The Widow of Wall Street
by Randy Susan Meyers

The Widow of Wall Street tells the story of a family caught in the before, during, and after of a Ponzi scheme — a man with a criminal hunger for wealth, and his wife, who unknowingly builds her life, her marriage, family, and even friendships, on disappearing sand.

Phoebe never hated her husband more than when she visited him in prison.

"Scintillating . . . a must-read that will dazzle." —Refinery 29

"The consequences will leave readers reeling." —Library Journal

What Happened That Night
by Sandra Block

She finally knows what happened that night...and she's going to make everyone pay.

"A satisfying page-turner." —Publishers Weekly

"An emotional apt read in the #metoo era." —Booklist

by Kelly Oliver

When Jessica James realizes she was robbed of more than her backpack, hunting for the thief, the cowgirl philosopher discovers secrets about her own boot-cut genes that force her to rethink her past.

"A dark, engaging biomedical mystery with a clever detective...unfailingly entertaining." —Kirkus Review

"A cast of characters who charm us....a fun romp of a read through mystery and mayhem." —Mystery Book World Live

by Devney Perry

Logan travels to Montana for business and unexpectedly runs into his old flame, Thea. What he doesn’t know is that she’s about to deliver the surprise of his lifetime. A daughter.

Small-town romance with a lot of heart, a little heat and one stunning happily ever after!

"Devney has a way with words that sets my soul on fire! Everysingle page of Tattered sunk into my skin and I couldn't get enough." —Harper Sloan, NYT Bestselling author

Never be Alone
by Paige Dearth

Young Joon's parents died tragically. Homelessness is her only option

"Powerhouse of a novel. Her writing is fantastic and keeps you turning the page." —KDHReviews

"Rivieting." —Amazon Five Stars

"Nothing less than fantastic." —Amazon Five Stars

The Myth of Perpetual Summer
by Susan Crandall

From the author of Whistling Past the Graveyard

Young Tallulah James fights to hold her siblings together as her parents' volatile relationship threatens to destroy their family in 1960s Mississippi.

"Stunning. Remarkable. A coming-of-age novel both heartbreaking and inspiring." —#1 NYT besteller Karen White

Tiffany Blues
by M.J. Rose

It's 1924, with the Jazz age in full swing. Jenny Bell is one of the artists chosen to study at Louis Comfort Tiffany's artists' colony at his extraordinary estate in Oyster Bay, NY. This is her chance, but will the ghosts of her past -- her mother's betrayal, her step-father's murder, her own stay in a reform school -- threaten her promising future?

"A lush, romantic historical mystery with a unique us a heroine to root for." —Kristin Hannah, NYT bestselling author of The Nightingale

"Intricate plotting, sensuous descriptions... captivating. Mesmerizing." —Kirkus