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"At the Water’s Edge" - Harper Bliss

Some angst and dysfunction, but with a lot of oomph in the bedroom.

The Revelation of Beatrice Darby by Jean Copeland

Beatrice Darby may work in a library, but she doesn’t do anything by the book. She certainly tries, though, because it’s 1957, which is not the time to go singin’ in the rainbow that she prefers dolls to guys.

Fear of Falling by Shelbi Henny

Melody is coming of age, coming out, and coming apart at the seams. So is Ricky, a girl who gives bad girls a bad name. Can they be good for―and to―each other?

Turning for Home by Caren J. Werlinger

Home is where the hurt is.

"The Girls of Usually" by Lori Horvitz

Essayist Lori Horvitz is afflicted with wanderlust, and many of her expeditions are guided by execrable exes. But when you date women who are out of it, you get some good stories.

The News in Small Towns by Iza Moreau

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“The Paths of Marriage” by Mala Kumar

Beautifully written and well-paced, this saga follows a family of Indian-American women across three generations and two continents.

The Caphenon by Fletcher DeLancey

Travel to the planet of Alsea and meet Lancer Tal at the cusp of making history.

For Me and My Gal by Robbi McCoy

During WWII, brave WAVE Marjorie developed a war bond with Lucy, a shipyard worker. When Marjorie’s journals fall into the hands of the head of a Naval museum, the past won’t be history much longer.

All We Lack by Sandra Moran

A complex and multilayered look at the impact our decisions have on our own lives and the lives of others. An intriguing and unusual read.