The Cautious Amorist

Norman Lindsay's The Cautious Amorist was published in 1932, and released as a mass market paperback in 1947. It seems publishing cycles used to be much slower. The story begins with a shipwreck, and by the end of the first chapter, Miss Sadie Patch, Reverend Fletcher Gibble, journalist James Carrol, and stoker Patrick Plunket, all …

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Off the Clock / In the Line of Duty

Off the Clock and In the Line of Duty are romance novellas by Donna Alward. They were originally distributed as eBooks and later printed together as First Responders Volume 1.  They, and others in the series, are available at http://www.samhainpublishing.com/author/7/donna-alward. I've read and enjoyed several of Alward's Harlequin books: Sleigh Ride with the Rancher, A Family for the …

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A Baby for Christmas

Not long ago I reviewed His Best Friend's Wife, and wondered why it took seven years for Best Friend to get together with widowed Wife. Things seem to move faster in Joanna Sims' similar A Baby For Christmas. Sophia is eight months pregnant, and just six months a widow when Luke comes calling. Luke is …

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