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moonsailing
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Rachel Hawthorne books

hello everyone!

 

So I just finished reading books like Lost It and Sticky Fingers. If anyone else has read those books you know that they are quick reads and have love scenes in them, I'm trying to find more like that!

 

I came across Rachel Hawthorne books at the library and checked a coule out today but haven't started reading them yet, does anybody recommened them or know if there anything like Sticky Fingers and Lost It?

 

Also, If you have any other suggestion please let me know!

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Re: Rachel Hawthorne books

If you're looking for love scenes, then Anatomy of a Boyfriend would be a good choice. It's pretty detailed about everything though, just so you know.
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Re: Rachel Hawthorne books

ive read basically all of her books, they are really cute i always read them just for fun, if you looking for love scenes there arent any in her books but sometimes its implied, but they are cute romance stories
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Re: Rachel Hawthorne books

I havent read any books called Lost it or Sticky Fingers but I do recommend Rachel Hawthorne books.They are very good, well from all of the Dark Guardian series that Ive read, um wat books did u gt.

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Re: Rachel Hawthorne books

ive seen some of her books, and they sound good.

thats an alias im pretty sure for a romance writer that ive read, but im to lazy to look

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Re: Rachel Hawthorne books

You're responding to a post from 2009, so I doubt you will get any answers...

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Re: Rachel Hawthorne books

lol, i know, but maybe the members who still come on here will help her?

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