This is a beautiful and powerful love story. Told through flashbacks, it depicts all of the milestones in Molly and Ryan’s relationship, linked to a kiss. It’s emotionally tumultuous, heart-wrenching and destined to become a classic.
With things not going so well, Nell decides she needs to get away and heads for San Francisco. With plenty of heart, this continues Miranda Dickinson’s run at producing stories that chick lit lovers devour.
When her carefully constructed plan falls apart, Tess heads off to Hawaii, pretending to be her photographer flatmate. The first in a series, it has all the charm and wit you’d expect in a Lindsey Kelk novel.
From the first page this story about a girl setting up a website for the broken-hearted draws you in. Emma Garcia emerges as a wonderful new voice of chick lit, with the perfect blend of genuine wit and poignant romance.
A wonderful debut about university friends reuniting for a wedding after falling out years earlier. From forbidden love to frenemies, and unrequited love to university life, it’s the sort of story that you wish would never end so you can follow the characters’ lives indefinitely.
The sequel to Cupcakes At Carrington's reintroduced all the old characters and saw Georgie try to make Christmas go as smoothly as possible. Alexandra Brown makes it easy for readers to get immersed in the department store setting.
This debut novel centres around a woman needing to reconnect with her biological mother in order to save her life. This incredibly moving read even inspired readers to consider registering as organ donors.
With the premise that people in love sometimes let go of their own dreams, this story really made readers consider their choices. What did love steal from you?
This story is about a socially challenged professor who sets out to find his perfect partner through scientific method. With its intriguing concept and relatable characters, it’s feel-good romantic comedy at its best.
This debut is a clever story about Rachel whose life falls apart in a single moment. With two competing narratives, it keeps the reader on their toes until the very end. Utterly absorbing.
Despite many readers fatigued from all the erotica hype, the positive word about this book spread quickly. Written under a pseudonym, the story focuses on a book club whose erotic reads spice up their lives.
Cecelia stumbles across a letter in the attic from her husband - addressed to her in the event of his death. Should she open it? This story builds to a heart-wrenching climax. It is no secret that Liane Moriarty is a brilliant storyteller and this novel about the repercussions of guilt and dark secrets is one of her best.
The Bridget Jones juggernaut gained steam after the much-anticipated sequel was announced and it was revealed that Bridget was returning as a fiftyish mother. Then came the shock news that Mark Darcy was dead. Some readers loved the book, some readers not so much. But no one could ignore it.
The Gilmore Girls actress penned a much-raved-about story about a struggling actress trying to make it in New York. The storyline was entertaining, the dialogue brilliant.
When you pick up a Lisa Jewell book, her compelling narrative reminds you just how good writing can be. This story is centred around the family of free-spirited Lorelei, and the events that lead to them all going their separate ways. All handled with utmost sensitivity.