Category Archives: chick lit

Review: In Search of Lucy

In Search of Lucy by Lia Fairchild At first glance, the story told within Fairchild’s novel In Search of Lucy might seem like any ordinary coming-0f-age tale. Granted, our heroine here is the ripe old age of 30. But with … Continue reading

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Review: Candles on the Sand

Candles on the Sand by Katie Stephens For the ultimate in “post breakup recovery” stories, pick up a copy of Candles on the Sand. In this contemporary romance novel, Stephens tells the story of Anna, an English woman who finds … Continue reading

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Review: State of Disgrace

State of Disgrace by Linda Ann Rentschler Mary Beth Everitt is not your average Catholic school girl. Although she’s plagued by the usual guilt and fear of judgment, she doesn’t quite rebel the way most do when they graduate from … Continue reading

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Review: Paging Aphrodite

Paging Aphrodite by Kim Green Four women, unlucky in love and searching for some TLC (tender lovin’ copulation that is), find exactly what they need while on vacation on the Greek island of Corfu. Only two of the women know … Continue reading

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Review: It’s My Wedding Too

It’s My Wedding Too by Sharon Naylor Let me first advise any who want to read this book to pick up the eBook version instead of the paperback. For some reason, my paperback copy was delayed from Amazon and I … Continue reading

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Review: Twenties Girl

Twenties Girl by Sophie Kinsella Sophie Kinsella, bestselling author of the Shopaholic series, is well-known for her quirky characters and fun-to-read women’s fiction.  In her latest novel, Twenties Girl, she unites the seemingly opposing genres of chick lit and ghost … Continue reading

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Review: How to Teach Filthy Rich Girls

How to Teach Filthy Rich Girls by Zoey Dean I could’ve sworn this was a chick lit book. If it was a movie, I’d say ¾ is chick flick then the last ¼ is romantic comedy. So, does that make … Continue reading

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