The link in the author’s name will take you to either a summary of their catalogue or a relevant review.
Carla Kelly – People are inherently good and their kindness will surprise you.
Caroline Linden – Fortune favours the bold.
Cecilia Grant – Live life on your own terms and be willing to accept the consequences.
Christina Lauren – Find someone with whom you can be your true self and who calls you on your bullshit.
Courtney Milan – Only you get to decide who you are. Fear is a waste of energy.
Jennifer Ashley – Love heals all wounds.
Julia Quinn – Marry your best friend.
Julie Anne Long – You must be willing to be emotionally vulnerable to find a true partner.
Kresley Cole – Misogynists need love, too, baby. He only hurts you because he loves you so.
Laura Florand – Sincere love gives you the courage and freedom to embrace your true self and someone else’s. You are braver than you know.
Lisa Kleypas – Make your own life and your own luck. Hard work is rewarded. To find a true partner, you will need to leave your comfort zone.
Lorraine Heath – Damaged people finding strength in each other and themselves to persevere and succeed. B-list author.
Loretta Chase – Find someone who challenges you and life will never be dull.
Mary Balogh – Broken people finding someone to fit their pieces to and moving forward with their lives.
Tessa Dare – Life is an adventure! Be bold.
Suggestions are always welcome.
Links to reviews can also be found on my complete reading list of books sorted by author or Author Commentary & The Tallies Shameful.
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