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6 Spring reads to add to your April book list

Arianna Huffington, Jane Green and more make up this all-female book list. Start off the spring season with one of these fantastic reads.


Tempting Fate by Jane Green

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Gabby has been happily married to Elliott for 18 years. They have built a life and family together. She is the last person who would have an affair, but she feels her youth is slipping away, which is why it feels so good to have a younger man show interest in her. A long-distance friendship turns into something more than Gabby could have ever imagined, something that leads to an ending full of life-changing consequences.

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On Grace by Susie Orman Schnall

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The next chapter in Grace May’s life is about to begin. She’s about to turn 40 and is excited about it, has an engaging new writing job and both of her boys are in school. But everything changes when Grace loses her job and receives surprising news from her best friend and husband. Everything is now at stake: her marriage, friendship and a sense of self. By her birthday, Grace will finally discover with laughter, tears and grace who and what matter most.


A Hundred Summers by Beatriz Williams

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It is 1938, and Lily Dane, a New York socialite, is with her family at the oceanfront community of Seaview planning to spend a relaxing summer with her family and friends. Then, Nick and Budgie Greenwald show up — her former best friend and fiancé who were recently married. The gossip ensues as the truth about Nick and Budgie’s marriage, as well as Lily and Nick’s feelings for each other, rises to the surface.

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Thrive by Arianna Huffington

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Arianna Huffington recently realized there is more to a successful life than obtaining the perfect career. The money- and power-centric society is leading more and more to stress, burnouts and illness, particularly in women. In Thrive, Huffington shares with readers her own time management and deadline challenges as well as revolutionary ways to change the way we think and live.

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The Divorce Papers by Susan Rieger

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Sophie Diehl is used to criminal law and putting the bad guys behind bars, but with all the big partners away, the 29-year-old has to step up and take on the divorce case of the daughter of one of the firm’s most important clients. The case takes Sophie on a journey that prompts her to examine the many relationships in her life. Full of humor and heartache, Susan Rieger explores what happens when a marriage fails.


Hidden by Catherine McKenzie

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When Jeff Manning is hit by a car and killed on his way home from work, his wife Claire and his co-worker Tish are devastated by the news. Claire must comfort her son as well as make funeral arrangements and deal with family members while Tish agrees to represent the company at the funeral. Through three points of view, Hidden explores relationships, the results of the decisions we make and the obligation we have to the people we love.

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