Genre: Women's Fiction

First Comes Love – Emily Giffin

First Comes Love – Emily Giffin

I was super excited when I heard about First Comes Love by Emily Giffin. I have all seven of her earlier books and could not wait to read this one. Then I heard she was going to be signing at BEA and I made it my mission to get a print copy to […]

Posted June 23, 2016 by Laura in BEA16 Books, Reviews / 3 Comments

People Who Knew Me – Kim Hooper

People Who Knew Me – Kim Hooper

People Who Knew Me by Kim Hooper is a unique work. It goes from the present and then flows to the past in alternating chapters telling the distinctly different lives of Emily and Connie. They are in fact the same person but a decision directly after the events of September 11, […]

Posted May 23, 2016 by Laura in Reviews / 0 Comments

The Wedding Sisters – Jamie Brenner

The Wedding Sisters – Jamie Brenner

The Wedding Sisters by Jamie Brenner sounded like such a cute read. Three sisters get engaged the same year and a triple wedding is planned. I expected hijinks and cute situations and fun. Instead I read a tale of selfish people and an intense need to be seen as high class. […]

Posted May 22, 2016 by Laura in Reviews / 1 Comment

The Children – Ann Leary

The Children – Ann Leary

The Children by Ann Leary took a bit for me to get into. I was unsure if I liked the story for the first third as the narrator was doling out very small pieces of a large puzzle that I was not aware of. As the pieces began to fall […]

Posted May 19, 2016 by Laura in Reviews / 3 Comments

The Last Good Girl – Allison Leotta

The Last Good Girl – Allison Leotta

I don’t generally like getting into a series at any point after book one. I like to have a grounding in the character and the history of them. I was unaware that The Last Good Girl was part of a series when I requested it. I loved the synopsis and was intrigued […]

Posted May 2, 2016 by Laura in ARC April, Reviews / 0 Comments

Eleven Hours – Pamela Erens

Eleven Hours – Pamela Erens

Eleven Hours by Pamela Erens packs a lot of emotion into a short book. At just 176 pages and spanning the time frame of eleven hours (I know, that would be hard to guess!) it focuses on a woman in labor and the pregnant nurse assigned to her. Lore, the one in labor, […]

Posted April 29, 2016 by Laura in ARC April, Reviews / 2 Comments

Not Working – Lisa Owens

Not Working – Lisa Owens

Not Working is Lisa Owens’ debut, and it is mostly successful. Styled as a rom-com where the main character, Claire, quits her job abruptly as she just doesn’t like it and relies on her medical student boyfriend for support. Then she seeks her next big step amongst “charming” foibles and […]

Posted April 20, 2016 by Laura in ARC April, Reviews / 1 Comment

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