Category: Women’s Fic – Chick-lit


REVIEW: Happy & You Know it by Laura Hankin
14th Jun / 2 Comments

REVIEW: Happy & You Know it by Laura Hankin

Happy & You Know it by Laura Hankin: If you feel like clapping your hands because you have somehow managed to navigate the soul-destroying mother-guilt paradigm that has emerged full swing, then Laura Hankin’s book is for you. Likewise, if you haven’t managed to escape unscathed, you will find some frightening […]

REVIEW: Hello, Summer by Mark Kay Andrews
11th Jun / 3 Comments

REVIEW: Hello, Summer by Mark Kay Andrews

Hello, Summer by Mark Kay Andrews: Conley Hawkins has her farewell party at the Atlanta newspaper before embarking on a new job with a digital paper in Washington,D.C. Unfortunately, that paper folds before she can even move, so she is suddenly unemployed . She decides to go to Silver Bay, Florida, […]

REVIEW: It Started with a Secret by Jill Mansell
10th Jun / 4 Comments

REVIEW: It Started with a Secret by Jill Mansell

In It Started with a Secret by Jill Mansell, Lainey’s never been lucky in love. And she’s accepted that. But when her bad luck spills over into her job–or more to the point, her new lack of a job–she’s not sure how long it will take to find something else. […]

REVIEW: The Somerset Girls by Lori Foster
29th May / 10 Comments

REVIEW: The Somerset Girls by Lori Foster

In The Somerset Girls: A Novel by Lori Foster, Sisters Autumn and Ember Somerset might be polar opposites in personality but they somehow make working together–and living under one roof–work. It doesn’t hurt that they both have a deep love and respect for their family’s rescue farm that they run […]

REVIEW: The Banty House by Carolyn Brown
26th May / 2 Comments

REVIEW: The Banty House by Carolyn Brown

The Banty House by Carolyn Brown is the author’s latest gift to readers who love Women’s Fiction. You all have heard of comfort food I’m sure. This story here is comfort words to make your heart happy. Ginger Andrews didn’t realize that stopping after getting off the bus and sitting […]

REVIEW: Family for Beginners by Sarah Morgan
22nd May / 4 Comments

REVIEW: Family for Beginners by Sarah Morgan

In Family for Beginners by Sarah Morgan, When florist Flora Donovan spotted handsome Jack Parker looking completely lost as he stared in the shop window, she could definitely commiserate. Even living in bustling New York City, she feels alone in a sea of people. With no family and only a […]

REVIEW: The Sea Glass Cottage by RaeAnne Thayne
12th Apr / 10 Comments

REVIEW: The Sea Glass Cottage by RaeAnne Thayne

In The Sea Glass Cottage by RaeAnne Thayne, While in her teens, Olivia Harper tragically lost her father, and a short time later she lost her older sister too. It took a lot of time to move past the grief. Watching her sister’s daughter, Caitlin, grow up helped immensely and […]

REVIEW: One Perfect Summer by Brenda Novak
10th Apr / 4 Comments

REVIEW: One Perfect Summer by Brenda Novak

In One Perfect Summer by Brenda Novak, As a non-fiction writer, Serenity Alston is used to digging for facts and coming up with some shocking details in the process. Who would have known that when she did a DNA test herself, just for research purposes, that it would turn up […]

REVIEW: In 5 Years  by Rebecca Searle
17th Mar / 3 Comments

REVIEW: In 5 Years by Rebecca Searle

In 5 Years by Rebecca Searle: Despite the unrelenting punches In 5 Years pulls, you cant help but be winded and breathless as you navigate your way through it. In the end, it lands a solid dozen , which you wind up thinking you may rightly deserve.

REVIEW: The Moonglow Sisters by Lori Wilde
5th Mar / 10 Comments

REVIEW: The Moonglow Sisters by Lori Wilde

In The Moonglow Sisters by Lori Wilde, Moonglow Cove, Texas became a haven for young siblings Madison, Shelley, and Gia Clark when they were suddenly orphaned and sent to be raised by a grandmother they had never met before. The town took the girls into their hearts, giving them the […]