Andie J. Christopher’s ‘Hot Under His Collar’ Will Have You Eagerly Booking a One-way Trip to Hell in First Class
Andie J. Christopher delivers an otherwise salacious narrative with grace and tact in her slow-burn and very sexy latest novel, ‘Hot Under His Collar.’
Kate Elizabeth Russell nuances the reality of victims of abuse in her brutally honest but beautifully written debut.
Evelyn Hugo is a woman living life by her own rules, marrying seven times but falling in love only once in Taylor Jenkins Reid’s ‘The Seven Husbands of Evelyn Hugo.’
Jedidiah Jenkins Bikes from Oregon to Patagonia in Search for Answers in ‘To Shake the Sleeping Self’
His looming 30th birthday sets Jedidiah Jenkins on a literal journey from Oregon to Patagonia to find answers to life’s greatest questions.
Margarita Montimore reinvents the elements of time travel in this fascinating new novel which explores what it means to live in the moment.
Elton John candidly exposes his oldest secrets in what is, in a career spanning nearly 60 years, his one and only autobiography.
Markus Zusak narrows in on the importance and effect of words in this beautiful, though haunting, story.
Rebecca Serle’s ‘In Five Years’ tackles the complicated bonds of friendship.
Hilarious, insightful and relatable: Amy Schumer exposes her most embarrassing and most vulnerable parts in this ‘not a memoir’ book about her life.