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The Typewriter Girl

Alison Atlee (S&S/Gallery)

A feisty, headstrong woman and an ambitious, compassionate man seize the chance for improbable love in Atlee’s spectacular debut, set in a perfectly realized Victorian England.


Letters from Skye

Jessica Brockmole (Ballantine)

An epistolary relationship between a Scottish poet and an American college student becomes a shy romance whose progress overlaps with two world wars and a host of personal complications.


Brothers of the Wild North Sea

Harper Fox (Samhain)

When Vikings target a monastery rumored to be hiding a treasure, the true wealth turns out to be in the love that develops between fledgling monk Caius and injured raider Fenrir, despite the barriers of faith, culture, and war.


Tremble: Erotic Tales of the Mystical and Sinister

Tobsha Learner (Plume)

These nine wonderfully strange and dark tales maintain a dreamy, fairy-tale feel as they explore historical and contemporary erotic encounters charged with magic, humor, wonder, and fear.


You Give Good Love

J.J. Murray (Kensington)

A chance meeting leads to a slow-building interracial and cross-cultural romance between a hopelessly overqualified copy shop clerk and a starry-eyed greeting card designer.


A Hero to Come Home To

Marilyn Pappano (Grand Central/Forever)

An amputee paratrooper and the widow of an Army sergeant find unexpected solace in Pappano’s tearjerker contemporary, which takes an unflinching look at all the joys and sorrows of daily life for America’s military families and veterans.


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