Tag Archives: Women’s Fiction

Strangers in Budapest by Jessica Keener

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Strangers in Budapest by Jessica Keener is a novel that draws the reader in from the very first pages.  The story is a young couple, Will and Annie, that have been living in Budapest with their toddler for a year. Will has … Continue reading

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Desert Moon by Susan Page Davis

Desert Moon by Susan Page Davis is a wonderful historical fiction. The story takes place in Arizona. There is a sweet romance throughout the story with a little bit of danger and mystery added. The story begins fast with a stage coach … Continue reading

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The Promise Girls by Marie Bostwick

The Promise Girls by Marie Bostwick is a story about child prodigies who were created in the womb for greatness, promised success, prodded by their mother. They were perfectly planned and then everything changed when one of the Promise girls decided … Continue reading

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Abby’s Journey by Steena Holms

Abby’s Journey by Steena Holms is the sequel to the  Saving Abbey. It tells the story of Abby’s childhood living with her father Josh. Her mother Claire died shortly after Abby was born but Abby has a real connection with … Continue reading

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Sisters One, Two and Three by Nancy Star

Sisters One, Two and Three by Nancy Star is a story told from Ginger’s perspective. The plot moves between the 1970s and today. Ginger is the oldest of four siblings, and in the 1970s a tragic event redefined her family. … Continue reading

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Birds in the Air by Frances O’Roark Dowell

Birds in the Air by Frances O’Roark Dowell is a wonderful story. I loved the book from the first page to the last page. The book involves a woman whose family moves to a small town in the mountains. Her husband and daughter settle … Continue reading

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Bury the Living by Jodi McIsaac

Bury the Living by Jodi McIsaac is a historical fiction book with a little bit of fantasy. Nora O’Reilly has a knack for getting into trouble. That’s not good when she lives in Ireland’s Troubles. After losing her family, Nora … Continue reading

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