Summer People: A Novel P.S.

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HarperCollins e-books #ad - And while he discovers companionship with a philosophical, ex-punk Episcopalian pastor, and more than companionship with the alluring nanny to the pastor's children, Nathan finds it increasingly difficult to ignore his employer's unnerving behavior. Yet to sound the alarm about her condition would mean leaving his beachside oasis and the romance that may well change him forever.

Nathan empson has just accepted the most unusual summer job of his life. With each escalating mishap, a new aspect of ellen's colorful past comes to light, exposing the secret lives of her old friends, flames, and enemies, as well as the story behind a scandalous incident Nathan must prevent her from repeating.

Summer People: A Novel P.S. #ad - But not everyone in town is welcoming—or even civil. In exchange for serving as a "caretaker” for ellen Broderick, the eccentric matriarch of an exclusive coastal community, he'll earn a generous paycheck and gain access to one of the last bastions of old New England wealth.

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The From-Aways: A Novel

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Tapestry: A Novel Werner Family Saga Book 3

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Dell #ad - Now, as paul wrestles with the dark demons of forbidden passion, his family and business are plunged into a maelstrom of tragedy and social changes. Belva plain is a talented tale-spinner with an almost Dickensian ability to keep her stories going. Philadelphia inquirerPaul Werner watched the proud, daring immigrant Anna marry another man.

. Ahead lie the dark days of the Depression, the rise of pure evil in Europe, and a war that will change the world forever. But for paul werner a more personal struggle awaits—a choice of a lifetime and a new beginning, or the most painful of final good-byes. But his desire for her haunts him. Even after he weds the elegant Mimi, a woman of his own class.

Tapestry: A Novel Werner Family Saga Book 3 #ad - Belva plain’s tapestry takes up the threads of lives encountered in her beloved epic, to create an entirely new drama of a family’s loyalties and divisions, Evergreen, its secrets, and its destiny.

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The Reading Group: A Novel

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William Morrow Paperbacks #ad - The reading group follows the trials and tribulations of a group of women who meet regularly to read and discuss books. Over the course of a year, each of these women become intertwined, both in the books they read and within each other's lives. Inspired by a shared desire for conversation, harriet, Polly, Nicole, a good book and a glass of wine-Clare, and Susan undergo startling revelations and transformations despite their differences in background, age and respective dilemmas.

What starts as a reading group gradually evolves into a forum where the women may express their views through the books they read and grow to become increasingly more open as the bonds of friendship cement. In the reading group, noble reveals the many complicated paths in life we all face as well as the power and importance of friendship.

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The Color of Water in July

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Lake Union Publishing #ad - It’s been a long seventeen years since Jess last saw her grandmother or visited the family cottage set on an idyllic lake in Northern Michigan. With every uneven and painful step into the past, Jess comes closer to a truth that could alter her own path—and open a door to a different future. Revised edition: this edition of The Color of Water in July includes editorial revisions.

The Color of Water in July #ad - As she begins to unravel the hidden histories of her mother and her grandmother, she makes a startling discovery about a tragic death that prompted her family’s slow undoing. For all that time, most of all, she’s been haunted by loss—of her innocence and her ability to trust and, of a profound summer romance that might have been something more.

So when her grandmother leaves the house to her, Jess summons her courage and returns to a place full of memories—and secrets. There, she stumbles upon old letters and photographs of a time not so much forgotten as buried.

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Cicada Summer

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Kensington Books #ad - Her newest project is a dilapidated, century-old house just a few blocks from Geneva Lake, Wisconsin. In just a few weeks—by the time the cicadas make their scheduled reappearance after seventeen years underground—the house should be ready to sell. For so long she felt sure that moving on was the only option, but maybe this house, and everything she’s learning in it, could give Alex room for a second chance .

. In the meantime, and surprises, there are construction disasters, to contend with. Amid overgrown grounds and rooms brimming with debris, alex finds treasures—pocket doors, hardwood floors hidden beneath layers of linoleum and grime—and carved initials that reveal a long-ago love story involving Alex’s elderly neighbor, Elsie, and another cicada summer.

Cicada Summer #ad - Time and neglect, along with rats and raccoons, have ravaged it inside and out. Alex proctor has seen the truth of this in every empty, rundown property she’s bought and renovated since her divorce almost three years ago. A captivating novel about the power of redemption. Jen lancaster, New York Times bestselling author.

At the same time, alex finds herself searching for a way to reconcile her new life with lingering feelings for her ex-husband.

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The High Season: A Novel

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Random House #ad - A classic beach read, but very smart, very intelligently written. Us weekly, emily giffin’s summer reading recommendations “An acid-laced domestic drama set during one golden summer on the moneyed, beachy North Fork of Long Island. The new york times “judy blundell wields words like an oyster knife in this shimmering story of art, money, and celebrity.

Helen simonson, often hilarious story of a woman trying to keep it together when everything is going so,  New York Times bestselling author of The Summer Before the War “A wry, so wrong. Real Simple. So compelling. By the end of one unhinged, unforgettable summer, nothing will be the same—least of all Ruthie.

The High Season: A Novel #ad - A mesmerizing, head-spinning—and sometimes madcap-hilarious—take of have and have-nots. People book of the week named one of the best books of the year by real simple and kirkus reviews • “in the smart, breezy, sweet spot between Meg Wolitzer and Elin Hilderbrand. Entertainment weekly no matter what the world throws her way, at least Ruthie Beamish has the house.

It’s memorial day weekend and the start of what Jem calls “the summer bummer”: the family’s annual exodus to make way for renters. Praise for the high Season “Blundell knows the territory. Located by the sea in a quiet long island village, and the college fund for their teenage daughter, the house is her nest egg—the retirement account shared with her ex-husband, Mike, Jem.

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The War Between the Tates: A Novel

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Open Road Media #ad - Until puberty struck, jeffrey and Matilda were absolute darlings, they have become sullen, but in the last year, insufferable little monsters. A husband’s affair pushes a suburban wife to her breaking point in this “near perfect comedy of manners” by the Pulitzer Prize–winning author of Real People The New York Times.

A forty-year-old housewife out of work and out of mind, she finds little happiness in the small college town of Corinth. Worst of all, their pleasant little neighborhood is transforming into a subdivision. In this darkly comic tale of a family at civil war, the National Book Award–shortlisted author of Foreign Affairs dives into the deterioration of a marriage.

The War Between the Tates: A Novel #ad - As new ranch houses spring up around their once idyllic home, Erica’s marriage inches closer to disaster. When the tate household tips into full-scale emotional combat, Erica must do her best to ensure that she comes out on top. This ebook features an illustrated biography of Alison Lurie including rare images from the author’s collection.

Erica’s husband, brian, a political science professor, is so deeply immersed in university life—or more accurately in the legs of his mistress, a half-literate flower child named Wendy—that he either doesn’t notice his wife’s misery or simply doesn’t care. Erica tate wouldn’t mind getting up in the morning if her children were less intolerable.

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Summer with My Sisters

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Kensington Books #ad - Fate had different ideas, and at twenty-five, Poppy has been called back to care for her two younger sisters following their father’s death. Sixteen-year-old daisy resents Poppy’s long absence and chafes under her sometimes fumbling efforts to be a parent. Bestselling author holly chamberlin’s heartfelt novel, tells of three sisters—and one summer filled with revelations…When Poppy Higgins left Yorktide, Maine, set in a beautiful Maine beach town, for Boston, she pictured future visits home as brief diversions from her real life in the big city.

For as poppy discovers the deep loss in evie’s life, she awakens to the truth about her own, and about the town, and the people, she’s tried to leave behind. Filled with the candid warmth of real sisterhood, and the unspoken ties that endure, Summer with My Sisters explores the many forms a family can take, season after season… .

Summer with My Sisters #ad - But when daisy befriends evie, an enigmatic newcomer to Yorktide, the young woman will be an unlikely catalyst in the sisters’ journey back to each other. Once a happy, united family, the Higginses seem adrift, and Poppy longs to escape her responsibilities. Violet, now thirteen, is a virtual stranger to her oldest sister.

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Escape

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Anchor #ad - One day, she snaps. Instead, she now spends her days in a cubicle arguing victims of corporate greed out of their rightful claims. New york times bestsellerfrom the author of Not My Daughter comes the story of Emily Aulenbach, an idealistic young lawyer who once dreamed of representing victims of corporate abuse.

Escape #ad - There, she will set out to forge new relationships with lovers, long-lost friends and the person she once wanted to become. A first-rate storyteller who creates believable, sympathetic characters who seem as familiar as your neighbors. The boston Globe. Without telling anyone where she is going, New Hampshire, she heads north to Bell Valley, the small town where she spent a life-altering summer during her college years.

She no longer connects with much in her life, her BlackBerry, with the exception of three things—her computer, period, and her watch.

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The Silver Shoes: A Novel

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She Writes Press #ad - With some help from their silver shoes. Hall, author of the black velvet Coat, brings readers another dual tale of two dynamic women from two very different eras searching for fulfillment. But when she meets winnie, flappers, a carefree macy’s shop girl, Clair is lured into the steamy side of Manhattan—a place filled with speakeasies, and the beat of “that devil music”—and her true desires explode wide open.

Ultimately, both anne and Clair—two very different women living in very different eras—attain true fulfillment. In her second novel, Jill G. Secrets and lies heap up until her father loses everything in the stock market crash and Clair becomes entangled in the burlesque world in an effort to save her family and herself.

The Silver Shoes: A Novel #ad - Almost ninety years earlier, a sheltered 1929 New York debutante, Clair Deveraux, tries to reside within the bounds of polite society and please her father. While visiting him in new york, she buys a pair of rhinestone shoes in an antique shop that spark her imagination and lead her on a quest to learn more about the shoes’ original owner.

. San francisco artist anne mcFarland has been distracted by a cross-country romance with sexy Sergio and has veered from her creative path.

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