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From Sweet to Smokin' Hot: Romance Novel Reviews

Get in the mood for Valentine's Day with one of these books...
What's Love Got To Do With It? For readers who want a great story, with just a little romance, check out The Hitchers by Will McIntosh. When Atlanta is hit by an Anthrax attack, a large segment of its population dies. The opening to 'the other side' was open wide to let in those masses that died. So wide, some from the other side were able to cross back over. They become 'hitchers' and are able to possess bodies. Finn Darby, a widower, believes that his wife is a hitcher and tries to find her.

Sweet Romance.
Social Media sites and book club groups are excited by a relatively new author: Julianne Donaldson. Author of Edenbrooke and Blackmoore, Julianne Donaldson is a local author of "proper romances" that are Jane Austen approved.

A Little Warmer.
A great find from a few years ago, Before Ever After by Samantha Sotto introduces readers to Max, an immortal who plans on happily settling down with Shelley until disaster strikes. Happily Ever After is taken away from them, but three years later Shelley gets to decide whether she is willing to risk her own life to find it again.

Never-Admit-You-Read-This Hot.
The Outlander series by Diana Gabaldon is a historical romance, heavy on the romance. The first book, Outlander, is primarily set in Scotland in the 1700s, like all great romance novels. You cannot have a hot romance without a man in a kilt. If you love the scenes between Claire and Jaime -- Great News! - there are seven more books in the series.

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