women’s fiction

Book Review: Falling By Jane Green

FALLING: A Love Story By: Jane Green Published: July 19, 2016 Publisher: Berkley Fiction/Romance Romance novels aren’t usually my first choice, but sometimes it is nice to work in a lighter read. After reading the premise of this one, I thought this one might be a bit different. It isn’t your typical love story. It’s…
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Book Review: Modern Girls By Jennifer S. Brown

MODERN GIRLS A Novel By: Jennifer S. Brown Published: April 5, 2016 Publisher: NAL Historical Fiction/Women’s Fiction I have read many books set during this turbulent time in our history, but nothing that has tackled the delicate subject of unexpected pregnancies in a mother AND a daughter.  The setting is 1935, New York City. The…
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Book Review: Gracie’s Song By Michelle Schlicher

GRACIE’S SONG By: Michelle Schlicher Published: March 7, 2016 Publisher: Michelle Schlicher Fiction/Women’s Fiction I love finding out about Iowa authors and sharing their books with my readers. Michelle Schlicher lives near Des Moines and has written her second fiction novel which she says fits in the category of Contemporary Romance. I’d have to disagree…
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Book Review: The Good Wife By Jane Porter

THE GOOD WIFE Brennan Sisters #3 By: Jane Porter Published:  September 3, 2013 Fiction – Series The final book in the Brennan Sisters series features Sarah, the youngest and prettiest of the family.  Sarah tries to be the “good wife” to Boone, a MLB player who travels, is gone too often, and also cheated on…
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Book Review: The Good Woman By Jane Porter

THE GOOD WOMAN By:  Jane Porter Published:  September 4, 2012 **** Meg Brennan Roberts is a successful publicist, faithful wife, and doting mother who prides herself on always making the right decisions. But years of being “the good woman” have taken a toll and Meg feels burned out and empty, more disconnected than ever from her…
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