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  1. Cemetery Street
    Cemetery Street
    by John Zunski

    Rating: 3.5/5 (486 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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  2. Our Eyes are Finely Tuned Cameras
    Our Eyes are Finely Tuned Cameras

    by haley yost

    Our Eyes are Finely Tuned Cameras
    by haley yost

    Rating: 1.5/5 (2 votes cast)

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    Story Part: 1

    This is my first "bookie" and I'm not really sure what I am expecting.


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  3. The Clever Woman of the Family
    The Clever Woman of the Family

    by Charlotte Mary Yonge

    The Clever Woman of the Family
    by Charlotte Mary Yonge

    Rating: 2.6/5 (195 votes cast)

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    Rachel Curtis is frustrated living the life of a Victorian English lady. At twenty-five, she sets out to make her mark, wreaking comic and tragic havoc along the way. Rachel dreams of teaching young minds the highest educational ideals, but instead becomes entangled in the dramas real life.

    Categories: Romance, Inspirational Romance

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  4. The Chaplet of Pearls
    The Chaplet of Pearls

    by Charlotte Mary Yonge

    The Chaplet of Pearls
    by Charlotte Mary Yonge

    Rating: 2.6/5 (99 votes cast)

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    Imagine a world of weddings arranged for very young children to join their families for political purposes. In 16th-century France, we join a tale of just such a baby-marriage. King Henri II presides over the union of two very young children, among the religious feuds of the times.

    Categories: Historical Romance, Romance

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  5. Love and Life
    Love and Life

    by Charlotte Mary Yonge

    Love and Life
    by Charlotte Mary Yonge

    Rating: 2.4/5 (188 votes cast)

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    Aurelia plays Psyche, Lady Belamour is Venus and Sir Amyas Belamour is Cupid in an 18th century retelling of the classic myth of love and soul. Sir Amyas falls in love with Aurelia before she even knows him, and her generosity leads the recluse out of his darkened rooms into the light of love.

    Categories: Inspirational Romance, Fantasy & Paranormal Romance

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  6. The Heir of Redclyffe
    The Heir of Redclyffe

    by Charlotte Mary Yonge

    The Heir of Redclyffe
    by Charlotte Mary Yonge

    Rating: 2.3/5 (157 votes cast)

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    Guy Morville struggles against the evils of the world in this Victorian romance. Guy fights the demons that come along with a 19th century inheritance, title, and education, as well as his explosive temper. His love for his gentle wife Amy sees him through the fight for redemption.

    Category: Inspirational Romance

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  7. Yay
    Yay

    by yay yay

    Yay
    by yay yay

    Rating: 3.0/5 (2 votes cast)

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    Story Part: 1

    Yay


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  8. The Magnificent Montez
    The Magnificent Montez

    by Horace Wyndham

    The Magnificent Montez
    by Horace Wyndham

    Rating: 2.7/5 (69 votes cast)

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    A story based on the infamous Lola Montez -- dancer, singer, and courtesan in the mid-1840s -- always features her flirtations and indiscretions. But unlike other fictional accounts of her life, The Magnificent Montez suggests that she might have turned to the straight and narrow in the end.

    Category: Historical Romance

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  9. Sweet Betrayal
    Sweet Betrayal

    by Missy Writer

    Sweet Betrayal
    by Missy Writer

    Rating: 3.0/5 (2 votes cast)

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    Story Parts: 7

    Ayesha Khanna, a daughter of a famous millionaire Pratap Khanna is assigned a bodyguard, as he fears for her safety. Dev is a brooding man, having a mysterious past, as Ayesha gets to know him, she is drawn into a web of mystery and intrigue.


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  10. How To Cook Husbands
    How To Cook Husbands
    by Elizabeth Strong Worthington

    Rating: 2.5/5 (209 votes cast)

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    Relationship advice never goes out of style, as we see in this light, humorous look at the care and management of husbands from over 100 years ago. What happens when one woman follows the recipe for cooking up a husband? The results could be delicious or disastrous.

    Categories: Humor, Historical Romance

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