How do you move on after a tragic loss? How do you not?
A young Catholic girl navigates through her teen years in a parochial girls’ school with a father in the movie industry, a devout mother, and a rather reluctant hero in Ingrid Bergman.
A group of mostly Swedish immigrants settle in Missouri and build a wonderful town, but something else is happening in the cemetery.
A Romance writer experiences success but her Literary Fiction writing boyfriend struggles with her success.
A young woman believes she peaked in high school as she flounders through life and is forced to move to Brooklyn.
In the first book in this new series, a young woman with fabulous linguistic abilities and a secret signs on to crew a mining ship that creates wormholes.
After a serious injury, Charlie Silver hires a new coach who has no scruples to help her win a major tournament. What could possibly go wrong?
by fangswandsfairy • Book Review Fiction, contemporary humorous romance, Literary Fiction, Women's Fiction • Tags: Chip Bingely, Curtis Sittenfeld, Fitzwilliam Darcy, jane austen, Jane Bennet, Lizzy Bennet, P&P, PRIDE AND PREJUDICE, retellings
The best retelling of Jane Austen’s P&P I have ever come across! Delicious!
Jenny Colgan’s first book in her Little Beach Street Bakery series.
Polly fleeing a toxic relationship finds an affordable, if terribly delapiidated, apartment above an abandoned bakery on an island with only a few year round residents.