Internationally bestselling author Jill Mansell weaves a heartwarming tale of love, family, and friendship in her latest novel.
A secretive father dies and leaves a “dead hand” will forcing his daughters (who did not know each other) to get to know each other in the bosom of his home town.
Four friends struggle with life and love, set backs, sorrow, and disappointment in rural Louisiana. Is it a downer or a feel good story?
A country farm girl fulfills her dream of starting her career in branding, goes to the big city and discovers that there are all kinds of animals in the city.
A Romance writer experiences success but her Literary Fiction writing boyfriend struggles with her success.
A woman who needs money to pay her mom’s medical bills starts a job working for a young, hot, and wealthy CEO.
A young woman believes she peaked in high school as she flounders through life and is forced to move to Brooklyn.
This could be seen as spoilerish because I have to explain and justify my response to the book, but I don’t reveal outcomes.
The mom here always gets spread too thinly with pressure from all sides. Is she selfish,, or selfless?
by fangswandsfairy • Book Review Fiction, Chick Lit, romantic elements, Women's Fiction • Tags: adultery, Florida, Home Improvement, infertility, It Takes a Village, Ponzi, reality tv, rock 'n roll, sobriety
A group of mostly women, linked by friendship and family, try to regain ownership of their creative collaboration from a TV network as they work through personal/family issues.