Womens Fiction

Women's fiction is an umbrella term for books that are marketed to female readers, and includes many mainstream novels, romantic fiction, "chick lit," and other sub genres. It is distinct from Women's writing, which refers to literature written by (rather than promoted to) women. There exists no comparable label in English for works of fiction that are marketed to males.
The Romance Writers of America organization defines women's fiction as, "a commercial novel about a woman on the brink of life change and personal growth. Her journey details emotional reflection and action that transforms her
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Malibu Rising
The Soulmate Equation
That Summer
Mary Jane
The Newcomer
Just Last Night
Legacy
The Most Beautiful Girl in Cuba
The Secret Bridesmaid
Last Summer at the Golden Hotel
An Invincible Summer (Wyndham Beach #1)
The Invisible Husband of Frick Island
It Had to Be You
The Summer of Lost and Found (Beach House, #7)
The Siren
These Tangled Vines
Golden Girl
The Seven Day Switch
Legacy
The Venice Sketchbook
Seven Perfect Things
That Summer
The Mother-in-Law
The Good Sister
The Next Wife
In Five Years
Last Day
When We Believed in Mermaids
The Newcomer
28 Summers
The Help by Kathryn StockettRoom by Emma DonoghueLove You Forever by Robert MunschThe Kite Runner by Khaled HosseiniMy Sister's Keeper by Jodi Picoult
Great Books for Mom or Any Woman
436 books — 387 voters
I've Got Your Number by Sophie KinsellaCan You Keep a Secret? by Sophie KinsellaThe Undomestic Goddess by Sophie KinsellaRemember Me? by Sophie KinsellaTwenties Girl by Sophie Kinsella
No Young Adult Best Chick Lit Reads
480 books — 452 voters

Atomic Summer by Elaine D WalshHow Should a Person Be? by Sheila HetiGone Girl by Gillian FlynnNW by Zadie SmithThe Earthquake Machine by Mary Pauline Lowry
Best Women's Fiction 2012
5 books — 10 voters
Don't Close Your Eyes by Lynessa LayneComplicated Moonlight by Lynessa LayneStratagem by Christina HagmannThe Handmaid's Tale by Margaret AtwoodCaught by Christina J. Michaels
Women's Fiction by Strong Women
58 books — 52 voters

Cheating to Survive by Christine ArdigoSam Certainly Can by Bridgitte LesleyLegal Briefs by N.M. SilberDon't Close Your Eyes by Lynessa LayneDominoes by C.B. Blaha
Indie book best discoveries
293 books — 405 voters
The Whistling Season by Ivan DoigMy Name Is Asher Lev by Chaim PotokThe Three Musketeers by Alexandre DumasLife Among the Savages by Shirley JacksonGaudy Night by Dorothy L. Sayers
Best SA-Free Historical Fiction
26 books — 6 voters

Big Little Lies
The Husband's Secret
Me Before You (Me Before You, #1)
The Help
Firefly Lane (Firefly Lane, #1)
What Alice Forgot
Confessions of a Shopaholic (Shopaholic, #1)
Bridget Jones's Diary (Bridget Jones, #1)
My Sister's Keeper

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