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May. 17th, 2004

04:46 pm - Hey, all...

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Here's a list I currently have available for trading. If nobody wants them by the next time I go the paperback trade store, you've missed your chance... lol. I'll say what romance genre they are, but I won't give reviews or anything, because I've found that even if I may not like a book there's usually somebody who does/wants it. They're alphabetical by author. If I have more than one by an author, the titles are listed under the same heading, on separate lines.

C= contemporary
H= historical

Bevarly, Elizabeth: He Could Be The One C
Take Me, I'm Yours C

Carroll, Leslie: Miss Match C

Criswell, Millie: Dangerous H
Defiant</i> H
Desperate H
Mad About Mia C
The Trials of Angela C
True Love H

Fleming, Georgina: The Light to My Darkness H

Goudge, Eileen: One Last Dance C

Jaffe, Michele: Secret Admirer/Lady Killer (double book) H

James, Eloisa:Enchanting Pleasures H
Fool For Love H

Litton, Josie: Fountain of Dreams H

Pappano, Marilyn: Small Wonders C

Phillips, Susan Elizabeth: Honey Moon C

Taylor, Mackenzie: The Way You Look Tonight C

Woodwiss, Kathleen E.:The Flame and the Flower H

Hee, and as for myself, I don't have a specific wish list, but I'll give some genres I like behind the cut to give you a general idea:

I like humorous contemporaries, spy or thriller romances, Regencies, time travel, anything with a sort of mystical bent, and romances set in the Old West.

I've never participated in a book trade through the mail before. This should be fun!


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Date:May 18th, 2004 04:18 pm (UTC)
I have an old west romance with a time/travel mystical bent...It's called Dream Weaver by Kathleen Kane; here is a link if you want to read what it's about: http://www.romantictimes.com/index.html?/data/books/6274.html

I am interested in Criswell, Millie's True Love if you want to trade.

I am curious about your "The Flame and the Flower" is it one of the original copies? If so you may want to reconsider trading it. "The Flame and the Flower" was one of the early bodice rippers and if you have a first edition you may want to consider keeping it.
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Date:June 7th, 2004 02:01 pm (UTC)
Hey! Sorry I didn't get back to you earlier! I'd love to trade if you're still interested. You can emial me at princess_poet85@yahoo.com
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