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In , a fresh slate of women's fiction —a genre that covers a lot of ground, but one I consider to be books that star strong, multifaceted female characters, written by women—has been released, and, trust me, there's more than enough reading material to last you through every beach vacation and road trip you take until the weather turns chilly again. Cat Person author Kristen Roupenian released a handful of short stories fair warning: It's not what you expect. And there's the timely, gripping new novel by Irina Reyn, which examines immigration and health care in modern America from a heartbreaking perspective. Below, the books we can't wait to read this year. If you love books, and want someone to chat about them with, considering joining our book club, ReadWithMC.
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books based on votes: Smooth Talking Stranger by Lisa A list of unexpected and unplanned pregnancies (darn those one-night stands) and single mothers. Binding Arbitration (Chicago Sports Romance #2) by.
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As so many of us have blogged about our reading preferences lately, I began thinking about my own romance likes and dislikes. Way back in the day, I loved the pregnant heroine, but now, not so much. The ones I remember the most were mainly the Woodiwiss and Lindsey books where the heroines were usually pregnant or at least ended up that way for a good portion of the book. Regardless, for a younger me marriage and pregnancy were the goals I wanted to obtain after I completed my education and established my career and I gobbled up those books. She enables the writer to show how the heroine is cared for by the hero; it allows him to be heroic. I think about nausea, vomiting, and the even more unpleasant things that go along with late pregnancy. Other than the Harlequin lines, the only recent pregnant heroine I can think of was a Mary Balogh heroine.
Readers can read all books for free, without any ads and give the authors feedback. Books that perform well based on their reader engagement are published by Inkitt in different formats and channels. Do you mean a one-night stand? Falling for someone you shouldn't is dangerous but keeping your secret safe is far more treacherous. I have to admit that hurt a little. Anissa just wanted a normal life.