Category: Women’s Fic – Chick-lit


REVIEW: Winter Cottage by Mary Ellen Taylor
6th Jan / 3 Comments

REVIEW: Winter Cottage by Mary Ellen Taylor

Winter Cottage by Mary Ellen Taylor: Masterfully constructed tale! As she lay dying from cancer, Beth Kincaid begged her daughter, Lucy, to spread her ashes in Virginia. She couldn’t explain why, but she was insistent. After she passed away, Lucy discovered she has inherited a house located in her mother’s hometown. […]

REVIEW: Before We Were Strangers by Brenda Novak
7th Dec / 4 Comments

REVIEW: Before We Were Strangers by Brenda Novak

In Before We Were Strangers by Brenda Novak, A successful model who has graced the covers of some of the most important fashion magazines in the world, Sloane McBride should have been able to put her tumultuous past behind her by now. But she’s never forgotten that night twenty-three years […]

REVIEW: Other People’s Houses by Abbi Waxman
2nd Dec / 3 Comments

REVIEW: Other People’s Houses by Abbi Waxman

Other People’s Houses by Abbi Waxman: Blunt, but absolutely hysterical! Frances is “that” mom- the one who helps everyone, runs the carpool, is overrun with motherly instincts, but who also earns herself the slightly sarcastic nick name of ‘Saint Frances’. But, when she inadvertently catches her neighbor, Anne Porter, in a […]

REVIEW: Beauchamp Hall by Danielle Steel
28th Nov / 10 Comments

REVIEW: Beauchamp Hall by Danielle Steel

In Beauchamp Hall by Danielle Steel, Winona Farmington knows all too well how quickly your life can change directions. Starting back when she had to leave college to take care of her ailing mother for several years–time that she will forever cherish as her final memories with her mom, but […]

REVIEW: Winter At The Beach by Sheila Roberts
19th Oct / 2 Comments

REVIEW: Winter At The Beach by Sheila Roberts

In Winter At The Beach by Sheila Roberts, single mother Jenna Jones is running Driftwood Inn, which is  owned by her aunt. It’s winter time in Moonlight Harbor and tourism, along with guests, is down. In order to bring more business to the town, Jenna suggests hosting a festival called […]

REVIEW: The Christmas Sisters by Sarah Morgan
15th Oct / 6 Comments

REVIEW: The Christmas Sisters by Sarah Morgan

In The Christmas Sisters by Sarah Morgan, Anyone would think Christmas in the Scottish Highlands would be idyllic, steeped in all the warmth and coziness of the season. But it couldn’t be further from the truth this year. As Suzanne and Stewart McBride prepare their house for the arrival of […]

REVIEW: The Sugarhouse Blues by Mariah Stewart
13th Oct / 4 Comments

REVIEW: The Sugarhouse Blues by Mariah Stewart

In The Sugarhouse Blues (The Hudson Sisters #2) by Mariah Stewart, Des Hudson and her older sister Allie have given up their normal daily lives–such as they were–to fulfill their father Fritz’s final wishes: to meet their half-sister Cara, whom they’d never even heard of before, and to restore the […]

REVIEW: A Spark of Light by Jodi Picoult
5th Oct / 8 Comments

REVIEW: A Spark of Light by Jodi Picoult

In A Spark of Light by Jodi Picoult, When police officer and hostage negotiator Hugh McElroy said goodbye to his beloved daughter Wren that morning at breakfast, he never would have dreamed he would next see her as a hostage in a women’s health clinic. Just fifteen years old, he […]

REVIEW: The Good Luck Sister by Jill Shalvis
30th Sep / 6 Comments

REVIEW: The Good Luck Sister by Jill Shalvis

In The Good Luck Sister (Wildstone #1.5) by Jill Shalvis , The first day of school is always nerve-wracking. But typically it’s the students who are a bundle of nerves, not the teachers. Or so Tilly Adams assumes. Her nerves take another hit when she walks into the local college on […]

REVIEW: Dinner Party by Tracy Bloom
17th Sep / 2 Comments

REVIEW: Dinner Party by Tracy Bloom

Dinner Party by Tracy Bloom: Three couples, Beth and Chris, Sarah and Tony, and Marie and Duncan, alternately host a monthly dinner party. But, when it is Beth and Chris’ turn to host, Chris invites Simon, a man he met on his postal route. He fails to tell Beth, who […]