Category women’s fiction

Book Review: Why Mummy Drinks

Peter and Jane are mummy’s precious moppets. At least, they are when they behave, which is mostly never. Mummy likes delightful walks in the country with Judgy dog and the family. Peter and Jane like starting fires, trying to kill each other and driving Mummy to drink…a lot.

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Book Review: Family Affair

Cat lovers and romance novel lovers will rejoice over FAMILY AFFAIR, a light and heartwarming story.

Book Review: The Hopefuls

The Hopefuls tells the story of a young wife who follows her husband and his political dreams to Washington, D.C., a city of idealism, gossip, and complicated friendships among the young aspiring elite.

August Book Wrap-Up

Books I read the month of August

Book Review: Young Jane Young

Young Jane Young is a smart, funny, and moving novel about what it means to be a woman of any age, and captures not just the mood of our recent highly charged political season, but also the double standards alive and well in every aspect of life for women.

Book Review: The Goddesses

A mesmerizing story of friendship and manipulation set against the idyllic tropical world of the Big Island, The Goddesses is a stunning psychological novel by one of our most exciting young writers.

Book Review: Mrs. Fletcher

“U R my MILF!”

Book Review: Careers for Women

“You all have the potential to be supersalesmen,” she said, looking forcefully around the group. “You can convince anyone of anything if you set your mind to it. And when the chairman thanks you by pinching your derrière, you smile and blow smoke in his face.”

Book Review: Hello, Sunshine

“You should probably know two things upfront. And the first is this: On my thirty fifth birthday – the day I lost my career and my husband and my home in one uncompromising swoop – I woke up to one of my favorite songs playing on the radio-alarm clock.”

Book Review: The Seven Husbands of Evelyn Hugo

“People think that intimacy is about sex. But intimacy is about truth. When you realize you can tell someone your truth, when you can show yourself to them, when you stand in front of them bare and their response is ‘you’re safe with me’- that’s intimacy.”