Death said the Gypsy Queen

A Lily Gayle Lambert Mystery Book 4
By Susan Boles

Death said the Gypsy Queen by Susan Boles is the fourth book in Boles' Lily Gayle Lambert Mystery series. The story begins with Lily Gayle retrieving her late husband's red 1965 Mustang from storage. The Mustang had been sitting in storage for eight years. With...

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Deseré

A Love Story of the American South
By Maria McKenzie

Deseré: A Love Story of the American South is written by Maria McKenzie. When Deseré’s kindly owner, Jeremy, dies after a fall from his horse, Deseré’s dreams of marrying William, a slave from a neighboring plantation, are ended by her new owner, a Northerner and...

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Dance Like You Mean It

By Jeanne Skartsiaris

Dance Like You Mean It by Jeanne Skartsiaris is a fun, quick read sure to please fans of women’s fiction. Cassie Calabria is a wife, mother, nurse, and all around people pleaser. She feels content, but somewhat stuck in the everyday, and so she decides...

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Dancing Near The Edge

A psychological thriller with an edge
By Rose D. Franklyn

Could you imagine your wife or husband suggesting, out of the blue, that the two of you should have an “open relationship”, enjoying sexual flings with no guilt and only 3 conditions, one of which is not to discuss your current hookup? That’s what Julia...

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Diary of Margery Blake

By P J Roscoe

If you’re a modern woman reading Diary of Margery Blake by PJ Roscoe, don’t be surprised if you cringe at what you read in Margery’s diary. Even though this is fiction, it’s based on historical facts, especially on society’s attitudes towards females in the 19th...

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Dreaming of Oranges

An Unreliable Memoir
By Marcelline Thomson

Dreaming of Oranges: An Unreliable Memoir by Marcelline Thomson is a memoir that captures the spirit of adventure in two young women. In a story set in 1961, readers are introduced to two gutsy young women, just graduated from an exclusive college in Westchester. Instead...

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Dating Daisy

By Daisy Mae

Dating Daisy written by Daisy Mae relates Daisy's experiences as she first joins one on line dating site, then a few more. Her father is appalled. Her daughter is not so encouraging in the beginning. Daisy's experiences are both heart breakers and humorous. She shares...

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Downriver

A Tale of Moving Pictures Before Hollywood
By Evan Anderson

Downriver: A Tale of Moving Pictures Before Hollywood by Evan Anderson is a historical novel that follows the life of Anne Blackstone, a woman who witnessed the birth of the movie industry, working behind the scenes at a time before Hollywood. She lost her father...

Degrees of Love

A Novel
By Lisa Slabach

Degrees of Love by Lisa Slabach is her debut novel, but I would have never guessed that. I was immediately hooked by the story, and I couldn’t stop swiping frantically at my Kindle to see how the story unfolded. We follow Susan Sinclair, a wife,...

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Deviant Agendas

By Katherine Smith Dedrick

Deviant Agendas: A Victoria Rodessa Legal Thriller by Katherine Smith Dedrick is Volume 1 of the V-Files. Victoria Rodessa has graduated from law school and has gone to join Acker, Smith & McGowen, one of the top international law firms that pushes female lawyers to...

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