“I’m telling everyone about Best Kept Secret. It’s the realistic and ultimately hopeful story of Cadence, whose glass of wine at the end of the day becomes two…then…three…then a bottle. I love that Cadence feels so familiar, she could be my neighbor, my friend, or even my sister.” -- Jennifer Weiner, #1 New York Times bestselling author

"Amy Hatvany grabs you from page one and doesn't let you go. I was transfixed by Cadence and her heart-wrenching dilemma. The writing is visceral, the problems are real, and there are no clear solutions. You  won't want to put it down."  -- Emily Giffin, New York Times bestselling author of Something Borrowed and Heart of the Matter

“Best Kept Secret is touching, hopeful, and so real.  Amy Hatvany writes with depth and compassion about a secret many have kept as she offers the miracle chance of starting over . . . I loved these characters and this novel.” —Luanne Rice, New York Times bestselling author of The Silver Boat

“Rarely do I find a book that stays with me long after I’ve finished it, but this is one. The honest portrayal of the fallible but oh-so-human Cadence hit me straight in the gut. The writing is warm, witty, thoughtful and heartbreaking, and that ending—I’m still thinking about it” —Stefanie Wilder-Taylor, author of Sippy Cups Are Not For Chardonnay

 “Best Kept Secret is one of the most compelling books I've read in years. This could be any woman's secret - be it your sister, your best friend, or the mother you see on the playground. Amy Hatvany's heartfelt, heartbreaking, and ultimately uplifting novel will start an important dialogue about the secrets we keep... and it could even save lives.” ~ Sarah Pekkanen, author of Opposite of Me and Skipping a Beat

“Haunting, hopeful, and beautifully written, BEST KEPT SECRET takes a brave and honest look at the slippery slope of addiction and the strength it takes to recover. I couldn't put this book down, and I can't stop thinking about it.” ~ Allie Larkin, author of Stay

"A love letter to women everywhere, who try and sometimes fail, but who always get back up again. Inspirational and empowering." ~ Rachael Brownell, author of Mommy Doesn’t Drink Here Anymore

 “This gripping novel probes the darker sides of motherhood and family secrets, and proves that redemption is never out of our reach. A captivatingly honest book that you won’t soon forget.”  —Lisa Tucker, author of Once Upon a Day and The Promised World

“A testament to the power of a mother’s love. Hatvany goes places in this novel that other, less courageous, writers might fear to tread. And I suspect this story will resonate with more women, more mothers, than this author might ever know.”  —T. Greenwood, author of The Hungry Season and This Glittering World

"A gripping story of pain, love and renewal, one that leaves you cheering for the imperfect heroine who in some ways represents us all." ~ Kaira  Rouda, author of Here, Home, Hope.

The Kind Of Love That Saves You

“A palpable love story, emotional search for and acceptance of a lost parent, and a bittersweet ending make for an enveloping, heartfelt read.”—Publishers Weekly

“There are no storybook perfect endings here, but this compelling novel raises the possibility of a hopeful way forward.” —The Seattle Times

“Will delight readers…vivid and written with a depth of feeling.” —Library Journal

"Like a gorgeous dark jewel, Hatvany’s exquisitely rendered novel explores the tragedy of a mind gone awry, a tangled bond of father and daughter, and the way hope and love sustain us. This novel does what the best fiction does: it makes us see and experience the world differently." Caroline Leavitt, New York Times bestselling author of Pictures of You

"This extraordinary novel about a woman's search for her lost father--and herself--touched me deeply. With her trademark insight and compassion for her characters, Amy Hatvany has written a beautiful and moving book. Were there Oscars for novels, Outside The Lines would sweep the categories." Melissa Senate, author of The Love Goddess' Cooking School

"Outside the Lines offers a fascinating look at the interior of a mental  illness—the exuberance and self-loathing, creativity and destruction that then reverberate against the lives of family and loved-ones. Hatvany’s storyline is compelling, weaving back and forth between father and daughter, patiently explaining as it asks all the important questions." – Juliette Fay, author of Shelter Me

"Outside the Lines is a tender and lovely novel that explores the boundaries of love and how we break those boundaries in its name. It's sad and funny, heartbreaking and heartwarming. You'll want to read this book slowly. When you're finished, you'll want to read it again." Rebecca Rasmussen, author of The Bird Sisters

The Language of Sisters

“The authenticity [of this story] is unmistakable; a tender and touching novel.” – The Seattle Times

"Skillfully describes the experience of living with and caring for a person with special needs." – Publisher’s Weekly 

"This debut novel could be insipid or sappy; it is neither. Sarah's messages to her unborn daughter are endearing and often hilarious, a fictionalized account of intense grief that may be as helpful as any study of the topic." – Booklist

“A startling and powerful novel filled with wonderful characters.” - Luanne Rice, author of CLOUD NINE and FOLLOW THE STARS HOME

"A great read and a great first effort.” – Greensboro News & Record

“Fans of Elizabeth Berg should enjoy this refreshing approach to a heartbreaking story.” – Barnes & Noble Guide to New Fiction

"Amy Yurk's first novel does wonderful justice to women and the bonds of friendship. ... Please don't miss this extraordinary piece of work." -- Rendezvous

 “Captivating and unforgettable…a stunning and well-deserved success.” – Romance Reviews Today