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10 Literary Bad Boys We Love to Love

by Isla McKetta on July 18, 2012




Whether or not the cliché that every girl loves a bad boy began with literature, books can set up some pretty strange relationship expectations. And even though we know better, some literary bad boys are impossible to resist. Here are 10 naughty men to set your heart a-racing. Bad to the Bone Dorian Gray, The […]

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6 Romantic Classics Sure to Fire up Your Valentine’s Day

by Katie Fetting-Schlerf on February 9, 2012




Instead of an over-priced dinner at a crowded restaurant, you may want to consider a quiet night at home for Valentine’s Day with a good book.  Below are 6 excellent classic novels renowned for their passion and romance. Pride & Prejudice by Jane Austen Elizabeth Bennet, literature’s most perfect heroine, and her Mr. Darcy banter […]

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Valentine’s Day Most Romantic Reads & Sexy Stories

by Derwood Hunsdale-Talbot on February 14, 2011




Valentine’s Day appeal the most to two groups of people: the kinds of people who cry during Hallmark commercials and the ones that have sex every day (sometimes twice). Since last year’s V-day tribute was dedicated to those looking for love and missing out, here’s hoping that the past 365 days of searching have paid […]

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Books and Body Pillows: Your Valentine’s Day Reading List

by Derwood Hunsdale-Talbot on February 12, 2010




Dateless for V-Day?

Down in the dumps?

Don’t be. Because while all your friends and family are out cavorting out on the town or in between the sheets, they are not reading. Their fancy dinners will last a few hours and might give them food poisoning. Unlike the book you read. A book knows how to treat you right.

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