Category: Women’s Fic – Chick-lit


REVIEW: For All She Knows by Jamie Beck
17th Mar / 1 Comment

REVIEW: For All She Knows by Jamie Beck

For All She Knows by Jamie Beck: As both a stand alone and as the third book in the Potomac Point series, For All She knows presents an evolving moral dilemma that will squeeze any beating heart, and successfully highlight the very fine line between seeking justice and wanting revenge. As […]

REVIEW: The Restoration of Celia Fairchild
12th Mar / 0 Comments

REVIEW: The Restoration of Celia Fairchild

The Restoration of Celia Fairchild: Lace up your boots as you hit the drama ground running as The Restoration of Celia Fairchild cleverly launches itself by beginning toward the end of a life changing event, so we find ourselves immersed in tension from the very first chapter.

REVIEW: Good Eggs by Rebecca Hardiman
8th Mar / 0 Comments

REVIEW: Good Eggs by Rebecca Hardiman

Good Eggs by Rebecca Hardiman: Set in scenic Dublin, Good Eggs captures the quirky dry warmth of a tri-generational Irish family; their flaws, forgivenesses and failings whilst reminding us that unconditional love is the powerful conrnerstone that holds us together. Recently unemployed and tackling the day-to-day realities of being a stay-at-home […]

REVIEW: The Vineyard at Painted Moon by Susan Mallery
25th Feb / 2 Comments

REVIEW: The Vineyard at Painted Moon by Susan Mallery

In The Vineyard at Painted Moon by Susan Mallery, Head winemaker Mackenzie Dienes has spent the last decade and a half since graduating college at Bel Apres, her husband Rhys’s family’s winery. Working her way up the ladder, she’s proud of the job she’s done. And Mackenzie counts her blessings […]

REVIEW: Serena Singh Flips the Script by Sonya Lalli
19th Feb / 1 Comment

REVIEW: Serena Singh Flips the Script by Sonya Lalli

Serena Singh Flips the Script by Sonya Lalli: At the age of 36 Serena is living her best life, she is confident with herself and has a kickass new job in Washington, so she is unable to understand why her mother keeps putting so much of focus on settling down.

REVIEW: Confessions of a Curious Bookseller by Elizabeth Green
12th Feb / 0 Comments

REVIEW: Confessions of a Curious Bookseller by Elizabeth Green

Confessions of a Curious Bookseller by Elizabeth Green: As a result of spending her childhood working in her fathers general store, Fawn Birchill, proud owner of the Curious Cat Emporium bookstore, has spent the last 20 years resenting her father and family whilst unknowingly pitting her successes against his previous […]

REVIEW: The Love Proof by Madeleine Henry
11th Feb / 0 Comments

REVIEW: The Love Proof by Madeleine Henry

The Love Proof by Madeleine Henry: Like a profound Greek Tragedy, The Love Proof is exquisite and acutely breathtaking – the type of book that will pluck chords in your soul and leave you with a belly full of catharsis. Our beautiful central character Sophie is a genius, who for all […]

REVIEW: Housewife Chronicles by Jennifer Snow
25th Jan / 0 Comments

REVIEW: Housewife Chronicles by Jennifer Snow

Housewife Chronicles by Jennifer Snow: Beth Cartwright is a stay-at-home mom raising two teenage kids and making and selling pottery as a hobby. She is also a widow whose husband, Harold, had an affair with the younger yoga instructor, Gina Thompson, who lives next door.

REVIEW: Pretending by Holly Bourne
23rd Jan / 0 Comments

REVIEW: Pretending by Holly Bourne

Pretending by Holly Bourne: A London summer sits as a crucial metaphor and ongoing subtextual placemat to present a read that at no juncture pretends it’s about tea and biscuits, or a chilly curl-up-on-the-couch with a blanky type Happily Ever After.