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  1. Blood Song
    Blood Song
    by Jenny Doe

    Rating: 3.8/5 (437 votes cast)

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    Book 3 in The Iron Trilogy. Jack is gone, but his army of blood drinking vampires remains, and now there is someone else in charge. Mark disappears, and Angus and Oliver launch a desperate search for him before he is gone forever.

    Categories: Contemporary Romance, Fantasy & Paranormal Romance, Vampire Romance

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  2. Breathless: In Love With An Alpha Billionaire (A Sample)
    Breathless: In Love With An Alpha Billionaire (A Sample)
    by Shani Greene-Dowdell

    Rating: 2.7/5 (178 votes cast)

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    It's so hard to breathe when there's no air… Walking out of a coffee shop, minding her own business, Destiny never intends to crash into real estate tycoon, Jacob Turner. A chance meeting leads to sweaty sheets, sleepless nights, and a passion she never knew existed.

    Categories: Romance, Contemporary Romance

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  3. Burning Flowers
    Burning Flowers
    by June Beyoki

    Rating: 2.9/5 (290 votes cast)

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    #1 in The Clarke Trilogy. Clarke's childhood was defined by a mystery absentee father and a harsh mother. Now in her 30s, she is emotionally unavailable and high strung, still trying to please her mother. Life changed when she met the carefree Vince.[Publisher's Note: Includes sexual content]

    Categories: Romance, Other Fiction, Contemporary Romance

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  4. Cassie
    Cassie
    by Linda Louise Rigsbee

    Rating: 3.2/5 (598 votes cast)

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    Freighting wasn't a respectable job for a lady, but Cassie wasn't about to let the bank have their ranch. She wasn't prepared for renegade Indians or the handsome Frenchman they chased into her life. She had reason to distrust men, but Bordeaux was different - or was he?

    Categories: Romance, Contemporary Romance

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  5. Cemetery Street
    Cemetery Street
    by John Zunski

    Rating: 3.5/5 (495 votes cast)

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    In a world of presumptuous people, irony is alive and well, concludes James Morrison, the narrator of this touching coming of age novel. A view Shannie Ortolan - James' longtime friend, sometimes lover, and fulltime obsession - wouldn't argue. From their first encounter as teenagers until Shannie's death, experience the twists, turns and enthralling characters that populate Cemetery Street.

    Categories: Romance, Contemporary Romance

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  6. Coffee To Go
    Coffee To Go
    by Jean MacIntyre

    Rating: 3.4/5 (1348 votes cast)

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    Melanie has a run-in at a coffee shop with a stranger. She meets him again at her sister’s dinner party, and her antagonism is obvious. He forces a truce and realizes he will have to move slowly to win her trust, after discovering she has recently broken her engagement because of betrayal.

    Categories: Romance, Contemporary Romance

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  7. Courtship of the Recluse
    Courtship of the Recluse
    by Linda Louise Rigsbee

    Rating: 3.8/5 (4456 votes cast)

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    Cindy accepts a housekeeping job at a remote west Texas ranch. The stoic and reclusive rancher has offered her access to a horse and 3000 plus acres in her spare time. Eventually, respect and admiration for him spawns a much deeper emotion – one that gets out of control in fuzzy stages that blend into each other.

    Categories: Romance, Contemporary Romance, Western Romance

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  8. Crime Time
    Crime Time
    by R. E. Derouin

    Rating: 3.5/5 (769 votes cast)

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    Two couples realize their friend has dreams which are visions of past happenings. They use his mystifying ability to locate missing children. A retired FBI agent helps obtain more info and improves their success. Public suspicion grows. It takes all their wile and skill to outsmart the kidnapper.

    Categories: Mystery & Suspense, Contemporary Romance, Romantic Suspense

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  9. Custody Battle
    Custody Battle

    by Nelisiwe Nxumalo

    Custody Battle
    by Nelisiwe Nxumalo

    Rating: 3.1/5 (573 votes cast)

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    Only one thing matters to Mandisa Dladla-protecting her sisters at whatever cost. That includes turning her back on love when it comes knocking, looking like a knight, tasting like an angel while all along being a devil ready to take a child away from his mother.

    Categories: Romance, Contemporary Romance

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  10. CyberCop
    CyberCop
    by Suzanne Jane Martin

    Rating: 2.7/5 (263 votes cast)

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    A love story, with a few twists. Starke is a cop, who is mourning the loss of his wife, and has shut himself off from his job and his life - until one day, while surfing in and out of chat rooms, a message comes across his screen which not only gets his attention, but leads him to his new love.

    Categories: Romance, Other Fiction, Contemporary Romance

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