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Favorite plots?

Hi guys! Sorry I went AWOL, I was on deadline for a book. I just turned in the manuscript for the second book in my Protection for Hire series. (The first book is out in December.)

Anyway, I did some light reading to celebrate and picked up a book I've been wanting to read for a long time, The Bartered Bride by Erica Vetsch. It was a good read, sweet and short with a good ending.

Reading the book also made me realize that I love bartered bride plots, where the heroine is sold to the hero has his bride. In Erica's book, the characters are betrothed and not yet married, but I also love plots where they get married and then fall in love with each other.

So what are some of your favorite plots?

I also posed this question on Goodreads if you want to join the discussion there!


  1. My most favorite type of book is the kind where they get married {for whatever reasons} and then they fall in love. <3

  2. I love those too! I'm not sure exactly why because I have friends who hate married couple romances, but I eat those up.


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