Welcome Fall With Women’s Fiction
by Karen Green
The transition from summer to fall can be a tricky one:
On one hand, summer’s fun, sunny days and long, warm nights are over.
On the other hand:
Books and sweater weather.
It’s hard to be too upset about a season that beckons us back outside to enjoy the crisp air, changing colors and all things cozy.
And what better way to welcome the autumn than with a great women’s fiction book to lose yourself in from one of your favorite authors.
As You Wish by Jude Deveraux
We’re going to begin looking at books to help usher in the fall by asking, if you had the opportunity to go back and change a decision you made a long time ago, knowing it could change the course of your entire life, would you? Well, that’s the question that three women, all strangers to each other but with more in common than they ever could have imagined, get to answer in Jude Deveraux’s AS YOU WISH.
Virgin River by Robyn Carr
Perfect for fall, this story features a nurse looking for a new start in a remote town tucked into the redwoods in Northern California and the people she meets who help make it feel like home.
The One Who Stays by Toni Blake
On Summer Island, they say the summers are easy and the winters are cozy—but we think fall is the perfect time to discover this tale of a resort town inn and the people who spend time visiting, working and falling in love there.
Just Breathe by Susan Wiggs
Fall is also the time to go outside and take a deep breath of the cooling, fresh air, so it just makes sense that this story of a woman who must stop and take stock of the changes that have taken place in her life, is on our list of women’s fiction to help usher in the fall.
Finding Home Again by Brenda Jackson
And last on our list of women’s fiction reads to help you usher in the fall is FINDING HOME AGAIN by Brenda Jackson, the latest in the Catalina Cove series.
Fall is all about all things cozy and homey and this story shows us that you can go home again—especially if the woman you are still in love with is there, and maybe even willing to give you a second chance.
So don’t cry because summer is almost over. Smile because these five great women’s fiction reads—will have you wishing that the crisp, cozy days of fall and fall reading, would last forever.