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Simply Irresistible

My brain is full of factoids. That makes me a great Jeopardy player but it's kind of frustrating because sometimes I can't remember where I read a certain thing. Anyway, I read somewhere that editors of romance novels think readers don't like books about athletes. Well editors, this reader loves the ...

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As You Desire

When Harry Met Dizzy. Only better. My first Connie Brockway, and thank goodness, I have her others in my stockpile. This is a terrific book! Lovely Desdemona Carlisle is a young Englishwoman living with her grandfather in Victorian Egypt. Desdemona was a child prodigy, brilliant, reading twelve l ...

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This is All I Ask

There aren't too many perfect reads in this world. I feel blessed that I have had the opportunity to read This Is All I Ask, and I envy those of you who have yet to read it, because you are in for a treat. Lynn Kurland took two people - one who was horribly abused by her father, and one who l ...

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Her Secret, His Child

In Her Secret, His Child, Paula Detmer Riggs confronts the delicate issue of date rape head-on when she brings hero Mitch Scanlon, disabled now but still potently attractive, back into Carly Alderson's life. This book earned its place on my keeper shelves because in Mitch, Riggs created a hero so po ...

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Simple Jess

Too much of the world figures those with special needs and challenges are of no earthly good to humanity. If we simply ignore them, they will go away. That's how it was with Jess Best; everybody in town had written him off as simple. My best friend's parents have adopted two Down's Syndrome child ...

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Velvet Touch

Catherine Archer, author of this reviewer's favorite medieval, Velvet Bond, has written a dreamy sequel. The oddest sensation enveloped me when reading this book - it was as though I was in a dream-state, wrapped in a velvet-smooth, creamy cocoon. A minor character in her previous work, Sir S ...