Tag: women’s fiction

My Top 5 Women’s Fiction Novels of All Time

Guest blog by Ann Garvin, author of The Dog Year Asking me what my top 5 women’s fiction novels of all time is like asking my mother (who…

Review: Rearranged by Ruth Saberton

Reviewed by Sandra Scholes Synopsis: Mills Ali already has a life of her own and dreams of working for an Asian magazine. She has tonnes of friends and…

Review: Three Sisters (Blackberry Island, Book 2) by Susan Mallery

This book is not an anthology, but there are three stories intertwined in it. Three Sisters is the nickname for three Victorian houses on a cul-de-sac and with…

Review: Semi-Sweet by Roisin Meaney

Summary: Hannah Robinson gets dumped by her longtime boyfriend days before she’s going to open her new shop, Cupcakes on the Corner. Even though he’s told her he’s…

When the Sizzle Fizzles

by Malena Lott, guest blogger and author of Fixer Upper I get why romance novels soak up market share and win over the hearts of women.  From “the…

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