• The cover of the book Evvie Drake Starts Over

    Evvie Drake Starts Over

    In a seaside town in Maine, Evvie Drake rarely leaves her empty house nearly a year after her husband’s death in a car crash. In New York City, Major League pitcher Dean Tenney can’t throw straight anymore and can’t figure out why. When he moves into an apartment at the back of Evvie’s house, the two make a deal: Dean won’t ask about Evvie’s late husband, and Evvie won’t ask about Dean’s baseball career. Rules, though, have a funny way of being broken.

  • The cover of the book How Not to Die Alone

    How Not to Die Alone

    Andrew works a thankless public health job, searching for the next of kin of those who die alone. Due to a long-standing misunderstanding, his coworkers think he goes home to a loving family each night, but he has lived alone for twenty years. When a new employee named Peggy breezes into the office, Andrew must figure out how to get out from under the little white lie that is keeping him from living.

  • The cover of the book The Bookish Life of Nina Hill

    The Bookish Life of Nina Hill

    The only child of a single mother, Nina Hill has her life just as she wants it: a job in a bookstore, a kick-butt trivia team, and a cat named Phil. When the father Nina never knew existed suddenly dies, leaving behind innumerable sisters, brothers, nieces, and nephews, Nina is horrified. They all live close by and want to meet her. It’s time for Nina to come out of her comfortable shell, but she isn’t convinced real life could ever live up to fiction. 

  • The cover of the book Professor Chandra Follows His Bliss

    Professor Chandra Follows His Bliss

    Professor Chandra is a renowned economist, divorced father of three, and recent victim of a bicycle hit-and-run. In the moments after the accident, he doesn’t see his life flash before his eyes but his life’s work. He’s just narrowly missed the Nobel Prize (again), and even though he knows he should get straight back to his pie charts, his doctor has other ideas. Professor Chandra needs to take a break from the stress and follow his bliss.

  • The cover of the book Eggshells


    Vivian doesn’t feel like she fits in—and never has. Living alone in Dublin, the neighbors treat her like she’s crazy, social workers seem to have registered her as troubled, and she hasn’t a friend in the world. So, she decides it’s time to change her life: She begins by advertising for a friend. Not just any friend. She wants one named Penelope. And one day, Penelope responds.

  • The cover of the book How to Stop Time

    How to Stop Time

    Tom Hazard has just moved back to London to become a high school history teacher. On his first day, he meets a captivating French teacher. But Tom has a dangerous secret. He may look 41, but he’s been alive for centuries. He’ll have to decide whether to remain stuck in the past, or finally begin living in the present.

  • The cover of the book The Unlikely Pilgrimage of Harold Fry

    The Unlikely Pilgrimage of Harold Fry

    Harold Fry, recently retired, lives in a small English village with his wife, who seems irritated by everything he does. When a woman he hasn’t seen in twenty years writes him a letter from hospice to say goodbye, Harold sets off on an urgent quest to her bedside. Determined to walk six hundred miles to the hospice, Harold believes that as long as he walks, Queenie will live. 

  • The cover of the book Ellie and the Harpmaker

    Ellie and the Harpmaker

    Dan Hollis lives a happy, solitary life carving exquisite Celtic harps in the countryside of the English moors. Here he can be himself, away from social situations that he doesn’t completely understand. When Ellie Jacobs comes across Dan’s barn, she’s enchanted by his collection. Ellie begins visiting Dan almost daily and quickly learns that he isn’t like other people. In many ways, his world is better, and he gives her a fresh perspective on her own life.

  • The cover of the book Death and Other Happy Endings

    Death and Other Happy Endings

    When Jennifer Cole is given a terminal diagnosis, instead of running off to complete a frantic bucket list she chooses to write letters to the three most significant people in her life, to say the things she wished she’d said before. But once you start telling the truth, it’s hard to stop. As Jennifer soon discovers, the truth isn’t always as straightforward as it seems, and death has a way of surprising you.

  • The cover of the book The Bride Test

    The Bride Test

    Khai Diep has no feelings. His family knows better—his autism means he just processes emotions differently. Though he avoids relationships, his mother takes matters into her own hands and returns to Vietnam to find him a bride. As a mixed-race girl living in the slums of Ho Chi Minh City, Esme Tran has always felt out of place. So when the opportunity arises to come to America and meet a potential husband, she can’t turn it down. But seducing Khai doesn’t go as planned.

  • The cover of the book The Story of Arthur Truluv

    The Story of Arthur Truluv

    Eighteen-year-old Maddy Harris is an introspective girl who visits the cemetery to escape the other kids at school. Arthur Moses rides the bus to the cemetery each day to visit his beloved late wife for lunch. Moved by Arthur’s kindness and devotion, Maddy gives him the nickname “Truluv.” As Arthur’s neighbor Lucille moves into their orbit, the unlikely trio band together and, through heartache and hardships, help one another rediscover their own potential to start anew.

  • The cover of the book Night of Miracles

    Night of Miracles

    Lucille Howard is getting on in years, but she stays busy. Thanks to the inspiration of her dearly departed friend Arthur Truluv, she has begun to teach baking classes, sharing the secrets to her delicious classic Southern yellow cake and other sweet essentials. When a new family moves in next door and tragedy strikes, Lucille begins to look out for Lincoln, their son. In these difficult times, the residents of Mason come together and find the true power of community—just when they need it the most.

  • The cover of the book The Reckless Oath We Made

    The Reckless Oath We Made

    Zee is nobody’s fairy tale princess. Almost six-foot, with a redhead’s temper and a shattered hip, she has a long list of worries: never-ending bills, her five-year-old nephew, her housebound mother, and her drug-dealing boss. Zee may not be a princess, but Gentry is a knight, complete with sword, armor, and a code of honor. Two years ago the voices he hears called him to be Zee’s champion. Both shy and autistic, he’s barely spoken to her since, but he has kept watch, ready to come to her aid.