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Favorite 12 Lit. Fic. Books of 2017—Not To be Missed

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My Favorite Literary Fiction New Releases of 2017

Don’t Miss These Superbly Written Novels!


Released-12/5/17—The Wake Up by Catherine Ryan Hyde

Released-11/29/17—The Secret Child by Kerry Fisher

Released-9/5/17—The Summer That Made Us by Robyn Carr

Released-8/30/17—The Way We Were by Sinaed Moriarty

Released-7/25/17—The Good Mother by Sinead Moriarty

Released-7/18/17—The Art of Hiding by Amanda Prowse

Released-7/5/17—Everything We Left Behind by Kerry Lonsdale

Released-6/13/17—The Identicals by Erin Hilderbrand

Released-5/23/17—Allie and Bea Catherine Ryan Hyde

Released-5/2/17—After the fall by Julie Cohen

Released-3/21/17—Wish Me Home by Kay Bratt

Released-2/24/17—The Silent Wife by Kerry Fisher



Best Lit Fic & Romance New Releases for April/May/June 2017

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In Case You Missed Any of This Fantastic Books-Here Are The Links to My Reviews:


Released- 6/6/17 A Sky Full of Stars by Samantha Chase- 5 stars

Released- 5/23/17 Allie and Bea by Catherine Ryan Hyde- 5 stars

Released- 05/02/17 After The Fall by Julie Cohen- 5 stars

Released- 4/18/17 My Kind of You by Tracy Brogan- 5 stars




After The Fall by Julie Cohen

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Don’t Miss Julie Cohen’s Outstanding Newest Release, Coming 5/2/17.

After The Fall – I Absolutely Loved it!


After The Fall is a superbly crafted character-driven novel, about family secrets, loss, and love. The author brings Jo, a mother, Lydia, Jo’s teenage daughter, and Honor, Lydia’s grandmother to life for the reader. All three women have secrets that they fear, if exposed, will bring them terrible embarrassment and shame. I loved Jo, right away. She’s a selfless, loving mother. Lydia is a likable character, except for her rebellious teenage attitude. She grows up and matures in the story, though. And Honor, well, at first, I didn’t like her at all, but she won me over in the end. What all three women learned is, how much richer their life would have been, if they hadn’t kept secrets at all.

I absolutely loved reading this book. Each page drew me deeper into the story, tugged at my heart, and hijacked my emotions. The characters are complex, the plot realistic, and the dialogue natural. Each sentence, I found, drove the story forward, captivating my attention until the very end.

This is the first book that I have read by Julie Cohen, but it will not be my last. I will definitely be reading more of her work. Highly recommended.

Thank you, St. Martin’s Press and NetGalley, for my advanced review copy! I loved it.

~5 out of 5 shining stars~ Review by Peg Glover

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