From the #1 New York Times bestselling author of the Crossfire® saga comes the conclusion of a tale of three women fighting to outrun their pasts—one for love, one for power and one for revenge.
The one you believe isn’t always the one you can trust.
Lily Black was presumed dead for years. Now she’s returned to the unquestioning arms of her loving husband, Kane. Where she’s been is a mystery, but the deadly danger she’s brought with her is manifest to all.
Aliyah, Kane’s mother, has worked hard to position herself in power. No one escapes her bitter ambition, not her children and certainly not a woman who may not be who she claims.
Amy, Kane’s sister-in-law, has been a pawn throughout the dangerous games the family plays. She’s beginning to grasp the rules, though, and won’t stop until all the pieces on the board have toppled.
The “dangerous and sultry” Blackist duology comes to its riveting end with the trademark emotional intensity, scorching sensuality, and propulsive storytelling that are the hallmarks of multimillion-copy international bestseller Sylvia Day.
Set in a Lower East Side tenement in the early days of the COVID-19 lockdowns, Fourteen Days is a surprising and irresistibly propulsive novel with an unusual twist: each character in this diverse, eccentric cast of New York neighbors has been secretly written by a different, major literary voice.
One week into the COVID-19 shutdown, tenants of a Lower East Side apartment building in Manhattan have begun to gather on the rooftop and tell stories. With each passing night, more and more neighbors gather, bringing chairs and milk crates and overturned pails. Gradually the tenants—some of whom have barely spoken to each other—become real neighbors. In this Decameron-like serial novel, general editor Margaret Atwood, Authors Guild president Douglas Preston, and a star-studded list of contributors create a beautiful ode to the people who couldn’t get away from the city when the pandemic hit. A dazzling, heartwarming collection, Fourteen Days reveals how beneath the horrible loss and suffering, some communities managed to become stronger.
Includes writing from:
Margaret Atwood, Douglas Preston, Celeste Ng, Emma Donoghue, Dave Eggers, John Grisham, Diana Gabaldon, Ishmael Reed, Meg Wolitzer, Luis Alberto Urrea, James Shapiro, Sylvia Day, Mary Pope Osborne, Monique Truong, Hampton Sides, R. L. Stine, R. O. Kwon, David Byrne, Louise Erdrich, Neil Gaiman, Rachel Kushner, Candace Bushnell, Nora Roberts, Scott Turow, Tommy Orange, and more!