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Between Sisters [review]

Cassie has spent her married life doing everything right – making sure her children have the perfect life, being a devoted wife to her husband and a dutiful daughter-in-law to his mother, even when her patience has been tested.

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I'm out

I’m out. Of money, that is. It’s official. I went to the grocery store today to pick up some essentials and I got the dreaded “Insufficient Funds” screen on the debit machine. 205 more words



Fractured by Catherine McKenzie (Suspense)

This psychological thriller is hard to put down. From the beginning, we know that something tragic has happened in the new neighborhood where best-selling author Julie Apple has moved with her husband and young twins. 293 more words

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Review - 'A Mother's Confession' by Kelly Rimmer (@KelRimmerWrites; @bookouture)

Warning: May contain minor spoilers.

To the outside world it seemed as though David and Olivia had the perfect marriage. A successful businessman, elected to the Town Council, David was highly respected around town, and Olivia was a highly popular vet. 1,000 more words

Contemporary Literature

Cranford, by Elizabeth Gaskell

I have just laid down one of the most delightful books in the English language. This was my third pass through it, chuckling, sighing in satisfaction over a perfect turn of phrase, exclaiming, or weeping all the way. 227 more words

Unforgettable Older Novels

The Guineveres

The Guineveres by Sarah Domet (Contemporary Women’s Literature)

Four teenagers, each named Guinevere, end up together in a home for girls run by Catholic nuns. Abandoned by their families for various reasons, Gwen, Ginny, Win, and Vere bond as a result of their common name and do their best to cover each others’ backs as they struggle with the austere convent life. 353 more words

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The Woman In The Window is not about relationships.  It’s about the delicious ache in the bottom of your belly — that sweet primeval that won’t go away; the wolf of our emotions, hungry and hunting.  305 more words