Genre: Contemporary Women


Clean Break – Abby Vegas

Clean Break – Abby Vegas

Clean Break by Abby Vegas was a read I did not expect. I was thinking it would be a straightforward girl meets bad boy story, but instead it was a nuanced tale of a young woman struggling through heartbreak and depression who meets a man that is much more than he seems. […]

Posted June 30, 2016 by Laura in Reviews / 1 Comment

Stars Over Sunset Boulevard – Susan Meissner

Stars Over Sunset Boulevard – Susan Meissner

Stars Over Sunset Boulevard by Susan Meissner had the potential to be great. Instead it was good but lacked the emotional pull needed. Violet and Audrey are both secretaries at the movie studio filming Gone With the Wind in 1938. They become roommates out of necessity and friends out of shared […]

Posted June 21, 2016 by Laura in Reviews / 2 Comments

Never Too Real – Carmen Rita

Never Too Real – Carmen Rita

Never Too Real by Carmen Rita is one of those group friendship books. Where everyone’s life falls apart at just about the same time, no one tells the others about said falling apart because they can handle it on their own, and then they realize they cannot and turn to […]

Posted May 25, 2016 by Laura in Reviews / 0 Comments

Meternity – Meghann Foye

Meternity – Meghann Foye

Meternity is about the lengths a person will go to, to make their dreams come true. Liz is tired of seeing all of the mommies at work get to leave early and have a relaxing time off after the baby is born. She decides to fake a pregnancy and use […]

Posted April 18, 2016 by Laura in ARC April, Reviews / 3 Comments

Eligible – Curtis Sittenfeld

Eligible – Curtis Sittenfeld

 I first came across Curtis Sittenfeld with her debut Prep back in 2005. I really enjoyed it but did not read anything else she had written. When Eligible came on my radar, I decided it was high time to read Sittenfeld again. Eligible is a modern retelling of Pride and Prejudice. Since it has […]

Posted April 16, 2016 by Laura in ARC April, Reviews / 2 Comments