- “Swept Off Her Feet” by Hester Browne
Enlisted by her straight-laced sister to value various objects in a friend’s dilapidated Scottish castle, antiques dealer Evie Nicholson is swept up in plans for a romantic ball while uncovering scandalous secrets about an Edwardian woman and falling for her host.
- “Girls In White Dresses” by Jennifer Close
Attending an endless series of bridal showers for their friend Kristi, three bridesmaids struggle with private challenges, including Isabella’s unhappiness at a job where she is nevertheless very successful, Mary’s relationship with a man who prioritizes his mother and Lauren’s attraction to a man she despises.
- “With A Little Luck: A Novel” by Caprice Crane
Facing her romantic prospects with skepticism after two disappointing relationships, successful DJ Berry Lambert, who believes bad things occur in threes, expects a rapid dissolution to her next love affair and is surprised by her attraction to an outspoken, commitment-minded rival.
- “A Novel Seduction” by Gwyn Cready
As punishment for making a huge mistake at Vanity Place magazine, book critic Ellery Sharpe must write an ode to romance and work with Axel Mackenzie, her sexy former party boy ex, who unexpectedly shows her that her own happily-ever-after is within her grasp.
- “Witches Of East End” by Melissa de la Cruz
Joanna and her daughters, Freya and Ingrid, live in North Hampton, out on the tip of Long Island. All three women lead seemingly quiet, uneventful existences. But they are harboring a mighty secret— they are powerful witches banned from using their magic. When mysterious, violent attacks begin to plague the town and a young girl disappears over the Fourth of July weekend, they realize it’s time to uncover the dark forces working against them.
- “Cheri On Top” by Susan Donovan
Returning to run her family’s small-town newspaper, Cherise Newberry becomes the boss of her high school crush and former brother-in-law and tries to keep things professional when circumstances throw them together.
- “Bond Girl: A Novel” by Erin Duffy
Alex Garrett, a recent college graduate who began her Wall Street career in 2006, dreams of fast-talking days on the trading floor while living a life tied to a government bond desk and performing other peculiar tasks.
- “Beneath A Starlet Sky” by Amanda Goldberg
Torn between the demands of the fashion world and her relationship, CEO Lola Santisi struggles with an upcoming dress launch and hopes to hit the big leagues when Julian Tennant’s line is chosen to appear at the Cannes Film Festival.
- “The Ghost Of Greenwich Village” by Lorna Graham
A young woman moves to Manhattan seeking romance and excitement, only to find that her apartment is haunted by the ghost of a cantankerous Beat Generation writer in need of a rather huge favor.
- “The Bake-Off” by Beth Kendrick
Two estranged sisters, who combined have never made anything more complicated than brownie mix, team up to enter a national bake-off with a top-secret recipe from the grandmother who orchestrated their reunion.
- “I’ve Got Your Number: A Novel” by Sophie Kinsella
After her phone is stolen during a hotel fire drill, Poppy Wyatt, discovers an abandoned phone in a trash can and crashes into the life of the phone’s owner, Sam Roxton, when she uses his phone to make her wedding preparations.
- “A Catered Affair” by Sue Margolis
Finally sobering up after being jilted at the altar, Tallulah must contend with a difficult mother, a lesbian sister who is trying to have a baby and a matchmaking grandmother.
- “Yankee Doodle Dixie: A Novel” by Lisa Patton
Returning to her home in the South, Leelee Satterfield opens another restaurant but finds returning to her former life challenged by memories of the Vermont man who stole her heart and the daiquiri-laced advice of her three best friends.