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Start your review of Midnight Mistress. Jan 22, Rachel rated it really liked it Shelves: 19th-century-romance. London Connor is 33 and Juliana is The story between the two is wonderful. Their story never gets dull and boring with the hidden secrets always around the corner.

I also hope to see a story in the future books for Meg and Raoul. You just can't help but love Raoul!

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It totally came outta no where. And his right hand man Lord Renquist was a shock to me also! It was one of those books that you never knew who was gonna be the London Connor is 33 and Juliana is It was one of those books that you never knew who was gonna be the bad guy until it just happened. May 09, Rachel rated it really liked it Shelves: romance-novels , re-read-in The ebook version I read consistently misprinted "arms" as "anus.

I have rarely laughed harder. Leigh rated it really liked it Feb 18, Michelle rated it liked it Apr 22, Andrea rated it really liked it Oct 13, Calen rated it really liked it Mar 03, Christina rated it really liked it May 29, Char rated it really liked it Jun 27, Sam rated it liked it Oct 03, Jennifer Everitt rated it really liked it Oct 16, Jaime rated it liked it Apr 17, Kristiej added it Jun 28, Phyllis added it Jan 02, Jenny marked it as to-read Jun 12, Mary marked it as to-read Nov 28, Caro marked it as to-read Sep 08, Sher added it Oct 17, Dominique marked it as to-read Mar 26, Demon's Angel marked it as to-read Oct 30, Though personally I think my problem is generally categories are full of the romance tropes that push all my buttons, it is the other stuff included in the other genres that lets me ignore them when they pop up there, but there is no ignoring them in the categories.

Sorry the first post was about mainly contemporary category lines, and meant to mention that I struggle with straight contemporary non categories as well.. I stopped reading new categories about the time Intimate Moments folded. I was happy to see Harlequin offer their 60th anniversary package of free downloads and took advantage of it.

Sorry to say, not one of them worked for me. Not the historical nor the paranormal nor the sweet one nor the hot one.

Glad that so many readers enjoy them. I grew up reading Harlequins and HPs and I loved them. Violet Winspear and Penny Jordan were two of my all time favorites. I also was a big fan of the Loveswept Line — Iris Johannsen wrote some incredible keepers for me. I really liked that one….. Thanks so much for this post!

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My somewhat random Top 4 from recent books available as ebooks too plus some cheating to make the Same with Cheryl St. John in HH.


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Also have a memory of a Julia doll advertised in the back of one of the books — in full wedding dress glory. Actually, except for Blaze, many if not most of the Harlequin books seem to have either a pregnant woman or a baby or a cute kiddie on the cover these days. In fact, many of them Anyone But You is an example have been reissued as stand alones.

That says something.


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Except for Blaze. You just have to be willing to look for it. In the list I provided above, there are some excellent examples of child-free, cowboy-free, tycoon-free, pregnancy-free reads. All three of those were releases and none of them were Blazes. All had covers that featured fully clothed adults.

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There are trope-free reads out there, you just have to find them. JMM : Actually, except for Blaze, many if not most of the Harlequin books seem to have either a pregnant woman or a baby or a cute kiddie on the cover these days. There are plenty of good books to choose from.

And no billionaires, either! Also, some of the writers e. Fielding and Hardy, and of course Templeton can take the dreaded baby and sheikh tropes and do very interesting things with them. Like many others, most of my category collection consists of older books from the 80s and 90s.

This book had me in tears — so much so that I had to actually put the book down and blow my nose! As much as I hate to admit it, these days I can read three category books in a row, and a week later not remember one iota of any of them! Perhaps a combination? Interesting article, I too started with Loveswept catagories. But, maybe I will give them a try again, I do remember with much fondness the Loveswept days. Great topic. And it was totally the same dumb reasons.

One bad experience, the secret babies, the sheiks. Just some. Desire 2.

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Oh, so many authors to glom — thanks for recommendations! I find category romances comforting. I love reading Category romance and Harlequin Presents line is my favorite category romance line- I love the drama and the fact Presents books are full of emotions. The first one is The Medusa Project. And some Blaze books are really good quick reads too. And I adore her great alpha-but-sensitive heroes. Chemistry and conflict. Molly: You hit the nail on the head! Chemistry and conflict are at the heart of great romance, no matter what the length of the story.

I like Harlequin books. My brain needs to relax sometimes. I started reading categories when I found out many authors I read got there start writing these. I went looking for all of their older books starting with Marilyn Pappano. I hunted down every category book she had written and continued to write after she went mainstream. Driven to Distraction by Judith Duncan. She was a wonderful author. I read everything by Janice Kay Johnson, until recently.

Not finding much to like these days. My only recent find, Sarah Mayberry, has some good Blazes. I like a lot of category reads. My newest discovery is Kelly Hunter, who writes presents extra, which I like better than the normal Presents. One of the other things I enjoy about categories is the variety of settings you get from all over the world. It is a Silloutte Intimate Moment from and still a comfort read. The plot seems over the top formularic sp?

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She has an inoperable brain tumor and he is a fallen angel on Harley working on redemption. But I get swept up in it and probably shed a tear or two every time I read it. These books cover subject topics as wide as grief, what parents owe their children, neonatal care, spousal abuse, culture clash in amongst the handsome billionaires and waif-like heroines.

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