Category: Women’s Fic – Chick-lit


REVIEW: Me and My Sisters by Sinéad Moriarty
4th Jun / 4 Comments

REVIEW: Me and My Sisters by Sinéad Moriarty

In Me and My Sisters by Sinéad Moriarty, Stay-at-home mums Julie and Sophie are sisters with very different lifestyles. Julie has triplet boys age four-and-a-half and another one-and-a-half year old boy who run her frantic day after day. And she and her loving husband Harry are constantly struggling to make […]

REVIEW: Monsters: A Love Story by Liz Kay
2nd Jun / 6 Comments

REVIEW: Monsters: A Love Story by Liz Kay

In Monsters: A Love Story by Liz Kay, Poet and widow Stacey Lane is a bit surprised when her book is optioned for a movie. Not only was it not a bestseller, but she finds out that Hollywood superstar Tommy DeMarco is the one who decided to turn it into […]

REVIEW: When We Were Sisters by Emilie Richards
1st Jun / 7 Comments

REVIEW: When We Were Sisters by Emilie Richards

In When We Were Sisters by Emilie Richards, Growing up in the foster care system would have been intolerable for Robin had it not been for Cecilia. They became closer with every trial and situation they conquered together, becoming sisters of the heart. These days, Robin is a stay-at-home mom […]

REVIEW: Stealing Jason Wilde: A Novel by Dee Ernst
23rd May / 3 Comments

REVIEW: Stealing Jason Wilde: A Novel by Dee Ernst

Stealing Jason Wilde: A Novel by Dee Ernst is an amazingly funny book about friends and the old adage, “What happens in Dune Harbor, stays in Dune Harbor”. This is about what happens when four women take there annual girls week in Dune Harbor, and end up having the adventure of […]

REVIEW: The Island House by Nancy Thayer
13th May / 8 Comments

REVIEW: The Island House by Nancy Thayer

In The Island House by Nancy Thayer, The island of Nantucket might not be Courtney’s ‘real’ home, she lives in the Midwest, but it is definitely one of her most favorite places to spend the summer. She’s been visiting the island and staying at the Vickerey’s huge house since she […]

REVIEW: Late Fall by Noelle Adams
16th Apr / 1 Comment

REVIEW: Late Fall by Noelle Adams

Late Fall by Noelle Adams: This is an wonderful woman’s fiction book about self examination. What happens when we get older, when we look back at our lives, what do we see, how did we live, what regrets do we have. What I really enjoyed about this book is that it […]

REVIEW: Where We Fall by Rochelle B. Weinstein
10th Apr / 1 Comment

REVIEW: Where We Fall by Rochelle B. Weinstein

Where We Fall by Rochelle B. Weinstein is the first book that I have read by this author. This is a woman’s fiction book that deals with depression, anxiety, and mental illness. It shows the toll that the illness takes on the family. This book is told from different points of […]

REVIEW: A Girl’s Guide to Moving on by Debbie Macomber
25th Feb / 4 Comments

REVIEW: A Girl’s Guide to Moving on by Debbie Macomber

In A Girl’s Guide to Moving on (New Beginnings #2) by Debbie Macomber, Nichole has watched what her mother-in-law Leanne has gone through with a cheating spouse for years. So when her own husband Jake, Leanne’s son, cheats on Nichole she knows the trust is gone and files for divorce, […]

REVIEW: The Friends We Keep by Susan Mallery
18th Feb / 12 Comments

REVIEW: The Friends We Keep by Susan Mallery

In The Friends We Keep (Mischief Bay #2) by Susan Mallery, Three friends in Mischief Bay, Gabby Schaefer, Hayley Batchelor and Nicole Lord, are about to have one of the craziest years of their lives. Thank goodness they have each other’s support as they fight their own battles and try […]

REVIEW: Fixer-Upper by Inés Saint
22nd Jan / 6 Comments

REVIEW: Fixer-Upper by Inés Saint

    Fixer-Upper by Inés Saint is the third book in the Spinning Hills series but can be read as a standalone. It all begins with a masquerade party. Two people get trapped in an elevator and form a connection. The only problem is, only one of them knows the […]

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