Women’s Fiction is many things, with many labels and definitions. For me, it’s a good story that appeals to women, written by both men and women. It can be serious, sad, funny, heartwarming or heartbreaking. Some have a HEA, while others do not. I read them all. I’ve recently read a few that romance readers might also love, and may even consider to be a tried and true romance.
Jane Porter is no stranger to romance, but she’s also written a lot of women’s Fiction. Her most recent book, The Good Daughter, is the second book in her Brennan Sisters Trilogy and is totally romantic. The first book of the series, The Good Woman, is more in the women's fiction line, but still enjoyable.
The Good Daughter's Kit Brennan is tired of being the most predictable, grounded sister of their tight knit clan. Her fortieth birthday is right around the corner, and she's just broken up with the man she spent ten years living with. He never got around to popping the question, and never seemed like he was going to.