In the latest edition of the Lonely Hearts Book Club, we find reads sure to get you off the couch and back in the groove.
Reads you need when the cushion of lifelong friendship feels a bit lumpy.
For a lady who isn't all she seems—and for the rest of us who may not be either—Lonely Hearts Book Club pulls a little poetic bait and switch.
Put your jealousy in a doggie bag and chew on these suggestions from the Lonely Hearts Book Club team.
For those of you not so enamored of the outdoors, let us suggest a reading list with a pastoral motif and a Mother Nature flavor.
Lonely Hearts Book Club tackles the highs and very decided lows of the female sibling relationship.
Too busy multitasking to settle in for a long read? How about some short-story suggestions just perfect for those fleeting minutes before sleep.
This month Mack & Kaufman respond to a request for romantic getaways to far-off lands, some imaginary, others real.
This month's suggestions focus on family dysfunction and the books that can provide solace and amusement.
This month: Reads to get the woebegone
woman going again.
"I’ve been dating this man for three years, and he still won’t commit. Okay, the truth is he’s married to someone else." Is there a band-aid for this pain? You'd be surprised where relief can be found...
Salvation for a love gone wrong doesn't always have to be revenge. Sometimes a good hard read is all ya need.
Melissa in Brentwood wonders if she should stand by her man. The answer? Remedies in the written word include Lady Chatterley's Lover and The Portrait of a Lady.
Jack S. in Beverly Hills is looking for a smart and sexy read. The answer? Remedies in the written word include Tom Wolfe, T.C. Boyle, John McPhee, Tobias Wolff and Roberto Bolaño.