Category Archives: women’s fiction

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: Too Good To Be True

Too Good To Be True by Kristan Higgins I have to come right out and admit that I’ve got a soft-spot for this talented contemporary romance author. From her quippy dialogue to her pitch-perfect love scenes, I just can’t get … Continue reading

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Review: Irish Fling

Irish Fling by Valerie Douglas Ali Dearborn escapes a bad breakup and bad work experience by traveling to her late mother’s home country, Ireland. In this every-girl’s-fantasy type of story, a chance encounter leads Ali into the arms of her … Continue reading

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Review: Director’s Cut

Director’s Cut by Valerie Douglas Molly is a sweet as sugar schoolteacher who acts in the community theater in her spare time. Jack is a chick magnet with a bad boy edge who just moved to town and has taken … Continue reading

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Review: The Bride Price

The Bride Price by Tracey Jane Jackson When I first read the summary of this book, I thought to myself, “Okay… how’s this going to work?”  Time travel, Civil War battles, spouses reunited in another era… I was fascinated by … Continue reading

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Review: Compromising Positions

Compromising Positions by Jenna Bayley-Burke Let’s be straight. I had a new Kindle and I wanted something cheap and dirty on it. I snagged this little gem for $4.24 after discovering it on lendle.me. Lucky for Ms. Bayley-Burke, she’ll be … Continue reading

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Review: An Ever Fixed Mark

An Ever Fixed Mark by Jessie Olson As you may gather from the book’s synopsis on the sale page, Jessie Olson‘s debut novel ventures into vampiric territory, adding a certain darkness to her classic love-triangle tale. Are vampires overdone? Absolutely. … Continue reading

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