Posts Tagged ‘Women’s Fiction’

REVIEW: A Place for Us by Harriet Evans

Monday, July 20, 2015 0:00 No Comments

Tweet Stevie‘s review of A Place for Us by Harriet Evans Contemporary Women’s Fiction published by Gallery Books 02 Jun 15 I do love a good meaty family saga, especially one in which all kinds of secrets slowly emerge and in which, while people don’t always get on with each other, they’re all bound together […]

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REVIEW: Million Dollar Road by Amy Conner

Monday, July 6, 2015 1:00 1 Comment

Tweet Stevie‘s review of Million Dollar Road by Amy Conner Contemporary Women’s Fiction published by Kensington 26 May 15 Sometimes one small careless act can have huge unforeseen consequences on a number of very disparate people. So it is with one uncharacteristically rash decision by the otherwise cautious and self-assured, mature for her years, Lireinne […]

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REVIEW: It’s You by Jane Porter

Tuesday, June 2, 2015 0:00 No Comments

Tweet Sandy M’s review of It’s You by Jane Porter Women’s Fiction published by Berkley 2 Jun 15 This is my first Jane Porter novel that isn’t truly a romance, so all I knew I was going to get for sure is a good story. What I did get is exactly that, but I ended up with […]

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REVIEW: A Sister To Honor by Lucy Ferriss

Thursday, January 15, 2015 0:00 No Comments

Tweet Stevie‘s review of A Sister To Honor by Lucy Ferriss Contemporary Women’s Fiction published by Berkley 06 Jan 15 It can be rather tricky to read a culture-clash novel when one is from neither culture. No matter how familiar we in the UK are with the norms of US college life, there are always […]

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REVIEW: Scared Scriptless by Allison Sweeney

Saturday, December 13, 2014 0:00 No Comments

Tweet Veena’s review of Scared Scriptless by Alison Sweeney Women’s Fiction published by Hyperion 03 Jun 14 I didn’t know until I went to look for the author’s website that Ms. Sweeney has more claim to fame than her writing. I totally get how she gives us such an insightful in-depth view into TV land […]

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REVIEW: The Other Side of the Bridge by Katherine Swartz

Thursday, November 27, 2014 0:00 No Comments

Tweet Stevie‘s review of The Other Side of the Bridge by Katherine Swartz Contemporary Women’s Fiction published by Tule Publishing Group 14 Jul 14 I’m a great fan of novels that follow the parallels in the lives of two or more members of the same family across the generations, and I can certainly sympathise with […]

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REVIEW: You Had Me At Hello by Mhairi McFarlane

Sunday, June 15, 2014 0:00 No Comments

Tweet Stevie‘s review of You Had Me At Hello by Mhairi McFarlane Contemporary Women’s Fiction published by Avon 25 Feb 14 This book has lots in it to like: it’s set in Manchester and written by a British author – so she ought to know her stuff; it features a diverse, mixed group of friends […]

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REVIEW: A Long Time Gone by Karen White

Tuesday, June 10, 2014 0:00 No Comments

Tweet Veena’s review of A Long Time Gone by Karen White Women’s Fiction published by Penguin Group 3 Jun 14 This is a heart-breaking novel of broken dreams and redemption with big-as-life characters who sucked me into their crushed hopes and wouldn’t let me go. There are times during the book that I felt I could […]

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REVIEW: Veil of Time by Claire R. McDougall

Wednesday, May 28, 2014 0:00 No Comments

Tweet Sandy M’s review of Veil of Time by Claire R. McDougall Women’s Fiction – Paranormal/Time Travel published by Gallery Books 11 Mar 14 I’ve been a time travel fan for a number of years now. That’s what first drew me to this book, then it was the blurb. Therefore, I had high hopes. What I […]

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REVIEW: Never Say Goodbye by Susan Lewis

Monday, May 26, 2014 0:00 No Comments

Tweet Stevie‘s review of Never Say Goodbye by Susan Lewis Contemporary Women’s Fiction published by Ballantine Books 08 Apr 14 I nearly gave up on this one in the first chapter, but I stubbornly persevered and managed to find some redeeming qualities to it in later chapters, not all attributable to the writing improving further […]

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REVIEW & GIVEAWAY: The Art of Floating by Kristin Bair O’Keeffe

Monday, April 28, 2014 0:00 3 Comments

Tweet Stevie‘s review of The Art of Floating by Kristin Bair O’Keeffe Women’s Psychological Literary Fiction published by Berkley 01 Apr 14 This is a rather odd sort of book, but the dreamy quality of the main narrative fits it perfectly. Small towns are notorious for being strange, but the location for The Art of […]

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REVIEW: Beach Plum Island by Holly Robinson

Friday, April 4, 2014 0:00 No Comments

Tweet Sandy M’s review of Beach Plum Island by Holly Robinson Women’s Fiction published by NAL 1 Apr 14 What a great cast of characters Holly Robinson has created in this fun and touching novel. Three sisters from a fallen-apart family try to figure out their dynamics as they unravel their father’s dying words.

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REVIEW & GIVEAWAY: No One Could Have Guessed the Weather by Anne-Marie Casey

Tuesday, April 1, 2014 0:00 4 Comments

Tweet Sandy M’s review of No One Could Have Guessed the Weather by Anne-Marie Casey Women’s Fiction published by Berkley Trade 1 Apr 14 I’ve been trying to read outside my romance box lately and have, so far, had pretty good success. So I’m a bit surprised at my reaction to this book, so much so […]

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REVIEW: Scent of Butterflies by Dora Levy Mossanen

Thursday, March 6, 2014 0:00 No Comments

Tweet Stevie‘s review of Scent of Butterflies by Dora Levy Mossanen Jewish Women’s Fiction published by Sourcebooks Landmark 07 Jan 14 Soraya, a Jewish Iranian woman from a rich and privileged background, is deeply in love with Aziz, her husband of twenty years. Together they have lived through their country’s political upheavals, with the support […]

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REVIEW: The Art of Falling by Kathryn Craft

Thursday, February 6, 2014 0:00 No Comments

Tweet Sandy M’s review of Art of Falling by Kathryn Craft Women’s Fiction published by Sourcebooks Landmark 28 Jan 14 Did Penny jump fourteen stories after her world crashed in on her? Everyone in her life believes so, but you and Penny take the journey together from her recovery to her returning memories later in the […]

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