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A Review of "Popcorn Love" by KL Hughes

A wonderful novel for hopeless romantics about finding love in the most unexpected of ways.

The Red Files by Lee Winter

Romance with a smart edge.

Long Snows Moon by Stacey Darlington

A romance with real characters who have weaknesses that you can relate to. Plus mystery, surprises, magic, and wonderful messages.

Making a Comeback by Julie Blair

A romance delicately balancing despair and loss with beautiful music and hope.

Lilies of the Bowery by Lily R. Mason

A vividly portrayed turn-of-the-century romance.

Homecoming by Susan X. Meagher

A well developed lesbian romance for those longing for a slow exploration of mutual attraction.

The Set Piece by Catherine Lane

The Set Piece is a charming romance and a great story not only about today’s homophobia in professional sports but also about people trapped within the golden cage of fame.

The Affair by Cori Kane

A compelling story of two people who are stuck in their marriages and start to question their future happiness when they come together.

T-Minus Two by KG MacGregor

A charming romance set against the toughest competition—to become the first astronauts on a one-way ticket to Mars.

Beginnings by L. T. Smith

A romance about how decisions made out of fear of what might happen affect our destinies forever, changing us deeply and making us what we are.