We're excited to share another round of reviews across all of our imprints!
Kirkus reviewed Lush by Kerry Cohen.
Unapologetic in that it offers no trite "darkness to light" narrative about alcoholism, Cohen's book instead offers a sharp-eyed look at what it means to be a midlife female unable to cope with either personal demons or the heavy external social pressures placed on women. An intimate and unsparing book of self-reflection.
You can read the full review in the May 1 issue of Kirkus.
Publishers Weekly reviewed Friends and Other Liars by Kaela Coble.
Riveting, assured debut... the revelations in the last half are genuinely surprising and satisfyingly devoid of pat solutions, but the real draw is the ensemble cast, which anchors this memorable novel.