True love can develop in a number of ways. Sometimes it happens at first sight. Sometimes it takes warm beer, teenage nights at the beach, misunderstood conversations and a lot of persistence. A little luck never hurt either.
A Room with a View is a 1908 novel by English writer E. M. Forster, about a young woman in the restrained culture of Edwardian era England. Set in Italy and England, the story is both a romance and a critique of English society at the beginning of the 20th century. Merchant Ivory produced an award-winning film adaptation in 1985.
Fall in love with the Kensington siblings in this new contemporary romance series that will make you laugh, make you cry, and make you believe in the unparalleled power of the heart.
Sometimes fate turns lovers into fools...
Shane Kensington has dedicated his life to serving others as a police officer, sworn to protect the community and people that he loves. But a tragic mistake he made three years ago shattered his confidence and turned his world upside down. Since then, Shane has become a shell of the person he once was.
Until the day he met Heidi...
Heidi Griffin is a single mother struggling to make a life for herself and her troubled young son. Still grieving her husband's untimely death, Heidi is adamant that she won't open herself up to love -- and loss -- again.
The sparks that fly between these two are undeniable, but as they hurtle closer and closer to each other, a devastating secret may force them apart...forever.
Full-length, stand-alone novel!
The Princess Aline is a sweet love story told with charming and delicate art, in Mr. Davis' own bright way. The heroine, Miss Morris, is a lovable young woman with heaps of common sense, sympathy, wit and humor, so wonderfully and vividly set forth that the reader finds it hard to forgive Carlton for not sooner discovering that he loved her instead of pursuing the Princess Aline in a useless love-chase. Mr. Davis has a teasing way of withholding his secret until the very last moment, but it is easy to forgive him, the result is usually so pleasing. Mr. Davis shows a comprehensive acquaintance with human nature; he has a simple yet sparkling humor in his treatment of subjects, together with a literary grace which places him in a distinct niche, where few if any rivals will be able to reach him.
This novel deals with the gulf between the generations, presented the hideousness of the smug family circle, and shows gloriously young love breasting the barbed wire entanglements of old conventions. All this Meredith does brilliantly, with the penetration which only the greatest possess, and with that understanding of human nature which endures as fame.