Here's a look at the titles we love that hit shelves this week.
"A legend of hidden treasure, a man who hides behind many facades and a woman who fights her birthright form the tapestry of this poignant, sensual and emotion-packed romance."
"This is a captivating mystery with some absorbing family dynamics that will keep the reader involved until the very end."
"The atmosphere is often grim, as secrets are kept and revealed. Kuhns brings the political and social customs of the time to life with telling details and exact language."
"Terminal City is her best book yet with a look at Grand Central Terminal alongside a baffling murder. Alex Cooper and her colleagues have never been more compelling..."
"Stevens’ storytelling skills are strong in her latest. She shows us the evil that women can wreak on each other, even in high school, and she paints a poisonous parent very well."
"This is a suspenseful thriller that borders on being a mystery, as the protagonists and the reader are left in the dark about what is really happening and the stakes involved."
"Though this is the seventh outing for Hearne’s sarcastic hero, Atticus O’Sullivan, this book has the feeling of a new beginning for its hero and for the series."
"Romantics at heart will absolutely love the chemistry and sparks that fly between Portia and Gabriel, as well as appreciate the brilliant and realistic voice of 12-year-old Ariel."
"Chan does an amazing job with pacing while maintaining continuity and weaving universal themes such as friendship, love, new beginnings and overcoming adversities into small town life."
"With her signature style, Bardugo brings her thrilling Grisha trilogy to a satisfying end that will surprise and delight in equal measures ... Resplendently bold and ambitious, this is an all-consuming and wondrous achievement."
"Crownover’s wonderful Welcome to the Point series starter is by turns edgy and poignant. She paints a raw picture of inner city love, desperation and survival."
"More secrets are revealed and a mystery is solved, but there are still many questions the reader will be eager to have answered in (hopefully) the next book."
"Cassidy, Emma, Bryn, Abby and Devon continue to be quite a diverse group of friends who often delve into frenemy territory, creating stress and drama that mirrors the teenage experience."
"The Wicked Play series always offers a quality story centered on hot sex, burgeoning romance and BDSM. This one is no exception."
"The explicit nature of their relationship only adds to the themes of trust and betrayal, each new discovery between them revealing the deep desire to love and be loved, but only if done with truth and honesty."