In Patricia Gaffney's historical romance, a 19th century Bonnie and Clyde realize they want to be more than just partners in crime...
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Will this pair give in to their irresistible connection?
What would you risk for love?
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Take yourself out to the ball game with these steamy stories of love on and off the field.
Nancy Garden’s "Annie on My Mind" was revolutionary when it was published in the 1980s, and continues to resonate with readers today.
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Every villain is the hero of their own story. But making that story sympathetic can pose some challenges.
Johanna Lindsey’s latest book in the Malory Family series set on the high seas will leave you breathless.
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YA romance author Rebekah Crane shares how a visit to Ireland taught her to stand on her own—and inspired her novel "The Upside of Falling Down."
The Pulitzer Prize winner's novel is a celebration of love in all its wild, weird, and wonderful glory.
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