Category: Woman’s Fiction

She Lost Her Muse by June Rollins (Book Review #915)

She lost her muse is a beautiful story about two friends, Meagan and Poppy. College roommates, successful artists, and best of friends, nothing seems to be stopping for these two girls. Suddenly, Poppy loses a semester before graduating and her father, Pastor Wayne, sends… Continue Reading “She Lost Her Muse by June Rollins (Book Review #915)”

Drawing the line: No Ladies in Room A3 by CLARE SCOPES (Book Review #909)

Drawing the line is a historical fiction about Maggie Goodwin. The story is set in 1938, and no ladies are working as animators at Harley Studios, Los Angeles. Maggie wants to prove everyone wrong.        

Catch Handle by Alison O’Mara (Book Review #879)

Catch handle is a fictional contemporary story about beautiful Arabian horses and Vivian, a new veterinarian’s journey working with them at her aunt’s ranch.

The harvest of her life’s summer by Veronica Gventsadze (Book Review #691)

The harvest of her life’s summer is a fictional story about Alexandra Baumann. At the age of 37, she has decided to become a spinster. She is content with living in Canada as a pharmacist. Her parents immigrated when she was 9, and a… Continue Reading “The harvest of her life’s summer by Veronica Gventsadze (Book Review #691)”

The Songstress by Joshua Killingsworth (Book Review #684)

The songstress is a fantasy story and is the first book written from the Records of the Three Realms series. There is something special about Kari, the protagonist of the story. She tries to save and protect a girl from being taken by the… Continue Reading “The Songstress by Joshua Killingsworth (Book Review #684)”

The dark child by Timothy Lawver (Book Review #679)

The dark child is a family-oriented story about Kezia. She struggles with her mother, sister, father and brother, as each to their own suffers from some form of mental, physical and relationship issues. Above all this, there is a big family secret that is… Continue Reading “The dark child by Timothy Lawver (Book Review #679)”

Immaculate Conception by I. J. Miller (Book Review #672)

Immaculate Conception is a fictional story about two women who happen to have a baby together by using a surrogate. However, the biological father ends up making their lives hell forcing them to move countries. However, he does not stop there.

Horseshoes and Hand Grenades by S.M. Stevens (Book Review #693)

Horseshoes and hand grenades is a story about two women who happen to experience abuse. Astrid happens to experience this from work and is severely affected by it. For Shelby things are different. She is scarred from a very young age. This matter influences… Continue Reading “Horseshoes and Hand Grenades by S.M. Stevens (Book Review #693)”

Changing the subject by Kate Abley (Book Review #684)

Changing the subject is a contemporary comic novel written about Sue. She undertakes some clinical trial drugs to prevent the deterioration of her mind due to having Alzheimer’s. While the problem is not fixed, she begins to look and think like she is 18,… Continue Reading “Changing the subject by Kate Abley (Book Review #684)”