• Dominicana

    By Angie Cruz (Fic Cruz)

    Draws on the author's mother's story in a tale set in a turbulent 1960s Dominican Republic, where a young teen agrees to marry a man twice her age to help her family's immigration to America.

  • My Time to Speak: Reclaiming Ancestry and Confronting Race

    By Ilia Caldernón (B Cald)

    An inspiring, timely, and conversation-starting memoir from the barrier-breaking and Emmy Award-winning journalist Ilia Calderon - the first Afro-Latina to anchor a high-profile newscast for a major Hispanic broadcast network in the United States -about following your dreams, overcoming prejudice, and embracing your identity.

  • Olga Dies Dreaming

    By Xochitl Gonzalex (Fic Gonz, PLAY Gonz, CD Fic Gonz, Q Gonz)

    In the wake of Hurricane Maria, Olga, the tony wedding planner for Manhattan’s power brokers, must confront the effects of long-held family secrets when she falls in love with Matteo, while other family members must weather their own storms.

  • A Ballad of Love and Glory

    By Reyna Grande (Fic Gran, CD Fic Gran)

    Widowed by the Texas Rangers in the fight over the disputed Rio Grande boundary, a Mexican woman, skilled at healing, joins the Mexican army and falls in love with a Yankee deserter.

  • Neruda on the Park

    By Cleyvis Natera (Fic Nate, Q Nate)

    When demolition begins on a neighboring tenement, Eusebia, takes matters into her own hands  to stop construction of the luxury condos. Meanwhile, Eusebia’s daughter, Luz, becomes distracted by a sweltering romance with the handsome white developer at the company her mother so vehemently opposes. Mother and daughter collide, ramping up tensions in Nothar Park, racing toward a near-fatal climax.

  • The Devil Takes You Home

    By Gabino Iglesias (Fic Igle)

    Agreeing to one final job -- hijacking a cartel's cash shipment before it reaches Mexico, hitman Mario, to salvage what's left of his family, travels across the border and back with two other men whose hidden motivations are laid bare alongside nightmarish encounters that defy explanation.

  • The Queen of the Cicadas

    By V. Castro (Fic Cast)

    2018 - Belinda Alvarez has returned to Texas for the wedding of her best friend Veronica. The farm is the site of the urban legend, La Reina de Las Chicharras - The Queen of The Cicadas. In 1950s south Texas a farmworker, Milagros from San Luis Potosi, Mexico, is murdered. Her death is ignored by the town, but not the Aztec goddess of death, Mictecacíhuatl. The goddess hears the dying cries of Milagros and creates a plan for both to be physically reborn by feeding on vengeance and worship. Belinda and the new owner of the farmhouse - Hector, find themselves immersed in the legend and realize it is part of their fate as well.

  • American Orphan

    By Jimmy Santiago Baca (Fic Baca)

    This picaresque novel by acclaimed writer Jimmy Santiago Baca follows Orlando Lucero after he is released from a lifetime of imprisonment, first in an orphanage and then in prison, and learns to live on the outside, ultimately finding his way as a writer and artist.

  • Every Day We Get More Illegal

    By Juan Felipe Herrera (811.54 Herr)

    In this collection of poems, written during and immediately after two years on the road as United States Poet Laureate, Juan Felipe Herrera reports back on his travels through contemporary America. Every Day We Get More Illegal is a jolt to the conscience-filled with the multiple powers of the many voices and many textures of every day in America.

  • Abuela in Shadow, Abuela in Light

    By Rigoberto González (B Gonz)

    Standing over two graves, Rigoberto Gonzalez studies the names "Ramon" and "Maria" under the family name "Gonzalez." "She was Maria Carrillo, not Maria Gonzalez," he thinks. His grandmother is missing. So begins Gonzalez's memoir, a journey to recover a more complete picture of his grandmother, who raised him following his mother's death.

  • The Inheritance of Orquídea Divina

    By Zoraida Córdova (Fic Cord, Q Cord)

    Seven years after their matriarch Orquidea passed away, blessing them with her special gifts, the Montoya family journeys to Ecuador to uncover the truth behind their inheritance to stop a hidden figure from killing off Orquidea’s line one-by-one.

  • You Had Me at Hola

    By Alexis Daria (Fic Dari)

    Rendered the subject of tabloid gossip by a messy public breakup, soap star Jasmine takes a part in a new bilingual comedy at the side of a telenovela costar who would revitalize his career.

  • The Hacienda

    By Isabel Cañas (Fic Caña)

    In the aftermath of the Mexican War of Independence and the execution of her father, Beatriz accepts Don Rodolfo Solorzano's proposal of marriage and is whisked away to his remote country estate where she is faced with a malevolent presence linked to his first wife's death.

  • Violeta

    By Isabel Allende (Fic Alle, SPA Fic Alle, CD Fic Alle, Q Alle, PLAY Fic Alle)

    Living out her days in a remote part of her South American homeland, Violeta finds her life shaped by some of the most important events of history as she tells her story in the form of a letter to someone she loves above all others.

  • Part of Your World

    By Abby Jimenez (Fic Jime)

    ER doctor Alexis Montgomery's world is turned upside down by a ridiculously hot carpenter who's ten years younger, and as their short-term flings turns into a relationship, she must choose between her ultra-wealthy parents and true love.