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  1. A Bicycle of Cathay
    A Bicycle of Cathay

    by Frank R. Stockton

    A Bicycle of Cathay
    by Frank R. Stockton

    Rating: 2.4/5 (130 votes cast)

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    A restful bicycling vacation in the country takes a young professor down more adventurous paths than he had planned. Staying with various families along the way, he meets beautiful women, receives marriage proposals, survives a bear chase and more. An amusing, romantic story.

    Categories: Romance, Historical Romance

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  2. A Christmas Carol
    A Christmas Carol
    by Charles Dickens

    Rating: 3.4/5 (685 votes cast)

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    This short story of love, goodwill and mercy centers around Ebenezer Scrooge who receives three ghostly visitors - Christmas Past, Present and Future. These ghosts give Scrooge a glimpse of an unhappy future if he doesn't open his heart to Tiny Tim and Bob Cratchit.

    Category: Other Fiction

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  3. A Courageous Battle
    A Courageous Battle
    by Susan Bracken

    Rating: 2.8/5 (786 votes cast)

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    Lacey Wilson overcomes neglect as a child and abuse in her first marriage to find fame and fortune and true love. When cancer strikes Lacey wants help to die. Her daughter will help but her doctor does not approve and those two have fallen in love. Can they resolve the conflict?

    Categories: Contemporary Romance, Inspirational Romance

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  4. A Damsel in Distress
    A Damsel in Distress
    by Pelmam Grenville Wodehouse

    Rating: 2.4/5 (152 votes cast)

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    An American composer searches for a beautiful young woman who he met in a taxi. He tracks her to a rural manorhouse and the romance takes interesting turns. The 1919 novel was serialized in The Saturday Evening Post, made into a black and white movie and then made into a 1937 Hollywood musical.

    Categories: Romance, Romantic Suspense

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  5. A Daughter of Fife
    A Daughter of Fife

    by Amelia Edith Barr

    A Daughter of Fife
    by Amelia Edith Barr

    Rating: 2.6/5 (130 votes cast)

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    Maggie, a simple Scottish fisher-girl, finds herself pursued by a passionate young artist in this romantic story. While Maggie breaks with the family fishing tradition with Allen, her brother David also leaves the nets behind for a very different career. The next generation will be different.

    Categories: Romance, Historical Romance

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  6. A Daughter of the Land
    A Daughter of the Land

    by Gene Porter-Stratton

    A Daughter of the Land
    by Gene Porter-Stratton

    Rating: 2.4/5 (122 votes cast)

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    Kate Bates feels the weight of the world on her shoulders, left to care for her aging mother while her siblings acquire land and education. To get a life of her own, she will have to pursue her dreams against the wishes of her parents. Will a wealthy suitor help or hurt her in her quest?

    Category: Romance

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  7. A Good Little Girl Like You (A Sample)
    A Good Little Girl Like You (A Sample)
    by Sage Ardman

    Rating: 3.1/5 (109 votes cast)

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    This romance novel tells you what happens when you combine a surfing billionaire, a globe-trotting businesswoman, and "The Wizard of Oz." [Publisher's Note: This sample includes the first fifteen chapters - about half of the book - and includes sexual content.]

    Categories: Romance, Contemporary Romance

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  8. A Heart to Mend
    A Heart to Mend
    by Myne Whitman

    Rating: 3.1/5 (1072 votes cast)

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    The book is about two people, Edward and Gladys, who meet and are attracted to each other almost immediately, but have difficulty in resolving their feelings, especially because of Edward's past and other twists. The concept for "A Heart To Mend" is from the theme of unconditional love.

    Categories: Romance, Contemporary Romance

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  9. A Journey Through Hell: Visions of the Afterlife
    A Journey Through Hell: Visions of the Afterlife

    by Elizabeth Hartl

    A Journey Through Hell: Visions of the Afterlife
    by Elizabeth Hartl

    Rating: 2.9/5 (430 votes cast)

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    Derick Lombasto is a factory worker who has written a religous book and wants it published. When no one wants his manuscript, Derick meets with an agent, Craig Devon, who promises Derick that his book will be published for a fee. Derick agrees, while his girlfriend, Maria, tells him that the agreement with Devon is not a good idea. When Derick's estranged wife, Lydia, walks back into his life, Derick finds himself not only dealing with Devon's outrageous requests, but also trying to keep his and Maria's relationship alive. Can Derick survive Craig Devon and the trials of his personal life, or will he have to pay for both with his life?

    Categories: Mystery & Suspense, SciFi & Horror, Romantic Suspense

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  10. A Knight of the Nets
    A Knight of the Nets
    by Amelia Edith Barr

    Rating: 2.5/5 (83 votes cast)

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    Young Sophy longs to leave the tiny fishing village of Pittendurie, so isolated from the world, with its small cottages hidden amidst the rocks. She must leave behind her childhood sweetheart, Andrew. Heartbroken, he turns to Christina for comfort, not knowing where this path will ultimately lead.

    Category: Historical Romance

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