Women’s Fiction

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“When it comes to romance, ‘careful’ is my middle name.”

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Among the many different cultural subsets in New York City, there is a group of food elitists.

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Desperate to start a family, Elizabeth gives up her dangerous career in fire containment and arson investigation for a quiet life in her husband, Ben’s small, Rocky Mountain hometown.

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Joe O’Brien is a proud Irishman who prizes and protects what’s important in his life—his “bride” Rosie, four mostly-grownup children, and being a cop in Boston.

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“It’s such a confusing thing, what’s okay and what isn’t okay and what’s accepted and who’s a whore. It’s a furious balance.”

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“lovely book . . . a strong story of life after loss . . .”

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Karon's newest novel in her Mitford series, Come Rain or Come Shine highlights the upcoming nuptials of Dooley Kavanagh to Lace Harper.

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This book gets off to a rough start, both for the heroine, who gets railroaded out of business by hostile locals and becomes desperate for money, and for the reader, who has to endure her aggressiv

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This is Your Life was a popular television show in the 1960s and 1970s, an early reality show that delighted many audiences.

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When Erica Jong’s groundbreaking novel, Fear of Flying, was published in 1973, it rocked the world.

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“All joy or sorrow for the happiness or calamities of others is produced by an act of the imagination, that realizes the event however fictitious, or approximates it however remote, by placing us,

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There are novels that force a reviewer to remember: It’s a big wide world and everyone has different tastes. Not every reader likes the same books I do. Fair enough.

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“The uplifting themes of this novel are around forgiveness, community, and compassion, although they are eclipsed and outweighed by heartbreak.”

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Debbie Macomber graces us with yet another Cedar Cove tale with Silver Linings, the fourth in the Rose Harbor series.

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Every woman likes to think her life is perfect; she has the most wonderful husband, obedient children, and cleanest house. This is what Rachel Carver believes.

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If Eva Thorvald—whose life we follow (more or less) from the time she’s born—ever prepares your food, rest assured it will taste exquisitely unlike anything you’ve ever eaten before.

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Before We Were Strangers: A Love Story is a novel in the genre of literary fiction, primarily taking place in New York City.

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“Kudos to Mr. Watson. Second Life is an excellent novel that is highly recommended to fans of psychological suspense.”

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Small towns are known for their residents being privy to everyone's business, and this is especially true in this novel set in Nantucket.

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Our Souls at Night is a peaceful gem of a story.

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When feeling down and in need of a change, what could be better than to get away and lease a coastal cottage in Maine in August?

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Ask adults or adolescents what they know about Judy Blume and many will say Fudge. Blume’s Fudge series remains a classic although it was just one part of her 28 titles spanning four decad

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Once again we are invited to the quaint, fictitious seacoast town of Marshbury, Massachusetts, and into the lives of the Irish close-knit Hurilhy family.

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Fans of Mr. Harufs earlier novels . . .

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“a rollicking young adult novel loaded with action! adventure! romance! danger! while turning both genre and social conventions upside down.”

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