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Love Shadow

  [english | 1908]  

Ada Leverson

Excerpts: [... white eyelashes as rather un-English. So many artistic young men had told her she was like La Gioconda, that when she first saw the original in the ...... that the friends and acquaintances of both parties approve of and desire far more than the parties concerned. A sensible woman was surely required at ...... the fancy of a gilded youth. And, now I come to think of it, your ...]
Genres: [romance | humorDownloads: 121

Love Works Wonders

  [english | 1877]  

Charlotte Braeme

Summary: [Fantastic]
Genres: [romanceDownloads: 489

Lovey Mary

  [english | 1903]  

Alice Hegan Rice

Excerpts: [... airs fer a person in mournin'.'. She sat on the door-step, white and miserable. 67. Mrs. Wiggs took pictures from her walls and chairs from ...... broke in:. Oh, say, Miss Bell, please get some other girl. Tommy never would like Lovey. He's just like me: if people ain't pretty, he don't have ...... blood trickled down his chin. It was my little duck, he gasped as soon as he was ...]
Genres: [romanceDownloads: 38


  [english | 1895]  

Eva Bell Botsford

Summary: [Lucky is a 1999 memoir by Alice Sebold author of The Lovely Bones. The memoir describes her experiences of being raped and how the experience shaped the rest of her life.]
Genres: [romance | westernDownloads: 246

Luna Azul

  [spanish | 2010]  

Francine Zapater

Excerpts: [... volv a asomarme tmidamente a travs de los visillos. Quin era l. No conoca a nadie con semejante moto por aqu y eso era raro, porque en un pueblecito ...... me senta cmoda en el anonimato que me proporcionaba tener una amiga tan despampanante como Beth. Me permita contar con una ventaja que ella no tena. ...... mirada. Odiaba sonrojarme, hacia tan evidentes mis sentimientos. Era ...]
Genres: [fiction and literature | romance | creative commonsDownloads: 388

Madame Bovary

  [french | 1857]  

Gustave Flaubert

Summary: [Includes bibliographical references (p. 273).]
Genres: [fiction | romanceDownloads: 36

Madame Flirt

  [english | 1922]  

Charles Pearce

Summary: [Madame Flirt A Romance Of The Beggar S Opera by Charles E Pearce. Charles Edward Pearce -1924 was the British author of The Ball of Fortune 1883 Stirring Deeds in the Great War 1919 Corinthian Jack 1920 A Queen of the Paddock 1921 and Madame Flirt A Romance of The Beggar s Opera 1922 .]
Genres: [fiction and literature | romanceDownloads: 494

Mademoiselle Of Monte Carlo

  [english | 1921]  

William Le Queux

Summary: [An exciting tale set in the glamorous demi-monde of Europe in the 1920s. Exceptionally well-plotted and characterised the narrative is gripping to the end. Only the rather stilted dialogue writing lets it down.]
Genres: [thriller | romanceDownloads: 164

Man On The Box

  [english | 1904]  

Harold Macgrath

Summary: [A gay romance of Washington today carried off with admirable dash and spirit and with just enough tragedy to give point to the comic touch. The hero masquerades as a coachman takes service in his ladys livery becomes involved in a diplomatic intrigue and altogether has the liveliest kind of a time.]
Genres: [fiction | political | romanceDownloads: 50

Many Kingdoms

  [english | 1908]  

Elizabeth Jordan

Summary: [The Book of Roads and Kingdoms is a 9th century geography text by the Persian geographer Ibn Khordadbeh. It maps and describes the major trade routes of the time within the Muslim world and discusses distant trading regions such as Japan Korea and China. It was written around 870 CE while its author was Director of Posts and Police for the Abbasid province of Djibal. The work uses much of the ...]
Genres: [romanceDownloads: 404

Margaret Tudor

  [english | 1901]  

Annie Colcock

Excerpts: [... of us was Virginia, and we sought harbour at Nancemund, and lay there some weeks for needful repairs on the sloop, which was also provisioned afresh ...... wander no farther from the shore. The little spring where they had left us welled up, cold and clear, at the foot of a tall cypress-tree, and trickled ...... which they fastened upon our men, cutting the leathern thongs which ...]
Genres: [history | fiction and literature | romanceDownloads: 23

Marion Arleigh Penance

  [english | ]  

Charlotte Braeme

Summary: [Marion Arleigh S Penance Dodo Press by Charlotte M Braeme. Charlotte Mary Monica Brame Braeme 1836-1884 who also wrote under the pseudonym Bertha M. Clay was a prolific Victorian author. She was the author of many popular works of fiction and romance. Amongst her works are Dora Thorne 1877 Madolin s Lover 1879 Hilda 1882 Wife in Name Only 1883 The Wife s Secret 1884 A Dead Heart and Lady ...]
Genres: [romance | pulpDownloads: 199

Mary Louise And Josie Ogorman

  [english | 1922]  

Emma Speed Sampson

Summary: [Mary Louise Penny Books by Edith Van Dyne. Edith Van Dyne was one of the pseudonyms of Lyman Frank Baum 1856-1919 an American author actor and independent filmmaker best known as the creator along with illustrator W. W. Denslow of one of the most popular books ever written in American children s literature The Wonderful Wizard of Oz 1900 better known today as simply The Wizard of Oz. He wrote ...]
Genres: [romance | mysterydetective | young readersDownloads: 63

Mary Marie

  [english | 1920]  

Eleanor Hodgman Porter

Excerpts: [... else to read. But there weren't many love stories. Mother's got a few, though-lovely ones-and some books of poetry, on the little shelf in her room. ...... called. And pretty quick, of course, they stopped comin'. Housekeepin'. Attend to that. Well, y-yes, she did try to at first, a little but of ...... was more, quite a lot more, said. But I've forgotten the rest. Besides, they ...]
Genres: [romance | fiction and literatureDownloads: 251


  [english | 1820]  

Mary Shelley

Summary: [Narrating from her deathbed Matilda tells the story of her unnamed fathers confession of incestuous love for her followed by his suicide by drowning her relationship with a gifted young poet called Woodville fails to reverse Matildas emotional withdrawal or prevent her lonely death.]
Genres: [fiction | romanceDownloads: 295


  [english | 1911]  

William Macleod Raine

Summary: [Mavericks by William Macleod Raine. Western cowboy fiction illustrated by Clarence Rowe.]
Genres: [western | fiction and literature | romanceDownloads: 266

Melmoth Ou Lhomme Errant

  [french | 1820]  

Charles Robert Maturin

Excerpts: [... qui avait 'et'e autrefois une avenue, il d'ecouvrait sans cesse de nouvelles marques d'une d'esolation qui s''etait consid'erablement accrue ...... Je n'en sais rien. Cette r'eponse occasionna un cri g'en'eral d'horreur. L'interrogatoire continue. - Si vous croyiez Olavida coupable ...... n'eanmoins que le bruit terrible qui se faisait l`a-haut provenait de ce qu'elle s''etait ...]
Genres: [fiction | romance | gothicDownloads: 275

Melmoth The Wanderer Lock And Key Version

  [english | 1820]  

Charles Robert Maturin

Summary: [Bibliography: p. 31.]
Genres: [fiction | romance | gothicDownloads: 425

Michel And Angele

  [english | 1904]  

Gilbert Parker

Summary: [Michel And Angele by Gilbert Parker. From the introduction If it does not seem too childish a candour to say so Michel and Angele always seems to me like some old letter lifted out of an ancient cabinet with the faint perfume of bygone days upon it. Perhaps that is because the story itself had its origin in a true but brief record of some good Huguenots who fled from France and took refuge in ...]
Genres: [romance | history | adventureDownloads: 373

Miss Billy

  [english | 1914]  

Eleanor Hodgman Porter

Summary: [In this second book of the series Billy is engaged to Bertram Henshaw the artist. But the course of true love is fraught: She fears that he really only loves her as a model while he believes he has a rival. Sister Kate meddles too. The results are predictable and I didnt like it as well as the first book.]
Genres: [romanceDownloads: 241
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