Award Winning / Domestic Fiction / Fiction / Karen / Psychological / Suspense/Thriller / Women's Fiction

Truly Madly Guilty by Liane Moriarty

Truly Madly Guilty, Moriarty’s newest, has probably the least shock value as her others. I do not mean there is no shock value, just not as much as usual. It all starts with a barbeque. A simple, summer pleasure that happens all over the world every day. Friends get together, someone cooks, someone brings drinks, … Continue reading

Karen / Literary Fiction / Mainstream Fiction / Women's Fiction / Young Adult

Faithful by Alice Hoffman

It is a difficult to determine if Alice Hoffman’s newest novel, Faithful, is a teen novel with an adult theme or an adult novel that feels like a teen read. When the novel begins, the main character, Shelby Richmond, is a typical teen that has just had her life completely upended when tragedy strikes. This … Continue reading

Award Winning / Karen / Women's Fiction

Eight Hundred Grapes: A Novel by Laura Dave

The best way to describe Eight Hundred Grapes by Laura Dave – interesting. Interesting characters, interesting location, interesting plot line, etc. Even the title is interesting – eight hundred grapes (according to the author) is the number of grapes needed to make a bottle of wine. This is the story of thirty-year-old Georgia Ford, a woman … Continue reading