Valentine's Fantasy

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Kimani Press, Jan 28, 2014 - Fiction - 363 pages
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On this special day dedicated to romance, wonderful things can happen: secret desires may be spoken, roses can arrive with a card saying "I love you," or a dizzying kiss is exchanged for the first time. Now, two of your favorite Harlequin Kimani authors—with some help from cupid, of course—have sent their own Valentine's Day gift: a duet of thrilling stories filled with passion and desire… 

When Valentines Collide by Adrianne Byrd 

Dr. Chante Valentine and Dr. Matthew Valentine know all the right moves to nurture relationships—except when it comes to mending their own. Since divorce would jeopardize their respective careers, the love gurus reluctantly agree to a "sex-therapy" retreat. Will the love doctors gain a second chance at happiness? 

To Love Again by Janice Sims 

San Francisco caterer Alana Calloway is bitter and lonely after the death of her police officer husband. Then she receives flowers from a secret admirer. After a stunning revelation, will Alana be able to let go of the past and learn to love again…in Nicholas Setera's arms?
  

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Review: Valentine's Fantasy: When Valentines Collide\To Love Again

User Review  - Reshemah - Goodreads

The first story by Adrianne Byrd was a really good story. The second story by Janice Sims was just okay. I couldn't really get into it. Read full review

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National bestselling author Adrianne Byrd has been featured in many publications, including Today's Black Woman, Upscale, and Heart and Soul. She has also won local awards for screenwriting. For the future, she looks forward to continuing to create characters that make people smile, laugh, and fall in love. She currently calls Georgia home.

With the publication of Temptation's Song in July 2010, Janice Sims celebrates fourteen years as a romance writer. In fourteen years she's published seventeen novels and had nine stories included in anthologies. When asked why she writes romances, she smiles and says it's the only genre in which happily ever after is a foregone conclusion. Plus, where else are you going to find a perfect male?

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