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Cheryl Reavis
An award-winning published author, Cheryl Reavis's literary short stories have appeared in a number of "little magazines" such as The Crescent Review, Sanskrit, The Bad Apple, The Emrys Journal, and the Greensboro Group's statewide competition anthology, WRITER'S CHOICE. Her contemporary romance... show more

An award-winning published author, Cheryl Reavis's literary short stories have appeared in a number of "little magazines" such as The Crescent Review, Sanskrit, The Bad Apple, The Emrys Journal, and the Greensboro Group's statewide competition anthology, WRITER'S CHOICE. Her contemporary romance novel, A CRIME OF THE HEART, reached millions of readers in Good Housekeeping magazine. She has won the Romance Writers of America's coveted RITA award four times and she is a three-time finalist. Publishers Weekly described her contemporary novel, PROMISE ME A RAINBOW, as "...an example of delicately crafted, eminently satisfying romantic fiction..."
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Lynsey A's Love of Romance
Lynsey A's Love of Romance rated it 9 years ago
Well, nothing to write home about. The story was quite slow and the love seemed to come out of nowhere for our H and h. The ending was pretty decent. I had a few issues. The father was absolutely horrid and I wished he in some way paid for how he behaved and treated his family. I suppose losing the ...
Tina's Reading Books
Tina's Reading Books rated it 9 years ago
This wasn't a bad book by any means but it felt very heavy. For a romance it seemed utterly lacking in real joy until the very end.The tone of the book is set somewhat by Catherine. She lives a half-life, sad about her inability to have children and abandoned by her husband because of it.And then ...
Books are like Air ...
Books are like Air ... rated it 10 years ago
Free on Amazon 07/19/2012.ARC on 06/03/2012.
Nighttime Reading Center
Nighttime Reading Center rated it 10 years ago
I read this in a combind book with two other books.
salythereader
salythereader rated it 11 years ago
I enjoyed The Older Woman, it was a very subtle book.Calvin Doyle is still recovering from the injuries he received in the crash and the death of his friends, he was a para-trooper. He still has trouble in walking and has pains and he is still a bit upset over his friend's Rita's marriage, since he ...
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