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Love... and Other Troubles: Three Short Romantic Stories | [Kimberly Lowe, E.C. Mortimer]

Love... and Other Troubles: Three Short Romantic Stories

Here are three stories in this audiobook. All three about love, but... It’s not quite that simple!

The first story was written by Kimbely Lowe and titled "So I Tamed a Texan”. It's a classic old-style "boy meets girl”, or rather "rich girl meets a poor boy, or rather knows him all her life but…” story.

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Publisher's Summary

Here are three stories in this audiobook. All three about love, but... It’s not quite that simple!

The first story was written by Kimbely Lowe and titled "So I Tamed a Texan”. It's a classic old-style "boy meets girl”, or rather "rich girl meets a poor boy, or rather knows him all her life but…” story. With a few modern twists, and of course some complications. Or rather a lot of complications.

The other story, by the same author, has the title „So I Saved an Agent” and is also set in a simpler and more romantic epoch, but this time it's the mob and secrets agents that add taste and excitement to the love.

The third story is by E.C. Mortimer and has the title "Lost in Service: A Romantic Suspense Short Story”. It's a wholly modern work - with love of course, but also with helicopters and laser aiming devices. But love is prominent here as well, though a bit unusual, not to say perverse. And this one, for a change, is written from the male perspective.

©2014 Piotr Obminski (P)2014 Piotr Obminski

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