Tag Archives: women’s fiction

Erotic Stories for Punjabi Widows – Balli Kaur Jaswal

(Reviewed by Ishita RC) Everyone sees Nikki as the wayward daughter without any responsibility, but the truth is far from it. With visions of emancipating the women of the Sikh community she left behind as a self-important teenager, Nikki is … Continue reading

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Elle – Philippe Djian

(Reviewed by JD Jung) “It’s this other me coming out, though I fight it tooth and nail. It’s a me that invites confusion, flux, unexplored territories. I don’t know. I can’t screw open my head and take a look inside.” … Continue reading

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Eternal Ecstasy (The Guardians of the Realms Book 10) – Setta Jay

(Reviewed by Ishita RC) As the ruling God of Thule, Hroarr’s priority will always be his duty towards his world. Gifted with the ancient ability of sjá, he has seen the birth and destruction of hundreds of worlds, but at … Continue reading

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Defying Her Billionaire Protector – Angela Bissell

(Reviewed by Ishita RC) Marietta Vincenti might be a paraplegic, but she values her independence. So naturally her Italian temper takes full form when her brother’s best friend – private security tycoon Nicolas Cesar—decides to swoop in and take her … Continue reading

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Holding Out for a Zero-Heather Wardell

(Reviewed by Ishita RC) “I’m doing the right thing, not feeding myself. It’s the only thing I can do, so I will do it. Gloria can somehow have the energy I don’t take in, and it will help her stay … Continue reading

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Beyond the Carousel – Bette Lee Crosby

(Reviewed by Ishita RC) A family tragedy that spans over twenty years, and a detective who believes that justice has a higher power than law and is determined to make things right. “Life is like a carousel; what goes around, … Continue reading

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The House of the Soul- Annie Dawson

(Reviewed by Jeyran Main) Ella Casey is a loving mother, wife, and ambitious women. Once she meets her old friend Teri, she begins to doubt whether the path she took becoming domestic was what she was destined to do. This … Continue reading

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Pearl, MD – Marie Bartlett

(Reviewed by Jeyran Main) This book revolves around the time when a woman is not welcome to have a profession other than being a housemaid and giving birth. Men dominate and make decisions for her. If a woman decides to … Continue reading

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Under the Surface – Anne Calhoun

(Reviewed by Ishita RC) Eve Webber, the gorgeous and savvy owner of Eve Candy, may belong to the wrong side of the tracks. But she is determined to run a clean business and fix up the East Side. But her … Continue reading

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The Bucket List to Mend a Broken Heart – Anna Bell

(Reviewed by Ishita RC) Abi thought she completed her search for Mr. Right since the day Joseph entered her house. So color her surprised when the love of her life decides to dump her, just before their anniversary. When Joseph … Continue reading

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