Tagged: Women’s Fiction

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#FiveBlushReview #WomensFiction ~~ Big Summer by Jennifer Weiner

Rating: Big Summer by Jennifer Weiner Christina’s 5 BIG BIG Blush Review What a KNOCKOUT!! I absolutely devoured this book in all it’s delightfully juicy glory. During a time where our Nation and our World showcases a lot of doom and gloom, Jennifer Weiner brings us a BIG story about a plus-size Instagram Influencer and her complicated relationships with her best friends and herself. I loved the characters in Big Summer. Daphne and Drue are two life-long best friends with such a complicated, tumultuous relationship shedding competition, jealousy, love, and acceptance. The book reads like your favorite beach novel. Its...

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#AuthorInterview #Review ~~ On The Corner of Love And Hate by Nina Bocci

Louisa’s 4 Blush Review Slow burn, enemies to lovers and small-town romance all mixed into one…a romance reader’s dream. Cooper and Emma have been friends since childhood. As children, the mayor and governor they spent lots of time together as kids. As they grew up – things began to change, but Emma wasn’t who Cooper choose, and that changed their relationship. In college, Cooper dated Emma’s freshman roommate – they lost their way, but after college, they found themselves back in Hope Lake and working at the same job. There is some serious hate going on between these two. Cooper the ladies man and...

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#ChapterReveal #ComingSoon #Giveaway~~ On the Corner of Love and Hate by @ninabocci

  CHAPTER ONE REVEAL!   1  Thud. Whoosh. Slap.  Thud. Whoosh. Slap. The trio of irksome sounds repeated another half-dozen times. My eyes darted upward, a silent prayer falling from my lips.  Dear God, please give me the strength not to shove that tennis ball somewhere that would require surgery. Amen.  My coworker casually leaned back in his chair, his long legs outstretched and crossed at the ankles on the shiny surface of the conference room table. Beneath his brown leather loafers sat a report.  His unfinished-yet-due-tomorrow report. I marveled at his ability to multitask. It would have been more...

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#ReleaseDay #FiveBlushReview ~~ The Friend Zone by Abby Jimenez

The Friend Zone by Abby Jimenez Forever (Grand Central Publishing) Pub Date 11 Jun 2019    Louisa’s 5 Blush Review My blog partner brought this book to my attention and I am so glad I decided to read it too. It’s hard to believe that this is Abby Jimenez’s debut novel as it reads as a seasoned authors work! The initial interaction between Kristen and Josh sucked me in and didn’t let go.  Their banter was great – their friendship, their genuine “like” of each other was fantastic.  As their friendship grew into more – they never lost the “friend”...

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#WomensFiction!! Mrs. Everything by Jennifer Weiner

Rating: Christina’s 4.5 Blush Review Does this book deserve a coveted place in your stylish beach bag this year? Absolutely. Does it read like a “beach read?” Nope. It’s so much more than that. Jennifer Weiner has truly outdone herself in this sweeping, prolific novel of two sisters coming of age and finding themselves during one of the most tumultuous and evolving times in American history. Even though the story is set decades in the past, it’s so unbelievably timely and relevant. Weaving together plot lines centered on sisterhood, family, ethnicity and culture, tradition, sexuality, trauma, love and healing, Mrs....

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#EarlyReview~~The Girl He Used to Know by Tracey Garvis Graves #6BlushAlert

Rating: New York Times bestselling author of On the Island, Tracey Garvis Graves, presents the compelling, hopelessly romantic novel of unconditional love. Annika (rhymes with Monica) Rose, is an English major at the University of Illinois. Anxious in social situations where she finds most people’s behavior confusing, she’d rather be surrounded by the order and discipline of books or the quiet solitude of playing chess. Jonathan Hoffman joined the chess club and lost his first game–and his heart–to the shy and awkward, yet brilliant and beautiful Annika. He admires her ability to be true to herself, quirks and all, and accepts the challenges...