I've already finished listening to two of the three books I got from the library last week (I'm quite a way through the third too). So I thought I'd post reviews of them for anyone who's interested.
The first was "Jessie" by Anna Jacobs, which is the story of the life of a girl named "Jessie Burton" and all the things she had to go through in her life. It starts from when her father is forced to marry her mother because he's gotten her pregnant, and continues as Jessie grows up, goes to school, gets a job, then falls in love with a man her mother (and most other people) don't aprove of. I don't think I can say any more without telling the story and/or giving too much away. Anyway, it was a fantastic story.
The other one was "Special Delivery" by Zoe Barnes. This one is about two sisters ("Alison" and "Miranda") who aren't even slightly alike or close to one another. Alison has a husband, two kids and no money. Miranda has a husband and loads of money, but no kids. Alison is jealous of her sister, until she learns that Miranda doesn't have the one thing she really wants... A baby. Miranda wantds a baby more than anything else in the world, so she asks Alison to have one for her. This one was a pretty good book too.