Latinx Authors & Stories

The Spanish Daughter by Lorena Hughes

The Spanish Daughter
by Lorena Hughes

Inheriting a cocoa plantation in Vinces, Ecuador, that someone will kill for, Puri, after her husband is murdered, assumes his identity to search for the truth of her father’s legacy and learn the identity of the enemy who stands in her way of claiming her birthright

Olga Dies Dreaming by Xochitl Gonzalez

Olga Dies Dreaming
by Xochitl Gonzalez

It is 2017, and siblings Olga and Pedro Acevedo have made names for themselves in Brooklyn, NY. They’re successful and sought after. Olga meets Matteo, which forces her to confront her past, one that involves a mother who abandoned her and her brother. Now, their mother is coming barreling back into their lives.

A Ballad of Love and Glory by Reyna Grande

A Ballad of Love and Glory
by Reyna Grande

A Long Petal of the Sea meets Luis Alberto Urrea’s The House of Broken Angels in this epic historical romance about a Mexican woman and an Irish-American soldier who fall in love in the thick of the Mexican-American War.

Part of Your World by Abby Jimenez

Part of Your World
by Abby Jiminez

Alexis Montgomery is a doctor coming from a family of world-renowned surgeons. She’s tired of living their dreams and is about to start living for herself. Daniel Grant is a self-assured carpenter. Their very different worlds collide, yet when word of their relationship gets out, they’re not prepared for what happens next.

The Hacienda by Isabel Canas

The Hacienda
by Isabel Canas

Beatriz’s father is executed and her home destroyed during the overthrowing of the Mexican government, she marries Don Rodolfo Solórzano, despite the rumors about his first wife’s demise. Beatriz needs the security of a home. Yet, Hacienda San Isidro is not the sanctuary she thought it would be, and desperate for help, she calls upon the young and unordinary priest, Padre Andrés.

Trust by Hernan Diaz

Trust
by Hernan Diaz

Taking place in 1920s New York City, two sophisticated characters, one a Wall Street tycoon, the other the brilliant daughter of penniless aristocrats, come together.

The Wedding Crasher by Mia Sosa

The Wedding Crasher
by Mia Sosa

Crashing the wedding of complete strangers who don’t belong together, Solange agrees to be the former groom’s pretend girlfriend to make up for her interference, and as they fake date for the benefit of his colleagues, they form an undeniable connection.