The McAvoy Sisters Book of Secrets by Molly Fader is a sometimes tragic, yet compelling story about family dynamics, the destructive nature of some secrets and learning the value of forgiveness.
Category: Women’s Fic – Chick-lit
In Paper Chains: A Novel by Nicola Moriarty, Hannah and India met by chance in a gift shop in London, neither one knowing how dramatically their lives would change in the near future as a result of the friendship they strike up. Both women are hiding from dark secrets in […]
In Breathe In, Cash Out by Madeleine Henry, Allegra Cobb is nearing the end of her first two years as a bank analyst with Wall Street firm Anderson Shaw. And she can’t wait to get her final bonus so she can quit finance and start to focus on her real […]
In The Oysterville Sewing Circle by Susan Wiggs, Years ago when Caroline Shelby left her seaside hometown of Oysterville, Washington, she had big dreams of taking the fashion world by storm with her fabulous designs. It’s been a struggle, but she eventually begins to make a name for herself in […]
In Ellie and the Harpmaker by Hazel Prior, Dan Hollis is known as the Exmoor Harpmaker as he spends his days crafting the finest, most wonderful sounding harps to be found in England. His work and exploring the untamed countryside takes up most of his time, which is fine by […]
The Empty Nesters by Carolyn Brown is a heartwarming trip through a story that delights and gives the reader a comforting feeling of love and camaraderie. Three women who met as Army wives now have to face empty nests as their daughters all join the Army together. Joanie is happily […]
In Life and Other Inconveniences by Kristan Higgins, Emma London has come a long way from her days of being pregnant and barely eighteen, working nights and taking college courses whenever she could. She’s got her PhD now and is a therapist in Chicago. But most importantly, Emma is mom […]
In Love and Other Mistakes by Jessica Kate, seven years after her fiancé left town ten days before their wedding, taking her dreams with him, Natalie runs into Jeremy, who goes by Jem, in town with his nine-month-old baby. She wants nothing to do with him, but she needs a […]
In How to Hack a Heartbreak by Kristin Rockaway, Mel Strickland, and every woman she knows, is sick of the horrible world of dating. Take the Fluttr app for example. It seems like a good idea, getting to swipe when you see a hot guy’s picture, knowing he’s in NYC […]
Our Stop by Laura Jane Williams is a sweet, funny and laugh out loud story that will keep you hook from the first page to the last. It will make you think about the one that almost got away and near-misses that lead to true love in the end.