REVIEW: Now and Then Friends by Kate Hewitt

Tweet Stevie‘s review of Now and Then Friends (Hartley-by-the-Sea, Book 2) by Kate Hewitt Contemporary Women’s Fiction published by NAL 12 Jul 16 This series got off to a great start with a tale of sisters reconnecting in a small Lake District village, and...

REVIEW: Modern Girls by Jennifer S. Brown

Tweet Stevie‘s review of Modern Girls by Jennifer S. Brown Jewish American Historical Women’s Fiction published by NAL 05 Apr 16 I’m always drawn to books that show us a slice of life that doesn’t get covered often in fiction, in this case the...

REVIEW: I Let You Go by Clare Mackintosh

Tweet Stevie‘s review of I Let You Go by Clare Mackintosh Women’s Crime Fiction published by Berkley 03 May 16 I’m fond of well-written unreliable narrators – the type where just enough of their story is inconsistent that the surprise, when the...

REVIEW: The Ones Who Matter Most by Rachael Herron

Tweet Stevie‘s review of The Ones Who Matter Most by Rachael Herron Contemporary Women’s Fiction published by NAL 05 Apr 16 I have a sneaky love for books about women who are flung together by the actions of a man who wronged them, but then go on to work...

REVIEW: The Charm Bracelet by Viola Shipman

Tweet Veena’s review of The Charm Bracelet by Viola Shipman Women’s Fiction published by Thomas Dunne Books 29 Mar 15 This is a debut novel from a man who choses his grandmother’s name to honor the woman whose charm bracelet and family stories...