Persephone “Percy” Fraser and Sam Florek spent six wonderful summers together in Barry’s Bay before their friends-to-lovers relationship imploded. Now, Percy’s back in town for Sam’s mother’s funeral, and the spark's still there. But are they ready to relaunch their romance?
You’ve heard of enemies-to-lovers, but what about enemies-to... cousins?! As their rivalry heats up at the local gym, Crystal and Scott bump into one another in the last place they could have possibly imagined — their grandparents’ engagement party.
Through interviews with workers at Silicon Valley’s tech giants, France Winddance Twine’s Geek Girls examines how women in general — and BIPOC women in particular — are shut out of the industry’s most promising positions.
From the author of The Shaadi Set-Up comes this YA romance. Here, an overachieving party princess resolves to stay away from her arch-nemesis, only to find he’s playing Eric to her Ariel for the summer.
A.J. Verdelle’s debut novel launched to effusive praise and threw her into Toni Morrison’s circle. Here, the author reminisces on her 25-year-long friendship with Morrison, the writing life, and her inability to replicate the success of her first book.
When she refuses to portray stereotypes on the silver screen, a Chinese American actor working in the Golden Age of Hollywood finds herself cast as monstrous villains instead. But in a world where all contracts are sealed with blood and magic, danger lurks around every corner.
What does it mean to be a woman on the Internet? Well, for starters, it means rebranding yourself as a “girl.” In Girl Online, Joanna Walsh explores the concessions women make to maintain their online identities.