Books by Megan Crane

I was born in Houston, TX. I have been informed that this means that when (not if) Texas secedes from the Union, I can live there. I grew up in New Jersey. I never bore even a passing resemblance to Stephanie Plum or any character from the Sopranos. I


NAMES MY SISTERS CALL ME by Megan Crane
FICTION & LITERATURE
Released: April 11, 2008

"An inviting take on universal themes."
Crane (Frenemies, 2007, etc.) explores a woman's discoveries about sisterly love, first love and true love. Read full book review >
FRENEMIES by Megan Crane
FICTION & LITERATURE
Released: June 20, 2007

"An unfocused, unamusing story with an unappealing heroine."
About to turn 30, Bostonian Augusta "Gus" Curtis is determined to have a great job, great friends and the perfect man when she hits that daunting milestone. Read full book review >
EVERYONE ELSE’S GIRL by Megan Crane
FICTION & LITERATURE
Released: Oct. 21, 2005

"Amusing, heartfelt and emotionally sophisticated chick-lit."
The dreaded move back home offers an opportunity for personal reinvention in this agreeable tale. Read full book review >