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Michelle Gable



National bestselling author of A Paris Apartment, Michelle Gable graduated from The College of William & Mary. When not dreaming up fiction on the sly, she currently resides in Cardiff by the Sea, California, with her husband, two daughters, and one lazy cat.

Genres: General Fiction
 
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The Lake Season (2015)
Hannah McKinnon
"Two sisters, a glittering New England lake, and one desperate, last-chance summer set the stage for Hannah McKinnon's emotionally affecting new novel, The Lake Season."
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The Paris Key (2015)
Juliet Blackwell
"Juliet Blackwell offers a compelling storyline with a charming protagonist and a deep well of family secrets, all gorgeously set in the City of Lights. The sights and smells of Blackwell’s Paris lingered long after I turned the last page. The Paris Key is an absorbing homage to family, friendship, and, of course, the greatest city in the world."
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When We Meet Again? (2016)
Kristin Harmel
"Centering on a lesser known facet of American history, WHEN WE MEET AGAIN is a gripping novel of history, art, and the power of love. Kristin Harmel’s work is always riveting but her storytelling reaches new heights with a tale that is layered, complex, and satisfying to the last page."
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Castle of Water (2017)
Dane Huckelbridge
"Far more complex than any given deserted island tale, Dane Huckelbridge has written a moving, harrowing, and downright literary novel in which even the inevitable comes as a surprise. Castle of Water will lift spirits and break hearts. I did not want this story to end."
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According to a Source (2017)
Abby Stern
"Abby Stern's debut is dishy, wise, and full of heart. According to a Source gives readers a tour of inner Hollywood, where the city's dirty and glamorous sides meet. Despite the dazzling setting, protagonist Ella Warren is relatable for anyone who has faced difficult choices and made questionable decisions. Think you can't love a Hollywood gossip? Think again. Stern has written a winner."
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Secret Sisters (2017)
Joy Callaway
"Joy Callaway's second novel is a galvanizing, insightful read based on the founding of America's first sorority. With a believable and winsome heroine, Callaway achieves the perfect balance between rich historical detail and themes that are modern and fresh. Smart and satisfying, Secret Sisters drives home the importance of fighting for your beliefs, widening your mindset, and finding your tribe."
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The Light Over London (2019)
Julia Kelly
"Deftly weaving together past and present, Kelly tells a fresh, heartfelt story of sisterhood and sacrifice, culminating in a gut-punch finish. Perfect for fans of The Alice Network."
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One Night at the Lake (2019)
Bethany Chase
"With gripping prose and a setting that is as sentient as the characters who inhabit it, Bethany Chase draws a tale that is immediate and real, the kind of story you’ll feel to your gut."
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All the Acorns on the Forest Floor (2020)
Kim Hooper
"In All the Acorns on the Forest Floor, Kim Hooper delivers an empathetic, compulsively readable book with a cast of characters you’ll swear you know. With compassion and great heart, Hooper reminds us that people have histories, and we’re all more connected than we think."

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