In these novels, we get to follow the lives of women who are trying to seek happiness. Each has their own method for making it through the world of careers, friendship, and love. These books are funny, heart-warming and full of the awkward moments that come with day to day life. Many of these books have also been made into motion pictures to take their charming stories to the movie screen.
By Helen Fielding
In this hilarious and sweet novel, we follow a year in the life of Bridget Jones as she sets out on a journey of self-improvement. Her goals: Lose weight, go to the gym, stop smoking, and enter into an adult relationship. Outcome: laugh-out -loud moments and a heartwarming story. This 1996 novel was written by author Helen Fielding. She lives in London and has written a number of novels including several sequels to the Bridget Jones story.
By Lauren Weisberger
Written by Lauren Weisberger and published in 2003 this is the story of Andrea Sachs and the boss from hell. Andrea scores the job of a lifetime when she graduates college, working as the assistant to Miranda, editor of Runway magazine. But Andrea finds every day to be a new and often outrageous test as Miranda almost expects her to read her mind and get her anything at the drop of a hat. Andrea perceivers with her eye on her future but this job may just kill her before she gets there.
By Cecelia Ahern
Holly had found happiness with her husband Gerry, but that came crashing down around her when Gerry succumbed to a terminal illness. Her friends and family come around to support and her help her through this difficult time of her life. Along with them comes an unexpected helper. Holly receives letters from Gerry that he wrote prior to his death in order to help her continue on with her life and be happy again. This book was written in 2003 by Cecelia Ahern. She is a writer who lives in Dublin. She has published many novels now and her books have been published in 50 countries.
By Sophie Kinsella
Everyone has secrets we choose to keep from the world, little things. Emma Corrigan certainly does but one day she finds herself spilling all of these secrets to a stranger seated next to her on a plane. Unfortunately for Emma this stranger turns out to be the CEO of the company she works for. His name is Jack Harper and he knows every embarrassing secret about Emma. Now she has to wait and see what he will do. This book was written by Sophie Kinsella in 2003. She is an English author of many best-selling books.
By Emily Griffin
Rachel is a good person who is always kind and considerate, she would never do anything to her the people she cares about, that is until her 30th birthday. Rachel wakes up the next day with a terrible hangover and in bed next to her best friend Darcy’s fiancé. She tries to leave this one night stand behind but as the wedding gets closer Rachel realized she might just be in love with this man. But choosing between the love of the perfect man and the love of your best friend gets complicated. Written in 2004 by Emily Griffin, this novel is sweet, funny, and full of the bonds of friendship.