Monday, March 17, 2014


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JEAN JOACHIM (Contemporary Romance)
The Scent of Love
Jory hesitated on the steps of Jonas Hospital. Her hands were sweating.
IRIS BLOBEL (Sports Romance)
His arm circled her waist and she placed her hands lightly against his chest. Warmth pooled in his chest, stirring a reaction he hadn't felt in far too many years.
TRISHA FAYE(Historical Fiction)
“See,” Helen said, giggling. She pointed to Mae’s behind. “See that swing Mae’s got.”
SARAH CASS (Historical Romance)
“That’s because they were hoping for love and marriage to be taken away from this so-called horrible life as a worker. I, however, have no designs for the life of a wife.”
V. L. LOCEY(M/M Historical)
The steam engine`s whistle pierced the air. Massive steel linkages connecting one box car to another slammed into each other.
JILLIAN CHANTAL (Contemporary)
“In a clinical, medical way?”
“Looks like someone has been working out or have I lost that much weight?”
MORGAN K. WYATT (Contemporary Romance)
If she got out more, she might meet someone who was secure in his masculinity. Her first challenge would be to figure out how to do that.
"Yes.  She was sent to you every day with one command - to do whatever it took to convince you to obey my wishes.  Even seduce you."
He hid behind the snowbank, his desire to go into the singers home was strong, but it was enough that he now knew where she lived.
DAVEE JONES (Contemporary Romance)
Nights Under Shining Armor
 “I don’t know a thing about the Renaissance period. But, the clothes are cool.” Audrey Ryan lifted her skirt away from her feet and did a slight pirouette in the dressing room.

KATHLEEN BALL (Western Romance)
The first thing she saw was Belle leaning over her. “What? Did something happen?”

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