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Heartbeat

By Steel, Danielle

New York: Delacorte Press, 1991-02-01. First Edition. Hardcover. Good. 358 pages; heavy edge wear to boards, some soiling; In her twenty-seventh bestselling novel, Danielle Steel tells the unforgettable story of a man and a woman meeting the surprising challenges of love in our time. Poignant, often tender, and sometimes funny, Steel brings us close to two warm, decent, very real people coping with the curveballs life throws at them. And she has once again put her finger on the heartbeat of the issues of the day.

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Love Story

By Segal, Erich

New York: Signet, 1970. Mass Market Paperback. Good. 131 pages; edge wear, some light soiling; He is Oliver Barrett IV, a rich jock from a stuffy Wasp family on his way to a Harvard degree and a career in law. She is Jenny Cavilleri, a wisecracking working-class beauty studying music at Radcliffe. They are opposites in nearly every way. But they fell in love. This is their story.

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Slow Waltz in Cedar Bend
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Slow Waltz in Cedar Bend

By Wallers, Robert Jame

New York: Warner Books, Inc, 1994-12-01. Mass Market Paperback. Very Good. 226 pages; edge wear; Michael Tillman, a middle-aged economics professor, is happy enough with his life, until he meets Jellie Braden and falls in love. But their relationship is so passionate that Jellie takes flight to Southern India in search of her past, and Michael embarks on an exotic journey to bring her back.

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The Sheik And The Pregnant Bride (Silhouette Special Edition #1885)
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The Sheik And The Pregnant Bride (Silhouette Special Edition #1885)

By Mallery, Susan

Silhouette, 2008-03-01. Mass Market Paperback. Good. 218 pages; spine creasing, edge wear; Maggie Collins had come to the exotic kingdom of El Deharia to restore Prince Qadir's antique car…not to get married. The no-frills mechanic had been burned by love before, and marriage—even to a seductive sheik—didn't top her agenda. But then Qadir made her an offer she should have refused.It was meant to be a temporary engagement…until Maggie discovered she was pregnant. Now Qadir was honor-bound to give Maggie and her child the protection of his name. He never expected her to sweep him off his feet.Would there be a royal wedding after all?

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Rescue Operation (Harlequin Presents # 602)

By Jordan, Penny

Harlequin, 1983-05-01. Mass Market Paperback. Good. 188 pages; spine creasing, edge wear; Chelsea had been innocent, naive enough to believe her love was so pure it would last forever. But Darren had lied to her, and when she found out heal ready had a wife, Chelsea turned her back on romance. Now her own niece was about to make the same mistake she had made -- with a man infinitely more desirable and sophisticated than Chelsea's first love had been. There was nothing she could do to shield the young girl from anguish. Except,perhaps, to steal the man away herself..

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From Texas, with Love (Harlequin American Romance #1157)
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From Texas, with Love (Harlequin American Romance #1157)

By Thacker, Cathy Gillen

Harlequin, 2007-04-10. Mass Market Paperback. Good. 219 pages; spine creasing, edge wear; Will McCabe arrives in New York City with specific instructions--bring Samantha Holmes back to Laramie, Texas, for her estranged brother's wedding. ... Show synopsis Will McCabe arrives in New York City with specific instructions--bring Samantha Holmes back to Laramie, Texas, for her estranged brother's wedding. Reluctantly she agrees to go with him. But Samantha's determined not to stay...and not to fall for the irresistible Will. Convincing the fiery brunette to come back with him is one thing. But Will realizes he "does" want her to stay in Laramie--and convincing her to do that is another thing altogether. To Samantha's surprise, life in small-town Texas is beginning to grow on her, and so is Will. Does that mean there could be "two" weddings in Laramie?

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The Man From Texas (Harlequin Super Romance #1443)
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The Man From Texas (Harlequin Super Romance #1443)

By Style, Linda

New York: Harlequin, 2007-09-11. Mass Market Paperback. Good. 283 pages; spine creasing, edge wear; Jack Parker was just a kid when they locked his father away for murder. Raised by adoptive parents, he's been searching for a sense of identity ever since--and a truth he can live with. And if that means ending his budding relationship with Taylor Dundee by implicating Taylor's mother as the real killer, so be it. When Jack's investigation uncovers a shocking secret about her family, Taylor never wants to see the handsome man from Texas again. But unfortunately, she needs him to help her get to the bottom of her dead mother's lies--and right so many old wrongs to so many people. Starting with Jack. And then she'll have to find a way to tell him she's carrying his child....

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Passion's Baby (Harlequin Presents #2172)
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Passion's Baby (Harlequin Presents #2172)

By Spencer, Catherine

Harlequin, 2001-04-01. Mass Market Paperback. Good. 185 pages; spine creasing, edge wear; First passion, then pregnancy . . . then a proposal Jane Ogilvie was fascinated with Liam McGuire, a sexy, brooding man with a troubled soul -- and it was obvious that Liam's desire for her was barely held in check. One out-of-control, passion-filled night later, and Jane was in trouble. Not only had she fallen head over heels in love with Liam, there was a good chance she was pregnant. Knowing Liam had vowed never to risk his emotions again, could Jane bear the thought of a proposal just for the baby's sake?

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Borrowed - One Bride (The Australians)
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Borrowed - One Bride (The Australians)

By David, Trisha

Harlequin, 1998-10-01. Mass Market Paperback. Good. 187 pages; edge wear, hinge creased; Beth Lister is despondent over her marriage of convenience, but before she can give her vows, the wedding photographer kidnaps her and whisks her away to his ranch in the outback.

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Bel Air
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Bel Air

By Stone, Katherine

New York: Zebra, 1990-05-01. Mass Market Paperback. Good. 446 pages; spine creases, edge wear; Rich with the delicious details of designer labels, powerful cars, and a thoroughly sumptuous setting, Bel Air is a spectacular, glittering novel. The most elegant men and women of high society meet their destinies as they go from one palatial mansion to the another, from one extravagant party to the next.

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Passion's Promise
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Passion's Promise

By Steel, Danielle

New York: Dell, 1977-01-01. Mass Market Paperback. Good. 350 pages; spine creasing, edge wear; Smart, beautiful, and very rich, Kezia Saint Martin leads two lives: one as a glamorous socialite jetting between the poshest places in Europe and America; the other, under a false name, as a dedicated journalist committed to justice and her profession.But the two worlds are pulling her apart, leaving her conflicted about her identity and the lies she tells to every man she meets. Then she meets Lucas Johns, a bold, dynamic crusader for social change -- and an ex-con. Their attraction is immediate, but their love may be just one step from tragedy at any time.

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Twelve Across (Harlequin Temptation #144)
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Twelve Across (Harlequin Temptation #144)

By Delinsky, Barbara

New York: Harlequin, 1987-01-01. Mass Market Paperback. Good. 221 pages; spine creasing, edge wear; Garrick Rodenheiser crashed, burned anf found a second chance when he crawled away from the wreckage of his life four years ago. And while he hasn't exactly escaped his past, he's kept it far enough away. Until trouble in the form of a rain-soaked, bleeding woman comes banging on the door of his remote cabin. True, she doesn't look like a reporter. But the word trust simply isn't in Garrick's vocabulary anymore

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Suspicious Minds (Silhouette Intimate Moments #250)
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Suspicious Minds (Silhouette Intimate Moments #250)

By Riggs, Paula Detmer

Silhouette Books, 1988-08-01. Mass Market Paperback. Good. 253 pages; spine creasing, edge wear; Naval investigator Roarke McKinley had trusted a woman once, and that mistake had nearly cost him his life. In his business you couldn't be too careful, and he had no intention of being fooled again by a pretty face and a soft voice. Then he met Juliet Prentice, who was suspected of dealing in government research -- for a price -- and his resolve began to weaken. All the evidence pointed her way, and Roarke had always been a man who believed his own eyes. But this time he was hoping he was wrong, because he didn't think he could bear to serve his country by betraying the woman he loved.

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Summer Heat
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Summer Heat

By Seger, Maura

New York: Pageant Books, 1988-11. Mass Market Paperback. Good. 181 pages; some edge wear;

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Odd Man Out (Harlequin Romance #2839)

By Cohen, Sharron

Harlequin, 1987-05-01. Mass Market Paperback. Good. 186 pages; spine and hinge crease, edge wear; Because of his illegitimacy, Jason had always felt odd man out in the wealthy Dorning family. Finally, ten years ago, he'd left Boston to carve his own destiny, leaving young Andrea heartbroken. Now his father's death revived the rivalry that had always existed between Jason and his brother, Robert. "My son is to inherit my entire estate on the day that he marries Andrea McKinley," their father's will stated. Andrea was enraged to Robert. But Jason had been her first great love. Would he use that love just to give his brother a run for his money

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The Heritage

By Keyes, Frances Parkinson

New York: McGraw-Hill, 1968. Hardcover. Good. 321 pages; edge wear/rubbing to extremities, corners bumped, repaired tear in spine cloth. Peter Bradford had not intended to fall in love on his journey to Ireland. But from the moment he caught sight of the lovely stranger in his railway carriage, he knew he had to have her. He did not know then that she was already entangled in his life- or that her own desires would shape his future in a way the he never dreamed.

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A Fire in the Blood

By Simmons, Mary Kay

Pocket, 1977-06-01. Mass Market Paperback. Fair. 405 pages; spine creasing, spine curved and canted a bit; small separation of front cover at lower left edge of spine, edge wear; Julie -- A tempestuous violet-eyed beauty Mark couldn't forget! Expelled from a convent because of her wayward desires, she plunged into ecstasy with the one man who could tame her...but then she met another man -- a seductive Frenchman -- whose devilish passions might destroy her! Mark -- A flame-haired man no woman could capture! Not even the practiced charms of the sensuous temptress, Miranda, could hold him. But Julie -- headstrong, young and winsome -- set a fire in his blood that would not be quenched!

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The Desert Castle (Harlequin Romance #1945)

By Chance, Isobel

Harlequin, 1976. Mass Market Paperback. Good. 190 pages; spine creases, edge wear;

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Refuge
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Refuge

By Bergren, Lisa T.

Multnomah Books, 1994-01-01. Paperback. Good. 336 pages; spine creasing, edge wear, some sunning to back cover; They found love and a mountain paradise...but could they stand against the forces that would tear them apart?

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Tilting at Windmills
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Tilting at Windmills

By Pittman, Joseph

New York: Atria, 2001-02-27. Hardcover. Very Good. 292 pages; corners lightly bumped, some edge wear to boards; With a lyrical tale of love and loss, Joseph Pittman joins the ranks of beloved authors such as Elizabeth Berg and Nicholas Sparks as he carries readers on an epic journey -- through the joys and tears of a life renewed -- and chronicles a very special love. At thirty-four, Brian Duncan has it all. The trendy Manhattan life, a fast-track job at a high-powered PR firm, a gorgeous fiancee -- a coworker with a future as exciting as his own. Then, in a single moment of deception, Brian's world crumbles. Bitterly betrayed, he decides to toss away all he has ever worked for and leave the city's busy streets behind. He finds himself irresistibly drawn to the road. On a hillside along New York's Hudson River Valley, Brian sees a giant windmill, its sails transfixing in their beauty. And running down the green hill toward the magnificent windmill is a lovely little girl, her blond hair floating in the wind. Her name is Janey, and she and her quietly alluring mother Annie, who owns the windmill, strike a chord in Brian's heart. It is a turning point in Brian's life, as he finds the small-town charms of Linden Corners comforting. He stays a day, and then another, and before long he has become another resident of this sleepy little world. Is it the windmill that has inspired him, or Annie Sullivan, whose elusive quality matches Brian's own questions about life? Even as Annie and Brian feel their relationship deepening into passion, the uncertainties they battle loom large -- perhaps too large. Through the force of nature and the hand of fate, Brian learns that love comes in unexpected ways

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