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Historical Fiction

  • The Moonlight Palace
  • by Liz Rosenberg
  • 4.1 out of 5 stars   (144)

  • Release Date: October 1, 2014
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What incites the transformation from girl to woman? Growing up is more than just a passing of years—there are challenges we face, milestones we reach, that push us into adulthood. For me, it was the headiness and heartbreak of my first college romance... Read More
— Kelli Martin, Editor

Mystery

  • Release Date: October 1, 2014
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I didn’t know what to expect at my initial meeting with an author whose characters include a fast-food worker turned cold-blooded murderer, a tattoo artist on the hunt for a serial killer, and a drug-dealing twelve-year-old detective. Brace yourself, I thought... Read More
— Anh Schluep, Editor

Young Adult Fantasy

  • Release Date: October 1, 2014
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What would it take for you to believe in magic? I think there’s a part of each of us that wants to believe magical things could happen: that humans could really fly, that objects could be made to disappear, that wrongs could be righted with a wink and the flick of a... Read More
— Courtney Miller, Editor

Romance

  • Release Date: October 1, 2014
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When I acquired Barbie Bohrman’s previous novel, Promise Me, I remember distinctly how much I liked the supporting characters—particularly the protagonist’s sassy best friend, Julia. Sure, Julia’s language was off-color and risqué, but that’s part of her charm... Read More
— Maria Gomez, Editor