Tag Archives | Women’s Fiction

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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Murder, Mystery and Dating Mayhem by D.E. Haggerty

My name is Izzy. I drink too much, am clumsier than a newborn foal, and my brain-to-mouth filter often malfunctions. My best friend Jack has decided it’s time I jump back in the dating pool. Just when things in the dating world start to heat up, my grandma dies. Did someone really kill grandma or am I and my merry band of geriatric thieves imagining things?

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Cooper Moon: The Calling by Cheryl Shireman

It is often said that the course of true love never runs smooth. This is certainly the case in the love affair of Cooper and Sally Moon. From the moment she fell in love with Cooper Moon, Sally learned that holding onto the most attractive man in town is never easy. Now, despite a long history of infidelity, in a life-altering moment, Cooper suddenly vows to change his ways. Will he?

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