This cinematic legal thriller set up and down the Pacific Coast Highway transported me to sandy beaches, stately Santa Monica boardrooms, and the colorful Ocean Front Walk in Venice. Of course, I soon learned life in California is not all sunshine and palm trees—there...
— Liz Pearsons, Editor
What makes a hero? If you are Pino Lella, the protagonist in Mark Sullivan’s riveting World War II thriller, you risk everything to save as many souls as you can by sneaking them over the Swiss Alps to safety. You put yourself in harm’s way, enlisting as a German...
— Danielle Marshall, Editor
The depth and truth of the emotions that author Megan Hart captures on these pages is remarkable—she gives new meaning to the phrase “It’s complicated.” Stories of unrequited love may be my favorite reading: the longing, the delayed gratification, the sweet suffering...
— Alison Dasho, Editor
Every Saturday, after a long work week, I head to the grocery store to stock up for what’s sure to be yet another long week ahead. Inevitably, while trudging through the aisles, I become convinced that everyone else has it better than me. The other women gliding along...
— Jodi Warshaw, Editor
Paper Boats is like a perfect pop song: from the first encounter, it feels familiar. The chorus stays with you, you borrow its lyrics to define your relationships, and it echoes in your head when your heart feels uncertain.
It’s no surprise the novel has... Read more
— Gabriella Page-Fort, Editor
Pennsylvania. Fall 1985. Everything seems normal until Yoona Lee and three other classmates are taken hostage by a gunman in a small college dorm room. The gunman is Yoona’s onetime friend Lloyd Kang, desperate for answers about their mutual friend, who also happens...
— Vivian Lee, Editor