Chick-lit

The Road Trip, by Beth O’Leary

Addie and her sister have planned the perfect road trip to their friend’s wedding in Scotland, the snacks are packed and the playlist ready. But shortly after setting off, someone drives into the back of their Mini. The other drive is none other than Dylan, Addie’s ex, who she hasn’t seen or spoken to since their traumatic break-up two years ago. Dylan and his best friend were on their way to the same wedding, but now their car is a wreck. Addie and her sister have no choice but to offer them a lift. Soon the tiny car is full of luggage and limbs, tension and secrets. With three hundred miles ahead of them, Addie and Dylan can’t avoid confronting the messy end of their relationship. But is it really the end of the road for these two? Read More »

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The Cows, by Dawn O’Porter

Tara, Cam and Stella are very different. And yet, in a world where women are constantly judged and held to unreasonable standards, there’s something about being a woman which creates invisible bonds. When an extraordinary event rocks Tara’s world and plunges her into online infamy, the three women’s worlds collide in ways they could never have imagined. Read More »

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Our Stop, by Laura Jane Williams

We’ve all missed trains before, but what if by missing a train, you almost missed the love of your life?
Nadia is determined to get her life back on track, and one of her goals is to catch the 7.30 train to work. She usually manages, unless she has had a little too much wine the night before and oversleeps. Daniel never oversleeps and always catches that train, mostly because he has had trouble sleeping ever since his Dad died. Nadia and her friends love the Missed Connections column in the newspaper. One day, one particular entry catches their eye: “To the cute girl with the coffee stains on her dress…”. Could it really be meant for her? And can Nadia find this mysterious admirer and open her heart to love again? Read More »

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Firefly Lane, by Kristin Hannah

Kate and Tully have been best friends since they were both 13 and lived across the street from one another. But even at that age, they could not have been more different; Kate was shy and uncool, with a loving family who embarrassed her at every turn; Tully was the coolest girl in the world, popular and ambitious, but nursing a secret heartache caused by her mother’s addiction and abandonment. Nonetheless, they saw something in each other and forged a bond that would last into the new Millennium.
Tully’s ambition has taken her to the dizzying heights of fame as a TV news anchor and now with her own daytime talk show. Kate realised early on that a life of fame and fortune was not for her. Her ambition was to fall in love and have children. What she did not expect, however, was how achieving this goal would change her forever. Throughout all of this, Tully and Kate have stuck together, supporting one another through thick and thin. But even the strongest friendships can be tested. Read More »

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