An edgy, feminist campus novel about justice, gender, and power, following a woman who enrolls in law school and competes her way into an elite “Law and Literature” cohort to get revenge on the charismatic professor who wronged her sister.
Mrs. King is no ordinary housekeeper. Born into a world of con artists and thieves, she’s made herself respectable, running the grandest home in Mayfair. The place is packed with treasures, a glittering symbol of wealth and power, but dark secrets lurk in the shadows. When Mrs. King is suddenly dismissed from her position, she recruits an eclectic group of women to join her in revenge…Their plan? On the night of the house’s highly anticipated ball—set to be the most illustrious of the year—they will rob it of its every possession, right under the noses of the distinguished guests and their elusive heiress host. But there’s one thing Mrs. King wants even more than money: the truth. And she’ll run any risk to get it—after all, one should never underestimate the women below stairs.
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When a new home owner realizes her emergency contractor is her horrible ex’s best friend, it’s nothing compared to the shock of finding a divorce decree hidden in the wall—with their names on it and dated ten years in the future. With echoes of Rebecca Searle’s In Five Years and Tessa Bailey’s Fix Her Up, New York Times bestselling author Kylie Scott’s rom com debut is a whimsical delight.
A stunning and witty debut novel about a young woman’s emotional journey through unimaginable loss, pulled along by her tight-knit Nigerian family, a posse of new friends, and the love and laughter she shared with her husband. Onyi Nwabineli is a fresh new voice for fans of Yaa Gyasi, Queenie and I May Destroy You.