#FRC2016 – SMALL ADMISSIONS by Amy Poeppel

  December 20, 2016 – Small Admissions: A Novel by Amy Poeppel Course Title: Keeping Up Appearances Department: Women’s Fiction Studies Description: A young woman is unexpectedly thrust into the cutthroat world of New York City private school admissions as she attempts to understand city life, human nature, and falling in love.  

#FRC2016 – THE MARRIAGE LIE by Kimberly Belle

  December 13, 2016 – The Marriage Lie by Kimberly Belle Course Title: Secrets and Lies Department: Women’s Fiction Studies Description: Iris and Will have been married for seven years when Will flies out of town for a business trip to Florida. When a plane bound for Seattle crashes, killing everyone on board, the manifest … Continue reading #FRC2016 – THE MARRIAGE LIE by Kimberly Belle

#FRC2016 – SIZE MATTERS by Cathryn Novak

  December 6, 2016 – Size Matters by Cathryn Novak Course Title: Food & Relationships Studies Department: Culinary Fiction Description: Lexie Alexander is the personal chef to John Frederick. He’s rich, intelligent, reclusive, very large, and lives to eat. But when a major medical crisis turns the household upside down it threatens the special bonds … Continue reading #FRC2016 – SIZE MATTERS by Cathryn Novak

#FRC2016 – HINDSIGHT by Mindy Tarquini

  November 29, 2016 – Hindsight: A Novel by Mindy Tarquini Course Title: Contemporary Fables Department: Magical Realism Description: In this layered, contemporary fable, Eugenia Panisporchi, a thirty-three-year-old Chaucer professor, remembers all her past lives and is desperate to change her future. She begins to connect with others like her and discovers she must confront … Continue reading #FRC2016 – HINDSIGHT by Mindy Tarquini

#FRC2016 – IN THE HEART OF TEXAS: A Novel by Ginger McKnight-Chavers

  November 22, 2016 – In the Heart of Texas: A Novel by Ginger McKnight-Chavers Course Title: Pop Culture Conversations Department: Women’s Fiction Studies Description: In the Heart of Texas is a wry, humorous commentary on the complexities of race, class, relationships, politics, popular culture, and celebrity in our current society. Jo Randolph, the “poor … Continue reading #FRC2016 – IN THE HEART OF TEXAS: A Novel by Ginger McKnight-Chavers

#FRC2016 – FOUND by Emily Brett

  November 15, 2016 – Found: A Novel by Emily Brett Course Title: International Nursing Department: Medical Adventure Description: Twenty-seven-year-old ICU nurse Natalie Ulster has a desire to see the world. In each country, however, she finds herself confronted with near-death accidents. Too many coincidences force her to ask herself a frightening question: Is someone … Continue reading #FRC2016 – FOUND by Emily Brett

#FRC2016 – UNEXPECTED LOVE by Kristy Kryszczak

  November 8, 2016 – Unexpected Love by Kristy Kryszczak Course Title: Sex and the City 101 Department: Women’s Fiction Studies Description: Ready for a SJP-replay? Settle in with this debut novel about Inez, a freelance beauty writer living in NYC who’s navigating life in her thirties and the complicated romances she gets pulled into … Continue reading #FRC2016 – UNEXPECTED LOVE by Kristy Kryszczak

#FRC2016 – THE NEXT by Stephanie Gangi

  November 1, 2016 – The Next by Stephanie Gangi Course Title: Ghost Stories 101 Department: Paranormal Studies Description: Is there a right way to die? If so, Joanna DeAngelis has it all wrong. As she travels beyond memory, beyond desire, she is transformed into a fierce female force of life, determined to know how … Continue reading #FRC2016 – THE NEXT by Stephanie Gangi


  October 25, 2016 – The Witch House of Persimmon Point by Suzanne Palmieri Course Title: Southern Witchcraft 401 Department: Gothic Literature Description: When Byrd Whalen returns to her family’s ancestral home to uncover secrets threatening to destroy a legacy she holds dear, the dark haunted histories of the Amore women reveal themselves, leading Byrd … Continue reading #FRC2016 – THE WITCH HOUSE OF PERSIMMON POINT by Suzanne Palmieri

#FRC2016 – LONDON BELONGS TO ME by Jacquelyn Middleton

  October 18, 2016 – London Belongs to Me by Jacquelyn Middleton Course Title: Theatre Writing 101 Department: British Literature Description: Broken from an unexpected betrayal, Alex Sinclair couldn’t jump on a plane to London fast enough. But when a wealthy rival fueled by ambition and jealousy threatens her career and a fledgling romance, Alex … Continue reading #FRC2016 – LONDON BELONGS TO ME by Jacquelyn Middleton