Women’s Fiction

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“This novel is one the reader will finish with a sigh, and then set his sights on the nearest bookshop in hopes of finding his own happily ever after.”

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“Fierce Kingdom is a novel that crackles with tension and danger. . . . Do yourself a favor and devour this book before the inevitable movie premiere.”

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"Kukafka eloquently describes the self-destruction that ensues by allowing others to define us."

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“Bravo, J. R. Ward.”

 

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Karen Krupp loves Tom, her husband of almost two years. They live in a well-appointed house in an upper-middle-class neighborhood in New York.

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“a truly funny, keep-you-awake-all-night page turner. . . . a laugh out loud book with a big heart. One of this summer’s best.”

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“a tense psychological drama chronicling survivor’s guilt as well as one woman’s struggle to maintain normalcy after experiencing a traumatic event.  . . .”

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Nothing is quite like the bond of true friendship, and no one realizes this more than Anna as she fights another battle with dreaded cancer which has returned yet again.

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". . . a beautifully written novel."

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Do identical twins share more than the same DNA? Are their temperaments, needs, and desires similar?

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Jill Shalvis can write a pretty good sex scene.

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What constitutes being a mother? Is it giving birth to a child or loving and caring for one who isn't born to you?

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Every family member shares some of the same personality traits, as is with the four generations of Whitakers.

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"The book is a smorgasbord of rich delights."

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Inheritance from Mother is a novel for the connoisseur by an author regarded as one of the most important writers in Japan today.

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Eliza and Adam Stanley are parents to two precocious twin sons, Max and Luke.

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Reading Saints for All Occasions is like walking into the kitchen of the big Irish family at the center of this new novel by bestselling author J.

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“In a world of insanity, a world of nightmare, it is often impossible to distinguish love from hate.”

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Love, in the world of Paula Priamos’ new novel Inside V, is powerful, primal, obsessive, and deadly. Former L.A.

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Many writers have written about the immigrant experience, but most focus on the tension between generations: how the older generations of immigrants—those fresh off the boat, so to speak—want to re

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a very funny, poignant novel about a strong-willed girl and the even stronger, decidedly colorful mother who loves her.”

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Marlena by Julie Buntin is a haunting debut that journeys back to a time of a tumultuous friendship between two teenage girls, Cat and Marlena, in the 90s.

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The Bloom girls lost their father when their parents divorced, yet when they learn of his passing from an aneurysm, it's like losing him again.

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“I don’t need to jump off cliffs into oceans to die, because every day there is a little death waiting for me. All I have to do is wake up and walk out the front door.”

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The Mother’s Promise is a chick-lit tearjerker that nevertheless conveys with sympathy and some depth the stories of four Northern California women who face difficult health and family pro

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