April New Reads Roundup

April showers bring… new book releases! As we embrace the warmth and renewal of spring, let’s also embrace the promise of fresh stories waiting to be discovered.

If the Tide Turns by Rachel Rueckert

Set during the Golden Age of Pirates and the shadowy aftermath of the Salem witch trials, this vivid literary debut is inspired by the captivating true story of real-life pirate Samuel Bellamy, combining high seas adventure, star-crossed longing, surprisingly timely questions about social justice and freedom, and the emotionally satisfying tale of one strong-willed young woman determined to choose her own path.

Pucking Wild by Emily Rath

In the latest spicy novel in the bestselling TikTok hockey romance series, age is just a number, size doesn’t matter, and love is love is love . . .

The Other Side of Disappearing by Kate Clayborn

From the acclaimed author of Georgie, All Along and Love Letteringa pitch-perfect, radiantly transporting love story about an unexpected road trip, true crime obsessions, and hard won vulnerability.

The Wild Side by Fern Michaels

A seemingly ordinary guidance counselor goes undercover as a high-class escort to bring down a dangerous network of ruthless and powerful men in the gripping new standalone page-turner from legendary, #1 international bestseller Fern Michaels. 

To Slip the Bonds of Earth by Amanda Flower

While not as famous as her older siblings Wilbur and Orville, the celebrated inventors of flight, Katharine Wright is equally inventive – especially when it comes to solving crimes – in USA Today bestselling author Amanda Flower’s radiant new historical mystery series inspired by the real sister of the Wright Brothers.