Category: Women’s Fic – Chick-lit


REVIEW: Bad Luck Bridesmaid by Alison Rose Greenberg
10th Jan / 1 Comment

REVIEW: Bad Luck Bridesmaid by Alison Rose Greenberg

Bad Luck Bridesmaid by Alison Rose Greenberg: Will you be my bridesmaid, is normally one of those happy moments between friends but for Zoey Marks this could not be further from the truth. After being in three failed wedding parties Zoey is left to question is she really a bad luck […]

REVIEW: A Reason for Hope by Kristin Von Kreisler
8th Jan / 0 Comments

REVIEW: A Reason for Hope by Kristin Von Kreisler

A Reason for Hope by Kristin Von Kreisler: I’ll start my review by saying this book should have a trigger warning. It deals with date rape, and while the act itself isn’t depicted, the events leading up to it and immediately following it, including the physical exam and dealing with the […]

REVIEW: The Ones We Keep by Bobbie Jean Huff
6th Jan / 0 Comments

REVIEW: The Ones We Keep by Bobbie Jean Huff

Tackling the broader issue of missing persons and people who disappear, The Ones We Keep by Bobbie Jean Huff  will challenge any reader whilst simultaneously posing some rhetorical questions about the nature of love and forgiveness.

REVIEW: Seoulmates by Jen Frederick
4th Jan / 2 Comments

REVIEW: Seoulmates by Jen Frederick

Seoulmates by Jen Frederick: Coming to Korea was supposed to help Hara find herself by reconnecting with her biological Korean family, however things just don’t seem to be going the way that Hara had expected. Starting with a new job at her Korean mothers company which only leaves her on the […]

REVIEW: On the Sweet Side by Audrey Carlan
1st Jan / 1 Comment

REVIEW: On the Sweet Side by Audrey Carlan

On the Sweet Side by Audrey Carlan: Finally finishing her master course to become a pastry chef alongside her bestie Jasper, Isabeau is horrified to find that the life she has been living is based on a solid lie when two gorgeous women come to her home emotionally strained and with […]

REVIEW: Hidden Treasures by Michelle Adams
31st Dec / 0 Comments

REVIEW: Hidden Treasures by Michelle Adams

Hidden Treasures by Michelle Adams: Having fallen in wild passionate love at 16 with Benoit, an Arts and artefacts dealer a good 15 years her senior whilst spending the summer in France with her Aunty, Frances returns to England with more than just a broken heart. Pregnant and protecting the Klinkosch […]

REVIEW: The Christmas Bookshop by Jenny Colgan
16th Dec / 4 Comments

REVIEW: The Christmas Bookshop by Jenny Colgan

In The Christmas Bookshop by Jenny Colgan, There’s been rumblings for what seems like years that the department store Carmen works for will be shut down for good. Yet every year they continue on somehow like normal. But this holiday season, the unthinkable happens: Carmen is suddenly unemployed when the […]

REVIEW: The Sunshine Club by Carolyn Brown
13th Dec / 2 Comments

REVIEW: The Sunshine Club by Carolyn Brown

The Sunshine Club by Carolyn Brown: Carolyn Brown’s heartwarming storyline will give you lots of warm and fuzzy good feelings and her homey humor will tickle your funny bone. The Sunshine Club consists of three women, Gussie Sadler, Ina Mae Garber and Blanche Ducaine. When they were ten-years-old they formed the […]

REVIEW: Christmas in Peachtree Bluff by Kristy Woodson Harvey
12th Dec / 0 Comments

REVIEW: Christmas in Peachtree Bluff by Kristy Woodson Harvey

In Christmas in Peachtree Bluff (Peachtree Bluff #4) by Kristy Woodson Harvey, With Thanksgiving barreling towards them and Christmas following right behind, Ansley knows she’s in for a chaotic holiday season. But she wouldn’t want it any other way. Having her three grown daughters and their families close means everything […]

REVIEW: Forgiving Paris by Karen Kingsbury
2nd Dec / 0 Comments

REVIEW: Forgiving Paris by Karen Kingsbury

In Forgiving Paris by Karen Kingsbury, When Ashley Baxter Blake was asked if she would like to have her paintings featured in her very own gallery showing in Paris, she knew it was the opportunity of a lifetime. Not only would she be proving to herself that she’s made it […]