Wild Nights

By Mary Ellen Courtney

When we first meet Hannah, she is fighting traffic on her way to her grandmother's funeral. She is bringing her grandmother's embalmed canary, which, according to family legend, alerted her grandfather to toxic fumes in the coal mine her grandmother owned. Hannah is dreading the...

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Work in Progress

By Christina Esdon

Reese Morgan is a psychologist in Westwood General’s psych ward, but volunteers some of her time to the patients and their families in the children’s ward. However, that ward is about to be closed down and children will be transferred to a nearby hospital that...

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Water's End

A Love Rediscovered
By Jessica Deforest

A middle-aged woman looks back at her time in the past: married, trapped in a loveless marriage while she compensates for her loneliness with food. Suddenly Anne finds herself attracted to a new workmate, David, who shows her the kind of affection she has not...

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What the Dog Ate

By Jackie Bouchard

Maggie's beloved dog Kona is not acting right, so Maggie takes him to the veterinarian. An operation on Kona's stomach reveals that he has eaten a pair of scanty silk panties, nothing that Maggie owns or wears. Whoops! When Maggie confronts her longtime husband, Dave,...

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When Red Is Blue

By Sabrynne McLain

Kate Faraday always felt a bit of shame where her parents were concerned. It was tough growing up with an alcoholic father and a mother who suffered from mental illness. Added to the dysfunction was the fact that her parents lived in separate houses, but...

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Walking Fish

By Joanne Bodin

"Walking Fish" by Joanne Bodin is gritty yet touching contemporary fiction. Artist Talia, a nonconformist by any standards, has had a difficult life. Losing custody of her daughter Sophie when she was five following an unpleasant divorce, Talia has been shut out of her child's...

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Walking with Elephants

By Karen S. Bell

"Walking with Elephants" by Karen S Bell is chick lit for older women. Let’s call it hen lit. That immediately makes it more complex since Suze is not only having to cope with career and personal insecurities, but also with her family. Her life is...

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Wanting to be Jackie Kennedy

By Elizabeth Kern

Wanting to Be Jackie Kennedy a Novel by Elizabeth Kern This book reads like the life story of the protagonist. She goes back to her teen years and walks us through all the way to the present. This is a book that inspires us to have...

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Wedlocked

By Bonnie Trachtenberg

"Wedlocked" begins at the wedding of 36 year old Rebekkah Ross who recently returned to her NY home after following her dream to Hollywood and into the arms of casting director Evan Shayes. As the unfortunate and unforgettable events of her "wedding of the century"...

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Who Got Liz Gardner

By Elizabeth Allen

"Who Got Liz Gardner" by Elizabeth Allen is about a young woman growing up in the 70's and as she matures into a woman through the 80's and 90's. She desperately tries not to follow in her mother's footsteps (married 5 times and still looking...

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