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    Romance, mystery and fantasy nicely wrapped together


    Ooh la la! If you enjoy romance, check this one out!

    As we all know, a first love is very special. This is the story of two teenagers who fall in love but face some very difficult times ahead. First Love shows the reader how important love is when you are going through something very difficult in your life. This is a story of two young kids who seem to mature right before your eyes.

    Book Review - Plots and Pans

    A terrific read that takes you back to the days of the wild west

    ...richly textured romance filled with wonderful characters and an extraordinary sense of cultural detail.

    As the story progresses, the danger sets in. Little do either know that they are about to become involved with very dangerous people and will also come to know each other much better than they have over the years they have been together.

    A Sweetland Novel

    Shewanda Pugh’s Crimson Footprints can certainly be classified as a romance; however, it is much more than that. It is a story of class consciousness and racial division. It is about the struggle to find the right equilibrium between work and family, and it is a story about trying to ‘do the right thing’. Most of all, this novel is about balance in all things. We are all different, but we must overcome our resistances and come to the centre ground if we are truly going to be a success in life.

    This is a love story with a mystery at the heart of it, a paranormal mystery. Why can Ashley Easton speak French so well? Why can she ride a horse so well, after only riding for just a few weeks? Who is the mysterious young man she meets in the dressage competition, and why is he so alluring? A 3rd Time to Die by George A. Bernstein is a love story and a mystery, rolled into one. It uses the concept of reincarnation as an interesting plot device.

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