Tag Archives | Women’s Fiction

Closer Home by Kerry Anne King

“Closer Home is a story as memorable and meaningful as your favorite song, with a cast of characters so true-to-life you’ll be sorry to let them go.” —Sonja Yoerg, author of House Broken and Middle of Somewhere

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The Wedding Sisters by Jamie Brenner

What happens when every mother’s dream becomes a nightmare? Meryl Becker is thrilled when her oldest daughter becomes engaged to her wonderful boyfriend. But when her two daughters quickly follow with engagements of their own, planning three weddings becomes a logistical and financial strain that threatens the stability of her own marriage…

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Will You Won’t You Want Me? by Nora Zelevansky

Marjorie Plum was the most popular girl in school, but it had been a decade since anyone cared. At her bleakest, a childhood crush comes knocking and bickering with her boss — at a game-changing new job — turns flirtatious. With guidance from her Dalai Lama-like roommate and an 11-year-old tutee and Ghost of Marjorie Past, she must tackle the ultimate question: Who does Marjorie want to be?

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