Title: Until The Darkness Goes Author: Renee Ebert Genre: Contemporary Fiction / Women’s Fiction Until the Darkness Goes offers readers a fascinating story of a young woman’s choices as set against her troubles, the expectations of her friends and co-workers, and her mother’s own decisions in the past.
Title: The Summer of Princess Diana Author: Martha Reynolds Genre: Women’s Fiction / Coming of Age Fiction Young American Diana Driscoll is looking forward to attending the London wedding of Prince Charles and Diana Spencer, courtesy of her wealthy Father. However, while on a stopover in Switzerland, she receives a phone-call that… Read More The Summer of Princess Diana – Editorial Review
Title: Hannah and Soraya’s Fully Magic Generation-Y Snowflake Road Trip Across America Author: James Ward Genre: Literary fiction / Women’s fiction / Contemporary fiction Hannah and Soraya’s Fully Magic Generation-Y Snowflake Road Trip Across America by James Ward follows the frolicking journey of Hannah and Soraya, manager and lead singer of a British… Read More Hannah and Soraya’s Fully Magic Generation-Y Snowflake Road Trip Across America – Editorial Review
Title: Crystal Cove Author: Sally Suen Genre: Historical Fiction / Women’s Fiction / Romance In Crystal Cove, Sally Suen shares what life was like and how the world was changing in rural China and Hong Kong in the late 1980s and early 1990s. Against this background, the reader follows the life of Lili… Read More Crystal Cove – Editorial Review
Title: Amelia’s Gold: A Story of Romance, Ruin, Resolve and Redemption in the American Civil War Author: James D. Snyder Genre: Historical Fiction / Women’s Fiction This thoughtful novel shows how one women responds to the challenges and difficulties of the very end of the American Civil War, blossoming into a complex,… Read More Amelia’s Gold – Editorial Review
Title: Woman: A Collection of Short Stories Author: V. P. Evans Genre: Fiction Woman is a collection of short stories demonstrating the unexpected strengths that arise in women in the face of adversity. Five situations, culled from news headlines, are examined through fiction. Each story stands alone, but together they form a collective… Read More Woman: A Collection of Short Stories – Editorial Review
Title: Willow’s Way Author: Sharon Struth Genre: Women’s Fiction / Romance Willow Armstrong was a successful business woman in the world of weight loss and fitness until it was all suddenly upended following a devastating divorce. In the wake of losing everything she’s built, she learns that she’s willed a home in England from grandparents she’s… Read More Willow’s Way – Editorial Review
Title: Villa del Sol Author: Martha Reynolds Genre: Women’s Fiction Villa del Sol is a thoughtful tale of love, loss, and hope reborn centered around the story of Jennifer Logan, the young, recent widow of a popular, older senator.
Painting Blue Water by Leigh Fossan Katherine Ross, a struggling artist-turned-successful-businesswoman, has a life many would envy. At only thirty-one years old, Katherine runs one of the top luxury real-estate firms in Manhattan, and she lives in a fabulous loft with her dreamy husband.
Love Ledgers: Confessions of a Plain Jane Accountant by Connie Lukey Synopsis: In this entertaining chic-lit confessional, Connie Lukey chronicles a year in the life of a young Canadian woman determined to find love and happiness by her 40th birthday. Jane Parker has just turned 39. Smart and practical, she surrenders an intended… Read More Love Ledgers: Confessions of a Plain Jane Accountant – Book Review