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By Radhika Sanghani. These books are aimed not at the core middle-aged readership but at younger women and teenagers too. Anouska Knight is one of these new authors. Her recent novel, A Part of Me, tells the story of a couple trying to adopt a child. It's time girls and boys were on the same page. Boons Mots: the best lines from Mills and Boon.
November 21, by J. The hardcover edition of House of Glass with its beautiful artwork. If the author is Sara Seale, magical thinking is required. Most of her books were written and first published in the ss, when the worlds she creates were slightly more possible, and the characters who populate those worlds a bit less disturbing. But Seale takes this tried and true romance formula to places I would never have imagined. Almost all her heroines are teenagers or just barely over 18, poor and very innocent. The best of her books — and there are several that are undeservedly forgotten gems — are coming-of-age stories, where we see the heroine through a year or more, growing from an adolescent into a woman, with the hero coming to love her as the woman she becomes.
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Val Derbyshire said the books should be read by women and men with pride rather than guilty embarrassment. Instead, they are largely stories of feminist triumph, with the brooding male hero often forced to acknowledge his sexism and change his ways. Some commentators have criticised the books as having needy heroines, desperate for the love of a brutish man. The novels also tackle important issues head-on, the academic said. Another criticism of the books is that they are formulaic.