Those looking for drama can turn to “A Well-behaved Woman by Therese Fowler, a novel about an outsider in the world of the Vanderbilts. 21-year-old Alva Smith has impeccable antecedents but no money. She sets her sights on railroad scion William K. Vanderbilt. Kirkus Reviews, which gave this story a starred review, found it “nothing short of mesmerizing.” In ‘The Dream Daughter” by Diane Chamberlain, a woman travels through time and save the life of her unborn child. In “The Next Person you meet in Heaven”, Mitch Album reunites a rescuer and the girl he saved in the great beyond. In “No time to Blink” by Dina Silver, Dina, a western woman marries a Lebanese businessman.