When Oliver Ryan hits his wife Alice so hard that it leaves her unconscious on their kitchen floor, everyone is shocked.
Ally Carter is back with a standalone novel that follows the daughter of a former Secret Service agent and the son of the President as the face off against Russian kidnappers in the middle of the Alaskan wilderness.
The love story of Alexander Hamilton and Elizabeth Schuyler is back on the pages in Love & War, where hearts and live are on the line in the early years of the Hamilton marriage.
The author of Pretty Little Liars is back with a 20-something unreliable that will leave you grappling for your hold on reality.
Around 3PM EST on April 16th, it was announced that Less, a novel by Andrew Sean Greer, was the 2018 Recipient of the Pulitzer Prize in Fiction.
Dystopias are all the rage, as a way to both exercise creativity and comment on the world around us.
If you’re looking for a book that will make you laugh and feel comfortable with where your life is, even if ten minutes ago you were panicking about becoming an adult, look no further
Alexander Hamilton has been all the rage ever since the musical exploded on the scene, but recently, authors have become more and more entranced with the women around him, especially the Schuyler sisters.
If you love unusual love stories with interesting conceits and complicated female characters making big decisions, you’re going to love Taylor Jenkins Reid.
Small Admissions is a romp through private school admissions and the life of one new admissions director who doesn’t have her life together quite yet.
Reading about war can be difficult, but it can also be illuminating, which is why I included a book about an American war as one of the prompts for this year’s FFL reading challenge
Heads of the Colored People is a short story collection by Nafissa Thompson-Spires that you must had to your TBR pile right now.