Confessions of a Shopaholic
by Sophie Kinsella
Becky Bloomwood has a fabulous flat in London's trendiest neighborhood, a troupe of glamorous socialite friends, and a closet brimming with the season's must-haves. The only trouble is that she can't actually afford it -- not any of it.
Good in Bed
by Jennifer Weiner
For twenty-eight years, things have been good for Cannie. Sure, her mother has come charging out of the closet, and her father has long since dropped out of her world. But she loves her friends, her rat terrier, and her job as pop culture reporter. She's even made peace with her plus-size body. Then she opens up a national magazine and sees the words "Loving a Larger Woman" above her ex-boyfriend's byline. Her self-esteem rocked, she embarks on what becomes a year-long journey of self-discovery.
Kiss Me If You Can
by Carly Phillips
Sam Cooper ("Coop") has just become the most eligible bachelor in New York City. Now that he has foiled a jewelry-store robbery and has been rewarded with the ring of his choice, single women all over the city are fawning over the crime reporter. But Coop isn't interested in the admirers sending racy underwear his way. His attention is centered solely on Lexie Davis, the only woman in the city who claims not to be interested in his bachelor status. Instead, free-spirited Lexie is interested in Coop's antique ring, and its potentially scandalous history in her family.
by Karen Templeton
Ginger Petrocelli didn't expect to be sitting in her tiny one-room apartment guzzling a hundred-dollar bottle of champagne. Not only did her fiance stand her up at the altar, but she's being questioned by a police detective as to his whereabouts. To top it off, the police detective also happens to be Ginger's first love.
Madame Mirabou's School of Love
by Barbara Samuel
Divorce is never easy, and fortysomething Nikki finds herself unwillingly thrust into a major identity crisis. She was happy being a housewife and mother in an upscale neighborhood of Colorado Springs and thought all was well until her husband takes off, and the family house blows up. As she slowly comes out of the fog of divorce, Nikki realizes she needs a job and a place to live, then has to face the clash with her old way of life.
Mine Are Spectacular
by Janice Kaplan
Three friends living in the wealthy New York suburb of Hadley Farms know they can count on each other through it all: pregnancy, affairs, ex-husbands, new fiances, and Botox.
by Adriana Trigiani
Brilliantly funny and as fanciful as flocked wallpaper, filled with glamorous locales from New Jersey to Europe, from Sunday Mass to the American Society of Interior Designers soiree at the Plaza Hotel, Rococo is Trigiani's masterpiece, a classic comedy with a heart of gold leaf.
by Leslie Carroll
When a Manhattan psychotherapist decides to offer pro bono counseling in her apartment building's laundry room, her lucky neighbors jump at the chance to wash away "the emotionally damaging detritus of their lives" while they wash away stains from their whites.
The Devil Wears Prada
by Lauren Weisberger
This deliciously witty and delightfully dishy novel depicts life at a glamorous fashion magazine, an empire ruled by a legendary editor whose sense of style is topped only by her sense of self-importance.
The Hot Flash Club
by Nancy Thayer
A wise, wonderful, and delightfully witty “coming of age” novel about four intrepid women who discover themselves as they were truly meant to be: passionate, alive, and ready to face the best years of their lives.
The Right Address
by Carrie Karasyov
In this unforgettable tour of the richer-and-bitchier-than-thou set, a flight attendant snares billionaire divorcee Arthur "the coffin king" Korn, and is catapulted into the creme de la creme of Park Avenue society.