Being a succubus of sorts doesn’t come easily to a woman who was “saving it.”
Book Review Fiction
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.
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.
A tempest in a pot of rare Chinese tea.