"A joyful thing to behold. Set in Victorian England, this mystery gleefully overturns sexist norms and celebrates independent women of intellect, with Myrtle Hardcastle leading the charge."
—Booklist, starred review
"Humor and wit make the narrative sparkle, and, happily, Myrtle is as irrepressible as ever.”
If you're familiar with the Scholastic Book Clubs catalogues, then you've got a jump on the rest of us: You may have already gotten your hands on a copy of Suzanne Nelson's delicious trio of books: CAKE POP CRUSH, MACARONS AT MIDNIGHT, and HOT COCOA HOLIDAY. As you might imagine from the titles, these books are full of delicious treats, swoon-worthy moments, and enough romantic hijinks to keep a reader flipping the pages quick-as-you-please.
These books were first published as Scholastic Book Club originals, but after their wild success with readers, Scholastic has decided to give them a whole new life—in trade! CAKE POP CRUSH is newly out (not repped by EMLA), and today I'm delighted to announce that later this year, Suzanne Nelson's MACARONS AT MIDNIGHT and HOT COCOA KISS will be joining those titles on bookshelves everywhere, helmed by Scholastic editor Aimee Friedman.
Hooray for Suzanne, and happy reading (and eating), all!