Category: Women’s Fic – Chick-lit


REVIEW: The Bookish Life of Nina Hill by Abbi Waxman
10th Jul / 4 Comments

REVIEW: The Bookish Life of Nina Hill by Abbi Waxman

The Bookish Life of Nina Hill by Abbi Waxman Nina believes she’s living her best life between working at the neighborhood bookstore, running book clubs, her trivia team, and her cat, Phil. She’s more comfortable with fictional characters and worlds than she is with people where she’s awkward, anxious, and […]

REVIEW: Under Currents by Nora Roberts
8th Jul / 8 Comments

REVIEW: Under Currents by Nora Roberts

In Under Currents by Nora Roberts, Zane Bigelow’s home life while growing up in the swanky part of his North Carolina hometown was nothing like it seemed on the surface. The fancy house, the expensive cars, the perfect doctor with his perfect children and housewife–it was all a lie. Because […]

REVIEW: Don’t You Forget About Me by Mhairi McFarlane
4th Jul / 6 Comments

REVIEW: Don’t You Forget About Me by Mhairi McFarlane

In Don’t You Forget About Me by Mhairi McFarlane , At thirty years old, you would think that Georgina Horspool would have found her niche by now. Unless you count waitressing at crappy bars and restaurants her calling, considering she had dreams while in school of becoming a writer. She […]

REVIEW: Crashing the A-List by Summer Heacock
1st Jul / 2 Comments

REVIEW: Crashing the A-List by Summer Heacock

In Crashing the A-List by Summer Heacock Clara Montgomery has come to the realization that unemployment doesn’t suit her well. At all. She’d rather be stressed out to the point of a nervous breakdown as long as it means she’d still have her editor job at a NYC publishing house. […]

REVIEW: It’s Not You It’s Him by Sophie Ranald
1st Jul / 1 Comment

REVIEW: It’s Not You It’s Him by Sophie Ranald

It’s Not You It’s Him by Sophie Ranald: Tansy may have made a new life for herself in London and working as a fashion buyer, but she can’t quite leave her past, baggage, and family behind. She’s persistent, determined, and always willing to help her family. It’s a new year and […]

REVIEW: Teach Me by Olivia Dade
29th Jun / 4 Comments

REVIEW: Teach Me by Olivia Dade

Teach Me by Olivia Dade  is the first story in her new romantic comedy series set in the fictional town of Marysburg, with everyday people taking a chance on love. For Rose Owens, teaching world history at Marysburg high school is the joy in her life that keeps her going after […]

REVIEW: The Cactus by Sarah Haywood
25th Jun / 6 Comments

REVIEW: The Cactus by Sarah Haywood

In The Cactus by Sarah Haywood, Susan Green doesn’t recall a time when she didn’t like things orderly and tightly controlled. And particularly after her rather tumultuous childhood, she revels in her pragmatic ways as an adult. From her sensible job as an actuary to her long-time apartment and even […]

REVIEW: The Summer of Sunshine and Margot by Susan Mallery
19th Jun / 12 Comments

REVIEW: The Summer of Sunshine and Margot by Susan Mallery

In The Summer of Sunshine and Margot by Susan Mallery, Margot Baxter has a unique job that suits her uber organized tendencies well. Teaching her clients the finer points of etiquette and how to act in any given situation is rewarding and at times challenging. Margot has a feeling working […]

REVIEW: Sisters of Summer’s End by Lori Foster
18th Jun / 12 Comments

REVIEW: Sisters of Summer’s End by Lori Foster

In Sisters of Summer’s End (Summer Resort #2) by Lori Foster, After a rocky start when she became a single mom almost six years ago, Joy Lee has found an inner strength she never knew she had. But she gladly left behind her well-off family who disowned her to make […]

REVIEW: The Plus One by Sophia Money-Coutts
13th Jun / 8 Comments

REVIEW: The Plus One by Sophia Money-Coutts

In The Plus One by Sophia Money-Coutts, Polly Spencer is one of those women you see at weddings without a date, just trying to fit in among a world full of couples. And typically it doesn’t bother her. When it comes time for her best friend to get married, though? […]