1. "Big Gay Wedding" by Byron Lane
A Louisiana farm is about to be host to the wedding event of the season –but first Barnett should tell his mother that her small little farm is about to be his wedding venue. It will be the gayest wedding the town has ever seen, if mother and son can band together and pull it off.
2. "Follow the Sun" by Liz Locke
Socialite Caroline Kimball has been hiding out at an Acapulco hotel when she meets Tex poolside. They run away together to a Spanish island where she finally is able to mourn her father. Tex also encourages her to pursue her music career, until secrets and ghosts catch up with her. She must now decide between dealing with the past and two possible futures.
3. "All the Right Notes" by Dominic Lim
Quito is a piano playing genius who hasn’t achieved Broadway success, which he blames on Emmett – a college fling who made him lose his inspiration. Quito’s dad is planning a charity benefit in Quito’s hometown and wants Quito to perform with Emmet, who’s now a big deal in Hollywood. Emmett agrees and the chemistry between the two crackles once again – just in time for the big show.
4. "Hotel Laguna" by Nicola Harrison
Post World War II, Midwesterner Hazel lands in Laguna Beach where she finds work as an assistant to a renowned artist with a scandalous past. She loves her life in California, especially her friendship with Jimmy, a hotel bartender. But Hazel wants more – to work with airplanes like she did during the war and maybe even fly. Which way should Hazel go?
5. "Loot" by Tania James
This heist novel take you to 18th century India where Abbas, a talented teen woodcarver, has been asked by the sultan to build an giant tiger automaton for his sons. Working with French clockmaker, Lucien du Leze, Abbas goes to Europe with him as his apprentice, only to discover the palace has been looted by the British. He then travels to the English countryside to get the stolen tiger back.
6. "A Most Agreeable Murder" by Julia Seales
This mystery novel has been described as Jane Austen-meets-Agatha Christie. When the most eligible bachelor drops dead at a ball, Beatrice, a 19th century true crime junkie, must solve the case before the evening ends.
7. "Banyan Moon" by Thao Thai
Ann and her grandmother Minh have a special bond, so she is devastated to learn of her passing. She heads to Florida, with her seemingly perfect life unraveling, to see her estranged mother, also grieving. Minh has left them Banyan House so the pair must make peace, reckon with the past and find a way to move their relationship forward, especially when they need each other so much.
8. "The Seven Year Slip" by Ashley Poston
Clementine falls in love with her new roommate only to discover he lives seven years in the past. She’s been working hard, dreaming big and hoping for love when she finds this strange Southerner in her late aunt’s apartment. Should she protect her heart or explore this odd new love connection across time?
9. "The Beach at Summerly" by Beatriz Williams
In the summer of 1946, the Summerly estate is ready for the post-war summer. Emilia, the caretaker’s daughter is fascinated by Olive, the world-traveling socialite staying in the guest cottage. Emilia’s idyllic summer is shattered when the FBI arrive to catch a Russian spy hiding in the estate. Fast-forward to 1954 – the estate has been shuttered and Emilia must help the government once again and confront her actions of that fateful summer.
10. "The Five-Star Weekend" by Elin Hilderbrand
Hollis seems to have the perfect life, with her famous food blog and heart-surgeon husband. After a tragic accident, in need of a regroup, she stumbles across the idea of a five-star weekend where you gather up the best friends from every decade of your life. Far from idyllic though, the weekend in Nantucket is threatened when Hollis clashes with a college friend, an old flame turns up and another friend faces a marriage crisis. Whatever happens next, it will be a weekend they won’t soon forget.