Category: Women’s Fic – Chick-lit


REVIEW: 15 Summer Later by RaeAnne Thayne
4th Jul / 8 Comments

REVIEW: 15 Summer Later by RaeAnne Thayne

15 Summer Later by RaeAnne Thayne: Madison Howell has gone through many years of healing after serious injuries 15 years ago. She skipped college and instead earned a vet tech certificate. She has worked with and become friends with the local veterinarian, Dr. Luke Gentry. Thanks to a bequeath and […]

REVIEW: Look on the Bright Side by Kristan Higgins
31st May / 8 Comments

REVIEW: Look on the Bright Side by Kristan Higgins

In Look on the Bright Side by Kristan Higgins, Dr. Larkby “Lark” Smith’s plan since childhood has been to excel in the oncology field. And now, as a medical resident, she should be well on her way to fulfilling that dream. Instead, she’s shipped off to the ER department with […]

REVIEW: Lies and Weddings by Kevin Kwan
21st May / 6 Comments

REVIEW: Lies and Weddings by Kevin Kwan

  In Lies and Weddings by Kevin Kwan, Rufus Leung Gresham has always known that even though he prefers to travel the world and work on his art, he’s in line to be the next Earl of Greshambury back in England. It’s not something he feels compelled to do–rather it […]

REVIEW: A Wedding In Lake Como by Jennifer Probst
17th May / 8 Comments

REVIEW: A Wedding In Lake Como by Jennifer Probst

A Wedding In Lake Como by Jennifer Probst: Maddie has felt alone forever. Her parents told her she was a “mistake” and had ruined their lives. While other little girls had parents that attended special events, hers never did. They told her once she graduated high school, she was on […]

REVIEW: Expiration Dates by Rebecca Serle
28th Mar / 6 Comments

REVIEW: Expiration Dates by Rebecca Serle

In Expiration Dates by Rebecca Serle, At thirty-three years old, Daphne Bell still isn’t sure if she should consider herself lucky or cursed when it comes to love. Because it seems the universe is giving her clear signs whenever she starts a new relationship by somehow finding a note or […]

REVIEW: How to Find Your Way Home
17th Mar / 6 Comments

REVIEW: How to Find Your Way Home

How to Find Your Way Home: The deep sibling bond between Stephen and Emily, whose mother Alicia believes she is entitled to a better life than the modest one they were living is tested when their perfect family is ripped apart by more than just their mother’s affair. Thus, when […]

REVIEW: No Land to Light On by Yara Zgheib
16th Mar / 6 Comments

REVIEW: No Land to Light On by Yara Zgheib

No Land to Light On by Yara Zgheib: When the President of the United States issued a travel ban from specific Arabic countries in the Middle East entering the US in 2017, Hadi, having only achieved refugee status from Syria 2 years prior is detained at the airport.

REVIEW: Picasso’s Lovers by Jeanne Mackin
12th Mar / 6 Comments

REVIEW: Picasso’s Lovers by Jeanne Mackin

Picasso’s Lovers by Jeanne Mackin: With a slight meandering opening, Picasso’s Lovers transports us to the earlier decades of the 20th century, wherein Alana, determined to use her writing talents despite the inherent gender prejudice of the time sets out on a journey of intrigue, relationships and artistic magic.

REVIEW: Principles of Emotion by Sara Read
29th Feb / 6 Comments

REVIEW: Principles of Emotion by Sara Read

Principles of Emotion by Sara Read: Leaving her academic life to care for her Grandmother, due, in part, to her debilitating anxiety, Meg eventually cracks the Mathematical problem – Frieholdt’s Conjecture; the impossible problem she has spent her entire life trying to solve the morning of her Grandmother’s funeral. And […]