Category Archives: Women’s Fiction

Review: The Forgotten Roses by Deborah Doucette

Book info: Title: The Forgotten Roses Author: Deborah Doucette Publisher: Owl Canyon Press Publication date: February 24, 2014 Book Description: Rebecca Griffin has everything she ever wanted – or so says her big-hearted Italian American family. But now her marriage … Continue reading

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Review: The All You Can Dream Buffet by Barbara O’Neal

Book info: Title: The All You Can Dream Buffet Author: Barbara O’Neal Publisher: Random House Pub date: 4 March 2014 Book description: Popular blogger and foodie queen Lavender Wills reigns over Lavender Honey Farms, a serene slice of organic heaven … Continue reading

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Review: Defining Moments by Faye Hicks

Book info: Title: Defining Moments Author: Faye Hicks Publisher: Amazon & Smashwords Publication Date: December 2011 Book Description: ‘Defining Moments’ is the story of Ellie Ward, a professor with a knack for making bad decisions at life’s crossroads, often with … Continue reading

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Review: Eden’s Garden by Juliet Greenwood

Book info: Publisher: Honno Press Book Title: Eden’s Garden Author: Juliet Greenwood Publication date: March 15th 2012 Book Description: Eden’s Garden is a time-slip set in the present and in Victorian Times. If you love the books of Kate Morton, … Continue reading

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Book Review: Rush Home Road by Lori Lansens

This 2002 debut novel stayed with me, long after I turned the last page. I needed to carry it around inside, and savor it before even thinking about starting a new book. That’s when I knew I’d found a special … Continue reading

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Book Review: The Girl Who Chased The Moon by Sarah Addison Allen

As a fan of Garden Spells, and Sugar Queen, Sarah’s latest is a beautifully woven story of finding one’s way. The North Carolina town of Mullaby holds a curiosity for Emily Benedict. Since her mom passed away, unanswered questions bring … Continue reading

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Book Review: The Postmistress by Sarah Blake

I was pleasantly surprised when I read this on the cover… “A beautifully written, thought-provoking novel that I’m telling everyone I know to read.” ~Kathryn Stockett, author of The Help. Well, y’all know how I feel about The Help, so … Continue reading

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Review: A Cup of Light by Nicole Mones

This book was a sensual pleasure. This second novel by the author of Lost in Translation is a wonderful mix of delighting the senses with art and with love. Lia Frank, a porcelain expert for a high-end auctioneers (think Sothebys), … Continue reading

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Book Review: Saving CeeCee Honeycutt by Beth Hoffman

I loved this debut book! Beth Hoffman’s voice is unique and rings true. She’s the real deal in southern fiction. The adventure begins when twelve-year-old CeCe Honeycutt is rescued by an unknown great aunt, Tootie Caldwell. CeCe’s tiara toting mama … Continue reading

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Review: The Lace Makers of Glenmara

by Heather Barbieri Aspiring fashion designer Kate Robinson is reeling from the betrayal of her boyfriend, the rejections of her designs, and the early death of her beloved mother. Instead of staying with her memories, she goes to Ireland, the … Continue reading

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