Category Archives: Women’s Fiction

My Book Review of The Prince and the Troll (Faraway collection)

The Prince and the Troll by Rainbow Rowell My rating: 5 of 5 stars Wow – An Enchanting Modern Fairy Tale This was a profound story. A modern fairy tale that made me laugh, filled me with sadness, and was thought-provoking. The imagery was as powerful as the connection between the characters. There was a darkness and a hope to

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My Book Review of Pushing Up Daisies

Pushing Up Daisies by Katherine Hayton My rating: 5 of 5 stars A Cozy Read I enjoyed this story. It was a good mystery surrounded by interesting friendships and caring hearts. Plus, there was a cat, so that’s a win! The characters were charming. I loved how diverse the Willow, Harmony, and Reg were from each other, yet they had

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My Book Review of ONE CHRISTMAS: An Anglesey Story

ONE CHRISTMAS: An Anglesey Story by Karen J. Mossman My rating: 5 of 5 stars A Moving Holiday Tale I read the original version of this book in December 2019 and enjoyed it (see review HERE). Since then, Karen has developed the story into a fuller tale that runs you through a gamut of emotions, drawing laughter and tears. When

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New Release – ONE CHRISTMAS: An Anglesey Story

An emotional Christmas tale just in time for your holiday shopping! ONE CHRISTMAS: An Anglesey Story is the first installment in a new collection of heartwarming short stories, An Anglesey Collection, from author Karen J. Mossman about the life and times in Anglesey, Wales.

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Between February and November by Patti Lee

Between February and November The newest novel from Firebird Book Award Winner, Patti Lee Released and published by Rockhill PublishingThe book is available worldwide in paperback and e-format From Firebird Book Award winning author, Patti Lee, her debut novel “Between February and November” delves into the messy uncertainty of long-term marriages. Being in the wrong place at the right time

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