By Ann Patchett,Silvia Piraccini
By Liza Wieland
New Mexico, 1985. Brigid lengthy evening, a tender half-Navajo painter, is going to
work as an assistant for the aged Georgia O’Keeffe. Haunted by means of the decision
to quit her baby daughter for adoption, Brigid struggles with the direction
and inertia of her existence. With O’Keeffe’s encouragement, Brigid develops a
powerful sort, incorporating language and wordplay in addition to picture in her
portrayal of local American existence and her position in it.
Atlanta, 1995. Nancy Diamond, an aspiring playwright, encounters Brigid’s work
and starts to appreciate the hidden truths approximately her personal existence because the baby born of
an affair among her white mom and an African American artist.
New York urban, 2001. Sasha Hernandez enrolls at Columbia college to
study filmmaking. She has just recently stumbled on that her mom, dwelling in
Manhattan, is a celebrated painter and sculptor whose paintings is put in in the
sculpture backyard on the international exchange Center.
In Liza Wieland’s deeply relocating novel, those interwoven tales express how paintings unearths the intensity and complexity of human love, in all its betrayals and losses, good looks and redemption
By Nicole C. Vosseler,Alessandra Petrelli
By Denise Hunter
Eden Martelli is just too busy fleeing the clutches of hazard to gain she’s operating directly into the hands of a brand new love.
Speeding north via rural Maine, Eden Martelli wonders how her lifestyles got here to this—on the run along with her mute five-year-old son drowsing fitfully within the passenger seat. whilst a breakdown leaves them stranded in summer season Harbor, Eden has no selection yet to stick positioned via Christmas . . . even supposing they've got no position to put their heads.
Beau Callahan is a ordinary challenge solver—for other folks besides. He left the sheriff’s division to take over his family’s Christmas tree farm, yet he’s nonetheless haunted by means of the lack of his mom and dad and suffering to deal with his first Christmas alone.
When Eden indicates up searching for paintings simply as Beau’s feisty aunt will get out of the health center, Beau thinks he’s eventually stuck a holiday. Eden is powerfuble and dedicated—if a bit guarded—and a knockout in addition. yet, as he quickly reveals out, she additionally comes with a boatload of secrets.
Eden has been via an excessive amount of to belief her center to a different guy, yet Beau is irresistible, and the sensation seems mutual. As Christmas Eve methods, Eden’s earlier catches as much as her.
Beau will visit the ends of the earth to maintain her secure. yet who’s going to guard his center from a lady who can’t appear to belief again?
By Holly Hodder Eger
By Sylvia Brownrigg
'A advanced portrait of 2 women's sexuality . . . an absolute excitement' Alice Sebold
Flannery, a author with one famous fairly racy booklet to her identify, is, by way of her personal admission, in a state of affairs she by no means suggestion she'd be: married to a guy who overshadows her and outlined via her fundamental relationships as spouse and mom. while Flannery is invited to a writers' convention she sees an opportunity to come back to a global she knew good. after which she acknowledges the identify of the chair of the development: Anne Arden. without notice Flannery is thrown again 20 years to her eighteen-year-old self and the main severe love affair of her complete existence.
On the opposite part of the realm Anne is traveling for paintings. lately out of a decades-long partnership, she feels adrift, unsettled. while a chum asks her to chair an occasion at a writers' convention she says convinced and 2 months later, at the comparable campus the place they met and fell in love, Anne and Flannery are reunited. although their lives have taken them in numerous and unforeseen instructions, the pull among them proves impossible to resist.
Elegant, shrewdpermanent, witty and sensual, Pages for Her is a singular approximately love, reminiscence and what it really is to be a lady, a spouse, and a mother.
By Branca Ferrari
By Marnie Woodrow
By Summer Kinard