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A blue-blood grandmother and her black-sheep granddaughter discover they are truly two sides of the same coin.

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Responsibility isnít just a word. Itís his Code of Honor. But she's a challenge!

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Coming of Age is tough

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Can she forgive him?


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The Sisters of the Winter Wood
by Rena Rossner
"Will their bond as sisters prove stronger than a curse?"
Posted August 15, 2019

Liba and Laya have long known a peaceful and lonely life in Dubossary, a shtetl on the border of Ukraine and Moldova. One night, their father's hidden history comes barrelling through a door in a form of an uncle they never knew and of untold secrets that eventually Read more...

by Laura L. Sullivan
"Her moniker is destined for greatness..."
Posted August 15, 2019

In the early 17th century, Clarice Paget, a daughter of a minor nobleman and an escaped Parisienne woman is being raised in Yorkshire with her mother while her power-hungry father goes gallivanting about the countryside. But unlike other young ladies, Clarice learns things that are not seen as Read more...

The Golden Wolf
by Linnea Hartsuyker
"Will they uphold the legacy, or destroy it?"
Posted August 1, 2019

It has been almost two decades since the events of THE SEA QUEEN by Linnea Hartsuyker, and our beloved heroes have greatly aged; when before cohesion seamlessly united King Harald Tanglehair's Norse Kingdom, cracks have appeared and it is up to Read more...

The Way of Beauty
by Camille Di Maio
"A beautiful tale of history, love and family"
Posted July 15, 2019

At the turn of the century in New York City, Vera Keller, a daughter of German immigrants, has fallen in love with Angelo Bellavia, son of the Italian immigrants. The two have always been close, but since their meeting and friendship, Vera has harbored less than sisterly emotions towards Read more...

Queen for a Day
by Maxine Rosaler
"An intimate portrait of parents with autistic children"
Posted July 15, 2019

When a child is born, the expectations of growth and milestones are taken for granted by parents whose children meet them in the required timeslot. It is expected by life that children grow up, mature, and eventually continue the cycle of humanity. But for every healthy child, there is Read more...

The Other Mrs. Miller
by Allison Dickson
"A Hidden tornado within the covers..."
Posted July 15, 2019

Phoebe Noble Miller is the only heiress of Daniel Noble, a recently disgraced millionaire who has passed away. Due to her father's insidious nature of crimes, Phoebe has no choice but to become a recluse within her own house, doing very little but drinking, eating ice scream and Read more...

Her Secret Son
by Hannah Mary McKinnon
"Her death opens up a Pandora's Box..."
Posted June 20, 2019

Who knew that a desire to adopt a seven-year-old boy as a formality could result in a house of cards falling down? Joshua Anderson has long been in love with his girlfriend of seven years, Grace and her son Logan. But after Grace's accidental death, Joshua decides Read more...

by Randy Susan Meyers
"Can weight loss really solve everyone's problem?"
Posted June 6, 2019

Weight gain. Two words that are capable of crushing women's egos, and like wrecking balls looking to strike buildings, these two words also wreak havoc on how we see ourselves as well as our bodies and the threads of relationships that tie us to the rest of the humanity Read more...

Cape May
by Chip Cheek
"Reminiscent of The Great Gatsby..."
Posted May 7, 2019

In September in 1957, recent newlyweds from Georgia, Henry and Effie arrive in Cape May, New Jersey for their honeymoon. But the summer season is over and the town is deserted of tourists and entertainment. Thinking of cutting their honeymoon short to go back to Georgia, Henry and Effie end Read more...

The Bookshop of the Broken Hearted
by Robert Hillman
"Finding love in unexpected places..."
Posted May 7, 2019

In 1960s Australia, Tom Hope, a farmer, has recently suffered the abandonment for the third time by his impulsive wife Trudy and his stepson Peter, who he raised as his own ever since Trudy came back pregnant with another man's child. But this time, the separation might be more Read more...

Mother Country
by Irina Reyn
"What is the meaning of mother and motherhood in a tale of immigration?"
Posted May 2, 2019

Nadezhda "Nadiya" Borodinskaya, an ethnic Russian from Ukraine is not a definition of a successful and well-made immigrant. She works as a part-time nanny for a spoiled and pampered young charge named Sasha and her Russian-American mother Regina, and as a senior citizen home attendant to Russian Read more...

The Queen of Hearts
by Kimmery Martin
"Casualties and secrets..."
Posted March 17, 2019

From the late 1990s when they met at a medical school, Zadie Anson and Emma Colley were always the best of friends, being there for each other through thick and thin. On the surface, the two appear to be happy with their friendship, but what will happen when a long Read more...

Woman 99
by Greer Macallister
"Finding her sister is only the first step..."
Posted March 7, 2019

Charlotte Smith leaves her comfortable life in 1880s San Francisco under the guise of visiting her aunt in Newport, RI. What her parents do not realize is that Charlotte is attempting to infiltrate the Goldengrove Asylum, where her beloved older sister, Phoebe, has been confined for years by their parents Read more...

The Secret of Clouds
by Alyson Richman
"An inspiring and uplifting tale of learning, literature, and humanity..."
Posted February 13, 2019

In April of 1986 in the former USSR, everyone is surprised by the sudden warmth and heatwave of the weather, hardly suspecting a tragedy... This tragedy will have many repercussions for Katya and Sasha, a young couple who immigrate to America, especially when their son Yuri is born with a Read more...

The Woman in the Window
by A.J. Finn
"More Twisted than a Roller coaster Ride"
Posted February 12, 2019

Dr. Anna Fox, a psychologist, suffers from severe agoraphobia and spends her days and nights in her house with little to no human contact aside from her husband and daughter; her other hobbies include her wine, numerous pills and drugs and old horror movies as well as her computer where Read more...

Speak No Evil
by Uzodinma Iweala
Posted February 12, 2019

One day, when Meredith presses Niru to push their friendship further, Niru, a Nigerian-American male who happens to be a talented athlete as well as someone destined for Harvard, comes to a realization about himself: he is gay. When Meredith attempts to help him, her efforts land Niru into Read more...

My Sister's Bones
by Nuala Ellwood
"The thin line between reality and fantasy..."
Posted February 12, 2019

Kate is a young and talented war reporter who has recently ended up in a mental hospital and will only be out within few days. Haunted by her experiences while reporting as well as images she saw when she came back home, Kate has issues with trying to realize what Read more...

Kings of Broken Things
by Theodore Wheeler
"The Summer of the Race Riots in 1919..."
Posted February 12, 2019

In 1919 in Omaha Nebraska on the fictional street of Clandish, a young Caucasian woman was raped by a man of African-American origins. In retaliation, a race riot took place where numerous characters were caught up in its aftereffects. What had happened to lead up to the race riot Read more...

The Art of Keeping Secrets
by Rachael Johns
"Can secrets destroy friendship or build it up?"
Posted February 12, 2019

Neve, Emma and Flick are the best of friends and believe that they know everything there is to know about one another. However, just as their sons are about to graduate high school, their "perfect" lives start to implode as they have to deal with major crises involving marriage, motherhood Read more...

The Hidden Light of Northern Fires
by Daren Wang
"Fighting for good when outnumbered"
Posted February 12, 2019

Inspired by a teacher to do something and not just stand idly by, in 1860s, Mary Willis, a college educated young lady makes a choice to begin helping in an abolitionist cause, although that's not a popular stance or idea in her small community, in Town Line, New York Read more...

Svetlana Libenson

Currently I am a contributor to Fresh Fiction, and I have my own blog where I read and review all sorts of books. My loves are historical fiction, literary fiction, multicultural fiction, women's fiction, psychological and some Mysteries. Genres I don't review are science fiction, Christian/ inspirational fiction and Nonfiction. I live with my parents and son in Texas area.

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