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Topic: I need a Beautiful Sweet Romance..pleaseeeee share one

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Date Posted: 5/2/2007 6:24 PM ET
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thanks Mary!
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Date Posted: 5/2/2007 7:03 PM ET
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Oh -- I loved Sweet Memories too!  Good ole' LaVyrle -- she knows her stuff!  ;)

Heehee, and I don't know if it's a coincidence or not, but I just got a request for one of her books from my bookshelf!

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Date Posted: 5/4/2007 9:28 PM ET
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I don't think Letters to Kelly has been mentioned but I LOVE that book.  It is by Suzanne Brockman.  A short and sweet read. 

Mendi

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Date Posted: 6/17/2007 6:33 PM ET
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Not quite sure if I'd have what you want but I've got all kinds of romances on my bookshelf. Please feel free to go and check it out and maybe you could find something!!!!!!!!! :)

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Date Posted: 6/19/2007 3:33 PM ET
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I'm not quite as voracious of a romance reader as some of the ladies here, but one romance that I've read that sticks out in my mind as "sweet" is Cold Tea on a Hot Day by Curtiss Ann Matlock.   I originally picked up the book because I loved the title and am particularly fond of books set in small towns (as this one is).    It turned out to be a great book and a really sweet old-fashioned "woo the girl" romance.   The character development was wonderful.  



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Date Posted: 6/19/2007 4:47 PM ET
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I'm a new fan of Deborah Hale.  She's a Harlequin Historical author that writes very nice, sweet books.

My favorite is My Lord Protector.

I hope that if you pick it up, you like it.

:-)

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Date Posted: 6/20/2007 12:51 AM ET
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I just came across one I really loved.  And now it is even more special. A Rose for Maggie by Korbel.  The hero is a children books author who hides his identity.  Heroine is his new ediitor/contact to the publisher and single mom of a child with down syndrome.  Just a wonderful story and not a downer at all.  I found a second one lately and had forgotten I had this on my keeper shelf.  I gave it to my DIL who is the new Mom of a baby girl born on Easter Saturday.  She's beautiful and special.  Yes, she has down syndrome but is otherwise very heathy.   She's been a joy to us all and her big brother (age 2.5) thinks she the neatest thing!



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Date Posted: 7/25/2007 5:43 PM ET
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you might want to try candace camp, brenda joyce, amanda quick  and johanna lindsey check it out

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Date Posted: 7/26/2007 11:37 AM ET
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Date Posted: 7/28/2007 3:40 PM ET
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Date Posted: 8/31/2007 6:45 AM ET
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I like Curtiss Ann Matlock as someone mentioned above. Cold tea on a hot day and the 2 after that are good and there are a lso 2 that connect to the same town written'before' those..driving lessons is one and can't think of the other title but they're about 2 sisters.

bumping in case anyone is looking for this type of read!

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Date Posted: 8/31/2007 11:12 AM ET
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"Driving Lessons' and " Lost Highways" are the 2 Curtiss Ann Matlock books Susanna is thinking of.

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Date Posted: 8/31/2007 3:07 PM ET
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The Bronze Horseman, Paullina Simons...probably one of my favorite romance novels ever. It is huge though, and haunting and depressing at parts, but the love story is beyond words.

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Date Posted: 8/31/2007 5:17 PM ET
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I'd recommend Jude Devereaux and Julie Garwood - thier earlier books, and definitely anything by Deborah Smith.  Just an FYI though - there are two Deborah Smiths - one is a nationally known author, and the other writes Cristian fiction.  It's the first that people are referring to here.

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Date Posted: 9/4/2007 7:07 PM ET
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Date Posted: 9/4/2007 7:16 PM ET
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Angel's Fall by Nora Roberts. Kind of formula-y but still good.

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