Romance, brickmaking, Irish immigrants, and faith all collide in the latest book–the first of a series–by local author Judith Miller.
In this episode, Miranda Ericsson talks about a dozen classic romance novels, from the 18th century through the 1980’s.
A year of burying your grief is bad, but Anna O’Mally is practicing coffin yoga and visibly wearing her pain to firmly pushing her remaining family away in this moving portrayal of blinding grief and depression.
Librarian Lissa was surprised by what these 5 teen fiction stories on her recent reading list had in common– You won’t believe how you can benefit from what she discovered…
Two boys are falling in serious “like” with each other in this new romantic comedy.
Paul Rudnick’s new novel, Gorgeous, is the best kind of modern fairy tale, with witty dialogue and scathing social critique of “beautiful people”.