Review: The Last Mrs. Parrish by Liv Constantine

Elevator Pitch: Amber Patterson is sick of being a nobody, so she decides to get rich the the old-fashioned way: by marrying a super-rich dude. The only problem is that Jackson Parrish is already married to a beautiful and accomplished woman, Daphne, whom he adores. That doesn't deter Amber, though. She insinuates herself into Daphne's …

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On Writing

I'm working on my next book. It's (loosely) about WWII, the French Resistance, and women who participated in the war, at home and in occupied areas. I have stacks of nonfiction, but I want some good fiction to put in a WWII mindset. What are your favorites?

Review: The Family Next Door by Sally Hepworth and The Perfect Mother by Aimee Molloy

Elevator Pitch: Both books are about mothers who are facing difficult (even tragic) events related to their children, their marriages, and their friendships. Both books feature strong, smart women of means who are grappling with what it means to embrace their identities as mothers without losing themselves. While Hepworth's book is set in laid-back Melbourne, Australia, …

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