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Discover the Next Phenomenon in Erotic Fiction

In S.E.C.R.E.T. there are . . . No judgments. No limits. No shame. Cassie Robichaud’s life has been filled with regret and loneliness since the death of her husband. She waits tables at the rundown Café Rose in New Orleans, and every night she heads home to her solitary one-bedroom apartment. But when she discovers a notebook left behind by a mysterious woman at the café, Cassie’s world is forever changed. Download the excerpt and dive in to the series everyone is comparing to Fifty Shades of Grey!

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Extra Libris Brings New Features to Read It Forward

Extra Libris books (released by Broadway Books and Hogarth) include 16 pages of bonus content: author essays, author Q&As, reader guides – the kind of material that’s sure to deepen your reading experience and inspire lively book group discussion. We’re excited to announce the launch of the Extra Libris program: some of the great content that goes into Extra Libris paperbacks (and their e-book counterparts) will be featured here on Read It Forward.

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The Expats by Chris Pavone: Reader’s Guide

Hailed by Patricia Cornwell as “bristling with suspense” and praised by John Grisham as reminiscent of early novels by Ken Follett, Frederick Forsyth, and Robert Ludlum, The Expats garnered coast-to-coast acclaim, marking the debut of an unforgettable new voice in American fiction. Sophisticated and expertly crafted, The Expats is set in some of Europe’s most enchanting locales, and races toward a provocative, startling conclusion. We hope this guide will enhance your experience of the pulse-pounding journey.

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The Expats by Chris Pavone: Recommended Reading

“When I moved to Luxembourg, I adopted a relentless diet of fiction set in Europe as a way of acclimating to my new home while also continuing to read stories,” shares Chis Pavone, author of The Expats. “Here are some relatively contemporary favorites plus a few older essentials in which the geographical setting itself plays a crucial, defining, and enjoyable role.”

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Quiet by Susan Cain: Recommended Reading

Susan Cain, author of the bestselling Quiet, shares reading recommendations featuring some of the most famous introverts in literature, including Sherlock Holmes and Jane Eyre. Did you know? At least one-third of the people we know are introverts. They are the ones who prefer listening to speaking, reading to partying; who innovate and create but dislike self-promotion; who favor working on their own over brainstorming in teams. This reading list is perfect for all your RIF introverts out there!

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Quiet by Susan Cain: Author Q&A

Susan Cain believes that self-awareness is at the heart of effective communication. In Quiet: The Power of Introverts in a World That Can’t Stop Talking, she shows how dramatically our culture undervalues introverts, and she identifies – based on the latest psychology and neuroscience – the advantages of being one. Here are some questions Susan answered about her passion for Quiet.

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Quiet by Susan Cain: Reader’s Guide

Passionately argued, impressively researched, and filled with indelible stories of real people, Quiet shows how dramatically we undervalue introverts, and how much we lose in doing so. This extraordinary book has the power to permanently change how we see introverts and, equally important, how introverts see themselves. This reader’s guide will help you get the most out of your reading – whether you’re immersing yourself in Quiet or discussing it with your book group.

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Chris Pavone, Author of The Expats, on Housework

“In the end,” writes author Chris Pavone, “The Expats is about the themes I chose from the start: marriage, and reinvention. But I deleted most of the passages about boring activities; it’s at least as boring to read about laundry as it is to do it. Instead I added some espionage, and then a large chunk of stolen money, plus an assortment of characters’ duplicities, not to mention the FBI and the CIA and Interpol, and for good measure a dubious gun bought from a Scottish pimp in the red-light district of Amsterdam….It’s still a book about real life, housework and all. Just a little bit more exciting.”