Searching for: "Erin Bennett"

  • E. G. Scott

    An impossible-to-put-down domestic thriller about secrets and revenge, told from the perspectives of a husband and wife who are the most perfect, and the most dangerous, match for each other   Rebecca didn’t know love was possible until she met Paul, a successful, charismatic, married man with a past as dark as her own. Their pain drew them together with an irresistible magnetism; they sensed that they were each other’s ideal (and perhaps only) match.   But twenty years later, Paul and Rebecca are drowning as the damage and secrets that ignited their love begin to consume their marriage. Paul is cheating on Rebecca, and his affair gets messy fast. His mistress...read more

  • Karen Cleveland

    Penguin presents the audiobook edition of Keep You Close written by Karen Cleveland, read by Erin Bennett. A strange sensation runs through me, a feeling that I don't know this person in front of me, even though he matters more to me than anyone ever has, than anyone ever will. You go into your son's bedroom. It's the usual mess. You tidy up some dirty plates, pick up some clothes, open the wardrobe to put them away. That's when you find it. And you realize a horrifying truth... Your own son might be dangerous. Keep You Close is the chilling, relentless new thriller from the bestselling author of Need to...read more

  • Nina Teicholz

    Dish up the red meat, eggs, and whole milk! In this well-researched and captivating narrative, veteran food writer Nina Teicholz proveshow everything we've been told about fat is wrong. For decades, Americans have cut back on red meat and dairyproducts full of "bad" saturated fats. We obediently complied with nutritionalguidelines to eat "heart healthy" fats found in olive oil, fish, and nuts, andfollowed a Mediterranean diet heavy on fruits, vegetables, and grains. Yet thenation's health has declined. What is going on? In The Big Fat Surprise, Teicholz reveals how sixtyyears of nutrition science has gotten it so wrong: how overzealous researchershave made basic scientific mistakes that,...read more

  • Ellen Hawley

    The Divorce Dietis a novel that should be dedicated to every woman who ever walked away from aman-or a diet. It's bitingly funny andinsightful, while celebrating food and self-discovery-just don't read itwhile you're hungry. It's perfect forfans of Julie and Julia and Eat, Pray, Love. Abigail loves her baby Rosie, her husband Thad, and food.She takes great joy and comfort in concocting culinary delights to show thedepth of her love and commitment to her family. Imagine her surprise when Thadannounces, "this whole marriage thing ... just doesn't work for me." Abigailcan't believe he really means what he's said, but he does. Abigail and Rosiemove back in to her parents' house, where she...read more

  • Amy L. Sherman

    Amy Sherman unpacks Proverbs 11:10--"When the righteous prosper, the city rejoices"--to develop a theology and program of vocational stewardship. Here is practical help for churches, ministries and other faith communities to navigate the complex process of following Jesus in those places where we happen to...read more

  • Sharon Garlough Brown

    Sharon Garlough Brown tells the moving story of four strangers as they reluctantly arrive at a retreat center and find themselves drawn out of their separate stories of isolation and struggle and into a collective journey of spiritual practice, mutual support and personal...read more

  • Catherine Price

    Vitamaniaisthe startling story of America's devotion to vitamins-and how it keeps us fromgood health. Health-conscious Americans seek out vitamins any waythey can, whether in a morning glass of orange juice, a piece ofvitamin-enriched bread, or a daily multivitamin. We believe that vitamins arealways beneficial and that the more we can get, the better-yet despite thisfamiliarity, few of us could explain what vitamins actually are. Instead, weoutsource our questions to experts and interpret "vitamin" as shorthand for"health." What we don't realize is that the experts themselvesare surprisingly short on answers. Yes, we need vitamins; without them, wewould die. Yet despite a century of...read more

  • Holly Bailey

    "The Mercy of the Sky is the harrowing inside account of Oklahoma’s deadliest tornado, penned by a local writer who became a national correspondent. Oklahomans have long been known for their fatalism and grit, but even old-timers are troubled by the twisters that are devastating the state with increasing frequency. On May 20, 2013, the worst tornado on record landed a direct hit on the small town of Moore, destroying two schools while the children cowered inside. Oklahoma native Holly Bailey grew up dreaming of becoming a storm chaser. Instead she became Newsweek’s youngest-ever White House correspondent, traveling to war zones with Presidents Bush and Obama. When Moore was hit,...read more

  • Kate Harding

    From Congressman Todd Akin’s “legitimate rape” gaffe to the high school rapists of Steubenville, Ohio, to the furor at Vanderbilt, sexual violence has been so prominent in recent years that the feminist term “rape culture” has finally entered the mainstream. But what, exactly, is it? And how do we change it? In Asking for It, Kate Harding answers those questions in the same blunt, no-nonsense voice that has made her a powerhouse feminist blogger. Combining in-depth research with practical knowledge, Asking for It makes the case that twenty-first-century America—where it’s estimated that out of every one hundred rapes only five result in felony convictions—supports rapists...read more

  • Julie Halpern

    Julie Halpern's Maternity Leave tells the profane, profound and just plain funny story of a professional woman who thinks she's ready for a baby but her maternity leave proves otherwise. Thirty six year old Annie Schwartz-Jensen is a middle school teacher on maternity leave-a time she imagined as uninterrupted, blissful bonding with her baby. Instead she is dealing with her body leaking from every possible orifice, a baby who won't sleep, a husband who still wants to have sex with her (is he nuts??), single friends who are clueless, and a mother who picked now to take a vacation. The only people who REALLY understand Annie are the wonderful people she spends sleepless nights with on...read more

  • Sharon Garlough Brown

    The women from Sensible Shoes are taking their next steps in the spiritual formation journey. But each of them is finding roadblocks along the way. Meg, a widow and recent empty-nester, is off to see her daughter in London. But what does hope look like when nothing goes as planned? Charissa, a conscientious graduate student, is battling to let go of control and embrace her unexpected pregnancy. But what does hope look like when transformation is slow? Hannah, a pastor on sabbatical, is trying to find her equilibrium with rest and a new relationship. But what does hope look like when old grief keeps resurfacing? Mara, a wife and mother, longs for her difficult family life to improve. But...read more

  • Dr. Kellyann Petrucci

    Centered on the newest health craze, Dr. Kellyann's Bone Broth Diet is a twenty-one-day plan to lose up to twenty pounds and see fewer wrinkles. The New York Times says it "ranks with green juice and coconut water as the next magic potion in the eternal quest for perfect health." ABC News calls it "the new juice craze." Celebrities like Gwyneth Paltrow and Kobe Bryant are hooked on it. It's bone broth-and it's the core of Dr. Kellyann's Bone Broth Diet. Naturopathic physician and weight-loss specialist Kellyann Petrucci knows the healing power of bone broth. The cornerstone of her booming health practice (as well as so many family recipes), bone broth is packed with fat-burning,...read more

  • Robyn Doolittle

    His drug- and alcohol-fueled antics made world headlines and engulfed a city in unprecedented controversy. Toronto mayor Rob Ford's personal and political troubles have occupied center stage in North America's fourth-largest city since news broke that drug dealers were selling a videotape of Ford appearing to smoke crack cocaine. Reporter Robyn Doolittle was one of three journalists to view the video and report on its contents in May 2013. Her dogged pursuit of the story has uncovered disturbing details about the mayor's past and embroiled the Toronto police, city councillors, and ordinary citizens in a raucous debate about the future of the city. Even before those explosive events, Ford...read more

  • Lauren Imparato

    Practical health and wellness strategies from Laura Imparato, creator of the I.AM.YOU yoga studio Rest to rage. Meditate to work. Cleanse to get dirty. Enough preaching about self-deprivation. No more striving for bodily purity. Who has the patience-or the time!-for strict dietary restrictions and hours of meditation? Let's get real; these tactics just don't work-at least not for long. But that doesn't mean health and happiness are unobtainable. Most often you just need an anxiety buster you can do while running down the street, a yoga pose you can do at your desk, or a way to debloat what feels like an alien baby in your abdomen. Retox isn't about changing who you are or denying life's...read more

  • Lisa Beazley

    Two sisters share the surprising highs and cringe-worthy lows of social media fame, when their most private thoughts become incredibly public in this fresh and funny debut novel. Sisters Cassie and Sid Sunday have not done a bang-up job of keeping in touch. In their defense, it hasn't been easy: life veered in sharply different directions for the once-close sisters. Today, beautiful and big-hearted Sid lives an expat's life of leisure in far-off Singapore, while harried, iPhone-clutching Cassie can't seem to make it work as a wife and mom to twin toddlers in Manhattan. It doesn't help that Sid spurns all social media while Cassie is addicted to Facebook. So when Sid issues a challenge to...read more

  • Marianne Schnall

    Featuring conversations with more than twenty leading politicians, writers, artists, and activists, this book is expert interviewer Marianne Schnall’s examination of why America has not yet elected a female president—and how this might change. “I would love for my younger fans to read What Will It Take to Make a Woman President? by Marianne Schnall. It’s a collection of interviews and essays by great women, including Maya Angelou, Gloria Steinem, and Melissa Etheridge. They will inspire you to become a better...read more

  • Gail Herman

    After breaking or tying more than sixty records in hockey, it's no wonder that Wayne Gretzky is known as 'The Great One.' Born in Brantford, Ontario, on January 26, 1961, in a nation obsessed with the sport, he threw himself into the game practically from the time he first laced up a pair of skates. When he retired from the NHL in 1999, he had led several teams to Stanley Cup victories, competed in the Olympics, and changed the way hockey was played forever. Known for his love for family and as a truly decent human being, Wayne Gretzky is revealed as more than a sports legend in this easy-to-read...read more

  • James Patterson

    James Patterson’s BookShots. Short, fast-paced, high-impact entertainment. Her second chance at love... Chelsea O'Kane escapes to Maine with fresh bruises. She's ready to begin anew – until she runs into her old flame, Jeremy Holland. As he helps fix up her inn, her heart heals and they rediscover what they once loved about each other. But as the two play house, it starts to seem too good to...read more

  • Dr Carin Bondar

    A brilliantly engaging guide to the reproductive habits of creatures great and small, based on the author's popular web series Wild Sex, which has received over fourteen million views Birds do it, bees do it?every member of the animal kingdom does it, from fruit flies to blue whales. But if you think humans have a tough time dating, try having to do it while being hunted down by predators against a backdrop of unpredictable and life-threatening conditions. The animal kingdom is a wild place-and it's got mating habits to match. The sex lives of our animal cousins are fiendishly difficult, infinitely varied, often incredibly violent-and absolutely fascinating. In Wild Sex, Dr. Carin...read more

  • Sarah Domet

    “A first novel whose tone echoes that of Jeffrey Eugenides’s The Virgin Suicides…This phenomenal, character-driven story is mesmerizing.” --Library Journal (starred review) To four girls who have nothing, their friendship is everything: they are each other’s confidants, teachers, and family. The girls are all named Guinevere—Vere, Gwen, Ginny, and Win—and it is the surprise of finding another Guinevere in their midst that first brings them together. They come to The Sisters of the Supreme Adoration convent by different paths, delivered by their families, each with her own complicated, heartbreaking story that she safeguards. Gwen is all Hollywood glamour and swagger; Ginny...read more