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Smoke Gets In Your Eyes, Nascha A. Joli

Women's

When Diamond La Rue begins college, she is young, naïve and very protected by the close-knit La Rue family. From the cocoon of her grandmother’s brownstone in Sugar Hill, Harlem, Diamond must set out into the world and find her own way.Smart, ambitious and loyal, she seeks to balance her family life and education with … Read more

The White Raven, Carrie D. Miller

Fantasy, Mystery & Suspense, Supernatural & Paranormal, Women's

In her thirteenth life, Aven has settled into the now witchcraft-friendly Salem where she has found true happiness and friendship, maybe even love. Despite her contentment, the truth of Aven’s existence haunts her. When she dies, her Spirit is forced from the Veil to live again in the body of a stranger. Does the elusive … Read more

Gabrielle, Laura Mariani

Women's

One day, just like that, everything changed … As Gabrielle writes in her morning pages, she is flooded with vivid memories of the past and intense responses to the present. She re-examines her choices throughout her life. A woman among men jockeying for power, Gabrielle is direct, unshakable and has created a world for herself … Read more

Appaloosa Sky, K. Blanton Brenner

Women's

At only eleven years old, Ginny Spangler is left orphaned after a horse theft gone bad. As Ginny grows from a self-reliant young girl to the fiery matriarch of a sprawling Texas ranch family, she passes on her resiliency and bold spirit to her nieces, Scottie, Rory, and Georgie O’Brien – sisters that are growing … Read more

If I Could Live Again, C. Ingrid Deringer

Women's

Sometimes dreams do come true—but not in the way we expect. Spanning three generations and nearly one hundred years, this is a heart-wrenching story about love, loss, family—both blood and the people you choose, spiritual connection, and a dream coming true in an unexpected way. In 1925, Margaret, born with a gift for music, is … Read more

The Best Thing About Bennett, Irene Wittig

Women's

Forced into early retirement, Bennett Hall plans for a quiet, orderly, and anonymous existence. No longer will she be burdened by her dependent but unlovable aunt, or her own misperceived rejections. Unexpected encounters and a new job crack open her social isolation. The arrival of Joe Muir, an attractive widower, and his two adopted Ugandan … Read more