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Dream Man (#51 on our Top 100 Romances List)

An AAR Top 100 Romance originally published on April 16, 1998 So, I'm reading Dream Man, and my husband idly says to me, "Say, how's your book?" With cool deliberation, I lift a brow and raise my glassy and dilated gaze, and say in a voice both low and menacing, "Go away. Take the kids to your ...

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Heaven, Texas (#52 on our Top 100 Romances List)

An AAR Top 100 Romance originally published on March 6, 1999 Heaven, Texas is the second book in Susan Elizabeth Phillip's football series, all of which can be read independently from one another. The first book in her football series is It Had To Be You, continues with Nobody's Baby But Mine, and ...

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Mackenzie's Mountain (#53 on our Top 100 Romances List)

An AAR Top 100 Romance originally published on May 5, 2000 Linda Howard pens hot and exciting romances with sexy, mouth watering men and strong women who fight for what they want. Half-breed Wolf Mackenzie, (whew, the name alone sends chills through my body) refuses to give in to the prejudice dir ...

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As You Desire (#54 on our Top 100 Romances List)

An AAR Top 100 Romance originally published on March 11, 1998 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 E ...

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This Heart of Mine (#55 on AAR's Top 100 Romances)

An AAR Top 100 Romance originally published on January 11, 2011 It's always such a thrill when a long anticipated book lives up to expectations. Readers who loved It Had to be You and Nobody's Baby But Mine have been waiting a long time for Kevin and Molly's story, and I'm so glad to say that this ...

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More than a Mistress (#56 on AAR's Top 100 Romances)

An AAR Top 100 Romance originally published on August 6, 2000 "What's in a name?" asked Shakespeare. A lot, as it turns out. What we call each other, what we allow others to call us, sets the parameters of our relationships. But sometimes a relationship bursts past the limits of names and descript ...

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The Rake (#57 on AAR's Top 100 Romances)

An AAR Top 100 Romance originally published on March 15, 1998 Nobody can write nicer heroes than Mary Jo Putney. Sure, they're flawed. They often have mammoth hurdles to overcome, and they don't always know how to say "I love you" even when they feel it to the depths of their souls. But most of Ms ...

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Slave to Sensation (#58 on AAR's Top 100 Romances)

An AAR Top 100 Romance originally published on September 30, 2006 This is the first book I've read by Nalini Singh, but it won’t be my last. I kept wishing that work would stop interrupting my reading time...isn’t a three hour lunch acceptable these days? The author created an all-around terri ...

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Love in the Afternoon (#59 on AAR's Top 100 Romances)

An AAR Top 100 Romance originally published on June 29, 2010 Through the love stories of all of her siblings in Lisa Kleypas’ Hathaway series, I never stopped thinking of Beatrix as the ‘baby’ of the family, so much so that I hoped that Love in the Afternoon would be set at least five years ...

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The Last Hellion (#60 on AAR's Top 100 Romances)

An AAR Top 100 Romance originally published on December 9, 2008 Loretta Chase's Lord of Scoundrels is an annual reread for me, and, when I close the book with a big smile on my face, I automatically reach for The Last Hellion, whose hero is the drunk Dain fights at the inn on his wedding night. Th ...