Tag: women’s fiction

Justified

Justified

| September 13, 2018

My name is Millie Goodheart and Justified is about me and my girls. At the risk of offending anyone, I don’t give a damn what you think of me: my problems, my mistakes, my judgments, or my tactics. Harsh, maybe, but you didn’t have to live with that miserable S.O.B. Henry Goodheart, my husband, now […]

Sara Barefield

Sara Barefield

| September 7, 2018

Sara wants this baby more than she has ever wanted anything. Sara has worked her entire life to overcome the name Barefield. To be a Barefield in the rural Appalachian county where she grew up means that you are the poorest of the poor, that you are shiftless and untrustworthy, lazy and stupid. Sara has […]

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Gilded Summers

Gilded Summers

| September 5, 2018

“A lush and evocative novel of the Gilded Age period, brought vibrantly to life in this powerful work… A triumph by a masterful writer” – Anne Girard, author of Madame Picasso Pearl and Ginevra grow up in the era known as the Gilded Age in Newport, Rhode Island. One lives above the stairs, the other […]

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Mr. Pizza

Mr. Pizza

| August 22, 2018

Most people make at least one really harebrained decision in their life. Tony Piza is no exception. It’s 1973, and Tony decides he needs a carefree year off after college—with pay. So, to the shock of his tight-knit family and closest friends, he postpones law school and smooth-talks his way into a job teaching sixth […]

All But What’s Left

All But What’s Left

| August 22, 2018

A childhood marred by tragedy. An uncertain future. One summer that changes everything. After losing her mother in a tragic accident, Hannah Tatum grows up wanting nothing more than to be a good girl. At twenty-one, she has her whole future planned out. She’ll help her dad with their ranch until her childhood sweetheart finishes […]

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Minnie’s Antique & Curiosity Shoppe

Minnie’s Antique & Curiosity Shoppe

| August 19, 2018

After growing up in the back of a secondhand store, Liza swore she’d never return home. But twenty-three-year-old Liza has lost all sense of direction after her divorce. Her mother, Minnie, a product of the hippie era, now resides in an antique store, her eccentricity known to all in the small Midwestern town. To Liza’s […]

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More Than Meets the Eye

More Than Meets the Eye

| August 8, 2018

Deployment changed him, and she doesn’t know if she can live with it. After her husband returns from a deployment to Saudi Arabia, Lori Braxton begins noticing little differences in his behavior. He’s withdrawn, moody, and can’t sleep. Could it be the stress of military life after the 9/11 attack on New York? Maybe it’s […]

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No More Blood

No More Blood

| August 6, 2018

Truman Capote has only 3 hours and 45 minutes left to live.Is there time enough for him to create one last epic tale? To warp and twist and colour the Past, so the death knell Present can be accepted… as one small feminine hand reaches for another? Near Garden City, Kansas, a young girl walks […]

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A Second Chance Summer

A Second Chance Summer

| August 3, 2018

Alice knows that coming back to Cornwall means she will have to see Sam, the man she fell in love with aged 18. How will he react to her return, and what changes have the intervening ten years meant for them both? Still recovering from a toxic relationship, Alice realises she has allowed life to […]

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The Catalain Book of Secrets

The Catalain Book of Secrets

| July 16, 2018

“The Catalain Book of Secrets opens with a bang and keeps on firing off the unexpected. Think Charles deLint or Alice Hoffman…spell-binding.” ?Midwest Book Review Faith Falls is a snug little Minnesota town constructed over a mystery, a place where the most impressive building is a gorgeous Queen Anne with turrets, cantilevered gables, and a […]

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