From the author of Things Remembered and The Year Everything Changed comes a moving novel about love that lasts forever. What's in the past is over and done with . . . or is it?
New York Times bestselling author Elizabeth Haynes returns with a disturbing and powerful tale that preys on our darkest fears.
Regina Calcaterra's emotionally powerful memoir reveals how she endured a series of foster homes and intermittent homelessness in the shadow of the Hamptons.
Harry and Madeleine Winslow have been blessed with talent, money, and charm. Harry is a National Book Award–winning author. Madeleine is a woman of sublime beauty and grace.
All the Summer Girls by Meg Donohue is a riveting coming-of-age tale set on the New Jersey shore.
Their bestselling memoir, Come Back, inspired readers with the story of Mia Fontaine's harrowing drug addiction and her mother, Claire's, desperate and ultimately successful attempts to sa
Nearly eighteen, Molly Ayer knows she has one last chance.
Anna is a 30-something woman who has recently lost her husband to leukemia.
Children of Liberty, the much-anticipated prequel to Paullina Simons's The Bronze Horseman, is a story of love and possibility in turn-of-the-century America.
The summer of 1985 changes Reggie's life. An awkward thirteen-year-old, she finds herself mixed up with the school outcasts.
The guns of August are rumbling throughout Europe in the summer of 1914, but war has not yet touched Abingdon Pryory.
To face the future, a woman must let go of the past. . . .