With the snow and cold gardening has had to take a pause. If you’re missing the site of colorful flowers, while at the same time want to be absorbed in an engrossing novel, try one of these books to brighten your nightstand!
by Jeanne Ray
A deliciously funny and wickedly sexy novel of love found (finally!) and love threatened (inevitably) by the families who claim to love us best.
by Sarah Dessen
The summer following her father’s death, Macy plans to work at the library and wait for her brainy boyfriend to return from camp. Sometimes unexpected good things can happen, helping Macy to break out of her shell.
by Lisa See
In seventeenth-century China, three women become emotionally involved with The Peony Pavilion, a famed opera rumored to cause lovesickness and even death.
by Colleen Oakley
Confronting the final months of her life when her breast cancer aggressively returns, 27-year-old Daisy endeavors to find her beloved husband another wife, an effort that forces her to make difficult choices.
by Allison Amend
Inspired by the midcentury memoirs of Frances Conway, an independent American woman’s path takes her far from her native Minnesota when she and her husband, an undercover intelligence officer, are sent to the Galápagos Islands at the brink of World War II.
by Caroline Kennedy
Inspired by her own reflections on more than fifty years of life as a young girl, a woman, a wife, and a mother, Kennedy compiles poetry to ponder the many joys and challenges of being a woman.
Summaries have been provided by the publishers.