Subject Index - Romances
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- At the Scent of Water, by Linda Nichols.
This is a bitter sweet romance that focuses on Sam and Annie Truelove who break up after the tragic death of their daughters. Years later, they are brought back together by chance, and try to rebuild their lives together.
- Baby Proof, by Emily Giffin.
When her husband suddenly changes his mind about children and begins to pressure his wife to have a child, Claudia does what any self-respecting childfree-by-choice women would do, she divorces him. But what happens when she starts to think that she made a mistake?
- A Beggar at the Gate, by Thalassa Ali.
The sequel to A Singular Hostage, this story follows Givens northward toward the Punjab and her husband, from whom she must seek a divorce if she is to have any chance of reentering British society. It is a bittersweet love story that highlights the inequalities inherent in British India during the Victorian era.
- Black Hills, by Nora Roberts.
Lil and Coop both know the natural dangers that lurk in the wild landscape of the Black Hills. But now they must work together to unearth a killer of twisted and unnatural instincts who has singled them out as prey.
- The Guardian, by Nicholas Sparks.
A romantic thriller about a young window and the two men vying for her affections.
- Hidden in the Heart, by Beth Andrews.
When Lydia Bramwell is sent to Sussex to stay with her aunt, little does she know the adventure, and the romance, that is waiting for her when she becomes involved in helping solve a mysterious murder.
- Most Wanted, by Joan Reeves.
Hot on the trail of an elusive wedding dress thief, Sergeant Luft's bust is foiled by the untimely arrival of Bruce Benton. When he pulls a gun on her, she does what comes naturally - she takes it away and throws on the handcuffs - only later does she learn that her suspect is none other than Detective Benton. From such an unusual first meeting, love blossoms in this tender romance.
- A Scandalous Secret, by Beth Andrews.
In this Regency romance, when the widowed Countess of Dansmere arrives at her sister's home, she finds two men vying for her attention, the arrogant marriage-minded Viscount Maples and Mr. Markham, a wealthy merchant who knows a terrible secret about the Countess. Markham is bent upon revenge, and if he reveals her secret, she may well be ruined, along with her young son!
- A Singular Hostage, By Thalassa Ali.
In 1838, Mariana Givens journeys to India in search of a husband. Strong-willed and curious, Mariana is not your run of the mill Victorian heroine. This is a fact that becomes clear to everyone when she helps to free the dying Saboor, who is being held as a hostage by the Maharajah.
- The Solitary Envoy, by T. Davis Bunn and Isabella Bunn.
In 1812, after her family's business is destroyed during the British invasion of Washington, D.C., Erica Langston heads to England to collect an outstanding debt. There she becomes embroiled in the war effort and comes face to face with the man responsible for her family's misfortunes.
- St George and the Dragon, by Beth Andrews.
When two rakes accept a wager to seduce two reclusive and beautiful women, they figure that winning is a sure thing. That is, until they meet their prey, two formidable and intelligent women who are equal to the task of depriving the rakes of their win.
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