Who knew how seamlessly Regency England could be translated into recent times in Pakistan?
The dog knows best! Sophia Rose reviews THE SUMMER OF NEW BEGINNINGS by Bette Lee Crosby.
A young woman and luthier, a builder of stringed instruments, learns some unpleasant truths and almost ruins her life.
A fictionalized account of the relationship between a leading female journalist, Lorena Hickok and First Lady, Eleanor Roosevelt.
by fangswandsfairy • Book Review Fiction, Women's Fiction • Tags: broadway musical theater in literature, Contemporary Literary Fiction, contemporary women, contemporary women's fiction, Family Saga, pop stars, teenagers
A family relocates to NYC and their lives are in turmoil when the mom falls into a strange employment situation.
A good teacher is a lifelong source of inspiration for a young woman whose life changes due to a workplace injury.
A family with special gifts allows fear, safety concerns, and desired social position to influence how they behave.
A woman is defined by tragedy and when offered a path to a more joyful life with diverse friends and a partner who loves her does she take it?
by fangswandsfairy • Book Review Fiction, contemporary romance, Women's Fiction • Tags: Contemporary Fiction, Contemporary Romance, family life, gardening, Penguin Random House Audio, PRHA, Women's Fiction
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.