Raise a glass to rising star Morgan Rogers and her debut, the so-much-more-than-a-romance Honey Girl [Park Row, Feb. 23] and to Susan Mallery, whose enjoy-with-a-glass-of-vino book The Vineyard at Painted Moon [HQN, Feb. 9] has earned her a coveted spot on LibraryReads’ Hall of Fame.
Check out the LibraryReads love:
Morgan Rogers’ HONEY GIRL:
“One of the best parts of this book is the friendships. These friends listen to, support, and love each other. Grace Porter has just finished her PhD in astronomy and goes to Las Vegas to celebrate. While there, she meets a beautiful woman, Yuki, and by the end of the night, they are drunk and married. When Grace goes to New York to visit Yuki, they fall in love all over again. For fans of Queenie and The Bride Test.”–Patti Lang, Pima County Public Library, Tucson, AZ
Susan Mallery’s THE VINEYARD AT PAINTED MOON:
“Mackenzie is abruptly divorced, loses her job as winemaker at a prestigious family winery. She hasn’t had to be on her own in years. Now she has all kinds of decisions to make. Great relationship fiction with the bonus of learning the inner workings of the wine industry. For fans of Kristin Hannah”–Gail Christensen, Kitsap Regional Library, Bremerton, WA
Congrats again to Susan and Morgan!