Grounds for Divorce Woodford 1948 (original publication 1937) Love and intrigue are what this book is all about. For me, it was the phrase at the top: “He was weak and she was wanton.” Who can say no to that
Maiden Flight Betty Beaty 1963 (original publication 1956) It is been a while since we have had a Friday Fiction selection, but today is your lucky day with a romance special featuring an airline stewardess. Like most romance fiction of
Spinster’s Song Bonds 1984 We haven’t had a romance or a “friday fiction” post in a while. Here is your fix for the week. This story is about a doctor named Mary, evidently destined for spinsterhood. Of course there is
The Deputy’s Perfect Match Carter 2017 I have been on a romance binge for the last year or so. Lately, I prefer the contemporary/HEA kind, provided I don’t hate the protagonist or think he/she is particularly stupid. I am also
Cooking in the Nude Quickies Cornwell and Cornwell 1987 I guess we can rule out bacon as an ingredient in today’s cookbook. It really is just a basic cookbook with suggestive titles for recipes. Lots of “wink, wink, nudge,nudge” humor.
Man in Charge Peake 1973 Another romance title from yesteryear, this time from the exciting world of retail! Our story opens with Juliet and her mother making a visit to a retail mogul. Evidently Juliet’s mother was formerly engaged to
Will You Give My Mommy a Baby?
In a nutshell, today’s romance selection for Friday Fiction is your typical meet cute (OMG! My kid called 911 to get me a firefighter man!) and then romantic comedy proceeds to drag the firefighter and hapless single mother into a reluctant relationship. Hilarity ensues and she gets a baby, a firefighter, and still has the semi-obnoxious Billy that started it all.
Too Many Boys Dickensen 1984 What an awful problem! Too many boys want to date you…. Nan and her college boyfriend Mac, are going to try the long distance thing. Nan’s idea is if she is too busy with clubs