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These days, there are a fair amount of films and TV shows that depict the difficulties of people who cope with the sometimes isolating aspects of autism, especially when it comes to romantic relationships. Alas, any stereotyping to be had is found on the other side of this tale of two sisters. But her Bianca quickly becomes more of a cardboard convenience than a fleshed-out human on many levels. For one, she and future husband Rob Amir Arison can somehow afford to move into rather spacious digs her closet alone could almost pass as a studio rental in a Manhattan-adjacent location. Rob also is lucky enough to be the rare journalist to get a promotion instead of an email announcing another round of layoffs.

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I’m happy with my boyfriend but don’t want sex

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Cathryn Parry writes contemporary romance from her home in Massachusetts. In her free time, she loves figure skating, planning as many vacations as possible and pursuing her genealogy hobby. Please visit her website at CathrynParry. Bestselling author and Rita finalist Emilie Rose has been writing for Harlequin since her first sale in A North Carolina native, Emilie has 4 sons and adopted mutt.

Writing is her third and hopefully her last career. She has managed a medical office and run a home day care, neither of which offers half as much satisfaction as plotting happy endings.

She loves cooking, gardening, fishing and camping. Former reporter Patricia Potter is the bestselling and award-winning author of more than sixty books including suspense, romance and contemporary romance. Multi-published author Mary Sullivan writes heartwarming, small-town romance. Her books have won awards and glowing reviews. Writing a book is much like putting together a jigsaw puzzle without the final image.

Mary indulges her passion for puzzles—particularly her daily cryptic crossword and putting together real jigsaw puzzles without the box—in her hometown of Toronto. Experience powerful relationships that deliver a strong emotional punch and a guaranteed happily ever after.

Except he has to share ownership with Jessica Hughes, his former crush and the ex-figure skater whose career he ended. Working with Jessica? Second Chance Mom Emilie Rose This is Rachel Bishop's second chance at being a mom to the little girl she'd secretly allowed her sister to adopt? Returning to her hometown after her sister's passing, Rachel is determined to do right by Chastity, but she hadn't counted on seeing her daughter's biological father, Matt Johnston, or to fall for him all over again.

She knows she has to learn to live again, but? He's a man with a lot of scars of his own… Cody's Come Home Mary Sullivan Bad choices have dominated Cody Jordan's life since leaving home ten years ago. Grieving a broken marriage and the death of his baby, Cody is back, looking for redemption and a fresh start.?

Aiyana Pearce and her little girl are a breath of fresh air. But is he worthy of what Aiyana's offering?

Jane Wants a Boyfriend

More than grades. More than classes. More than teachers.

The plot revolves around Jane, a woman with Asperger's Syndrome who is searching for a boyfriend with the help of her oldest sister, Bianca. Her parents want Jane to move in with her sister Bianca, who is moving in with her boyfriend Rob in Brooklyn. This causes some strife since Bianca is extremely protective, to the point where it chafes at Jane's growing desire for independence despite ambient noise creeping into her attention.

Growing up with four rowdy brothers and a cop father added to the spice in Ginger Jamison's life. It was her mother who placed a novel in her hands and turned up the heat for her love of romance. Spicy or sweet,Ginger learned that a good romance can take you completely away from the world. She now writes contemporary romances,filled with real people, real life,and true love.

I’m happy with my boyfriend but don’t want sex

Born and raised in Connecticut, Deborah now considers home to be wherever the moment moves her. She holds a B. She resides in California and is a wife, mother of three and works as a pediatric occupational therapist. Nicki Night is an edgy hopeless romantic who enjoys creating stories of love and new possibilities. Nicki has a penchant for adventure and is currently working on penning her next romantic escapade. Nicki resides in the city where dreams are made of, but occasionally travels to her treasured seaside hideaway to write in seclusion. She enjoys hearing directly from readers and can be contacted on Facebook, through her website at NickiNight. The trick is to escape. So in her charming Southern world filled with politics, football, and after school snacks, Carolyn Hector utilizes her knack for spinning every plausible situation into a romance story.

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Born and raised in Connecticut, Deborah now considers home to be wherever the moment moves her. Jeffries is the collaboration between two women who are lifelong romance-aholics. Jacqueline Hamilton grew up believing that life should always have a happy ending. An almost lawyer, Jackie decided to chuck it all, live her dream and become a writer. Miriam Pace grew up believing in fairy tales and happy endings.

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A year-old says she values her partner but feels no lust towards him. Mariella Frostrup suggests ways to create an erotic charge. We laugh all the time and I trust his opinion and extreme kindness.

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Susan Sleeman is a bestselling author of romantic suspense books. With over thirty published books, readers love her series for the well-drawn characters and edge of your seat action. She graduated from the FBI and local police academies so her research is spot on, and her characters are real. Susan hosts TheSuspenseZone.

We laugh all the time and I trust his opinion and extreme kindness. But there has never been a sexual connection. Should I continue and hope it gets better? Lust dwindles in most long-term relationships so should I just be happy with what I have? I worry that throwing away what we have for the sake of a rampant sex life is stupid.

Cathryn Parry writes contemporary romance from her home in Massachusetts. In her free time, she loves figure skating, planning as many vacations as possible and pursuing her genealogy hobby. Please visit her website at CathrynParry. Bestselling author and Rita finalist Emilie Rose has been writing for Harlequin since her first sale in A North Carolina native, Emilie has 4 sons and adopted mutt. Writing is her third and hopefully her last career. She has managed a medical office and run a home day care, neither of which offers half as much satisfaction as plotting happy endings.

“I don't know any men outside of work, and I don't want to invite someone from the firm.” “I'm dating the only handsome, successful, charming, wealthy guy I know  Deborah Fletcher Mello, ‎J.M. Jeffries, ‎Regina Hart - - ‎Fiction.

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