The House at Riverton by Kate Morton.
Imagine The Great Gatsby as an ABC Afternoon School Special, starring Colin Firth as the sensitive English aristocrat and Cloris Leachman as that woman who appears in the segments that bracket the captivating literary device known as
The Room by Emma Donoghue
I loved this book about a woman held captive with her child in a shed for five years although it made me feel a little bit guilty about the fact that sometimes I can barely get through the weekend without feeling like I need some space from my own spawn.
The Daughter of Smoke and Bone by Laini Taylor
An Angel and Devil fall in love but (surprisingly) their love is doomed because (surprise again) they come from different worlds and (surprise again) their love is forbidden and thus young adults are introduced to the Montagues and Capulets but this time Romeo is not wearing a shirt, and has wings.
The Kitchen House by Kathleen Grisson
This vast tale of a white indentured servant raised amongst slaves in the south is often suggested as a must read to folks who loved "The Help" and while it is a fairly enjoyable read, it loses steam towards the end- as if the writer finished the bottle of wine with two chapters still to go and just wanted to go to bed.
Speaking of which....
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