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Contemporary Romance & Women's Fiction

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My Ghost Lover by Ify-Asia Chiemeziem
Hot Summer By Judy Powell - Romance Novel
The Cousins of Wales By Charles Coiro
Harvard Hottie By Annabelle Costa
All I Need is You. By Charmain Callaway
Blue Ash by Violeta Milovanovic
Elephant Milk by Diane Sherry Case
In for a Penny in for a Pound by Dean Caldwell
Huracan by Mahlatse Mokone
Taken by force by Lisa Chauke
Pale Stranger By Mac Flynn
Memoirs of a Bitch By Twisted Sister Suki
Godhunter by Amy Sumida
The Eyes Tell by Lisa Chauke
Will I Ever Find Him? by Lisa Chauke
The Lawman By Lily Graison
Secrets: Return of the Guardian, Book 1 By Jackie Jones
Perils of Candy Cuthway. By Richard Shekari
Dragon By Violeta Milovanovic
Lawful Enlightenment - The Path To A Rewarding Relationship By Justin J White
925 Ideas to Help You Save Money, Get Out of Debt and Retire A Millionaire, So You Can Leave Your Mark on the World. Devin D. Thorpe
Change Your Life In Ten Weeks By Ambrose A Hardy
Benign Flame: Saga of Love By BS Murthy
Violet heart By Violeta Milovanovic
Convince Me By Amaris Ricci
Twin Affairs By Amaris Ricci
Flawed Fate By Amaris Ricci
A Chance To Love By Amaris Ricci
Dead Love By Amaris Ricci

This is a snippet from Letitia Coyne's historical romance book, Britannia: ‘It wasn’t excitement, and it was not fear that caused her discomfort. She had no fear of a union with Cilo. She loved him dearly; as she had from the first day they’d met, and as she had while they’d grown up together. She had always loved him, and she had grieved for his company when he’d joined the army so many years ago, when he’d left her there alone. She had counted off the days and prayed for the gods to bring him home to her again. If he was feared by reputation ...’