Books by Amy Hatvany

IT HAPPENS ALL THE TIME by Amy Hatvany
FICTION & LITERATURE
Released: March 28, 2017

"With nuance and compassion for her characters, Hatvany reveals the fallout of the ultimate betrayal of trust."
A friendship is torn apart after the heartbreaking decisions of one tragic night. Read full book review >
SAFE WITH ME by Amy Hatvany
FICTION & LITERATURE
Released: March 4, 2014

"Readers might want to keep a box of tissues nearby."
A delicately crafted story by Hatvany (Heart Like Mine, 2013, etc.) about one mother who turns her loss into another mother's heartfelt gain, thanks to the miracle of organ transplantation. Read full book review >
HEART LIKE MINE by Amy Hatvany
Released: March 19, 2013

"An uplifting and heartwarming experience."
A work of fiction that reads like a collection of memoir pieces. Read full book review >
THE LANGUAGE OF SISTERS by Amy Hatvany
Released: July 31, 2012

"Readers who prefer fiction that provides much simpler resolutions than life ever does will like Hatvany's once-over-lightly approach just fine."
When her severely disabled sister becomes pregnant, Nicole Hunter must confront the family issues she fled 10 years earlier. Read full book review >
OUTSIDE THE LINES by Amy Hatvany
FICTION & LITERATURE
Released: Feb. 7, 2012

"Although plunged into devastating losses as well as great joy, Hatvany's characters suffer from a lack of emotional range and a predictable plot."
What if the best thing for an artist is to lose his creativity? What if the best thing for a father is to leave his family? What if the best thing for a little girl is to lose her father? Who decides what's best? Read full book review >
BEST KEPT SECRET by Amy Hatvany
FICTION & LITERATURE
Released: June 7, 2011

"With some unsettling descriptions of despair, Hatvany keeps this potentially harrowing story lighthearted and hopeful."
A divorced, alcoholic mother finds her way into a fairy tale in which the promise of her young son's love helps her defeat naysayers and overcome her demons, finally. Read full book review >