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Jill Santopolo

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Jill Santopolo is not a super sleuth, though she is particularly good at walking quickly and quietly through the streets of New York City, where she lives. She is currently working on her MFA in Writing for Children and Young Adults at Vermont College, and spends most of her time reading books, writing books, and editing some other ones.

Genres: Children's Fiction, Romance, Historical Romance, Literary Fiction
Sparkle Spa
   1. All That Glitters (2014)
   2. Purple Nails and Puppy Tails (2014)
   3. Makeover Magic (2014)
   4. True Colors (2014)
   5. Bad News Nails (2015)
   6. A Picture-Perfect Mess (2015)
   7. Bling It On! (2015)
   8. Wedding Bell Blues (2016)
   9. Fashion Disaster (2016)
   10. Glam Opening! (2017)
Follow Your Heart
   1. Summer Love (2014)
   2. Love on the Lifts (2015)
   The Light We Lost (2017)
   More Than Words (2019)
   Everything After (2021)
   Stars in an Italian Sky (2023)
Jill Santopolo recommends
The Book of Silver Linings (2023)
Nan Fischer
"A feel-good novel about freeing ourselves from the past and finding our way to a bright and beautiful future."
Talking at Night (2023)
Claire Daverley
"An achingly beautiful novel about the people who change us irrevocably. This novel will consume you."
The Paris Daughter (2023)
Kristin Harmel
"A powerful exploration of the depths of a mother's love and the impossible choices that must be made during times of war....Part mystery, part family saga, part homage to the artist's soul, this book had me in tears and kept me riveted until the final page. It was unputdownable."
Meet Me at the Lake (2023)
Carley Fortune
"Meet Me at The Lake is a beautiful, heart-tugging, love story about secrets, lies, missed connections and second chances. Set against the idyllic backdrop of a family hotel on a rural lake, this novel brims with the warmth of summertime and the feeling of home. An exquisite, emotional read."
Only Love Can Hurt Like This (2023)
Paige Toon
"Only Love Can Hurt Like This is the story of small towns, big secrets, and even bigger love. Paige Toon's writing is emotional and riveting. Even while her novel was breaking my heart into tiny pieces, I couldn't put it down."
Adelaide (2023)
Genevieve Wheeler
"Adelaide is a beautifully-written, deeply-felt exploration of what it means to love and be loved. In it, Genevieve Wheeler perfectly captures the exquisite pain of being head-over-heels in love with someone whose feelings don't match yours and poignantly celebrates the people on our journeys who make life worth living. A remarkable debut."

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