Thursday, February 11, 2016

Valentine's Day Reading

Valentine's Day Reading....

~For those who enjoy romance that takes you back in time….

Thornbrook Park by Sherri Browning:
Exciting romance set in the Edwardian Era that fans of Downton Abbey will adore. 

"Browning gives the reader a most beguiling story and a classic plotline while capturing the atmosphere of the era."
- RT Book Reviews
Cotillian by Georgette Heyer:
Kitty has spent her adult life pining for one man, but he doesn’t notice her. She devises a plan to make him jealous by pretending to be involved with someone else.

"Sparkling"-Independent on Sunday 

"A literary bubble bath...Take a delightful and frothy dip among the gayer aspects of the author's favorite and well worked Regency period."-Sunday Tribune

A Desperate Fortune Susanna Kearsley
The exquisite story of a young woman with Asperger's syndrome. She travels to Paris in an effort to decode the diary of a woman that lived hundreds of years before her. What she reads helps her understand herself and the possibilities for love.

"Kearsley is an expert at seamlessly merging contemporary and historical fiction...the colorful history and romance of the 18th century, combined with the contemporary mystery, create a tale readers will savor."-RT Book Reviews

Or A More Modern Story....

A Weekend With Mr. Darcy by Victoria Connelly:
Professor Katherine Roberts is tired of her ex’s and she is tired of dating. Her preference is to curl up with a good Jane Austen novel. For some time away from her work she decides to attend a Jane Austen addicts conference in the countryside. The last thing she expects is to meet a man she likes.

"Witty and original. " -The Romantic Novelists' Association

Tales From A Broad by Jeannine Henvey
Lucy Banks is in her forties and lost her fiancé, her fertility and has given up on love. She decides to travel around Europe with her niece as a favor to her sister. Will the handsome stranger she meets change her mind about relationships?

“What an incredibly fun read! Once I started this book, I could not put it down!”
-An reader review

Taking Chances by Rose Marie Meuwissen:
Shane has had a pretty rough couple of years, so she decides  that picking up and moving to a warmer climate will be just the change she needs. When she starts her new job she didn’t plan on running into an old love.

~For those who want to add more romance to their own lives…

 1001 Ways To Be Romantic by Gregor J.P. Godek:

Full of hundreds of fun ideas to show your significant other how much they mean to you.

Made To Love You by Floyd S. Spence:
Psychotherapist and coach Floyd Spence shares innovative methods to keep relationships strong.

Secrets of Romance by Barbara Taylor Bradford:
#1 New York Times best selling author Barbara Taylor Bradford shares her secrets for keeping romance alive in marriage.

 -“Mrs. Bradford is a true romance heroine.”—An reader review