When We Left Cuba by Chanel Cleeton⸺The Cuban Revolution took everything from sugar heiress Beatriz Perez--her family, her people, her country. Recruited by the CIA to infiltrate Fidel Castro's inner circle and pulled into the dangerous world of espionage, Beatriz is consumed by her quest for revenge and her desire to reclaim the life she lost.
Hi guys! Welcome back on my blog for another author feature. Today’s guest here on Behind the Pages is debut author, Andrea Rothman. Her book, The DNA of You and Me, was my recent pit for the Book Cover Battle so, if you guys want to check it out, just click here. As you all know, International Women's Day was celebrated all over the world just recently and this guest post from Andrea is very timely as she talks about those women like her in STEM and the importance of breaking gender stereotype.
Hi everyone! I am having my first Book Cover Battle for this year — created by Bibliomantics where you pit two book covers against one another. Today’s BCB is entirely different from the previous covers I've done in the past. We all know that book's cover changes from time to time to encourage new sales and, if … Continue reading Book Cover Battle | The DNA of You and Me by Andrea Rothman (Previous Cover vs. Final Cover)
Finding Felix by Jo Platt⸺A family wedding. A fake boyfriend. A recipe for disaster! A funny, feel-good romantic comedy from bestseller Jo Platt about finding something you didn't even know you were looking for. Finding Felix is perfect for fans of Anna Bell, Tracy Bloom and Debbie Viggiano.
Confessions of a First-Time Mum by Poppy Dolan⸺Stevie’s life has changed beyond recognition since having her first baby. Stevie loves being a mum, but between the isolation and being vomited on five times a day, she really wishes she had someone to talk to. A perfect laugh-out-loud read for fans of The Unmumsy Mum, Gill Sims and Emma Robinson.
Emi Harrison has avoided her ex-fiance, Jack Cabot, for nearly two years. Her twin brother Evan's wedding is about to end that streak. From bad bridesmaids' dresses, a hyperactive sister-in-law, a mean girl with even meaner secrets, and too much to drink, nothing seems to go right for Emi, except when she's wearing her little gray dress.
Alex has planned and executed her life with laser focus since she first met her future husband at the play-doh table on the first day of kindergarten. They have a terrific life, a gorgeous house on the bay, and fantastic careers they love. There's only one problem: Alex's husband Michael is gay, a fact he neglected to mention in the 23 years since they first met.
The Hating Game by Sally Thorne is an enjoyable romantic comedy with a rather delightful characters and witty banter, a story that will dig up sweet personal emotions and experience or fun memories that will both stay and sway to gear your hearts up.