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The Wicked Wyckerly , by Patricia Rice. Wild Jinx , by Sandra Hill. This list is incomplete. I just wanted to say thank you so much for including Everything But a Groom on the list!! And did I compeletly miss Nora Roberts. And did I compeletly miss Nora Roberts? Some new authors to check out… but a list like this seems incomplete without Kristan Higgins! No Nora Roberts or Debbie Macomber? Who picked these books?
This List is bogus. No credibility. There must be a lot of books she has never read so understandably she has missed the best. Usually when I read a list like this I buy a book or two but she gets no bucks from her recommendations.
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Nalini Singh? Kresley Cole? Kristan Higgins? Molly Harper? Julia Quinn? Jeaniene Frost? Rachel Gibson? Karen Rose? Sonali Dev? All who have published many books including many of my favorites in the last decade not to mention last year! Great list, several of my favorites are there and some Ive not yet read, thanks for putting this together! I am looking for the title and author of a certain book. I only remember the summary about a sculptor who is the male character who fell in love with an american teacher.
Please assist anyone. Hi Great Listing of Books. I have personally read accidental bride, which is cult classic. Planning to read more.