French Coast: A Novel by Anita Hughes – April 7, 2015. This glamorous story is set in Monte Carlo during the city’s infamous film festival. Serena, the newly minted editor in chief at Vogue magazine, is visiting the French resort town to interview the former French editor of Vogue – fashion icon Yvette Renault. Serena leaves her fiancée at home, so he can work on his mayoral campaign with her dad, a dashing former U.S. Senator. A series of unfortunate events and a chance encounter with a young woman lead Serena to question her past – specifically her parents’ marriage. Using her journalistic skills, Serena sets out to discover the truth about her family, which causes her to reconsider the choices she’s made in her life.
The Royal We by Heather Cocks & Jessica Morgan – April 7, 2015. This royal love story sound like so much fun. Rebecca Porter is the opposite of her twin Lacey. Lacey is all about romance, glamour and fame, whereas Rebecca is more career-oriented. While studying at Oxford University, Rebecca becomes involved with the future King of England (hard not to see the similarity to Princess Kate). Caught up in the fairy-tale-come-true romance, Rebecca lets herself get swept into the fanfare of royal life. On the eve of her wedding, Rebecca questions whether or not the English throne is worth giving up her dreams for.
Twenty-Something, A Collection by Samantha March, Cat Lavoie, and Laura Chapman – April 14th, 2015. This anthology is comprised of three compelling stories of women in their twenties, experiencing the trials and tribulations of romance, friendship, and family. Hard Hats is a charming workplace romance. A Questionable Friendship is a riveting tale of what can happen when we don’t turn to our friends when we need them. Breaking the Rules is the story of a woman feeling the pressure and doubts that can accompany happily ever after.
The Liar by Nora Roberts – April 14, 2015. Shelby Foxworth thought all her dreams had come true. Living in the suburbs of Philadelphia, married to a man she loves, and mother to an adorable three year-old daughter. Then Shelby’s world falls apart and she discovers that her husband was not the man she thought he was. Lies, affairs, betrayal. After discovering that he left her in debt, with no assets, Shelby returns to her hometown in Tennessee. The dangerous life her husband led follows her and puts everyone she loves in danger.
The Balance Project by Susie Orman Schnall – April 28, 2015. Katherine Whitney is the woman who has it all – with a high powered job running the country’s top health and wellness company, a husband, and two beautiful kids. Katherine’s the poster girl for achieving work-life balance, so of course she writes a book to help women be more like her. But Katherine has a secret – her world is falling apart and she wouldn’t be where she is without the hard work of her assistant, Lucy. It’s really Lucy who keeps Katherine’s life in balance. After Katherine betrays her loyal assistant, Lucy must decide if the sacrifices she’s made in her own life are worth it. Will Katherine’s life coming crashing down without Lucy?