Good Company by Cynthia D’Aprix Sweeney

Flora and Julian have a relationship that all their friends aspire to, and sometimes Flora even feels a little smug about how their relationship has fared over the years, where others have faltered and fallen apart. They often team up with another couple, Margot and her husband, and make up a close knit foursome. But …

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Trouble On Highway One by Anne McClane

Lacey Becnel is back in book two of Anne McClane's Traiteur series. This time, Lacey finds herself in Los Angeles, working behind the scenes on a film shoot, but her new found powers put her in the way of danger and adventure once again. Many of our favorite characters return again, as we see Lacey …

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The Particular Sadness Of Lemon Cake by Aimee Bender

I picked this up because I really like books like Like Water For Chocolate, stories that have a hint of magic, but that are otherwise kind of about everyday life. (Magic realism is one of our favourite genres). Rose Edelstein is turning 9 when her mother makes her a beautiful lemon cake with chocolate icing. …

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