Tag: Woman’s Fiction

Barefoot Alice by Jan Porter (Book Review #1069)

Barefoot Alice is a contemporary woman’s fiction novel about how Alice’s husband leaves her and how her background shapes this person’s character in dealing with the matter. Alice is very relatable, and her story can remind you of so many people you probably know.

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.        

Girls like Us Poems by Elizabeth Hazen (Book Review #735)

Girls like us is a poetic book written about the female identity and embodying how a woman feels, expects and is. The work represents a roller-coaster of ups and downs, triumphs, fears, wholeness, self-doubt, self-destructions and many other things girls, and women face.

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)”

#WeAreManyWomen: Many Voices by Vali Hawkins Mitchell (Book Review #602)

We are many women is a self-help book written by Dr. Hawkins empowering woman to listen to their instincts and to believe in themselves. She believes that women are mostly subdued to the situation they are enforced in.

All That Compels the Heart by Erin Bowlen (Book Review #586)

All that compels the heart is an adult romance about Aoife O’Reilly. This fictional story begins with Aoife having everything she has ever wanted. She has a great job, a decent boyfriend, best friends, and an admirable social life. As not all good things… Continue Reading “All That Compels the Heart by Erin Bowlen (Book Review #586)”

Bella Toscana by Nanette Littlestone (Book Review #523)

Bella Toscana is a contemporary novel written about a woman who decides to take a trip to the beautiful land of Italy. As a married woman, she meets professor Flynn and that is when she begins to question everything about her self and her… Continue Reading “Bella Toscana by Nanette Littlestone (Book Review #523)”

A Recipe for Love: A Lesbian Culinary Romance by Lucy J. Madison (Book Review #498)

A recipe for love is a fictional story about Danika. Her life has never been about herself, and as she retires from her long-term job, she realizes that for once she has a chance to do something with her life.

Missing Him: A real love story by L. Penn (Book Review 493)

  Missing Him is a women’s fiction novel. It is a love story about a woman who seeks therapy in order to win her freedom. Happiness does not come easy for Emery and what entails in this story. The narration is told in the… Continue Reading “Missing Him: A real love story by L. Penn (Book Review 493)”