Category: Women’s Fic – Chick-lit


REVIEW: If You Don’t Know Me By Now by A.L. Michael
4th Jul / 2 Comments

REVIEW: If You Don’t Know Me By Now by A.L. Michael

If You Don’t Know Me By Now by A.L. Michael is an amusing read that many people can find themselves relating to. The characters will make you smile and peak your interest. Imogen moved from her home town to London, hoping to get a job as a writer. The only […]

REVIEW: It’s You by Jane Porter
20th May / 12 Comments

REVIEW: It’s You by Jane Porter

In It’s You by Jane Porter, Dentist Alison McAdams feels like she’s barely hanging on after the shocking loss of her fiance Andrew about a year ago. Couple that with losing her Mom six months later and having her father move into a retirement facility in Napa, and Ali is […]

REVIEW: The Guest Cottage by Nancy Thayer
14th May / 10 Comments

REVIEW: The Guest Cottage by Nancy Thayer

In The Guest Cottage by Nancy Thayer, Sophie Anderson’s well-ordered married life implodes when her husband suddenly announces he wants a divorce. And that he’s going to marry his younger assistant. So the mother of two takes advantage of a friend’s offer to rent a house on Nantucket for the […]

REVIEW: Set In Stone by Ros Baxter
6th May / 4 Comments

REVIEW: Set In Stone by Ros Baxter

Set In Stone by Ros Baxter: Lou decides to go home after twenty years for a school reunion with her friend Sharni. They make a deal. “One hour,’ she said, wishing they’d been able to get a plane out later in the evening. That would have been the safest bet. […]

REVIEW: Never Too Late by Robyn Carr
21st Apr / 12 Comments

REVIEW: Never Too Late by Robyn Carr

In Never Too Late by Robyn Carr, Clare Wilson’s life changes completely on one harrowing night. Her separation from her husband is glaringly obvious when she catches him with another woman. Again. And then she is in a terrible car wreck. Looking at months of recovery ahead, Clare begins the […]

REVIEW: French Coast by Anita Hughes
12th Apr / 6 Comments

REVIEW: French Coast by Anita Hughes

In French Coast by Anita Hughes, When Serena found out that she would have the chance to write the memoir of Yvette Renault, the retired editor of Vogue in France, it looked like her dreams were coming true. Work at the Vogue office in San Francisco was going well and […]

REVIEW: The Traveling Tea Shop by Belinda Jones
31st Mar / 2 Comments

REVIEW: The Traveling Tea Shop by Belinda Jones

The Traveling Tea Shop (LoveTravel #11) by Belinda Jones is the first book in this series and the first book that I have read by Belinda Jones. It is a book that makes me want to travel to all of the wonderful locations in the New England states, just to sample […]

REVIEW: The Day We Met by Rowan Coleman
30th Mar / 4 Comments

REVIEW: The Day We Met by Rowan Coleman

In The Day We Met by Rowan Coleman, Schoolteacher Claire Armstrong has always been full of life, curiosity, and a love for her two daughters that cannot be matched. Well, maybe only by the love she feels for her wonderful husband Greg. But as she begins to forget the small […]

REVIEW: One Fine Day by Teresa F. Morgan
13th Feb / 5 Comments

REVIEW: One Fine Day by Teresa F. Morgan

One Fine Day by Teresa F. Morgan: A new look, a Clark Kent type of personality, a hidden identity. Sounds a bit like a wacky movie plot, right? Perfect for an actor who needs some time and space.

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