Three romances to celebrate #libraryloversday

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my-life-undecidedTo introduce our first book we need to tell you a little backstory. In 1971 Luke Rhinehart (aka George Cockcroft) wrote a book called “The dice man,” where a man makes all his decisions by tossing a pair of dice. Jessica Brody brings this idea up to date in “My life undecided” by making her character Brooklyn Pierce turn to strangers on the internet when it comes to making decisions. This of course has unforeseen consequences for Brooklyn, who finds that some things are beyond your control including who you fall in love with. It’s the perfect recipe for romantic comedy.

 

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“Alex and Eliza” by Melissa De La Cruz is a world away from our first novel. Set against the American Revolution this love story is based on a true story. The Schuylers who are the cream of New York Society are planning a grand ball and Eliza the second daughter is about to be swept off her unsuspecting feet by the charm of Alexander Hamilton. Hamilton began life as an orphan but rose to become an aide to George Washington and then his chief economic adviser. No doubt it was his dashing good looks and wit that won Eliza’s heart!

 

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Our last book, “Farewell my French Love” is a romance for readers of senior fiction. It begins with our heroine Nadine Williams nursing a broken heart after the death of her husband Olivier. To help her recuperate, her friend Jane, takes her on a glorious journey from Barcelona to Paris. Along the way they sample the food and the fashion and deal with the challenge of friendship. When she reaches Paris, Nadine meets a man who challenges her to love again. Will she take the opportunity?

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