Books about friendship, family and romance are among the most popular checkouts of the summer. Borrow a relationship novel from the Lititz Public Library.
The Almost Sisters by Joshilyn Jackson
At a comics convention, a thirty-eight-year-old, usually levelheaded graphic novelist is swept off her feet by a handsome Batman.
The Lightkeeper’s Daughters by Jean E. Pendziwol
With the help of a delinquent teenager performing community service, a woman with fading eyesight begins a trip through time when her late father’s journals are found amid the ruins of an old shipwreck.
The End of Men by Karen Rinaldi
Three determined New York City women find themselves at personal crossroads where work, love and motherhood intersect.
The Lost Letter by Jillian Cantor
In 1989, a woman comes across an unusual WWII-era Austrian stamp placed on an old love letter and unearths the story of an apprentice stamp maker who found himself in the service of the Nazis, in love with his mentor’s daughter and working with the resistance to send underground messages.
The Summer House by Hannah McKinnon
When a woman summons her children to the family beach house to celebrate their father’s eightieth birthday, both cherished memories and long-lost secrets come to light.
The Last Laugh by Lynn Freed
Beset by grandchildren, three women who have grown used to living wonderfully free lives escape to a Greek Island for a year with a plan to live barefoot and content, but things don’t go as designed.
Hello, Sunshine by Laura Dave
An online culinary star with millions of followers falls from grace when she is hacked and her secrets are revealed.
Secret Sisters by Joy Callaway
In 1881, a college sophomore has two goals to fulfill by the time she graduates: obtain a medical degree and establish a women’s fraternity to help women like herself connect and support one another.
The Awkward Age by Francesca Segal
Unexpectedly in love, a widow’s fragile happiness at joining two households is threatened by her teenage daughter’s animosity.
The Wildling Sisters by Eve Chase
Desperate to move her family out of their London home, a woman relocates to a country manor but finds herself increasingly isolated, at odds with her stepdaughter and haunted by rumors of a mysterious disappearance fifty years earlier.
The Witches of New York by Ami McKay
In 1880s New York, a young woman, unaware of her spiritual gifts, applies for a job at a teashop for female occultists where she learns to harness her powers to face down the dark forces lurking in the city.
Woman Enters Left by Jessica Brockmole
In the 1950s, a woman sets out on a road trip from Los Angeles to New Jersey, unknowingly tracing in reverse the path her mother traveled thirty years prior.
Pieces of Happiness by Anne Ostby
Four friends, now in their sixties, accept their adventurous old high school friend’s invitation to move to a cocoa farm in Fiji where they find a new purpose in starting a business making chocolate.
Moonlight Over Paris by Jennifer Robson
In 1924, recovering from a broken wartime engagement and a serious illness that left her near death, a woman breaks free of stifling social constraints and travels to France to stay with her free-spirited aunt.
Home Fire by Kamila Shamsie
After years of caring for her younger siblings in the wake of their mother’s death, an invitation from a mentor in America allows a woman to resume her graduate degree, but she can’t stop worrying about the sister and brother she left behind.
July 27, 2018