Category: Women’s fiction

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Funny Story | By Emily Henry

Funny Story is yet another Emily Henry romance that  is made up of two vastly different yet vibrant and flawed central characters.

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The Irish Goodbye | By Amy Ewing

The Irish Goodbye is all about how two broken hearts mend each other and find love. If you are looking for a novel that talks about healing and moving on with a bit of an Irish charm and romance, this is your pick.

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Della and Darby | By Susannah B Lewis

Della and Darby is a book that you can pick up if you’ve ever felt like you were meandering in life and suddenly one day you look back and realise that despite what happened you are exactly where you should have been even if it wasn’t part of your plan.

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The Fine Print | By Lauren Asher

The Fine Print was a one time romance read for me. If you can turn your gaze away from the slightly problematic start of the romance, you might actually end up enjoying this one.

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Unfortunately Yours | By Tessa Bailey

If you are picking up Unfortunately Yours, thinking you will get a fun, steamy rom-com and you can escape life for a few hours, you are absolutely right.

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Wedding Bell Time | By Sophie Toovey

Michael and Jen got their happily ever after in Bell Time. However, in this book, they explore the tricky subject of what comes after.

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Mile High | By Liz Tomforde

When I picked up Mile High, I was looking for a fun romantic comedy to escape. It provided me with a wholesome story that is quite enjoyable.

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A Winter in New York | By Josie Silver

While romance is a big part of A Winter in New York, it is actually a romantic take on Iris’s life in New York. The book is more about her fresh start and the grief and trauma that she left behind.