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  1. Rock Con Roll
    Rock Con Roll
    by Sage Ardman

    Rating: 3.0/5 (31 votes cast)

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    Why was I conning Alejandro? I could con a crook easily enough, but cheating my favorite rock god was an entirely different story. In the end, nearly every con rule got broken, especially one of the most important ones: Never fall for the mark.

    Categories: Romance, Contemporary Romance, Romantic Suspense

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  2. After the Storm
    After the Storm

    by T. S. Authur

    After the Storm
    by T. S. Authur

    Rating: 2.5/5 (193 votes cast)

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    Opposites attract and repel in this tale of love, marriage and understanding. The beautiful, adventurous Irene Delancy and the ambitious, intellectual Hartley Emerson wed early, but require some life lessons to fully understand themselves and each other. Their trials over the years sometimes threaten, but ultimately strengthen their lifelong bond.

    Categories: Romance, Inspirational Romance

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  3. Sanine
    Sanine
    by Mikhail Petrovich Artsybashev

    Rating: 2.5/5 (200 votes cast)

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    A smart, powerful, attractive man, Sanine indulges his every lust and longing, regardless of the consequences. The young Russian man is not concerned with morality, but with enjoying every pleasure available during the last years of the oppressive Romanov regime.

    Categories: Romance, Historical Romance

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  4. The Avalanche
    The Avalanche

    by Gertrude Franklin Horn Atherton

    The Avalanche
    by Gertrude Franklin Horn Atherton

    Rating: 2.4/5 (102 votes cast)

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    All seems perfect when a ship-board romance leads to a quick marriage for a wealthy San Francisco businessman and 19-year old beauty, Helene. Suspicions about Helene's past soon arise, however, and her new groom decides to investigate. Questions of possible infidelity, illegitimacy, and prostitution follow.

    Categories: Romantic Suspense, Romance

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  5. Pride and Prejudice
    Pride and Prejudice
    by Jane Austen

    Rating: 3.8/5 (2864 votes cast)

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    This is a 19th century England romantic story of the rebellious Elizabeth Bennet, a strong-willed young woman and Mr. Darcy, a mysterious and arrogant wealthy man. Her unwillingness to marry him threatens the future of her family. The book was first published in 1813.

    Categories: Romance, Other Fiction

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  6. Mansfield Park
    Mansfield Park
    by Jane Austen

    Rating: 3.2/5 (611 votes cast)

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    In an act of charity, Mrs. Norris offers to take in her niece, Fanny Price, a fragile young girl. When she arrives at Mansfield Park, the unsophisticated Fanny clashes with her wealthy, upper class relatives. Her cousin Edmund, however, understands her and captures her heart.

    Categories: Romance, Regency Romance

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  7. Persuasion
    Persuasion
    by Jane Austen

    Rating: 3.2/5 (536 votes cast)

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    This is the love story of Anne Elliot, the daughter of a vane nobleman, and Captain Frederick Wentworth, a man with no fortune. She is convinced by her father to refuse Frederick's marriage proposal and lives a sad and lonely life; however, she gets a second chance seven years later.

    Categories: Romance, Regency Romance

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  8. Sense and Sensibility
    Sense and Sensibility
    by Jane Austen

    Rating: 3.1/5 (652 votes cast)

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    Two sisters and their mother are sent to live in the country after they become impoverished after their father's death. The very different personalities of each sister leads them to very different love stories. Love and marriage do not come easily.

    Categories: Romance, Regency Romance

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  9. Northanger Abbey
    Northanger Abbey
    by Jane Austen

    Rating: 2.8/5 (343 votes cast)

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    Catherine Morland meets Henry and John, both intriguing young men while on vacation. She is drawn between them and is soon invited to stay with Henry's family Northanger Abbey. John tries to sabotage the blooming relationship. Henry's father initially forbids the marriage because John tells him that Catherine is not as rich as he previously believed; but, he eventually approves when his daughter becomes engaged to a wealthy, titled man.

    Categories: Romance, Regency Romance

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  10. Emma - Volume 3
    Emma - Volume 3
    by Jane Austen

    Rating: 2.8/5 (266 votes cast)

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    Emma Woodhouse schemes to find a suitable husband for her friend and plunders through the challenges of her social world. She shares her life with unforgettable characters in a small town that is in the middle of a historical transition.

    Categories: Romance, Regency Romance

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