Novels about dating

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Big city newbie Eva Tramell literally falls at the feet of billionaire tycoon Gideon Cross, kickstarting a steamy romance that reveals secrets from both their dark pasts. There's a reason one Amazon reviewer called it the "soap opera version of The second-oldest book on the list, this 1847 novel tells the tale of courageous governess and heroine Jane Eyre and her brooding employer with a terrible secret, Mr. The first-person narrative set a new standard for what romance could be — no wonder readers still love it more than 170 years later.

The prolific Nora Roberts has penned more than 200 romance novels, but this one earned top marks from her fans as the first installment in The Bride Quartet.

Told from a male POV, our somewhat crass narrator Drew Evans is (you guessed it) a rich, smooth-talking businessman who's suddenly flummoxed by the arrival of a new associate at his father's investment banking firm. Say it ain't so, but we first watched *that* rain scene 15 years ago.

Revisit Noah and Allie in the 1996 book about a South Carolina socialite separated from her summer love before their letters (and later notebooks) bring them back together.

Like the title implies, Caroline learns, uh, more than a bit about her next-door neighbor Simon by the noises she hears through her paper-thin walls.

Fed up by the loud awakenings, she marches over there herself to kick off a funny yet steamy read.

LONG SLOW BURN by Isabel Sharpe (Harlequin Blaze) Synopsis: Kim Horton is turning the Big 3-0 and needs to get her life together.

His solution: the Wife Project, a specially designed survey designed to find him the perfect spouse.

We don’t get to see each other frequently—once every few months—but it’s the perfect amount of time. As always, after awhile our conversation turned towards men. When I think about meetiing men online, what comes to mind is a last resort. Not exactly a winning testimony for online dating, is it?

We’re both single and well, I suppose you could say we’re looking. I’m of the wait-and-see mindset while my girlfriend is 21-century dating. The day I begin to date online is the day that I’ve decided alright, it’s time to settle down and find a husband. That’s the stigma that online dating still has (mostly perpetuated by women like me who refuse to dip their toe.) But I know it’s a wrong one. Why do I still carry this judgment about online dating?

Readers have devoured more than 30 million copies of this Pulitzer Prize winner since 1936. The first book in the Black Dagger Brotherhood Series sets up the paranormal plot: "The only purebred vampire left on the planet and the leader of the Black Dagger Brotherhood, Wrath has a score to settle with the slayers who killed his parents centuries ago ...

Yep, before it became an epic costume drama on Starz, this time-traveling romance novel introduced the world to Claire Randall, a former British combat nurse, and her Scottish warrior love interest ... Another relatively new entry, this 2016 debut novel from Sally Thorne details the bitter rivalry between coworkers Lucy Hutton and her sworn nemesis Joshua Templeman as they compete for the same promotion. Racked by a restlessness in her body that wasn’t there before, Beth Randall is helpless against the dangerously sexy man who comes to her at night with shadows in his eyes."On the lighter side of things, enter a classic beach read set on the Florida shore. Bad boy Rush is the rich son of a famous rock star. Rounding out the top 10 is the first entry in Sylvia Day's Crossfire series.

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