They cannot feel the excitement of waiting for the latest installment of any book series. That is why to build interest in book reading in the post-millennial generation, I am writing this article in which I am going to tell you about those ten book series which will make you addicted to it.
I am behind in reviews, thanks to a busy month which has had more opportunity for reading, but less for writing. Click a title in the list to jump to that review.
Garrett Gibson, the only female doctor in England inspired by Dr. Elizabeth Garrettconnects with Ethan Ransom, a former police officer and now possibly a spy. They met in a previous book in the series, which apparently explains why he is stalking her when this story starts.
Both characters are strong, and rescue each other. The couple get tied up in a political terrorist subplot, which threatens to overwhelm the romance plot at times.
Lots of action and Victorian detail. When her sister commits suicide, Coralee suspects an Earl, and contrives to enter his employ, under a false identity, to learn the truth. Coralee finds herself in a loveless marriage, and someone is trying to kill her.
Lots of tension, romantic, sexual, and otherwise, in the earlier part of the story. Later, in England, the plot takes a more conventional tone, but Charlotte and her goals dominate the plot.
Michael Garrett, an unemployed soldier, finds a naked and unconscious woman in the forest. His rescue of Lady Olivia Pennistan is complicated by the need to keep her kidnapping a secret and her reputation intact. Rogers, The cover image notwithstanding, this story is sweeter that those above, as well as lighter, later, and without a suspense subplot.
There is no sex, but there are phones. Jillian is en route to London with her maid when their carriage is attacked. She receives a minor bullet wound, but manages to stab one of her assailants with a hatpin. Lord Logan, staying alone at a hunting cottage on his estate, comes to her rescue, bandages her thigh wound, and they stay the night chastely in his cottage, thanks to a severe storm.
Jan 20, · Actor Wayne Wenders takes a job as a substitute teacher to make ends meet while he waits for his big break, but he soon finds himself enjoying the job and falling for his pretty fellow teacher. Aug 10, · READING, WRITING AND ROMANCE is the latest in the string of Hallmark Channel romantic comedies in which an arts professional takes a temporary job teaching high school and discovers his true vocation of helping to inspire youngsters/10(). That's right: You can now write romance and mystery novels for Hallmark rutadeltambor.com about a dream job! But there are some ground rules. Your story must be: 65, - 85, words.
Her virtue compromised, her relatives insist they marry. Notwithstanding the opening attempt on her life, the stakes are relatively low, but this is a sweet story that comes together nicely, and even includes a happy ending for one of the bad guys.
Sparks fly between the Lord and Jessamine, but she is conscious of her standing thanks in part to other staffand he is obliged to marry another.
She has no need to marry, and little desire to. But, at the request of her family, she spends a couple of weeks at the estate of Lord Livesey. Livesey is a young widower with three girls, who has largely withdrawn from society after the suicide of his wife six years ago.
His sister and aunt convince him that his girls need a mother, and arrange for half-a-dozen eligible ladies, along with an equal number of single but less-appealing-than-Livesey men, to spend two weeks at his estate.
Livesey decides not to follow his heart, and selects Lady Jane for his bride, but the aunt keeps Phoebe in view, and a few assumptions add complications. Sweet and light, with a strong heroine and good writing.
Isabelle grew up with loving parents, but found her suitors distasteful, and has settled down with a cousin, planning to live independently. Now her brother is planning to marry the sister of the Earl of Standish, Tom. When problems arise in the planned marriage, Isabelle and Tom work together to resolve matters, and both reconsider their view of marriage.
But her brothers attempt to rush her into to marriage, concerned they may given her too much freedom, leads to problems, and a previously rejected suitor leads to a suspense subplot.
She finds work as a governess to a spoiled little girl, the young sister of a Duke. The Duke and his sister also lost their parents early and unexpectedly.
While Agnes was taught how to run an estate, the Duke was not, and she winds up teaching him as well — everything from how to manage the staff to how to host a ball. The ball is a great sequence. The conflict and resolution are predictable and no less enjoyable for thatbut the subplot of the late mother is dark, so this is sweet but not that light.
Having the epilogue as an online bonus is mildly annoying, and unusually, the story is almost completely from the perspective of Agnes. But her troubles are just beginning.Reading, Writing & Romance Actor Wayne Wenders takes a job as a substitute teacher to make ends meet while he waits for his big break, but he soon finds himself enjoying the job and falling for his pretty fellow teacher.
That's right: You can now write romance and mystery novels for Hallmark rutadeltambor.com about a dream job! But there are some ground rules. Your story must be: 65, - 85, words. Reading, Writing & Romance Struggling actor Wayne still needs financial help from his worried parents as major parts are hard to find.
He then takes on a job teaching Shakespeare, falls in love with a colleague but faces the wrath of a jealous vice principal. Contributing editor Melissa Hart caught up with three modern-day literary power couples who balance marriage, day jobs, and/or cats or kids with running small presses, literary magazines, and writing conferences.
Struggling actor Wayne still needs financial help from his worried parents as major parts are hard to find.
Father finally convinces him to make some use of his teaching degree and accept at least an interim as high-school English teacher, for which he proves more adequate then the present staff. Aug 10, · READING, WRITING AND ROMANCE is the latest in the string of Hallmark Channel romantic comedies in which an arts professional takes a temporary job teaching high school and discovers his true vocation of helping to inspire youngsters/10().