A dog helps a globe-trotting contractor and his widowed client develop a relationship.
A privileged, young women is a free-spirit and learns freedom from societal norms can hurt as you break away.
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.
The dog knows best! Sophia Rose reviews THE SUMMER OF NEW BEGINNINGS by Bette Lee Crosby.
This story is about a neighborhood, a close group of parents, with all their woes, mistakes and flaws.
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?
Running into an old flame from whom Jessie’s hidden a big secret is one of several storylines in HEAD OVER HEELS.
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.