Add these new releases to your 2018 #TBR pile and get reading. The new year is the perfect excuse to find your next favorite read.
The Wife Between Us by Greer Hendricks and Sarah Pekkanen
Vanessa Thompson can’t seem to get her life together after her divorce from handsome, hedge fund manager, Richard and the news of his new fiancée will be the last straw. Determined to keep his future wife from the same life she endured, Vanessa hopes the new woman will listen to her. For fans of Gone Girl, this psychological thriller will keep you on the edge of your seat from beginning to end.
Spring Forward by Catherine Anderson
When a handsome stranger comes waltzing into Crystal Malloy’s life, she is lukewarm at best – she’s there to take care of her grandfather after surgery. As her past heartbreak threatens to ruin a new possibility at love, Crystal will learn that letting Tanner in may just be exactly what she needs.
The Wife by Alafair Burke
Jason seems to have it all but when employees in his office start making damaging accusations, it will be up to his wife, Angela to believe his innocence and defend him. But when one of the girls who has come forward goes missing, Angela can’t help but begin to question the man she shares her life, family and home with.
All We Knew by Jamie Beck
Hunter Cabot once had everything: a thriving marriage with his soulmate and a successful business with his father. When life turns sideways on him and he can see the future of his family and company fading, he must find a way to pick up the pieces before it’s too late. With their love put to the test, Hunter and Sara will have to start fighting for the life they have always dreamed of instead of fighting each other.
Where the Line Bleeds by Jesmyn Ward
In the paperback release of Where the Line Bleeds, twins Joshua and Christophe find their differing paths will merge once more upon the arrival of their dangerous biological parents. When their addict father ridicules Christophe, a simple confrontation will explode into something that will change the boys’ lives forever.
The Woman in the Window by A.J. Finn
For fans of Gillian Flynn’s suspenseful reads comes a story of one girl who witnesses something she shouldn’t have. When the picture perfect Russells move in across the way, Anna can’t help but let her curiosity get the best of her as she witnesses a stabbing – or did she? This psychological thriller will have you hooked from start to finish as the dark truth about Anna and her neighbors are revealed.
Pretty Dead Girls by Monica Murphy
Penelope Malone can’t help but be afraid that in a town where the popular girls are turning up dead, she will be the next victim. In a school full of dark secrets and lies, one mysterious boy might be the key to figuring out the recent deaths, but if Penelope wants answers from him, she’ll have to confide in him as well.
The Immortalists by Chloe Benjamin
The Gold children visited a psychic decades ago who told them when they would die. Now adults, the four siblings lead separate lives but still struggle with the premonitions they were given when they were young. An examination into choice and destiny, The Immortalists is a read you won’t want to miss.
Still Me by Jojo Moyes
Louisa Clark has just touched down in New York City, confident that she’ll be able to keep her relationship strong with Sam, even though he’s thousands of miles away. Finding herself in a privileged and fast-paced world, she dives headfirst into her new job and unexpected high society. A new man, who reminds her of the past, arrives on the scene and it’s up to Louisa to figure out where her heart truly belongs.
I Almost Forgot About You by Terry McMillan
Dr. Georgia Young knows she is missing something in her life and is determined to change things on her own terms. Quitting her job and moving out of her home, Georgia’s quest to find herself again begins and the opportunities for growth and new love are endless. The paperback release of this New York Times bestseller will leave you hopeful in the new year.