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We peddle primarily in romance here, but with the holidays nearly upon us, it’s a good time to consider some genres outside of your comfort zone. Books generally make for terrific gifts. Even if you have some family members or friends who aren’t avid readers, the right book on the right topic can usually get them interested. Read Full Post

Romance Book Review: Nights at Seaside

Nocturnal Waves

Nights at Seaside continues this steamy, sexy, fun-filled series with Earthy Sky Lacroux finding her love-match with boxer Sawyer Bass. Their chemistry is off-the-charts, and they are so perfect for each other that the swiftness of the relationship takes nothing away from the story. Instead if showcases Foster’s talent at getting to the point without sacrificing the relationship development.  Read Full Review

Romance Book Review: With This Christmas Ring

Wedding Chimes

 

Merry left Alex five years ago without an explanation. He’s longed for her since then, and although she’s never told him, he’s sure his controlling grandmother had something to do with Merry leaving. When Merry returns to try to find Alex’s cousin, who married and fathered a child by Merry’s now deceased friend, she has no choice but to come face-to-face with the only man she’s ever loved. Read Full Review

 

 

 

 

 

FAIRY TALE ROMANCE SERIES by

MELANIE DICKERSON

 

Series Spotlight: The Healers Apprentice
Series Spotlight: The Merchant's Daughter
Series Spotlight: The Fairest Beauty
Series Spotlight: The Captive Maiden
Series Spotlight: The Princess Spy

Historical

Western

Suspense

Sports

Contemporary

Introduction and Notes by Dr Jeff Wallace, University of Glamorgan Lawrence's finest, most mature novel initially met with disgust and incomprehension. In the love affairs of two sisters, Ursula with Rupert, and Gudrun with Gerald, critics could only see a sorry tale of sexual depravity and philosophical obscurity. Women in Love is, however, a profound response to a whole cultural crisis. Source: https://www.amazon.com/Women-Love-Wordsworth-Classics-Lawrence/dp/185326007X

Gwyn's bookshelf: read

Earls Just Want to Have Fun
The Hellion and The Heartbreaker
Marked By the Wolf: Part 1
Voyage In His Arms
Devil in Winter
Cover of Night
Snowbound Summer
Kissed at Midnight
No Cure for Love
My Lady Rogue
Earls Just Want to Have Fun
My Fair Lily
Highland Surrender
Hold on My Heart
Love Without End
Always Right
Kiss Me Forever
Voyage In His Arms: 2
Voyage In His Arms: 3
Saving Grapes


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