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‘Blood and Treasure’ Review: The Action-Adventure Drama You Need to Watch

Looking for a swashbuckling adventure with plenty of romance? Then you’ll love Blood and Treasure. It’s a cross between Indiana Jones and The Mummy with a little Tomb Raider thrown in. The energy in each episode is contagious; the writing sharp and witty. Moreover, Danny and Lexi add just the right amount of sexy to every episode.

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‘The Glass Ocean’ Book Review: You’ll Love this Historical Mystery Full of Romance Score 95%

‘The Glass Ocean’ Book Review: You’ll Love this Historical Mystery Full of Romance

If you have enjoyed any of the previous works by Lauren Willig, Beatriz Williams, or Karen White, or their previous collaboration, you might enjoy The Glass Ocean. If you like mysteries, romances, stories about writers, or stories set on ships, you should check out The Glass Ocean.

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16 Clean Free Romance E-Books To Be Read Right Now: Part 1

Stories with swoon-worthy romance can be supremely satisfying to read. What makes a romance even better is when the storyteller understands the art of old-fashioned chivalrous romance. Unfortunately, wholesome romance books can sometimes be difficult to find. So, if that’s your jam, here’s a list of clean free romance e-Books created with you in mind.

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Ranking the 16 Best Adaptations of the Beauty and the Beast Story

The Beauty and the Beast story is a tale as old as time. From Cupid and Psyche to the lesser-known...

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20 of the Most Romantic Period Drama TV Series to Watch

We’ve rounded up 20 of the best and most romantic period drama TV series to watch of all time. From popular period drama shows like Downton Abbey to underrated series you should put on your watchlist, these choices include heart-thumping romance for you to swoon over.

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‘Cold Comfort Farm’ Book Review: A Futurist, Romantic Parody Score 80%

‘Cold Comfort Farm’ Book Review: A Futurist, Romantic Parody

Thus, begins Cold Comfort Farm, setting the tone for this tale of one young busybody, Miss Flora Poste. Cold Comfort Farm is a comedic novel, a gentle parody of romantic pastoral novels, of societal mores and the like.

It is also a futuristic novel, set in the near future (from 1932), after the fictional Anglo-Nicaraguan War of 1946, in which there are TV phones, and people jet around in private planes, flying themselves here and there.

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