1. High Heels and High Jinks
Matilda works in publishing in a big city and she has lots of clever and well-connected friends but she can't find a husband! No, it's not that one again. Honestly!
2. The Yellowstone Chronicles
Ben takes a road trip with his charmingly quirky average middle-class parents and learns a lesson about the true meaning of family.
3. Grandma's Papadums
Ganesh learns that becoming American means learning to appreciate his immigrant family's rich Indian heritage.
4. Night Sweats
This dazzling stylistic tour de fource is set in a dystopic near-future AnyCity, America. A logorrheic serial killer is driven on a mysterious mission by a muddle of subplots involving literarily allusive and prophetic street people.
5. The Jane Austen Sells Anything Pie Club
Five strong female characters meet to make pies and talk about life and Jane Austen. One of them has an exotic fatal disease. They learn the true meaning of friendship.
6. Grandma's Pork Buns
Li learns that becoming American also means learning to appreciate her immigrant family's rich Chinese heritage.
7. Angels in the Corn
When her husband Jedediah dies in a gruesome farming accident Sarah, a strong female character, must raise the crops and her three children, Obadiah, Ezekiah, and Jeremiah, alone. A man with a mysterious past comes to town. He turns out to be an angel. A heartwarming tale about the true meaning of--oh, did I spoil it? Sorry.
Pearl, a simple girl, is raped, murdered, chopped up in pieces and thrown down an abandoned well every Saturday. By simple faith, humility, and hard work, she triumphs over her circumstances and eventually buys a small neat little house with a porch where she sits and shares her memories and her special homemade lemonade.
9. Girl With A Pomeranian Dog Collar
Hidden in this famous painting are clues to a 17th-century murder and a jewel robbery shrouded in international intrigue, solved by Elsie, the model, a strong female character and an artist in her own right.
10. Grandma's Tamales
Maria learns that becoming American means learning to appreciate her immigrant family's rich Mexican heritage.
11. Seasoned in Tuscany
An American couple buy and renovate a Tuscan villa, which leads to hilarious misadventures as they encounter the quaint old-world eccentricities of the local villagers who are a wacky assortment of English professors and food writers.
12. Gloria Has Had It Up To Here With These Men
Gloria, a senior vice president for marketing at a big corporation, has three men in her life--a brain surgeon, a jazz musician, and a tycoon--but none of them will commit. What's a girl to do?
Update: Added one of mine, and thanks kindly to monkey.dave in comments. If I've left out any others please post them.