Crazy Rich Asians

    • The Darlings
      Cristina Alger

      A sophisticated page-turner about a wealthy New York family embroiled in a financial scandal with cataclysmic consequences. Paul Ross accepts a job working on the legal team for his billionaire father-in-law's hedge fund and must determine where his loyalties ultimately lie when a huge scandal and a regulatory investigation threatens the family business.

    • Family Trust
      Kathy Wang

      Struggling to fulfill a terminally ill father's final bequest, a privileged Chinese-American family in Silicon Valley is forced to contend with the realities of their ambitions and actual desires.

    • The Garden Party
      Grace Dane Mazur

      Two wary Massachusetts families—one no-nonsense attorneys, the other impractical intellectuals—meet before the wedding that is supposed to unite them and share a single day of complicated fiascoes, miracles and unexpected eccentricities.

    • The High Season
      Judy Blundell

      Forced to rent out her family's beautiful seaside Long Island home every summer just so that they can afford to keep it, Ruthie is forced to go to extreme lengths to protect the life she loves in the wake of a suddenly estranged marriage, greedy co-workers who are threatening her job, the return of an old flame and her teen daughter's destructive relationship.

    • The Hopefuls
      Jennifer Close

      When Beth arrives in D.C., she hates everything about it. Soon Beth and her husband, Matt, meet a charismatic White House staffer named Jimmy, and his wife, Ashleigh, and the four become inseparable. But as Jimmy's star rises higher, the couples' friendship is threatened by jealousy and competition. A glorious send-up of young D.C. and an honest portrait of a marriage.

    • The Knockoff
      Lucy Sykes

      An outrageously stylish, wickedly funny novel of fashion in the digital age, The Knockoff is the story of Imogen Tate, editor in chief of Glossy magazine, who finds her former assistant Eve Morton plotting to knock Imogen off her pedestal, take over her job, and reduce the magazine into an app.

    • Number One Chinese Restaurant
      Lillian Li

      A working family that has built a busy life running a beloved Maryland Chinese restaurant is forced by youthful recklessness and a tragedy to confront interpersonal conflicts and the limits of what parents are willing to sacrifice for their children.

    • Rich and Pretty
      Rumaan Alam

      Forging a deep bond throughout their shared childhood, college years, first jobs and first loves, Sarah and Lauren experience secret envy and horror over aspects of each other's lives before the realities of their disparate responsibilities challenge them to retain their bond from increasingly distant perspectives.

    • Sarong Party Girls
      Cheryl Lu-Lien Tan

      On the edge of twenty-seven, Jazzy hatches a plan for her and her best girlfriends: Sher, Imo, and Fann. Before the year is out, these Sarong Party Girls will all have spectacular weddings to richang moh—Western expat—husbands, with Chanel babies (the cutest status symbols of all) quickly to follow. Razor-sharp, spunky, and vulgarly brand-obsessed, Jazzy is a determined woman who doesn't lose.

    • There's a Word for That
      Sloane Tanen

      A wildly flawed family comes together—in rehab, of all places—even as each member is on the verge of falling apart.

    • The Unfortunates
      Sophie McManus

      The story of a prominent New York family on the cusp of ruin in the face of a matriarch's wavering health; a bumbling son's scandalous opera; and a life of wealth and inheritance belonging to a bygone era.

    • The Wangs Vs. the World
      Jade Chang

      A wealthy but dysfunctional Chinese immigrant family has it all, only to lose every last cent. Mad at America, Wang, a brash but lovable immigrant businessman takes his family on a cross-country road trip that, despite a few harrowing twists and turns, eventually brings them back together again.

    • The Windfall
      Diksha Basu

      Moving to a wealthy community after the lucrative sale of their website, Mr. And Mrs. Jha, formerly of East Delhi, struggle with cultural changes while their son, studying in America, pursues romance and wonders how his parents' new status will affect his life choices.

    • What We Were Promised
      Lucy Tan

      Returning home to Shanghai after years of chasing the American dream, Wei Zhen and his newly wealthy family, including his wife, Lina, and their daughter, Karen, must each confront painful secrets and unfulfilled promises.