Christmas Pudding, Cached Art, and a Castle Full of Guests Can Be a Killer
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A woman, living with her father, goes on a quest to visit her old friends.
A privileged, young women is a free-spirit and learns freedom from societal norms can hurt as you break away.
An examination of family values in Regency England against the backdrop of illegitimacy.
An American man with a Francophile mom marries a French woman and moves to France.
Andrew’ fantasy life helps him get by despite his loss and depression, but it also isolates him.
A twin has to take her sick sister’s place on a “honeymoon” in Hawaii — but not on her own.
A young woman wants to be a photographer but ends up working as a secretary for Helen Gurley Brown just after she takes over Cosmopolitan.
by fangswandsfairy • Book Review Fiction, Chick Lit, Sophia Rose Reviews, Women's Fiction • Tags: Asian American, Chinatown, Foodie, grief, Magical Realism, Neighborhood Revitalization, Romance, Women's Fiction
Saving the neighborhood one batch of dumplings at a time.