Thrilling Romance Novels Review

Scott Nicholson writes Liquid Fear, a novel about a man who wakes up with a murdered woman in his motel with only a bottle of pills as a clue to what might have happened. It takes on the mystery of a pharmacy conspiracy that occurred years before and left one of them dead and the rest with acute memory loss. Now, the experiments continue and to keep off dangerous side effects such as phobias and dangerous impulses, they must take pills every four hours, but the pills have run out and the people are cracking beneath the pressure. The story surrounds the struggle of these characters to figure out what to do when the pills have run out and their inhibitions are no longer in their own hold.

Nancy C. Johnson writes Her Last Letter, is about a pair of three sisters, one of which died and left a letter saying that one of her sister's husbands murdered her, as they were involved in intimate relations. Now, it is up to the two living sisters to determine which of their husbands was the killer and which of the ones had the relationship with the sister. Both men are wealthy with mysterious backgrounds and are suspects causing a whirlwind of mistrust and suspicion in the lives of these two women. For danger and suspense, this is a novel to read.

J.R. Rain writes Moon Dance, a novel about a female vampire who has children and a husband and became a vampire only six years ago when she was attacked. While trying to carry on her business, she also has to deal with her husband's dislike of her vampire form and the strain that her cold body puts on their love life. Luckily, she finds a new love later on and manages to overcome her obstacles. Heather Killough-Walden writes A Big Bad Wolf Romance: The Spell. This book is about a young witch who dreams of werewolves, one being a murderer and the other being a man with a dark past who seeks revenge upon a warlock who once took his brother from him. Drawn to each other, this is a story of magical romance that follows the journey of two people whose paths cross and they are unable to do anything to stop the connection between them. The third installment in a series, you could try reading The Strip and The Heat, as well, for a more comprehensive look on the books.

Lori Foster writes When You Dare, a book about a professional mercenary who believes that persona lives should never mix in business. But when a lovely woman asks him to track down a man who had kidnapped her, he can't resist her beauty and is tempted to mix pleasure with business. Molly, however, is in a mission and cannot think of anything but who among her father or old fianc might have been the one that kidnapped her. For a book that is filled with passion and crime, as well as the intensity of some dark, shady business, this is the novel to read.

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Why Women Crave for Romance

Men are {infinitely

considerablybly

much} luckier than women when it comes to {initiating

establishing

starting} relationships. All they have to do is {woo

pursue} their desired female with {loads

lots

plenty} of romance, and more often than not, the elusive heart is conquered. Even the typical hardened woman who has sworn off men would most likely {melt

give in} if she were showered with flowers, serenaded with music, {enticed

tempted} with chocolates, treated to candlelit dinners, shown romantic sunsets, walks on the beach, and whatever else her heart desires.

The secret lies in the wooing {{technique

approach

method}}. It is probably best if the man will surreptitiously {conduct

do} his own research of what the pursued lady's interests are. Sometimes, the simpler yet {sincere

honest} gestures are the ones that {garner

get} the most appreciation. Expensive jewelry and fur coats may take her breath away but {extravagant

exorbitant} gifts such as those could sometimes be intimidating, making the recipient doubt if she is indeed {worthy

deserving} of such frills, or if the gentleman is merely showing off. A more low-key but {sentimental

affectionate

sensitive} approach such as an invitation to a concert of her favorite artist, dinner at her favorite {restaurant

cafe}, tickets to a tennis match she is interested in - these are sure to win the pursuer some {heavyweight

big-time} points. It is more {appreciated

valued} if a woman's interests are entertained and given importance, rather than blinding her with far too much flamboyance. It may work for some, but the relationship might not go beyond the superficial stage, and rely on material wealth to survive.

So why do women fall for romantic gestures? Why do they swoon at the very idea of romance? The answer is actually very simple - women thrive on appreciation. Romantic words and actions convey a {deep

strong} appreciation of the person they are addressed to. Simply put, they profess the message, "I adore you." Aside from delivering a very positive message, they come across as {extremely

very} respectful of a woman. A love letter sincerely and beautifully written is a powerful {medium

instrument} of expression. It proclaims love, respect, and {admiration

approval}; it tells the recipient, "I adore you so much that I am willing to go through all this trouble to write down my feelings instead of buying a ready-made card or giving you a {meaningless

trifling} gift." It allows the reader to ponder on the words and carefully consider the writer's message. Hopefully, with much thought, the writer will receive a positive response.

Aside from being appreciated, women love the idea of romance itself. Such gestures show a person that she is being treated with utmost care, her feelings are being strung like guitar strings, her emotions are being carefully dealt with, she is being treated like a queen, and that is exactly what she likes.

Assuming the wooer has succeeded, the question now is how to keep the romance alive, especially in long-married couples? The most important thing is to remember that this aspect needs some work and effort, and should not be assumed as an automatic occurrence in successful marriages. First and foremost, both men and women must make a commitment to take care of themselves, mind and body. It is a fact of life that physical appearance makes up a huge percent of a person's attractiveness. Likewise, a healthy mind perfectly complements it. It will not be entirely difficult to be romantic to your spouse if you still find her attractive. Second, regular private time together is a must, no matter how demanding the children, the chores, and other commitments may be. It does not have to be in a five-star hotel nor an island getaway. The important thing is the couple's togetherness and their desire to keep the fires burning. If only married couples would treat each other in the same way they did during the courtship stage, there would be fewer divorces around. Perhaps, they keep forgetting the fact that relationships not only thrive on love and respect, but they also hunger for romance.

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Marital Infidelity Office Romance Takes Flight

Long work hours which occur with alarming regularity are regarded as one of the classic signs of a cheating spouse. What makes it so hard to pin down however is that in this day and age with money being too tight to mention, it is at times an absolute necessity to put in overtime, go in on weekends or even your day off. Most families just to make ends meet require that both spouses work.

But whether good times or bad, the office has always been one of the prime meeting places for singles and married alike. In his article, "The Ugly Side of Office Relationships", Francis K. Githinji writes, "An office is always a fertile ground for working colleagues to hit it off in a relationship. It is a place where you are bound to meet new people who will always be within your proximity."

Proximity is the key word here. If familiarity breeds contempt, it can also give rise to enticement. The majority of spouses that cheat on their partner do not consciously take a job in the hopes of having an extramarital affair but it happens anyway. Working closely with someone allows you to observe them under a whole host of circumstances. How they react to high pressure situations, how they communicate and treat others, their attitude and professionalism toward their job and well as other factors.

A coworker will also see that person when they are relaxed and more than likely will also be exposed to that person's sense of humor. That goes a long way to forging a bond. It many ways a good sense of humor is allowing people into your world. If a spouse and one of the co workers have the same sense of humor, than the connection becomes that much closer.

A few generations ago office romances were not only frowned upon but actively discouraged. That of course didn't stop them from taking place. Now it seems the work environment has changed one hundred eighty degrees. In a CNN study done earlier this year forty percent acknowledged that they have had an office romance at one time or another. The astounding part of this survey was that sixty six percent felt there was no need to hide the relationship.

Unless they want a divorce, it's practically a given that a cheating spouse will not come forward and declare publicly their extra marital affair. But in some ways they don't have to. The old saying "what happens in Vegas stays in Vegas" can also apply to the office. Every work environment has a unique culture of its own with different levels of loyalty. Many coworkers may know what's going on but they don't feel it is anybody's concern; including the offended parties. The motto whether spoken or not is if you don't work here, then it's none of your business. In other words their first loyalty is toward their coworker. The majority of spouses go to work to work. They maintain their professionalism and save intimacy exclusively for their marriage. They also take seriously their wedding vows as well as the trust they have in themselves and their partner. Unfortunately for many others, the temptation is too great to resist. Being around someone they find physically and emotionally attractive 8 plus hours a day for 5 days out of the week puts their significant other at an unfair advantage.

Article written by Daryl Campbell- The Relationship Tip- Why is it that some married people never give up the game?

Betty Neels – Truly Irresistible for Romance Lovers!

I've read many, if not all books of Betty Neels. When her birthday came on the fifteenth of September, I just thought writing a blog about her would be a perfect tribute to this amazing writer. Though most of Betty's novels seem to sound the same, what never ceases to amaze me is that each one is unique and wonderful on its own. From her first book -Sister Peters in Amsterdam- to her last one -Emma's Wedding-, all the 134 books are classic reads. With a writing career that spanned from 1969 to 2001, Neels has kept readers spellbound with her sweet and sensitive love stories.

With a tall, handsome, very rich, often titled gentleman as the main character and a plain, responsible, not-so-well off lady as his counterpart, Betty Neel's novels seem to be pretty predictable. He, usually being a Dutch doctor - stern, placid, and even tempered, and she, having carroty red hair and a fiery temper to go with it. The main protagonists usually have pets and I guess her novels are probably the only place where cats and dogs stay in a room together without fighting! The key characters meet by chance and in most cases he helps her whenever she has a problem. She slowly falls in love with him, and his love for her is expressed only at the end of the story. And all's well after that!! Reading Betty Neels always makes me feel good and happy! Soft and subtle, realistic and romantic, pragmatic and passionate - Betty Neels' novels are truly irresistible for those who love reading romance novels.

Whenever I go to the library or a bookstore, my eyes always stray to the section that houses Betty's novels. There are many online stores that offer Betty Neels' novels at very low prices. You can just download these romance ebooks from the site and read it at your convenience. One site that has a great selection of romance ebooks is Diesel-ebooks. Just log on to the site and download your favourite Betty Neels and read them whenever you are free!