An extract from Jo Watson’s LOVE YOU, LOVE YOU NOT
Drama! It always finds me. No matter where I go, or what I do. On some days, I can almost feel it watching me, waiting to pounce, waiting to hand me that one aerosol can that explodes so loudly that the neighbors call the police and they break down my door. Or to hand me that one bottle […]Read More
An extract from The Prenup by Lauren Layne
Thursday 13th August There are a few things I’ve missed about New York in the decade I’ve been away. JFK Airport isn’t one of them. Current situation: I’m fresh off a six-hour flight in coach, and thanks to my last-minute trip, and the resulting back‑of‑the-plane seat assignment, by the time the food/drink […]Read More
An extract from The Wedding Party by Jasmine Guillory
Maddie Forest didn’t want to go to this birthday party. She didn’t like parties in the first place— they were always too loud, there were always annoying people who she had to pretend to be nice to, and there were never enough snacks. But she especially didn’t want to go to Theo Stephens’s party. It […]Read More
An extract from Love at First Like by Hannah Orenstein
Tonight’s date was the kind of disaster that makes people give up on finding love forever. For starters, I had eyeballed his height from his Tinder photos; I had guessed he was about six feet, maybe four inches taller than me. Instead, I arrived at the bar, Golden Years, to discover that he was approximately […]Read More
An extract from Passion on Park Avenue by Lauren Layne
CHAPTER 1 Saturday, July 21st Naomi Powell figured there was no good way to discover that the man you’d been dating for three months was married to someone else. But of all the possibilities, learning about the existence of a Mrs. Brayden Hayes via the cheating bastard’s obituary? Definitely the worst. The taxi […]Read More
Rush to meet Ares Kincaid…
August Book of the Month Chapter One “YOU’VE GOT TO BE kidding me!” I glance up to the sky. Big, fat raindrops splash on my face. Dark clouds have rolled in from nowhere and opened up to let out water like it’s the sequel to the Great Flood. “Jesus effin’ Christ,” I grumble to myself […]Read More
Won’t you Marry Me By Sundown?
July Book of the Month Chapter One “I DON’T THINK SHE’S GOING to stop crying, even for this party,” Sophie warned Violet as she returned to the bedroom the two girls shared. Violet Mitchell sighed, knowing Sophie was talking about her aunt Elizabeth, Sophie’s mother. But then Violet put her arm around her cousin’s shoulders […]Read More
Let your Rainy Day Friends in…
June Book of the Month Chapter 1 Anxiety Girl, able to jump to the worst conclusion in a single bound! Most of the time karma was a bitch, but every once in a while she could be surprisingly nice, even kind. Lanie Jacobs, way past overdue for both of those things, told herself this […]Read More
What Happens In Vegas… stays in Vegas!
Chapter 1 From: Bonni Connolly <firstname.lastname@example.org> Date: Thu, Jan 11, 2018 at 16:09 Subject: Fwd: Check Out This Great Offer! To: Ava, Celia, Fredi See below. My latest case has been kicking my ass and I could use some downtime. And who better to tackle Sin City with than my girls? VEGAS, BABY! […]Read More
What Are You Afraid Of?
May Book of the Month Prologue A voice in the back of Jeannie Smith’s mind whispered that she should be resigned to her ugly fate. She’d always known that she was going to come to a bad end. Everyone had said so. Her mother said it just before the older woman had run off with […]Read More
How can you fix what is RUINED?
March Book of the Month Prologue Zeus THE ARENA IS FULL. Thousands of people are here to watch this fight. Watch me fight. This is where I’ve gotten. The point I’ve reached in my career. Everything I’ve had to do—endure, sacrifice—has brought me to this moment. I’m waiting in the dressing area with my team, […]Read More
I just Love To Hate You…
February Book of the Month 1. Bad Taste In Wigs Don’t ask me how the hell it happened . . . I could blame it on the vodka. Maybe I could blame it on JJ and Bruce. Maybe it was the strobing lights of the nightclub and the repetitive doof doof of the bass that […]Read More