of her past or who she belonged to. Her only link lies in the thing that sets her apart from everyone else--telekinetic powers. Ari is protected by her adoptive parents and hidden from the public to keep her gift secret. That is, until someone begins threatening her life. The second book in Bank's suspenseful and steamy Slow Burn series
Alcott effortlessly evokes the shimmering world of vintage Hollywood as she drops a naïve but gutsy young woman into the tumultuous set of “Gone with the Wind” and legendary silver screen romance while Europe moves towards war.